Records show the total cost of U.S. health care in 2020 was $4.1 trillion, equivalent to 20 percent of the nation's gross domestic product (GDP). It meant the Biden administration spent $12,500 per person for the year. With such huge expenditures, Americans should be the healthiest people in the world.
Instead, the U.S. posted the highest number of COVID-19 cases with a runaway total of 81.6 million, as well as deaths being the only nation to breach one million (1,003,467). These victims are more than the population of Alaska (724, 537) and Delaware (990,334). (Related: HHS ends mandate requiring hospitals to report daily covid deaths to government.)
Since the current U.S. population is 334.6 million, this means that 1 out of 4 (24.4 percent) Americans have tested positive, with thousands more unreported.
India, with its 1.4 billion population, was a distant second in COVID-19 cases with 43 million and third in deaths (521, 066) behind the U.S. and Brazil (658,926), the third placer in cases with nearly 30 million.
Ardis, an experienced medical professional and chiropractor, and Yoho, a cosmetic surgeon and emergency room physician, couldn't help but feel dismayed and betrayed.
"How is it possible that the United States spends more money on health care than any other country in the whole world? How is it possible that the United States of America has twice as many cases of COVID than the next highest country, which is India. And how is it possible that the United States of America has over 400,000 more COVID-19 dead citizens than any other country in the entire world from the pandemic," Ardis said.
The truth is, Ardis stressed: "America has sucked the most at protecting its citizens from a supposedly viral pandemic."
Yoho, author of the book "Butchered by Healthcare," noted that while the U.S. failed to gain headway despite spending 20 percent of the GDP, other First World countries like Australia and the United Kingdom got by with just 10 percent of their GDP used up.
City-state Singapore, in fact, spent only four percent of its GDP on health care and yet fared better than the U.S. in both numbers of cases (1.07 million or 18 percent) and deaths (1,250 or a minuscule 0.21 percent) population-wise.
But, what causes the deterioration of U.S. health care?
It's because "half of these services are useless or damaging, And there are papers written about that all the time. Now the medical industry is a mess. And they influence (health) care in many ways," said Yoho, who cited the pharmaceutical industry as "the most criminal industry in history as measured by their criminal settlements with U.S. federal prosecutors. Their total settlements is about $80 billion."
And Pfizer leads the way, paying a record $2.3 billion settlement in 2009, including a $1.195 billion fine, the largest criminal fine for any matter. Johnson &Johnson and GlaxoSmithKline, Yoho noted, also paid individual settlements of over $2 billion each.
Both believe Dr. Anthony Fauci is to blame.
Fauci, of course, is President Joe Biden's chief medical advisor and the man responsible for the billions of vaccinations imposed upon mankind.
Yoho said under Fauci's watch, "companies have basically gone wild for 20 years and they've been allowed to do about whatever the heck they want. And the last two years, it's their old strategies writ large."
All along, the Food and Drug Administration and Big Pharma have connived in faking drug patent studies, using mathematical manipulation and corrupting the research subcontractors, Yoho alleged.
According to Yoho, the "medical literature was entirely corrupted and our medical journals were entirely prostitutes," with editors being paid hundreds of thousands of dollars each year by the medical industry and corporate ghostwriters writing 95 percent of the articles even in the big journals.
As proof, Yoho cited "an entirely fraudulent study on hydroxychloroquine that was published in Lancet. And it was so stupid that they had to withdraw it within a couple of weeks."
Also taken into account was the comprehensive information coming out of the military database about a spike in serious medical ailments after mandatory vaccination and the Pfizer documents that are being released showing over a thousand possible adverse effects of the mRNA vaccines.
And yet, the FDA continues to grant emergency use authorization permits while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approves more rounds of vaccine shots.
Then comes Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Bercerra appearing before Congress and asking for more funding for COVID-19 response. Bercerra even had the gall to claim the department is turning a corner on COVID-19 with omicron, but needs money to fund medicines, vaccines and testing, noted Ardis.
Taking the cue from Fauci, Bercerra wants to be rewarded for putting healthcare in a pitiful, lamentable state – decaying, stinking, rotten to its roots.
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