According to a yet-to-be-peer-reviewed medical study conducted by three public health researchers in Colorado, Virginia, and D.C., life expectancy in the U.S. has continued its startling decline since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The study “estimated changes in life expectancy during 2019-2021 in the U.S. population” within three racial groups and in 19 peer countries.
While it’s startling that U.S. life expectancy has continued its decrease, the biggest surprise in the study was which group declined the most: “the non-Hispanic White population” — and, more specifically, white men.
Isn’t it interesting that, for all the left’s incessant bleating about so-called healthcare “inequity” and vaccine “inequity,” it turns out it’s actually (at least according to this study) the life of the left’s favorite punching bag — the evil white male — who has been the most negatively impacted by the effects of their pandemic hysteria? When will the left rage-tweet about this factual inequity? And when will the left celebrate the gains of the Hispanic and black populations? Don’t worry, I know the answer to these hypothetical questions; read on.
The study also showed that the U.S. as a whole managed the COVID-19 pandemic worse than did 19 of its peer countries worldwide. When will the blue state governors realize they hurt their citizens more than helping them with their draconian lockdowns and mandates? I know, I know; read on.
Story continues at: Life Expectancy is now shorter