America may be fighting against massive voter fraud, but the whole world is up against a greater hoax – COVID-19. For most of the year, the world has been scared senseless and coerced to wear a mask, even though there is no scientific merit in doing so. For how long will the American people see it for what it is – an instrument of control, a tool to keep people in line? In this episode, Joseph Farley lays down the evidence that prove that the official COVID-19 narrative is nothing but a lie that is being used by the Luciferian Left to get into our minds. This information comes straight out of the John Hopkins University website. The information has since been deleted, but Gateway Pundit was able to get enough details to write a tremendous article that gives us clues to begin our search with. Join in and help spread the message of truth to the blindsided world!
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Proof – COVID-19 Narrative Destroyed
How Will The Luciferian Left Recover From This?
We have a great show for you. As I was putting together my notes, I came across something that I had to release. This is a bombshell report. Bombshell is overused a lot and I make fun of other people saying bombshell report, but this really is. You’re going to want to send this video to all your friends, families and skeptics about COVID-19. We want this report to be fair and balanced. I’ll keep my comments to themselves and get right into the story and then you can make your own decision. You’re intelligent. You’ll be able to see through the different lines.
A Fraud From The Beginning
Here’s the important part about the video. John Hopkins released a report and then it did not fit with the narrative of the deep state. This is an article coming out of The Gateway Pundit. When I read the article, I clicked on some links, wind a little bit further back into the outside of the article, and found the video. The John Hopkins study mysteriously disappears after it revealed, in spite of COVID, no more deaths in 2020 than in prior years. Is the government lying to us again? Were all the numbers made up again?
What’s the deal with 2020 about fraudulent numbers coming out? We have massive voter fraud and the media says, “Show the proof. Here’s the fraud. Besides that, show the proof. How about there are more votes than there are people in the district to vote? Besides that, what else have you got?” The left media has done a great job as being the perfect subversive activity against America. These guys need to be prosecuted for what they’ve done in the media. Free speech should be telling the truth and not fabricating stories.
Making up blind wild stories and not looking at any of the evidence but the voting issue is going to take care of itself. This is a bigger issue because this whole COVID-19 is a cover for the elections. Now you see, it’s a cover for the mail-in ballots. It all begins to make sense of what happened. We also told you early on about Wuhan and about some democratic operatives that are going to get caught with their hand in the cookie jar that China and other countries got together to release this bioweapon in the United States. Let’s get right to the story because it’s great stuff and you need to know it so you can share it with your friends and your family about this COVID-19.
Here’s a story from The Gateway Pundit, “John Hopkins Study Mysteriously Disappears After it Revealed, In Spite of COVID, No More Deaths in 2020 Than In Prior Years.” November 27th, 2020 at 1:10 PM. There is a picture of North America with the United States in almost all red and several other countries. South America with little pockets of red and the text goes on to say, “Johns Hopkins University keeps a tracker of COVID cases around the world and the US. This site is used to scare people into staying in their homes and shut off from the real world. When a study from Johns Hopkins comes out, showing no increase in deaths in 2020 related to prior years, the study has to be taken down.”
Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve told you this has been a fraud. It was a fraud when it started, it’s still a fraud and we’re still exposing it. In fairness to everyone, the first fifteen days, we took the “wait and see you” approach because we weren’t sure what this is. All of a sudden, when they wanted to go again, it was like, “You fooled me once, I’m not going to do it twice.” Back to the texts, “The Gateway Pundit reported back in August 2020 that according to the CDC only 6% of all deaths labeled as COVID deaths are solely related to the virus. The remaining deaths have an average, at least 2 to 3 comorbidities present.”
That means that they have other diseases in their history. They’re old, fat, and diabetic, over 80 years old and all types of other issues where their immune system could be lowered. In this report, there is a story that we will go to after we read this one that says, “SHOCK REPORT: This Week CDC Quietly Updated Covid-19 Numbers – Only 9,210 Americans Died From Covid-19 Alone – Rest Had Different Other Serious Illnesses.” This was an article that The Gateway Pundit had run when this thing first started. Moving right along into the article, “Our report on the actual COVID numbers went viral and was even retweeted by President Trump.” A study was published by John Hopkins claiming that COVID-19 has relatively no effect on the deaths in the US. Unfortunately, shortly after being published, the report was deleted from the web.
However, the report was retrieved using the Way-Back machine and this is in part, what was reported. “Genevieve Briand, Assistant Program Director of the Applied Economics Master’s degree program at John Hopkins University, critically analyzed the impact that COVID-19 had on US deaths. According to her, the impact of COVID-19 on deaths in the United States can be fully understood by comparing it to the number of total deaths in the country. According to the study, in contrast to most people’s assumptions, the number of deaths by COVID-19 is not alarming. In fact, it has relatively no effect on deaths in the United States.” The report says, “After retrieving data on the CDC websites, Briand compiled a graph representing percentages of total deaths per age category from early February to early September 2020 which includes a period from before COVID-19 was detected in the US to after infection rates soared.”
Ladies and gentlemen, you are reading the smoking gun. “Surprisingly, the deaths of older people stayed the same before and after COVID-19. Since COVID-19 mainly affected the elderly, experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths in older age groups. However, this increase is not seen in the CDC data. In fact, the percentage of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same.” The guys that have lost their business, this should send you into orbit. Literally, the whole thing was a fraud from the beginning. This was to affect Donald Trump getting re-elected.
If you go back and read the older blogs, you’ll know we talked about that. The chart says “Percentage of Total Deaths Per Age Category.” We then have ages “From Week 1 ending February 1, 2020 to Week 32 Ending September 5, 2020.” We then have another scale, “Total Deaths Per Week.” “When Briand looked at the 2020 data during that seasonal period, COVID-19-related deaths exceeded deaths from heart disease. This was highly unusual since heart disease has always prevailed as the leading cause of death. However, when taking a closer look at the death numbers, she noted something strange. As Briand compared the numbers of deaths per cause during that period in 2020 to 2018, she noticed that instead of the expected drastic increase across all cases, there was a significant decrease in deaths due to heart disease. Even more surprising, as seen in the graph, this sudden decline in deaths is observed for all other causes.”
“Dr. Slams #JohnHopkins for censoring own #COVID study that finds no increase in deaths #ShowUsTheData. It says, “We’ve been reporting on this for months. The American public is not being given all the facts.” Joe, I believe you’re right. We are not being given all the facts. Let’s click on this little link and see what this Twitter feed says. It takes us over to a blog that Trevor Fitzgibbon has. The headline is, “Dr. Slams John Hopkins For Censoring Own #COVID Study That Finds No Increase In Deaths. Washington, DC, November 27, 2020 – A new scientific study from researchers at John Hopkins University that contradicts the generally accepted narrative regarding #COVID19 was pulled from the school’s website. An archive linked to the study is here and the original video presentation is here. Tony’s Virus is what it’s called. Let’s get ahold of this video.
Understanding “COVID-19 Deaths” By The Numbers
“Welcome, everyone, to our webinar entitled “COVID-19 Deaths: A Look At US Data.” I am Tasha Overpeck, the event planner at the Advanced Academic Programs within the school of Krieger Arts And Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. I will be moderating a webinar with our own Genevieve Briand. Genevieve Briand is the Assistant Director for the MS and Applied Economics Program. She has taught for the Applied Economics Program since Summer 2015 and teaches Microeconomic Theory, Statistics and Econometrics.
She has many years of experience teaching numerous and varied economic and statistic courses. Her fields of interest are microeconomics and econometrics. Previously, she was an Instructor at the University of Idaho, an adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics at Washington State University and a tenured associate professor at Eastern Washington University. She received her PhD from Washington State University. With that, I’ll go ahead and give it over to you. Thank you.”
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“Thank you, Tasha. Today is November 11th, 2020. I’d like to start by thanking all servicemen and women, veterans and their families. Please call me Genevieve. We’ll be looking at very simple statistics and assess the effect of COVID-19 on US death using data from the Centers for Disease Control And Prevention or CDC. Before we look at any dataset, I will show you where I have found it on the CDC website so you’ll be able to go back to it later if you’d like. This is a work in progress. I wanted to get the conversation going rather.
