Dr. Mike Yeadon has taken to Twitter to criticize governments handling of the Coronavirus Pandemic. In the beginning hours of Halloween, the former chief scientist at Pfizer made the claim that excess deaths are not linked causatively to COVID19 deaths.
“Correlation isn’t causation but it’s strong evidence” Yeadon wrote in his opening Tweet, showing data from the early months of the pandemic. The graph shows the increase of COVID19 deaths from March to June aligning with the increase of excess deaths. “In recent weeks this has completely broken down,” he continued. This time he showed a graph from September and October, where there is no affiliation between the two at all.
“In formal terms, the data are not consistent with the hypothesis that covid19 deaths are the cause of any excess deaths.”
Dr. Yeadon continued his criticism of testing as we have covered before, stating that our measurements are wrong. PRC tests are fallible as are the processes in pillar 2 testing itself.
He also criticized the way data is collected at the hospital. His thread continued, pointing out that patients admitted for long stays in the hospital are obviously very sick.
“Those same long stay patients get tested REPEATEDLY. If they get a positive test & then die within 28 days, they are defined as a Covid19 death.
The critical think to know,” he continued, “is that even if the virus stops circulating, the misdiagnoses, the ‘false positives’ continue.”
Dr. Yeadon continued his call for transparency and demanding publicized information on false positive rates and clarity surrounding PCR testing. He reiterated his previous claim that he “estimated that a false positive rate of just under 1% was sufficient to mean that essentially ALL the so-called positive tests, the “cases”, were MISDIAGNOSES. They didn’t have the virus.”
In another tweet pinned to his profile, he states profoundly:
“There are in & around our government many guilty men.”
You can read the full thread below.
In U.K. in spring there was an v strong relationship between covid19 deaths & excess deaths. Correlation isn’t causation but it’s strong evidence - in spring - that the one is responsible for the other. In formal terms it’s consistent with that hypothesis. We’d expect it, too. pic.twitter.com/6WW8MBB4ku— Yardley Yeadon (@MichaelYeadon3) October 31, 2020