CA: Journalist Reports High COVID Death Rate at Coalinga State Hospital

Source: 7/2/21

A journalist has discovered and reported that a high rate of registrants forced to reside at Coalinga State Hospital, California, have died due to COVID.  According to the report, COVID killed a total of 30 patients at that hospital.  This total represents more than two percent of all patients at Coalinga State Hospital and is twice as high as patients at other state hospitals and seven times as high as inmates in state prisons.

An audio version of the report is available.  The report starts at about 6 1/2 minutes after the beginning of the broadcast and lasts about 20 minutes.


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I wonder what that jerk DA out there that credits himself with writing California’s Megan’s Law (don’t recall his name at the moment) has to say about this. Is he he concerned that the COVID death rate there is so much higher? If so, why?

Frankly, I’d bet behind closed doors and among his friends he’s either celebrating it or is pissed off that it isn’t much higher.

Ginnie pigs.

Ya know the nazis attempted to use viral infections. They decided to give the tactic up however, because it took too long. Seems somebody was experimenting with genetically engineered or modified mice according to the U.S. Senate subcommittee meeting held Tuesday June 29, that aired on CSpan Saturday. These mice were modified to more closely resemble the human endocrine response system. There is an American firm producing modified mice. The Subcommittee reports are using the term ” gain of function researching ” to develop more efficacy in an identified strains of bugs. Seems the subcommittee is tracking down the U.S. tax dollars used to fund the project, or parts of it. What the subcommittee didn’t say was the covid virus was intentionally unleashed. The subcommittee had experts claiming they thought was an accidental event, an infection to one, or a few people, working at the research facility who unknowingly spread it to others. Turns out the like isn’t rare in infectious disease, researchers do occasionally contract the very bugs they work with. They also tend to report the indecent, at least those with consciousness of the event do report to their leader’s. That didn’t happen with Covid-19 and the folks at Coalinga had to have been a least likely population for contracting, precisely because of their isolation, or potential to. Additionally, state had control over visitors, personal etc. It was California’s responsibility to protect these wards of state, and they failed miserably.

Yes, their website records the death count as 21

The true threats to society are the ones running the prisons. Oops I mean treatment centers aka Hotel California in real life.