Top Insurance Analyst Finds 7% Increase In Aggregate Mortality for Each Covid Vax Dose Received

"If you're over the age of 50, and you took all 5 doses, that'd be a 35% increase," says insurance researcher Josh Stirling.

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A top insurance research analyst has found a 7% aggregate mortality increase for each COVID vaccine dose received, meaning a “fully vaccinated” individual who took 5 doses increased their risk of death by 35%.

Josh Stirling joined the “American Thought Leaders” podcast last week to break down alarming mortality data from the CDC and from within the insurance sector itself.

“We pulled together an analysis that uses CDC data from the United States that compares the vaccination status, ranked by the number of doses across regions in the U.S., and compares that to the amount of increase or decrease in mortality this year versus last,” Stirling told host Jan Jekielek.

Stirling, the founder of Insurance Collaboration to Save Lives, explained that if vaccines actually reduced all-cause mortality, then the data from “highly vaccinated” states would show “lower levels of mortality” in those areas.

Instead, data is showing the opposite.

“Instead, when we did that analysis…what you end up seeing is the line you created, the regression, goes up and to the right. Which is to say that the more doses on average you have in a region in the U.S., the bigger increase in mortality that region has had in 2022 when compared to 2021,” Stirling noted.

“And so that is an aggregate statistical tool that largely — it exactly confirms the conclusion out of the UK data. It’s a different way of doing it, it’s a totally different data set, but ultimately it leads to a very similar mathematical conclusion.”

“Which is a really unfortunate one, because obviously, hundreds of millions of us personally or our friends and family and all of society have to now deal with these consequences of, ‘what are the long-term health consequences related to these?’” he added.

Stirling then explained how each dose of the COVID shot compounds aggregate mortality risk by 7%.

“If you’re over the age of 50, and you took all 5 doses, that’d be a 35% increase,” he said.

Stirling last month had also noted that overall, all-cause mortality in the U.S. rose in 2022 from 2021 by about 15%.

Scott Davison, CEO of Indianapolis-based insurance company OneAmerica claimed a year ago that his company’s data found the death rate for 18-64 year olds has skyrocketed by 40% over pre-pandemic levels.

“We are seeing, right now, the highest death rates we have seen in the history of this business – not just at OneAmerica,” said Davison.

Higher-than-normal excess mortality has prompted media outlets to run cover for the COVID shots, claiming “stroke season” and climate change-induced heart attacks are causing higher death rates.

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