While the official numbers for 2021 have yet to be released, the government estimates that during the first half of the year, a whopping 20,160 people died in automobile accidents. This represents an 18.4 percent increase compared to the same time period in 2020.

“Similarly, nobody wants to acknowledge that the so-called “vaccines” are more than likely damaging people’s mental and physical reflexes, causing them to drive more erratically than they did prior to getting injected with an “Operation Warp Speed” needle.

The only country in the world with more traffic fatalities per capita right now than the United States is Mexico, according to the latest data. It is safer to drive in Russia, Canada, France, Australia, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom, it turns out.”