U.S. Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities in 2021 Break Record For Largest Annual Percentage Increase in Recorded History

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — We wrote a story about Ms. Jessica Turner on August 23, 2021. The 34-year-old mother of three received her first Pfizer mRNA injection on August 1. Five days later, she had a seizure while driving on a busy interstate with two of her three children in the car. Luckily nobody was hurt. We posited that nationwide disaster is imminent with millions of vaxxed drivers and, more worrisome, truck and bus drivers, behind the wheels of vehicles moving at 75 mph (120 km/hr) or more. Government data are proving our case.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released its report last week covering estimated traffic fatalities in 2021. NHTSA, a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation, found that 42,915 people died on U.S. roadways in 2021, a 10.5% increase from 2020. The number of fatalities represents the most since 2005, while the percentage increase year-over-year is the largest since the NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System commenced in 1975.

A deeper look at the numbers tells a more detailed story. Multi-vehicle crashes were up 16% from 2020 to 2021. Urban (city) road fatalities, drivers over 65 fatalities, and fatalities involving semi-trucks were up 16%, 14% and 13%, respectively. The mRNA and viral vector DNA injections became widely available to most Americans by March 2021. There were 2,553 traffic fatalities in March 2020, compared to 3,220 in March 2021, a 26% increase year-over-year. April was even worse, with 2,320 fatalities in 2020 versus 3,570 in 2021, a 54% increase.

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