No doubt there appears to be an effort to cook the COVID-19 books.
First, 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%.
Now, FOX 35 in Orlando discovers person who died in a motorcycle accident was added to Florida’s COVID-19 death count.
FOX 35 News found this out after asking Orange County Health Officer Dr. Raul Pino whether two coronavirus victims who were in their 20s had any underlying conditions. One of his answers surprised us.
“The first one didn’t have any. He died in a motorcycle accident,” Pino said.
Dr. Pino was asked if the man’s data was removed.
“I don’t think so. I have to double-check,” Pino said. “We were arguing, discussing, or trying to argue with the state. Not because of the numbers -- it’s 100…it doesn’t make any difference if it's 99 -- but the fact that the individual didn’t die from COVID-19…died in the crash. But you could actually argue that it could have been the COVID-19 that caused him to crash. I don’t know the conclusion of that one.”
There are still two people in their 20s on Orange County’s data list for coronavirus deaths.
How many other government agencies are doing this?