Joel Smalley: The COVID truth teller no one has been able to challenge
I chatted with Joel Smalley of the HART Group today. He's written a ton of great statistical analyses on his Substack. I asked if anyone has challenged his work. Nope.
Joel Smalley, Quantitative Data Analyst at the HART Group, has written a lot of statistical analyses that have never been challenged. His conclusion: “The cure is worse than the disease.”
If the vaccines are so safe, how come nobody has been able to challenge his work?
Joel Smalley is a member of the HART Group and the author of the Dead Man Talking substack. His specialty is statistical analysis.
I asked him today, “Has anyone ever challenged anything you wrote?”
He wrote back, “Nothing but hit pieces. Never a robust challenge of my analyses.”
The cure is worse than the disease
Recently, he wrote a whole series of articles (ending Jun 5, 2022) looking at excess deaths in various places.
His conclusion: “It's the same whichever country, state or province you choose. The cure is worse than the disease.”
He also wrote this article on the UK showing how the expected death rates and the actual death rates are vastly different, “Mortality data & COVID-19”and read the section "Mortality data during the vaccine roll-out period."
This graphic, showing unexplained deaths after the vaccine rollout, is stunning:
In particular, it says:
Broken down by the separate vaccination cohort (by age group, and then taking care homes as a separate unit), the correlation between vaccination and COVID-19 deaths is even more apparent and this time the model is able to accommodate the data with significantly more ease.
This relationship is not limited to England. It is apparent in many countries around the world, regardless of location, season, interventions and extent of prior COVID-19 activity.
Uruguay is a perfect example, as analyzed by Mathew Crawford.
How can we explain all this data which shows the vaccines are correlated with increasing deaths if the vaccines are safe and effective?
The COVID variants are less deadly, nearly everyone is vaccinated, and the most susceptible are already dead. Excess mortality should be going down, not up.
Well, nobody can answer that question.
This could be why nobody wants to debate us.