I'm not crazy, the attack has begun.
Not it isn't. Poverty is not the same thing as having little money. Poverty means having too little money to eat properly or afford adequate housing. If the state helps provide those things then you can have them even if you don't have much money.
This has nothing to do with clinical trials or correlation, it has to do with you failing to understand the basic difference between a government that looks after people and one that lets them die prematurely.
As an example look at the current situation with ventilators. Dyson was awarded the contract because Dyson donates money to the Tory Party. There are other manufacturers who have experience making them that it could have gone to. There is an EU scheme to place bulk urgent orders that the UK was invited to but declined. That's not a correlation, that's a direct cause and effect.
The pandemic has exposed the fragility of the UK's food system, and millions will need food aid in the coming days, according to a new report.
No, it is NOT the rich that suffer from lack of money when it comes to food. Really, I still can't fathom how you arrived at that conclusion.