Annual Death Rates

The US jobs report for April 2020 brought sobering news: The country lost 20.6 million jobs resulting in an unemployment rate of 14.7%, a level not seen since the Depression in the 1930s. The number of jobs lost more than doubled the number seen in the 2007-2009 Recession, when 8.7 million Americans lost jobs. Before the pandemic, the United States marked a 50-year unemployment low in February, with just 3.5% of Americans unemployed. There were only 330,000 more deaths in 2020 than in 2019. What is the price Americans paid for this increase?

 

What Happened in 2020?

The annual death rate in 2020 increased only 10% (330,000) while the nation lost trillions of dollars in revenue. The numbers don’t add up. Even if the death rate would have doubled, the numbers just don’t compare to the devastation on the economy. In a survey in Sept. 2020, among lower-income adults, 46% say they have had trouble paying their bills and roughly one third (32%) say it was hard for them to make rent or mortgage payments.

The median US household income for 2019 was $68,703. If a person multiplies this average income by 20 million lost jobs, $137,406,000,000 income would be lost in one year. Only one-half of the 20 million unemployed people are employed again. Each of the 330,000 extra deaths for 2020 compared to 2019 figures out to have cost $416,000 per person. Who paid the price? Those who lost their car, home, retirement savings, business, etc. Each American paid the price in one way or another for this national drama. What’s the deal? Time will tell. Keep watching the alternative news to find out why this pandemic was staged. Analyze the statistics in the post Vaccination Adverse Reactions. Be wise and avoid this foolishness. Strengthen the immune system with good nutrition. Stay cleansed. Trust in YHVH!

“Trust in YHVH with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and He will make straight your paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6

US Annual Death Rate for Ten Years

  • 2011 2,515,458
  • 2012 2,543,279
  • 2013 2,596,993
  • 2014 2,626,418
  • 2015 2,712,630
  • 2016 2,744,248
  • 2017 2,813,503
  • 2018 2,839,205
  • 2019 2,854,838
  • 2020 3,187,086


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