The Centers for Disease Control says hospitals counted over 130,000 deaths from heart attacks, influenza and bacterial pneumonia as Covid-19 deaths.
Over 84% of all Covid-19 deaths are in Democratic states, according to the CDC.
Hospital systems are accused of counting patients who died from serious pre-existing conditions as Covid-19 deaths in order to receive more money from the government for Covid-related deaths.
The CDC updated their death counts to reveal that Covid-19 is rarely the actual cause of Covid-19 deaths.
According to the CDC, 87,000 patients died from bacterial pneumonia and influenza. Another 17,000 died from chronic respiratory diseases, and another 26,000 died from adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) caused by bacteria.
Additionally, 44,000 patients died from hypertension not related to Covid. Yet those patients were also counted among Covid deaths.
According to One America News (OAN), hospitals counted 51,000 patients who died from heart attacks as Covid-19 related deaths.
Meanwhile, the number of patients who usually die from heart attacks in hospitals dropped considerably this year when compared to the same time period last year.
Also decreasing dramatically are deaths caused by influenza. Those deaths are being counted as Covid-19 deaths.