Dr. Bryan Ardis: Native Americans have highest mortality rates in US since start of COVID pandemic – Brighteon.TV

Dr. Bryan Ardis: Native Americans have highest mortality rates in US since start of COVID pandemic – Brighteon.TV

The Native American population has the highest mortality rates since the start of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the United States. Dr. Bryan Ardis shared that piece of information during the April 6 episode of his program “The Dr. Ardis Show” on Brighteon.TV.

Ardis said he looked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website’s data tracker, as well as data available in all 50 states, and the Native Americans easily emerged with the highest death per capita, per race, per week throughout the pandemic.

“Every week, just about in every state or at least the majority of the states, the race that represented the highest mortality rates per week for the entire two years so far of this pandemic is the Native American race,” said Ardis.

“I kept saying you have to understand they are targeting the Native Americans. They are targeting also Blacks and Hispanic communities. This is something that’s going to come to light. They are targeting specific races, including and targeting numero uno the Native Americans. They’re also targeting the indigenous people of Alaska that they call Eskimos.”

According to a CDC report issued in December 2020, COVID-19 incidence was higher among American Indians and Alaska Natives than among non-Hispanic Whites.

Based on data from 14 participating states, age-adjusted COVID-associated mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives was 1.8 times higher than non-Hispanic Whites. Within American Indians and Alaska Natives, mortality was higher among men than among women, and the disparity in mortality compared with non-Hispanic Whites was highest with persons aged 20 to 49.

COVID-19 vaccines target specific races

The vaccine rollout just made it worse, Ardis said.

The CEO of ArdisLabs said COVID-19 shots contain substances that target the pancreas in diabetics. Guess what race has the highest percentage of diabetics in America? The Native Americans.

There’s no surprise there, Ardis said, as big pharmaceutical companies conduct research studies and test their drugs on animals like rats or rabbits and they can use vaccines to test them on humans.

“They can drug-induce it with a shot. They can target these individuals – Hispanics, Blacks, Native Americans, Whites, Eskimos – they can target them with specific lots of vaccines and put the same substances in those shots that they use in research studies to create diabetic animals. And then they come out with a weapon with this mRNA technology that targets diabetics and makes them go hyperinsulinemic or hypoinsulinemic or hyperglycemic,” Ardis explained.

“You can create massive amounts of carnage by destroying pancreatic cells. And they are using components in the shots that they know do that. They know that these specific things they have in these shots target the pancreas of people who are diabetics. They are trying to take them out. And it’s disgusting because, in America, we have literally almost a third of our country’s populace of 330 million people, we have 70 plus million prediabetics that are already diagnosed prediabetic. They are on their way to becoming diabetic and then we have 35 to 40 million currently diagnosed diabetics.”

Ardis added that the COVID shots are not just taking out the diabetics. He said it also targets people who have inflammatory issues with the heart, as well as the kidneys of individuals who are using any kind of prescription drugs. (Related: COVID vaccine intended to reduce world’s population without anyone suspecting, says leading doctor.)

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Watch the full April 6 episode of “The Dr. Ardis Show” below. “The Dr. Ardis Show” airs every Wednesday at 10-11 a.m. on Brighteon.TV.

(Article by Kevin Hughes republished from Citizens.news)

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