Vaccine not ruled out in any of 4,471 deaths reported to VAERS during vaccine roll out.
Posted by Rafael King Mar 08, 2022
The headline of a new press release from the Lancet boldly claims that a large study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has found that, “most mRNA COVID-19 vaccine side effects are mild and temporary.”
Does that mean that all the athletes seen collapsing and sometimes dying on live television in various video compilations shortly after their mandatory COVID vaccinations were not suffering adverse events from the vaccinations?
Here are six things you should know about this new study:
1. The CDC did not exclude COVID vaccines as the cause of death in any of the 4,471 deaths reported to VAERS
The CDC’s clinical staff analyzed all 4,496 reports of death that were made to VAERS (The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) after administration of an mRNA COVID vaccine between December 2020 and June 2021 and only excluded 25 reports, each of which were discounted because of “miscoding of death or duplicate reporting.”
None of the remaining 4,471 reports of deaths were excluded as unrelated to the vaccine. In lieu of a case-by-case analysis of the actual cause of death, the CDC funded researchers made a conclusory observation that,
“we found no unusual patterns in cause of death among the death reports received … VAERS data alone generally cannot establish causal relationships between vaccination and adverse events.”
The CDC scientists didn’t mention that the CDC and its supervisory agency, the Department of Health and Human Services, has access to all relevant hospital records and could have established or ruled out causation in those deaths in the nine months that have passed since the June 14, 2021 data cutoff date. Indeed, the CDC report itself concedes that,
“VAERS death reports were individually reviewed by CDC physicians and follow-up is ongoing to obtain additional and missing records.”
Yet no mention is made of finding that any VAERS reported death was made after, but not due to, a vaccination.
As of February 25, 2022, the number of deaths reported to VAERS following a COVID vaccine now stands at 24,827.