TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): So, we looked into coronavirus deaths -- who's dying, and at what age? And we discovered something amazing. The data shows that the median age of death for COVID is often older than life expectancy. For real.
If you want to get a sense of just how completely they have hyped this virus -- turning into something that it -- the numbers show it is not -- take a look, for example, at Ohio.
The median age of people who've died from COVID in the state of Ohio is 80. What's the median life expectancy in Ohio? It's 73. So, people who died from COVID were, on average, seven years older than the average age of people in Ohio at which they died.