As I go through the presentation, Tasha will help me with a survey or poll questions. Throughout the presentation, I might invite you to think about a result. We will be looking at graphs. I’d like you to do that so you can keep being engaged in the conversation and we’ll do Q&A at the end of the presentation. Specifically, we’ll be looking at data on weekly death. All deaths per age group and on weekly deaths per cause of deaths. Why are we not just looking at COVID deaths? It’s because we cannot possibly assess the effect or the toll of COVID on deaths in the United States by looking only at COVID-19 deaths.
Another way to say this would be we are all familiar with US COVID-19 death numbers but not necessarily with US old death numbers. How can we say COVID death numbers are concerning if we don’t compare them to total death numbers, the numbers that we should expect every year? We’re starting with that. We are all familiar with COVID-19 death numbers so we want to check on that. Specifically, we would be looking at numbers from mid-March to September 19, 2020. What do you think the numbers are? How many COVID-19 deaths have we experienced in that time period which is over six months? It’s 1,500 to 2,500, 15,000 to 25,000, 150,000 to 250,000 or 1.5 to 2.5 million. Eighty percent of the attendees have answered the question. Does everybody see the answer to the poll, Tasha?
Yes, they can.
The majority of people have chosen 150,000 to 250,000 which is the correct choice. According to the CDC, we had experienced 198,385 COVID-19 deaths during that time period. Now, we’re looking at the total death number. In the previous question, although the majority of you guessed that we had between 150 to 250,000 COVID-19 deaths, we still had a 7% who thought we had 1.5 to 2.5 million and 14% who thought we had 15,000 to 25,000. Nobody chose the first group which is reassuring. The majority of people again guessed the correct number. I am surprised that 24% of the survey chose 150,000 to 250,000 which is interesting since we pointed out that those were the numbers for COVID-19 deaths.
It’s important to note that COVID-19 death numbers represent only a fraction of US death number and the result of that survey show that it is important to point that out. At the same time period, we had 1.7 million total deaths and 200,000 COVID-19 deaths which means we had 1.5 million other deaths due to other causes. It’s important to put those COVID-19 numbers into perspective. I don’t believe we’ve done that much so that’s what we are doing here. It’s important for the family and friends of the 1.5 million individuals who passed away over that time period.
By concentrating only on COVID-19, we seem to have forgotten about all the other individuals who passed away. Every individual is unique, every individual has something to offer and every individual’s life is important. We’re going to go to our next slide and look at those data that we set out to look at. To get there, we go to the CDC website, CDC.gov. We go to Learn More About COVID-19. We select the Cases and Data tab. On the menu item list, it said COVID View Weekly. That’s a link that takes us to a page. On the page, we scroll all the way down to that page to the link Provisional Death Counts For COVID-19.
I know we said we don’t want to look only at COVID-19 deaths number but that’s where we’re all going to find all death counts for age group as well. On the next page, we select Weekly Updates by Select Demographic and Geographic Characteristics. On that page, we scroll down all the way to a table. I believe we’re all familiar with this table as well. With a peak of COVID-19 deaths numbers from the week ending April 11th to April 25th, 2020. The count of death due to COVID-19 went up and now they’re going down.
This website was consulted on October 15th, 2020. If you go to this page, it might look slightly different. This is the first page of these tables. At the bottom, where it is in pink. It says 1 of 3 pages. We’re going to go to the second page to find the data that we are looking for. On the second page, what I’ve done is I selected each row of that table and then copied and pasted it in my spreadsheet. It is easier for us to check on what we’re doing and you can choose a different spreadsheet to the one I’m using.
Once I’ve done loaded those data then I made this graph. I used Excel but you can use other software. This is a 100% stacked column graph using the data. I would load it where we found the data. What does this graph show? It shows the percentages that each age group contributes to the death numbers will be. Each bar represents a week worth of death. It’s 100% deaths for each bar. The upper section of it is night blue. That’s the percentage of the total from COVID-19 death of 85-year-olds and older. Below that, it’s in orange. It’s the percentage of the total deaths that week from individuals who were aged between 75 and 84 years old and so on.
Now that we know what each column represents, what do you notice about these graphs? What do you notice about the curve pattern? We have 32 weeks of data from Week 1 ending February 1st to Week 32 Ending September 5, 2020. It’s a different time period than the number of deaths for our polls. That’s good because we have weeks of pre-COVID-19. We didn’t have information on COVID-19 in February yet. Some of those weeks are pre-COVID-19 so anything striking about the pattern of the total death across age groups to you. What’s surprising to me whether the blue chunks presenting the deaths of older people, they’re the same length throughout.
