The numbers leak

 As I mentioned previously, it’s going to be increasingly hard for the governments to hide the evidence of vaccine injuries as the monetary costs of them become evident through everything from flight cancellations to unemployment claims.

What if the injury rate — significant injury — is closer to 1 in 50 or 1 in 100 than the one in a hundred thousand we have been told?

What if that means that for anyone who isn’t old and infirm the math doesn’t pencil out and the very real financial and personal consequences are hammering people?

What if the insurance companies know this, and the Obamacare premium proposals being submitted right now for next year are up 30{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6}?  Because, from what I’m hearing, they are.  Of course that’s an opening bid from the insurance companies but that sure isn’t all roses and rainbows, is it?

What if the labor department published a jobs report that shows a wildly rising — and at an accelerating rate — disability rate among all people 16+ in the workforce, totaling close to 3 million newly disabled people since January?  Because just Friday, they did!

There are 2.8 million more disabled workers than there were six months ago. The very reasonable question that Karl Denninger is asking is: what started happening in January that could have rendered that many workers unable to work?