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Bogus Yale Study Claims Excess Deaths of Unvaccinated Republicans

The authors have cherry-picked the data in order to paint a negative picture of those skeptical of mRNA injections, critics say. And one doctor thinks Republican areas were intentionally targeted and poisoned with “hot lots.”

NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT — A recent Yale University study has received attention from the mainstream media and Leftist commentators – who are gloating over the claim that Republicans have been dying in excess due to their rejection of the mRNA injections and vaccination propaganda.

The study, entitled “Excess Death Rates for Republican and Democratic Registered Voters in Florida and Ohio During the COVID-19 Pandemic” was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine on July 24. The three authors are affiliated with Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Management.


“In this cohort study evaluating 538,159 deaths in individuals aged 25 years and older in Florida and Ohio between March 2020 and December 2021, excess mortality was significantly higher for Republican voters than Democratic voters after COVID-19 vaccines were available to all adults, but not before. These differences were concentrated in counties with lower vaccination rates, and primarily noted in voters residing in Ohio,” the authors state.

According to the study, the excess death rate for registered Republicans in these locations was 43 percent higher than for Democrats. Washington Post’s health reporter Lena Sun commented on the results:

“This Yale study adds to a growing body of research indicating that Republican messaging on vaccines/other public health measures such as mask-wearing, limiting crowds, may have led to preventable deaths,” Sun wrote on Twitter.


Medical reporter Alex Berenson – who happens to be a Yale alumnus – dug into the details of the study, before completely tearing it apart:

“The extra Republican deaths only occurred in people over 75. For those under 75, the authors actually found Republicans were less likely to die of Covid than Democrats. And the largest party gap of all - the gap that drove most of the overall study’s finding - came from the most elderly people, those 85 and over,” Berenson writes in his analysis.

Zerohedge has also analyzed the Yale team’s findings, writing that “the study admits that it did not have access to the cause of death for the individuals involved.  They simply assume that excess deaths were in fact covid related deaths. The study does not include data on vaccination status at the individual level. Meaning, they had no proof that excess deaths in Republican counties were unvaccinated people. Again, they merely assume that this is the case.”


Renowned obstetrician Dr. James Thorp – who has tried to bring awareness to the unprecedented spike in injuries and miscarriages he has seen in his practice since the rollout of the mRNA shots – has also read the study. But Dr. Thorp draws a different conclusion from the data.

“The suggestion that excess mortality is due to the reduced vaccine uptake in Republicans is absurd. It goes against all credible data I’ve seen. That didn’t happen. On the contrary, there’s massive excess death associated with taking the vaccine – and that’s from Pfizer’s own data,” Dr. Thorp tells The Florida Standard.

“So I would like to turn this upside down. In fact, it’s highly credible that ‘hot lots’ – especially toxic batches of these so-called vaccines – were intentionally used in highly Republican states,” Dr. Thorp adds.

“The Pfizer vaccine is the deadliest product ever rolled out on the market. Period.”

Click here to see statistics on deaths and injuries from COVID-19 vaccines by batch number.