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I’m back to the subject of adverse reactions to COVID vaccines for the next two days.  Today, I get you caught up to date on the subject.  Tomorrow, I deal with the latest criticism I’ve received and the information requests I’ve sent to the government.

I start, as always, with official government numbers.  When we left this story three weeks ago, the number of COVID vaccine reported deaths in the U.S. stood at 16,000 and the total number of reported adverse reactions – including heart problems, blood clots, miscarriages, menstrual disruption, and neurological symptoms – was almost 800,000.

According to the latest numbers available, there have been over 850,000 COVID vaccine adverse event reports in the U.S., including over 18,000 vaccine reported deaths. (OpenVAERS)  These numbers completely dwarf the problems reported with all other vaccines combined since the beginning of the VAERS reporting system 30 years ago.   You really owe it to yourself to look at the chart on this – it’s stunning.  The line is basically flat near zero for 30 years, then goes straight up off the chart when COVID vaccines are introduced in 2020.  Nearly two thousand more people dead in just the last three weeks after receiving a COVI vaccine.  There is obviously a problem.

A doctor published an article in a medical journal criticizing the approval of the Pfizer vaccine as premature and finding reactions within the body that may cause neurological degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and ALS in the long run.  The FDA delayed the use of the Moderna vaccine in adolescents to study the widely publicized myocarditis risk the vaccine poses to that age group.  The risk is real, as one college golfer at Tennessee State University found out, recently.  The NCAA mandated COVID vaccines to participate in sports.  After his second dose, the golfer was hospitalized with myocarditis heart problems.  He’s out for the year and doctors told him his athletic career might be over for good.

Public health authorities won’t talk about adverse reactions like this, but they are real enough for the Labor Department to allow federal employees who suffer COVID vaccine injuries to receive compensation from the government.  If these were ‘just anecdotes’ and there were insufficient proof of problems with the vaccines, the government would not be doing that, would they?

The British medical journal BMJ published a whistleblower account raising questions about Pfizer’s COVID vaccine trial data.  According to the article, “the company falsified data, unblinded patients, employed inadequately trained vaccinators, and was slow to follow up on adverse events reported in Pfizer’s pivotal phase III trial.”  The whistleblower tried to take her concerns to her superiors at her testing company, then filed a complaint with the FDA.  She was fired, but provided the medical journal with “dozens of internal company documents, photos, audio recordings, and emails.”   Not only did adverse reactions not get followed up, almost 500 people were not tested for COVID after reporting COVID-like symptoms in suspected break-through cases.  Other employees backed up the whistleblower’s claims.

What we have here may amount to fraud in the application.  Would Pfizer’s vaccine have been approved if the adverse reactions and break-through cases were fully disclosed?  It appears that adverse reactions have been covered up from the very beginning and public health authorities won’t talk about them today.  Wouldn’t you like to know if the government has studied the 18,000 deaths and 850,000 total adverse reactions further and what the results might be?  So would I.  Tomorrow, I will tell you the steps I am taking to find out.

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