It’s the same thing for the other age group which means the percentage of older people who passed away every week as a percentage of total people who passed away doesn’t change over the weeks shown here. That’s surprising to me because we’ve been told that COVID-19 was taking a toll specifically on older people. I would have expected that percentage to go up during the weeks of peak COVID-19 death which are Week 11 through 13 and we don’t have that. The size of those chunks of this column in a different color is the same throughout weeks. That’s one thing that’s puzzling to me. What else is important about this graph and the numbers outlined here? What is worth emphasizing?
Every week, individuals of all age groups pass away. There are 530 individuals, fourteen years and younger, pass away every week in the United State during that time period. An average of over 60,000 individuals died per week in the United States. We can say that 50,000 to 70,000 deaths per week in the United States is normal. It is to be expected. We don’t like to say that it’s normal but it is. The good news is every week, a much higher number of older individuals pass away than the number of younger individuals who pass away. That is good news.
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Which age group are you in? Look for those age groups and figure out which one you are in. Look at the death number per week and see how many individuals in your age group pass away every week. Could you answer our next poll? This is important to put COVID 19 deaths in perspective and look at total death numbers per age group. Thank you for your participation. The category with the highest number of participants is 35 to 44 and we have 35 and 34. You are considering yourself young. I’m not young anymore but still, 1,963 deaths per week over that time period.
Two thousand people aged 35 to 44 in the United States die every week. Next is we go to Data.CDC.gov. We find our data sets in the search window by typing Weekly Counts of Death By State and Select Causes. We find two data set from 2014 to 2018 and 2019 to 2020. I select each one, one at a time. I select 2019 to 2021, I select the Export tab under arrow number one and then I downloaded it in CSV for Excel format. That’s arrow number two. When I do that, arrow number three shows that these automatically get downloaded on my PC. That’s how I did that.
I merged both sets so we have data from 2014 to 2020 and this is the graph I made in Excel with that. I plotted the weekly counts of death for the United States for the Select Causes listed in those data sets. This is for the period week ending January 11, 2014 to September 26, 2020. The blue line is the Total Weekly Deaths for All Causes and the different causes that were included in the data set. If we look at the Total Weekly Deaths which were consistent with the data we saw. We have around 45,000 to 80,000 deaths per week in the United States over that time period.
We do see a spike of death in 2020 which corresponds to COVID-19 death’s peak. So far so good and that it makes sense. The 2020 spike is higher than in 2018 by 11,292 death. What else do you see on this graph, noticeable to you or surprising? What I see is death highs and lows seem to be seasonal. They are occurring at the same time intervals over the page shown here. We see those seasonal highs and low strikingly with other death occur but we see those for deaths caused by all those different causes that have a graph below the blue line. We don’t see much for the yellowish line which is malignant neoplasms, that’s cancers.
We still see those little spikes for the disease of the heart. If we look closely, we see this reddish line below that which is in the last stack of lines. That’s for chronic lower respiratory disease. The dark blue which is the lower stack of lines is for influenza and pneumonia. We’re going to zoom in on those but we see these seasonal highs and lows. What else do we see? I plotted it on the blue line of all deaths or cause video trend. We’re looking at trends. We have 908 deaths increase per year according to that trend.
It’s a simple linear regression with the death count, all deaths as your dependent variable and the explanatory variable which is time trend. That’s interesting too because this is a very simple data analysis but if any of you would like to expand on that, you would need to figure out potentially why do we have an upward trend in death. It’s maybe because our population is aging or increasing. The more people, the more death.
We have the same graphics. We are looking at the 2018 peak. If we do get this one, we already see this peak of true death in 2018 correspond to a peak of death due to disease of the heart, chronic lower respiratory disease, influenza and pneumonia. Now you don’t see the upper line anymore. The old death line is gone. We can see the lines for each other cause of death better. Here, you can distinctively see. I left the pink rectangle there at the same time period that we had earlier.
