by Steve Kirsch
The Amish in America didn’t lockdown, social distance, mask, or take a ‘vaccine’. It was business as usual. Few died. I offered $2,500 for anyone who could name more than 5 Amish who died. No takers. Just excuses.
The traditional Amish do not vaccinate. And they are a tight knit community. So they are the perfect placebo cohort. We just compare the rate of death of the unvaccinated Amish with the rate of death of people in the same area.
I recently learned that it’s likely that in the >50,000 person unvaccinated Amish community in Lancaster, PA there are less than a handful of people who died from COVID. Lancaster is the largest Amish community in the US.
If nobody in the world can name more than 5 Amish unvaxxed people who died in Lancaster, PA, it means the entire pandemic response (lockdowns, business closures, school closures, church closures, testing, masking, social distancing, mandates, not testing people for immunity before vaccination, and vaccination) was completely unnecessary and counterproductive. Whoops!
So my “Can you name >5?” challenge posted to Twitter is an objective test that should be trivial to win if the medical journal papers are right about there being a pandemic of the unvaccinated.
So far, nobody could name >5 unvaxxed Amish people in Lancaster, PA who died from COVID. In fact, they can’t name anyone. Zero.
People just came up with excuses, referenced vaccinated Amish who died, thought a Mennonite is the same thing as an Amish person, etc. The list of excuses was endless. The number of qualifying names? Zero.
If you want objective proof that our society was destroyed for nothing, my Amish bet is your proof.
The Amish did nothing and their death toll was 30X lower than ours. They operated as if nothing happened.
Will we learn from them? Not a chance.
The CDC will never do a study on the Amish; it would be too embarrassing for them.