Reports of adverse events related to experimental coronavirus vaccines are coming in at an astounding clip.
Hmm. How can that be when many politicians and people in the media are repeatedly proclaiming that the vaccines — some of which are not vaccines under the normal meaning of the term — are safe and that everyone should take them?
Here is a Friday update at Twitter from reporter Alex Berenson regarding the continuing flood of reports submitted to the United States government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) to which people, including shot takers and their doctors, can report adverse events related to vaccines:
VAERS (the federal vaccine side effects database) has updated for the week.
It’s now at 118,000+ #covid vaccine reports. That’s up 32,000 in a week – a 35% rise. Before Covid, VAERS got that many reports in a year.
Just how bad is the backlog?
Some people may respond that the high numbers are due to the great amount of coronavirus vaccines injected in comparison to other vaccines. But, a quick look at the numbers refutes this argument.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that about 39 percent of American adults have received a full regimen of experimental coronavirus vaccine shots — are “fully vaccinated.” Other than in some limited studies, children younger than 16 have not received experimental coronavirus vaccine shots in America.
In comparison, the CDC has related that, for the 2018-19 flu season, flu vaccine shots were taken by 45.3 percent of adults 18 and over and were given to 62.6 percent of children in the six months to 17 years age range in America. Also, children across America are routinely given about 30 vaccine shots in their first 18 months of life in accord with the Recommended Child and Adolescent Immunization Schedule. Older children continue receiving more shots regularly according to further recommendations or due to pressure from states’ vaccine mandates related to school and daycare attendance.
While this is not a comprehensive account of the vaccines regularly taken in America, it is plenty to show that these other vaccines outnumber by a wide margin the experimental coronavirus vaccine Americans have taken so far.
Reprinted with permission from the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity.