Excess death data do not lie. They are not political. After the pandemic was announced in March of 2020, there was a brief spike in excess death in the United States, but only in states where the response to COVID-19 was most militaristic. Overall in 2020, rates of death in the United States were at historic norms. In 2021, though, rates of death in the United States rose to pandemic levels after two government actions: (1) mandates that the mRNA shots be taken as a condition of employment, continued service in the U.S. military, or continued study at any one of the vast majority of the United States’ public and private universities; and (2) enforcement through public-health-agency “guidance” and huge financial incentives of a hospital protocol that kills COVID-19 inpatients. The countermeasures were the pandemic.
Empty hospitals in 2020, “medical murder” in 2021
At Kaiser Permanente in Santa Rosa, California, critical care nurse Gail Macrae saw dwindling numbers of patients throughout 2020. “It was kind of surprising to me right off the bat. I didn’t really watch TV at home, and so when I go to the hospital and I was in my patients’ rooms, I would see the TV, and I would see the news. And I was right away very surprised by what I was seeing, because in March of 2020 when they decided to lockdown the communities in preparation throughout the whole of that several months, I witnessed the media saying that our hospitals were full of patients, and they were never full of patients.”
Kaiser Permanente confirms dwindling numbers of patients system-wide: “Hospital admissions and use of healthcare services dropped dramatically during the spring of 2020, leading to a sharp decline in revenue for hospitals, outpatient centers, and physicians…. Federal coronavirus relief funds and cost reductions allowed some but not all hospitals to remain profitable during the first three quarters of 2020.”
“As a matter of fact,” Macrae states, “from the onset of COVID, for the whole first year of this pandemic, not only was our hospital under capacity, I was getting canceled. So the position I worked in was per diem, so I could choose to schedule myself when I wanted to, and I could accept cancellation any time the hospital didn’t have enough patients to staff me. And since I was in graduate school, I went ahead and took those cuts. So that went through the whole first winter of 2020 and 2021.”
In March of 2021, however, Macrae’s hospital was overrun. “Within two weeks of the onset of the vaccination of our community with these experimental shots, my hospital filled to three times higher admissions than they’ve ever had since the hospital opened their doors. And that was reported to me by the administrators and management at my hospital. I went to work one day in June, and one of my direct managers looked at me and said that he’d been evaluating the records, and he had seen that we had had three times higher admissions.”
Concurrently, the number of “code blues” increased, indicating a patient had lost a pulse or stopped breathing. “They call code blues on the overhead com throughout the hospital. After the rollout of these shots I started noticing a massive increase in code blues. At our hospital they had opened up a COVID vaccination clinic on the lower level, and that is what I noticed in June, is that not only was there a drastic increase in code blues, but they were all being called down to the lower level. I went from hearing one code blue per shift before the COVID vaccine to between six and eight code blues per shift.”
Two of her colleagues suffered anaphylaxis from the shots.
Her greatest trauma, though, is not from the mRNA shots’ human fallout, but from what she did in critical care. Asked about the COVID-19 hospital protocol, Gail Macrae pauses. “I will never let it go….” (She shakes her head slowly as if to say “no.”) “I did that. I did the best I could. And I know that’s what people will say. I walked away. I walked away from it because I couldn’t do it.” She ultimately left the nursing profession. She co-founded StandFirmNow.org to gather notarized affidavits from similarly traumatized healthcare professionals. “I mean, honestly, talk about healing PTSD—that’s actually why I’m doing this because I feel that if people just come forward, practitioners, and put it into a legal document—that’s been extremely therapeutic to do that.”
She names what she did at Kaiser Permanente, Santa Rosa, “medical murder.” Pressed on whether she believes that’s the right term, she stands firm: “I absolutely do. I think it comes from the combination—it’s the remdesivir, it’s the isolation of the patient, it’s the weeks on end with no access to food and water. All these protocols—the fear mongering, the isolation, the toxic medications—I walked away feeling like I had participated in medical murder.”
Government data support the indictment
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) own excess death data corroborate Gail Macrae’s allegation. Denis Rancourt, a retired full professor of physics at the University of Ottawa with professional expertise in statistical analysis, looked carefully at the CDC’s excess death data. What he discovered is no excess death overall in 2020, but in 2021 “mass homicide by government response.” He states unambiguously, “The measures caused excess mortality.”
