Yesterday I reported to you the number of adverse reaction reports filed about COVID vaccines in the U.S. has topped 900,000 and the number of deaths shortly following COVID vaccinations now exceeds 19,000, according to official government numbers. Today, we look at what happened in the first 90 days after the government approved the Pfizer vaccine and at additional evidence that’s come in regarding the withholding of information by Pfizer before its vaccine was approved. Both of these add urgency to the question: Has the government conducted follow-up COVID vaccine safety studies and, if not, why not?
We start with the fact the FDA wanted to hide its records about adverse reactions which occurred in the early days after the COVID vaccines were approved. A court disagreed, and the first batch of records has been released, with more to come. One record already released is a smoking gun. It’s entitled “Cumulative Analysis of Post-Authorization Adverse Event Reports”. [available here] This document shows Pfizer received 42,000 adverse reaction reports, including 1,223 deaths in the first 90 days of vaccine use, originating from several countries. The most frequently reported adverse reaction was nervous system disorders. Adverse reaction “(r)eports are submitted voluntarily, and the magnitude of underreporting is unknown,” the document notes (p. 5). This puts the nail in the coffin of the argument made by my critics that adverse reactions are being over-reported. The document goes on to discuss additional findings that three times as many women as men were injured, the Pfizer vaccine can make COVID symptoms worse, and there were a number of miscarriages and premature births which occurred in the period under consideration.
Despite all this, the Pfizer vaccine remains in use today and the government keeps pushing the phony narrative the vaccines are ‘safe and effective’ without ever discussing the undeniable risks. The government, as far as I can tell, has not performed follow-up safety studies as it is supposed to do when a problem with a vaccine becomes apparent.
Let’s turn, now, to the period before the vaccines were approved. Pfizer originally said publicly 15 people died during its COVID vaccine trials out of 22,000 who were vaccinated. But it submitted a report to the FDA showing the number was actually 21, not 15. Even though most died from other causes, the discrepancy means deaths linked to Pfizer’s vaccine were 24 percent higher among those vaccinated during the trial than Pfizer was publicly letting on. That’s significant given the fact more than 19,000 deaths associated with COVID vaccines have occurred since in the U.S. alone.
As you may recall, a whistleblower made even more serious allegations about Pfizer’s trial data last month. The British medical journal BMJ published a whistleblower account claiming, “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.”
Others have accused government officials of engaging in conspiracy and criminal cover-up. My point is that the astoundingly high number of adverse reaction reports and deaths – completely unprecedented in 30 years of vaccine injury reporting – should have prompted government officials to conduct follow-up safety studies on these vaccines, as indicated in the second half of the VAERS disclaimer. To the best of my knowledge, no such studies have been conducted. I have filed a Freedom of Information Act request to find out for sure. I also want to know if the government has ever reached a decision whether to conduct such studies and I want to know the reasons for the decision, if any was made. The government has essentially asked for the rest of December to respond to my request and I will start pressing for answers after the first of the year.
The government rushed into COVID vaccines at “warp speed”. Normal approval processes and safety protocols were not followed. It should come as no surprise there are big problems with these vaccines. We the People should know just how big these problems are before we’re tempted to support politicians who want to rush into vaccines in future pandemics.