According to the data, the millennial generation in the U.S. suffered more than 61,000 excess deaths during the second half of 2021 alone.
Edward Dowd, a former portfolio manager for Wall Street investment firm BlackRock, who made a career out of crunching numbers to make important investment decisions, recently went public with his analysis of CDC data.
On the social media website Gettr, where Dowd first published the results of his analysis, he wrote that the millennial generation experienced "a Vietnam War event," noting that 58,000 Americans died during that conflict.
"Understand this data comes from the CDC," said The New American journalist Ben Armstrong on an episode of his show on the media network, "The Ben Armstrong Show."
"So, you know, it's most likely even worse than what I'm reporting, because you know, the CDC has not been forthright and everything," he continued. (Related: ALARM BELLS: All-cause death rates in US have increased by 40% compared to pre-pandemic levels.)
"You could say the CDC conducted a Vietnam War on millennials," said Armstrong. "And I think this is the low-end stuff, folks. It's using the CDC, who has been covering up and lying to everybody [about] their own stuff, so you know it has to be on the low-end. It has to be. This is the stuff that they think looks good."
In an interview with Steve Bannon's show "War Room," Dowd described what he found as "shocking" and called it the "worst-ever excess mortality, I think, in history."
According to Dowd's analysis, millennials in the U.S., or people between the ages of 25 and 40, experienced an 84 percent increase in excess mortality in the fall of 2021.
This was the highest increase in excess deaths among all age groups last year. It was seven times higher than excess deaths among the Silent Generation, born between 1928 to 1945, with the youngest members of that generation being 76 years old.
Dowd's data also highlights that the surge in excess deaths hit millennials at the same time the COVID-19 vaccine mandates were introduced.
"And then [excess deaths] re-accelerated into the end of the year," said Dowd. This coincides with the time when the COVID-19 booster vaccines were introduced in the United States.
"I think this is the smoking gun that the vaccines are causing excess mortality in all age groups," said Dowd. "So, I'm going to put a word out there. It's an old word but it should be reintroduced into the conversation. It's called democide: Death by government. So the government, through the mandates, has killed people."
Dowd noted that the estimate of 61,000 excess deaths among millennials in 2021 is a low estimate. "It takes time for millennial-aged deaths to be reported because they're usually not hospital deaths," he said. "So, that data's going to be updated and it's probably gonna show that continued, disturbing trend."
Dowd said he worked with an insurance expert in compiling and analyzing the data. He also worked with Brook Jackson, a whistleblower who was contracted to work on one of Pfizer's clinical trials for its vaccine.
An acquaintance on Wall Street, who Dowd called a senior chief risk officer, or an actuary, learned about Dowd's research and asked to compare notes. This leads Dowd to believe that the financial community will soon respond to the excess deaths caused by the vaccines.
"If you're on Wall Street and you still think Pfizer and Moderna are good buys, I've got news for you: There's some catalysts coming that are probably not going to be good for holding those stocks," said Dowd. He added that the liability protections afforded to Big Pharma companies by the federal government will probably not protect them this time.
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Watch this episode of "The Ben Armstrong Show" as host Ben Armstrong goes into detail about the CDC data that proves millennial deaths in the U.S. have surged after the introduction of COVID-19 vaccine mandates.