Life Insurance Payouts Hit A Record High In 2021
By Mac Slavo
Life insurance payouts hit a record high in 2021, the year of the “vaccine.” Insurance companies paid $100 billion to families, and the mainstream media and ruling class are blaming COVID-19, not the shots.
Even though they admit deaths and hospitalizations with COVID have plummeted, and 2020 was the worst year (according to their own data) until the vaccines were released, the common cold is still being blamed. The COVID-19 “vaccines” were released under emergency use authorization at the end of 2020 and this record life insurance payout came in 2021. But it could just be a coincidence.
Payouts rose 11% in 2021 to $100.19 billion, most likely due to the pandemic, according to the American Council of Life Insurers. The increase was on the heels of a 15% year-over-year rise in 2020 when death-benefit payments totaled $90.43 billion. –Wall Street Journal
We’ve been warned that this was coming:
“Obviously, we won’t take the pain away of losing somebody, but financially they will be OK,” Myrna Guerrero, a national sales director for Primerica Inc said of the families. About 25 of the office’s clients died in 2021, and about half of those had Covid-19. But they did not give data on how many had gotten the mRNA injections and how many of those shots were administered.
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They are also blaming the pandemic for other effects, but still won’t mention the “vaccines”:
Life insurers are also seeing deaths that appear to be indirectly tied to Covid-19. In quarterly earnings, some reported jumps in death claims that they believe are tied to delays in medical care as a result of the 2020 lockdowns, and then, later, people’s fear of seeking treatment, as well as trouble lining up appointments. -Wall Street Journal
It will be interesting to see how bad life insurance payouts get in 2022. We already know excess deaths have risen exponentially. Another coincidence, surely.