As we’ve documented previously, there appears to be a concerted effort by some government agencies to cook the books on COVID-19 numbers in order to maximize the death toll.
Last week, the San Antonio Health Department was caught reporting “probable” cases for people never actually tested, as “confirmed' positive cases."
Then, several sites in Florida were reporting 100% positive rates, but turns out it was actually less than 20%.
Then, Fox 35 in Orlando discovered a person who died in a motorcycle accident was added to Florida’s COVID-19 death count.
Now, WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach discovers several more deaths incorrectly attributed to COVID-19.
A 60-year-old man who died from a gun shot wound to the head.
A 90-year-old man who fell and died from complications of a hip fracture.
A 77-year-old woman who died of Parkinson's disease.
These are some of the deaths in Palm Beach County recently, and incorrectly, attributed to COVID-19 in medical examiner records.
The CBS12 News I-Team uncovered several examples in Medical Examiner reports of people counted as a COVID death who did not die of COVID....
...The I-Team found eight cases in which a person was counted as a COVID death, but did not have COVID listed as a cause of contributing cause of death.”
The question is how many government agencies across the country are tinkering with the COVID-19 stats? Bet the examples above aren't isolated incidents.