We are interested in looking at zooming in on the time period where we observed a peak in total deaths. This peak in total death corresponds to a peak in a disease of the heart, chronic lower respiratory disease, influenza and pneumonia. We have an increase in total death because death increased from many causes. We’ve got right off the line for heart attack and cancer. We have only the lower lines. When we zoom in on those lower lines, we see a little bump. It’s an increase in all the causes.
The total death increase corresponds to an increase in deaths due to all causes. This is important if you take your eyes off that pink rectangle and look to the left and the right. You can see this is true every year. Every year in the US, when we observe the seasonal ups and downs that we pointed out, we have those. Each time we have those, we have an increase in death due to all other causes which makes sense. Let’s look at 2020. Do we have the same thing?
What do you see over here? I had taken the COVID-19 death line out on the other side so you could see better. Those lines look weird to me. The 2020 lines are smooth where all the others are lumpy. Something is going on here, I don’t know what. If you have any ideas, please send me an email. I will give you my email address at the end of the presentation. What else do we notice though? It looks like the peak of COVID death is higher than the peak of a heart attack. What’s your reaction to that? Heart attacks are the leading cause of death in the United States. It’s a green line below all colors line.
We see COVID numbers above heart attack numbers from the week ending April 11 to May 2. What’s going on? We’re zooming, we got rid of our blue line of the true death count. We want to look at all those causes. I got rid of the COVID-19 line to see better what’s going on. The first thing we see is when we compare the peak of heart attack numbers in 2020 to the number of deaths due to heart attack in 2018. During our two-period where we observe the peaks of total death, we see less death due to heart disease in 2020 than they were in 2018 by 367.
It doesn’t make sense because every total death peak corresponds to a peak in all causes of death. We have more deaths from all the different causes and that brings up the total death number. Our death number increased in 2020 and we have fewer heart attacks in 2018. Where have all the heart attacks gone and it’s doing it again. What do we see for all the other cause besides the two main causes which is a heart attack, heart disease and cancer? What do you see?
Let me know if I’m looking at this wrong. I seem to see that within that peak rectangle, I kept them on the same time period where we observe those total deaths peak from all causes. My eyesight is not what it used to be. I seem to see a decrease in all the other causes. Is that right? 2017 to 2018 corresponding to the spike of total death with corresponding spikes in all causes of death. In 2020 corresponding to the total death spike, we not only have the lower than expected increase in heart attack but also a decrease in all other causes of death.
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Where The Numbers Are Coming From
How can that be? Here’s the data we are looking at that was plotted. We’re looking at the week ending April 11 through the week ending April 25, 2020. Those are the three weeks where we had the highest number of COVID-19 deaths. For those three weeks, the records show COVID-19 death numbers to be higher than the heart attack death numbers. The last color is purple pinkish. That’s for COVID-19 and heart disease. Those numbers are the number of deaths from COVID-19 above deaths from heart disease for each of those weeks.
For the week ending April 11, 2020, there are 486 more COVID deaths than heart disease deaths. For the week ending April 18, 2020, that shows 2,561 more COVID deaths than heart attack deaths. For the week ending April 25, 2020, the data show 1,651 more deaths from COVID and heart disease. The number above that in the blue cells are the change in the number of deaths for each cause over the previous week. Let’s look at the middle column. Week ending April 18, 2020 and then the first row is heart disease. We have minus 1,190. What that number means is on our records, we have 1,190 fewer deaths due to heart disease that week compared to the previous week.
If I stay within that column at the week ending April 18, 2020, if I add up all those negative numbers, I get the numbers before the last row in the gray cells, the decrease in the number of this due to different causes that week compared to the previous week. The data say we had a decrease of 2,540 deaths due to heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory illness, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, pneumonia, all other respiratory condition and septicemia. The total decrease from all those causes of 2,540 and compare that to the number of COVID-19 death reported above heart disease death number of 2,561.
Don’t shoot the messenger. I didn’t make up those numbers. Please have a look at them and tell me what you think. Let’s recap. We looked at numbers to put things in perspective and pointed out that from mid-March to mid-September 2020, the US recorded 200,000 COVID deaths compared to the total number of 5.7 million deaths. The CDC on account of this pandemic, the death of children has been less in each of the last five flu seasons. We didn’t mention that earlier but I thought it was important to emphasize this here.
