2 State Legislators Call For Audit Of COVID Death Certificates

“If you go back to April of this past year, you’ll see that the Department of Health and the CDC were both putting out advice and instructions to go ahead and use COVID-19 in a more casual manner than we’ve used before.”

AIR.TV – Two Minnesota state lawmakers appeared on “Fox & Friends” to talk about their concerns regarding COVID-19 death certificates and called for an audit of death certificates at the state and national levels.

Rep. Mary Franson, R-Alexandria, and Sen. Scott Jensen, R-Chaska, recently released a video explaining their strong concerns about COVID-19 death claims after reviewing 2,800 death certificates obtained from the Minnesota Department of Health.

800 of those counted as COVID-19 did not have coronavirus cited as the underlying cause of death.

Franson, along with Dr. Jensen, who is a practicing physician, reprocessed the death files that were brought to Franson’s attention by concerned citizens.

The death files are part of the MDH’s public records and are available to anyone who requests them.

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Franson said:

“We isolated the cases where COVID-19 is the underlying cause of death, as well as the deaths where COVID-19 is mentioned but not listed as the underlying cause of death.

“And through this process we found clear cut examples … of suicides, a drowning, an auto accident where the passenger was ejected from the vehicle. We found dementia.

“They are dying of dementia but also being classified as a COVID death.”

They also found strokes as the cause of death on some COVID death certificates. When asked who is directing that the deaths be counted in such a “corrupting” manner, Dr. Jensen responded:

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“If you go back to April of this past year, you’ll see that the Department of Health and the CDC were both putting out advice and instructions to go ahead and use COVID-19 in a more casual manner than we’ve used before.”

Dr. Jensen pointed to the question of “following the money … ”

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