The death in 2021 was no respecter of age, striking all age groups similarly. That would not be so if the death was due to a virus that disproportionately affects the elderly. But the excess death was across the age spectrum.
Rancourt’s analysis of CDC data for 2020 was corroborated in fall of that year by the assistant program director of Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Economics master’s degree program, Genevieve Briand. In November of 2020, she found in the CDC data that SARS CoV-2 had not increased “the total number of deaths.” The virus had overall “no effect on death in the United States.”
Worldwide through 2021, Rancourt saw surges in excess death, jurisdiction by jurisdiction, state by state, country by country, where the excess death stopped at a political border. “If you study all that [excess death] data in great detail, you have to conclude that they are not behaving like a spreading viral respiratory disease and they cannot be assigned as being due to a spreading respiratory disease.”
In the CDC’s all-cause mortality data going back to 1918, Rancourt discovered that each of the CDC’s proclaimed pandemics, written about in the medical literature as having caused waves of excess death, was a fabrication. “None of the post-Second-World-War Centers-for-Disease-Control-and-Prevention promoted (CDC-promoted) viral respiratory disease pandemics can be detected in the all-cause mortality of any country. Unlike all other causes of death that are known to affect mortality, these so-called pandemics did not cause any detectable increase in mortality, anywhere.”
The only COVID-19 pandemic was the countermeasures.
End of part two. Part three to follow.
 See John Johnson and Denis Rancourt, “Lockdowns Did Not Save Lives.” Brownstone Institute, 6 Sept. 2022.
 On the 2021 spike in excess death in the United States, see Denis Rancourt, Marie Baudin, and Jeremie Mercier,
“Nature of the COVID-era public health disaster in the USA, from all-cause mortality and socio-geo-economic and climatic data.” ResearchGate, Oct. 2021.
On the murderousness of the COVID-19 hospital protocol, see, for example
Matt McGregor, “’Uninformed Consent’: 3 California Hospitals Face Lawsuits for Use of ‘Remdesivir Protocol’ Attorneys Allege Led to Wrongful Death.” Epoch Times, 11 Sept. 2022.
FormerFedsGroup. “Documented Cases.” COVID Humanity Betrayal Memory Project.
 Gail Macrae, “Former nurse describes COVID-19 protocols as ‘medical murder.’” Interview by Liz Collin. Liz Collin Reports, Alpha News, 18 April 2023. https://alphanews.org/former-nurse-describes-covid-19-protocols-as-medical-murder/
 Nancy Ochleng, Jeannie Fuglesten Biniek, MaryBeth Musumeci, and Tricia Neuman, “Funding for Health Care Providers During the Pandemic: An Update.” Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), 27 Jan. 2022.
 Gail Macrae, “Fired Grad School Nurse Exposes Deadly Hospital Protocols.” Interview by Stephanie Locrichio,
CHD.TV, 30 May 2023.
 Denis Rancourt, interviewd by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The Defender Podcast, 21 Jan. 2023.
 Brand’s findings are reported in Yanni Gu, “A closer look at U.S. deaths due to COVID-19,” The Johns Hopkins News-Letter, 27 Nov. 2020.
The article has since been retracted by Johns Hopkins University for “minimizing” the effect of the pandemic, but Brand’s bombshell findings are still available as a PDF through a hyperlink in the midst of Johns Hopkins’ lengthy disclaimer. See above link.
 Denis Rancourt, “There Was No Pandemic,” denisrancourt.ca, 22 June 2023.
Rancourt cites as empty propaganda the reported waves of excess death due to the Asian Flu (1957-1958), the Hong Kong Flu (1968), and the Swine Flu (2009). He cites as authentic experiences of mass excess death the Great Depression (1929-1939), the Dust Bowl (1930-1940), and the Second World War (1939-1945).
Matthew Becker, PhD from University of Southern California, taught writing at California State University, Dominguez Hills, for 23 years until the end of 2021 when he left academia due to his opposition to unethical practices regarding students and COVID-19 vaccines — his students were forced to take a vaccine they didn’t want or forge documents saying they did. Many he knows complied and were injured.