Leading Cause of Death in 2020?

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Just 5 hours into 2021, and Op-Ed writer for Newsweek, Stefan Simanowitz, reported that COVID-19, due to its status as a global disaster, deserves an official world day of memorial. And hey, why not? What better way to kick off the not-so-subtle, sputtering start of the New World Order but with a new One World holiday?

According to the World Health Organization, “nearly” two million people died of COVID worldwide in 2020. Let’s ignore for a moment the fact that this alleged statistic is wrought with all sorts of motorcycle accidents, cancer deaths, old age, and pneumonia. Because, while the general public understands that there is a vast chasm of difference between dying OF COVID and dying WITH COVID, the World Health Organization clearly does not.  

But let’s give them the undeserved benefit of the doubt and say there truly were nearly 2 million legit deaths in 2020. Juxtapose that to GLOBOCAN’s stats, reporting 10 million cancer deaths in 2020. Yeah, but cancer already has a day of recognition—World Cancer Day, globally recognized every February 4th to, “raise awareness about cancer prevention, early detection, and treatment.”

Even more egregious, however, is the leading cause of death in 2020, which was not COVID, which was not cancer, but rather, abortion. Abortion claimed 42.7 million deaths, proving that socially distancing alone in your mother’s womb was a far more dangerous place to be in 2020 than amid a bunch of fellow oxygen inhaling human beings dining in a restaurant or singing in church.

Another fun fact, abortion was also the leading cause of death in 2019 at 42.3 million deaths; which means that despite heavy handed lockdowns, 4 million more women than last year, who weren’t allowed in a church, restaurant, gym, or hair salon in 2020, still managed to find their way inside an abortion clinic to conduct “essential” business.

Overlooking the 2020 abortion stats to shine a spotlight on COVID-19 would be the equivalent of erasing Babe Ruth’s 714 home runs from the annuls of history and taking his picture out of the Baseball Hall of Fame and replacing it with a snapshot of your nephew Billy holding up his third-place little league trophy.

So, my question is, since the CDC, and the WHO, and the politicians are SO CONCERNED about our health and preserving lives, what are they doing to preserve the lives of the unborn—a demographic of our society 21x more likely to die in 2021 in their mother’s womb than they are in a day care center full of unmasked children and day care employees?

Bianca Rodriguez, writing for Marie Claire magazine, thoroughly answers this question in her November 6, 2020 article, “Where Kamala Harris Stands on Abortion.” Firstly, Harris has gone on record stating she will codify Roe v. Wade. This means that even if legislation reaches the Supreme Court level, Roe v. Wade will be protected from ever being overturned.

Secondly, Harris wants to repeal the Hyde Amendment. The amendment blocks Medicaid funding for abortion services unless the woman’s continued pregnancy will put their life in danger, or if the baby is a product or rape or incest (which account for less than 0.5% of abortions). Harris tweeted in July of 2019, “The Hyde Amendment has punished low-income women and women of color for too long.

Thirdly, Harris co-sponsored the Women’s Health Protection Act. If this Act passes, states would have to receive pre-clearance from the federal government before implementing more abortion-based restrictions in their state and counties. In May of 2019, Harris tweeted, “As President, I will stop dangerous state laws restricting reproductive rights before they go into effect.” (This was when she was running as a presidential candidate, not as Biden’s running mate).

Fourthly, Harris grandstanded after the death of Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg stating, “There is no other issue that so disrespects and dishonors the work of Justice Ginsburg’s life than undoing the seminal decision in the court’s history that made it clear a woman has a right to make decisions about her own body.” (This was one of the many statements of protest made by Harris during the Amy Coney Barrett hearings).

Suffice it to say, if team Biden/Harris assume leadership of the United States of America, abortion death statistics will only rise as affordable “health care” and socialized medicine make abortion services readily available to the masses.

So, maybe instead of worrying about a global COVID-19 memorial day where, I don’t know, we all gather in Times Square once a year and wait for a fascist boot to drop at the stroke of midnight before kissing our significant other’s CO2-saturated surgical mask; maybe we should worry about figuring out how to not murder tens of millions of babies this year instead?

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