CDC data: Millennials experienced ‘a Vietnam War’ in 2nd half of 2021


‘Shocking’ spike in deaths coincides with vaccine mandates, booster shots

Art Moore
WND News Center

CDC data shows the Millennial generation suffered a “Vietnam War event,” with more than 61,000 excess deaths in that age group in the second half of 2021, according to an analysis by a former Wall Street executive who made a career of crunching numbers to make big-dollar investment decisions.

Edward Dowd
Edward Dowd

Edward Dowd, who was a portfolio manager for the multinational investment firm BlackRock, posted the results of an analysis he did with an insurance industry expert on the social media platform Gettr.

In an interview Thursday with Steve Bannon on “War Room,” he said that what they found was “shocking.”

The Millennials, about ages 25 to 40, experienced an 84% increase in excess mortality in the fall, he said, describing it as the “worst-ever excess mortality, I think, in history.”

It was the highest increase in excess deaths of any age group last year, seven times higher than the Silent Generation, those who are older than 85.

And the increase coincided with the vaccine mandates and the approval of the booster shots.

“Basically, Millennials experienced a Vietnam War in the second half of 2021,” Dowd said, noting 58,000 people died in the conflict.

He said the insurance expert with whom he worked is presenting the data to a financial group and will eventually reveal his identity. And a senior chief risk officer also has reached out to him, which he described as just the beginning.

“If you’re on Wall Street and you still think Pfizer and Moderna are good buys, I’ve got news for you: There’s some catalysts coming that are probably not going to be good for holding those stocks,” he said.

Dowd said he also had examined the Pfizer clinical trial data provided by whistleblower Brook Jackson, concluding it, and the fact that Pfizer has tried to hide it, point to “clinical fraud.”

He also posted tables on Gettr showing excess mortality for Gen X — about age 41 to 56 — since August 2021 was 101,000. The Baby Boomers saw 306,000 excess deaths during the same period, which Dowd described as a “World War II” event.See Dowd’s interview with “War Room.”

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Margaret
Margaret
3 months ago

In Clark County, deaths increased in August, 2021 concurrent with the mandates, and boosters were also promoted in the fall. Sadly, since August 2021, deaths among younger residents increased. The county no longer reports whether residents who passed away were partially or fully vaccinated, or got boosters.

This is the last report about partial, full, and booster vaccination among deaths reported from the CC COVID data page.
“From Jan. 17, 2021 to Jan. 20, 2022, there were 462 COVID-19 deaths in Clark County. Of those:

  • 352 were unvaccinated prior to death
  • 15 were partially vaccinated at the time of death
  • 91 were fully vaccinated at the time of death (but no booster)
  • 4 were fully vaccinated and had received a booster at the time of death”

*(May include suspect deaths)

Vaccination began in Clark County in mid December, 2020. Click the link for the chart of weekly death reports in Clark County.

Sylvia
Sylvia
3 months ago

Scientists have raised the potential issue of ADE, or VED, as one of the many adverse events post-vaccination. Instead of investigating it in more detail, these scientists were ‘cancelled’, denigrated, and categorized as anti-vaxxers and conspirationists. In fact, they are not anti-vaccines at all – they are merely sharing research data.
Their findings do not comply with the prevailing narrative; but that does not prove that their data is incorrect. Unlike blind faith or religion, science is based on empirical data and factual evidence.

Sean
Sean
1 month ago

My girlfriend just told me that a third coworker now has cancer. All millenials, all fully “vaccinated.” All of the diagnoses have been in the last 6 months. I find it curious that this article coincides with this.