Want the World? Keep it Sick.

Understanding the Motives of a Broken System

“…the American Hospital Association (AHA) urges the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to use its authority to extend to LTCHs the existing 20% hospital add-on payment for Medicare beneficiaries diagnosed with COVID-19. Specifically, in recognition of the increased costs of treating COVID-19 patients, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act provided for a 20% add-on to the diagnosis-related group (DRG) rate for Medicare beneficiaries with COVID-19 treated in inpatient prospective payment system (PPS) hospitals.”

Ok, so essentially I’m seeing an extra 20% grant for hospitals on top of the existing rate for patients who test positive for COVID-19. The idea is that this is supposed to offset the increased costs of treating COVID-19.

Treatments that Contradict the Narrative

Here is the logic:

The Dodge & Cox holdings are mentioned in this disclosure form, logged with the US Office of Government Ethics in May 2019.

Each of three family funds list a holding in the Dodge & Cox International Stocks Fund, valued between $1,000 and $15,000.

The funds are managed by JP Morgan without any input from Trump.

According to a prospectus dated December 2019, the Dodge & Cox fund in question has Sanofi as its largest holding at 2.9%.

If all three Dodge & Cox holdings are worth the full $15,000 — $45,000 in total — then a 2.9% share of that is $1,305.

  • The CARES act is designed in a way that allows hospitals to exploit it by diagnosing as many symptomatic patients with COVID-19 as they can find reason to.
  • Treatments that radically mitigate symptoms are being suppressed by the mainstream media and the head scientist in charge of advising the US government. He also happens to be an advisor to the initiative attempting to vaccinate billions of people; even those outside of the country for which he is advising.



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