BREAKING: Funeral Directors in COVID-19 Epicenter Doubt Legitimacy of Deaths Attributed to Pandemic; Fear Numbers are "Padded"— James O'Keefe (@JamesOKeefeIII) April 30, 2020
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Project Veritas spoke to several funeral directors in New York who are doubting the legitimacy of COVID-19 labeled death certificates.
“To be honest with you, all the death certificates, they’re writing COVID on all the death certificates whether they had a positive test, whether they didn’t, so I think, you know again this is my personal opinion, I think like the Mayor (Bill de Blasio) in our city (NYC), they’re looking for federal funding and, the more they put COVID on the death certificate the more they can ask for federal funds,” Funeral Director, Colonial Home Michael Lanza said. “So I think it’s political.”
Another funeral director in Queens, NY told Project Veritas that she had one victim autopsied because the sister was furious because she “knew” her sister didn’t die from the Coronavirus.
This victim is related to a Supreme Court Justice, but the funeral director did not disclose which justice. The angry woman said her sister had Alzheimer’s and they didn’t suction her.
“You have to suction her because they forget how to swallow. And um right away they put down COVID-19 on her death certificate and the Supreme Court Justice whoever it is contacted the hospital, they did an independent autopsy, Bingo, no COVID-19,” said President of Dimiceli & Sons Funeral Home, Josephine Dimiceli.The only question I have is, how would the Funeral Director know if there had been a test for COVID-19 or not?
I don't think they would. Unless, perhaps, they asked the family. They might do that in a conversational way, if they were particularly interested.
Certainly, the Funeral Directors would have a little bit more information on types of deaths occurring in an area than would the average citizen.