Deaths of Pregnant Women Spiked 38 Percent in 2021 for No Particular Reason
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) quietly announced in March that the US under Joe Biden has crossed another embarrassing milestone. Our country now has the highest maternal death rate out of all developed nations in the world. Maternal deaths are defined as the deaths of pregnant women or women up to 42 days after giving birth. The number of expectant moms who died in 2021 shot up by 38%. Why? Shut up and stop asking questions, conspiracy theorist!
The CDC calculates the maternal death rate by comparing the number of deaths of pregnant mothers for every 100,000 live births. Between 2018 and 2020, the US maternal death rate was an average of 20.4 deaths per year.
In 2021, there were suddenly 1,205 maternal deaths in the US, driving the rate up to 32.8. The only developed countries in the world with worse rates than that are Mexico (34.2), Latvia (37.6) and Columbia (50.7).
The report notes that the maternal death rate among black women in America was 69.9, compared to about 26.6 for white women. For women over 40 in 2021, the maternal death rate was 126.9 per 100,000 births. That’s a 100% increase compared to previous years. Women over 40 were also six times more likely to die in pregnancy than women under 25.
Which brings us back to the biggest question once again: Why? Why does America have three times as many pregnant women dying as a super-poor country like Lithuania?
CNN was quick to reassure its viewers that the cause couldn’t possibly be THAT ONE THING.
They brought on Dr. Elizabeth Cherot, who is the chief medical officer for the March of Dimes. She blamed COVID for the excess mortality in 2021. Dr. Cherot soothed the suspicions of CNN’s viewers by declaring, “Women were at increased risk for morbidity and mortality from Covid. And that actually has been well-proven in some studies, showing increased risks of death, but also being ventilated in the intensive care unit, preeclampsia and blood clots, all of those things increasing a risk of morbidity and mortality.”
Before you decide to cut another check to the March of Dimes, you should know that everything Dr. Cherot said in that statement is a complete and total lie. Women are not more likely to die from the Chinese coronavirus than men, according to the CDC’s data.
The CDC’s numbers show that men aged 85 and under are an average of 1.6 times more likely to die from COVID than women. In the 64 to 84 age range, men are 1.84 times more likely to die than women from COVID. The only age bracket in which female COVID deaths outnumber male COVID deaths is the 85 and up group.
Here’s another fact that proves CNN is (as usual) lying to its viewers on this issue. If COVID-19 is really the cause of excess mortality in pregnant women, why did the big jump in numbers occur in 2021, and not in 2020 when the disease first emerged?
If you’ve read this far, you probably realize that there isn’t any medical mystery here at all. The huge jump in maternal deaths in America exactly coincides with the rollout of the so-called COVID vaccines. We now know that these shots, which were made with petroleum byproducts and experimental gene-editing technology, were designed to cross every membrane in the human body – from the blood-brain barrier to the placental barrier.
The CDC’s website, to this day, still states that the COVID vaccines are “safe and effective” for pregnant women. Does anyone still believe that?