Did The POTUS Admit The Coronavirus Case Numbers Are Unreliable?

By Dr. John Reizer

I was watching the POTUS today (April 15, 2020) after returning home from work and was absolutely shocked to hear him openly question the coronavirus case numbers being reported worldwide. I don’t sit around watching the mainstream news that often, so I am not sure if this is the first time Mr. Trump has questioned the case numbers in public. But what I heard the POTUS say tonight had to be upsetting to the architects of the fake pandemic.

The POTUS told members of the press and the American public that he had questions about the accuracy of the case numbers being reported from some of the countries around the world.

Here’s the transcript from the president’s press briefing:

Well, you don’t know what you have. Do you think you’re getting honest numbers from some of these countries? Do you really believe those numbers in this vast country called China, and that they have a certain number of cases and a certain number of that? Does anybody really believe that? Here’s a story, we report everything, we’re reporting the cases and our reporting is good. We’re reporting every death. In fact, I see this morning where New York added 3000 deaths, because they died and they’re now saying rather than it was a heart attack, they’re saying it was a heart attack caused by this. So they’re ready. If you look at it, that’s it.”

Wow! Did the POTUS tell the American people that a lot of the coronavirus case numbers are misleading and that the state of New York added an additional 3,000 deaths to the coronavirus fatality list that had really died from heart disease?

I have been writing for a while now that the case numbers associated with this fake pandemic are not accurate. What President Trump said today about New York changing 3,000 deaths from heart disease to 3,000 coronavirus deaths is precisely what’s been happening all along. The statistical reporting of case numbers and deaths coming from the coronavirus is misleading and being falsified.

I don’t know if Mr. Trump meant for the comment about New York State to come out the way it did. Still, the president told the American people exactly what’s happening concerning the statistical reporting of deaths related to the pandemic. Many people are dying from other things that are not attached to the coronavirus and are being incorrectly added to the wrong statistical pool to pad the numbers.

My take on everything transpiring is that the POTUS is ready to end this thing very soon. He has Dr. Fauci behind the scenes mostly, and when he does come out, he’s not getting too much mic time.

Also, Mr. Trump has decided to defund the WHO. He hasn’t come out and said that they’re the masterminds behind a fake pandemic, but he’s cutting them off financially speaking. The POTUS has stated for the record that the organization has provided the US with lousy guidance and information. But is Mr. Trump just saying this because it’s the best way to neutralize the WHO without actually saying the obvious; they’re the architects behind the fakery taking place?

I think the POTUS is working on a US exit strategy that will get the country back to work as fast as possible while attempting to maintain the credibility of the medical profession and its handler, big pharma.

Things are really beginning to get interesting. Stay tuned…