Excess Deaths Among Young Adults Soar to Record High

Excess deaths among young adults are soaring to record highs as unexpected mortality rates continue to spike each month, the latest data shows.

The latest figures for December have just been published a show a large rise in excess mortality rates among adults under the age of 45.

December saw a staggering increase in excess death that was 43 percent higher than expected.

The figure is more than double the number of excess deaths for November and almost four times higher than in October.

Edward Dowd, a top equity investment executive and former leading BlackRock portfolio manager, has been examining the epidemic of sudden deaths which began in early 2021.

Dowd has been analyzing the monthly data for deaths from the Society of Actuaries (SOA)

The SOA is a global organization for actuaries that gathers data in the United States and other countries in order to measure and manage risk.

Actuaries help leaders and companies make strategic decisions for their future based on risk assessment and are used by businesses including insurance firms, banks, and investors.

While the latest available data only shows soaring excess deaths up to December, Dowd says SOA insiders have told him that the figures for January and February also show major spikes that are even larger again.

In late 2022, Dowd joined Steve Bannon on “The War Room” to discuss the data on excess mortality rates that was available at the time.

Dowd had previously on “The War Room” back in March 2022 with an explosive report on the excess number of deaths recorded in the U.S. since the introduction of the mandatory vaccines.

Back in March Dowd said that U.S. millennials, aged 25-44, experienced a record-setting 84% increase in excess mortality during the final four months of 2021.

In December, Dowd revealed the latest numbers from August revealed an excess mortality rate of 36% for millennials.

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Dowd later told “The War Room” that significant increases in the U.S. disability rate are directly related to the COVID-19 shots.

Ed Dowd told the War Room audience, “So, just to give you some idea of the number I said on your show a couple of weeks ago and to Senator Ron Johnson, there was about 1.2 million we calculated in September.

“It’s now about 1.7 million starting about February 2021 thru November of 2022.

“1.7 [million] employed people have become disabled and that’s a big number.”

Last week, Dowd discussed his research on “Tucker Carlson Originals.”

Dowd told host Tucker Carlson about the unexplained increases in death rates and disability numbers, which he blames on vaccines.

“The only thing that changed was a mass vaccination campaign and mandates,” Ed Dowd told Tucker.

WATCH:

On Tuesday, Dowd released the SOA excess deaths numbers for December as part of the data for the 4th quarter of 2022.

In December, the SOA reported a whopping 43% increase in excess deaths over what was expected for those under 45.

The number is significantly higher than in October when the figure was 13 percent for the same age group.

The excess deaths are now soaring so much higher than expected that actuaries fear the issue with place a massive strain on hospitals.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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