We did look at all death per age group and found that there has been no change in the ratio of each age groups’ death numbers over total death numbers. The words, no change in the percentage each age group contributes to total deaths. We looked at the numbers and know that 60,000 death per week in the US is normal. It’s equivalent to 3.1 million per year or 8,500 per day. That’s normal. We look also at weekly death per cause of deaths and found that although heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, the number of deaths due to heart disease during the 2020 high of total deaths was reported to be less than the number of heart disease deaths during the high of total death in 2018. Also, for 3 of the 4 weeks where COVID-19 death was reported has been higher than heart disease deaths.
The number of deaths due to heart disease, influenza and pneumonia, chronic lower respiratory disease and more, decreased compared to the previous week. All these points to no evidence that COVID-19 create any excess deaths. The total death number is not above normal death numbers. We found no evidence to the contrary. All these points to the reason we have a higher number of reported COVID-19 death among older individuals than younger individuals are simply that every day in the US, older individuals that in higher numbers than younger individuals. That’s a good thing. The data don’t show older individuals are dying in a higher proportion to total deaths than usual.
We also found evidence that COVID-19 death numbers were misleading. We found evidence that some deaths caused by disease of the heart, chronic lower respiratory disease, influenza and pneumonia and more were simply reclassified as COVID-19 deaths. Before we open for questions, let’s run the last poll. What do you think the US life expectancy is in 2020? You are doing good. You are getting the right answers again. The majority of 56% of respondents chose 70 to 79 years old. 78.7 is the one that I saw with it being 40 to 49 years in 1860 all the way to 1900.
Family and friends mourn the passing of their loved ones no matter their age at the time of their passing. The passing of a loved one can be for some, devastating. Nonetheless, as a society, the passing of older individuals should not be something we should dread or fear but instead celebrate. Long lives lived are something to be grateful for and worth celebrating. That’s something we should not forget. What’s next? The academic answer will be more study, and research is needed which is a fact. Do fact checks with what I presented. Try to replicate and expand that. I hope I hear back from people who have done a lot more than me as far as looking at those data. Those are types of data. Some of our students in our program might be inspired to use their cognitive skills to look at this.
The trend of total deaths was over sloping so an additional variable that we need to look at would be population size and age to see if that increase is due to one or the other. There are other variables that I haven’t thought about that you can think about. It seems like we need to have a bottom-up approach to evidence-seeking. We looked at the national data level over here but others can add different state data or county data, even township or hospital level to answer a question like did we experience a pandemic? Are we still experiencing one? The answer cannot be, “Yes. Don’t you know it’s a global pandemic?”
It seems that we have to seek the answers to these questions at the local level. Are we experiencing more deaths than usual? What is happening to death numbers across causes? Are different age groups dying in different proportions than usual? Everyone everywhere in the world at every geographical level should do the same. Look at their own data and see what they are telling them. Instead of relying on a forward person telling them what’s happening at their local level. Maybe it’s time to kick our shutters down, step outside and see for ourselves. The zombies might be gone.”
That’s all the time that we have, ladies and gentlemen. We wanted to make sure to get this video into your hands so you can send it to your friends and family and the skeptics about COVID-19. We had pointed out that this thing was a fraud from the beginning, and it was a diversion in order to make sure that President Trump did not get re-elected, but think about all the businesses that have been crushed, the middle class. That’s what this whole thing was designed to do. They being the deep state and the global companies were picking winners and losers. If you’ll go back and look at who has profited the most behind this lockdown, it’s been the big guys. It’s been Amazon, Walmart and companies that get to stay open while the little guy must shut down.
Patriots, it’s time to fight. Remember, there are only two parties. It’s traders and Patriots. There are a lot of traders that need to swing. You now have the factual information. You have the numbers and we’ve told you that this mask is trying to keep a golf ball out of a tennis net because that’s what this is. We’ve had doctors that have gone ad nauseam explaining COVID-19 and how that it’s no more severe than the yearly flu. These numbers right here coming from a PhD in Economics, she’s looking at the pure factual data. They talk about believe science. There’s a phrase in the financial world and it says, “Liars never figure and figures don’t lie.” We’ll see you here again on the show.
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