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In a recent episode of “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,” Jonathan Jay Couey, Ph.D. — an independent consulting biologist, content creator and former research assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine — outlined his theory on how, sometime in 2020, public health agencies changed the way they calculate all-cause mortality statistics so that what used to be considered a “vaccine-preventable” flu death is now counted as a “vaccine-preventable” death from COVID-19.

Couey, who co-founded D.R.A.S.T.I.C. Research, a group of international independent scientists who publish academic papers on the COVID-19 pandemic, presented his theory to four experts, who took turns commenting on his hypothesis.

According to Couey, the World Health Organization, in declaring the COVID-19 pandemic to be a pandemic of a dangerous virus, was able to “convert a large percentage of all-cause mortality into a national security priority of vaccine-preventable deaths.”

The podcast features Couey’s presentation plus comments from four experts (in alphabetical order):

Watch the podcast here: