Lately, I have been asked to “prove” that the VAERS system for tracking vaccine injuries reports only a small percentage (less than 1%) of those injuries. I have also been asked to discuss whether such injuries are verified, and how.
I am not the expert, but these guys at Harvard Medical School and the associated Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute* are. Take a look at their papers for the information you need for this discussion.
- Harvard2007 — Using Electronic Medical Records to Enhance Detection
and Reporting of Vaccine Adverse Events
- Harvard2009 — Electronic Support for Public Health–Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (ESP:VAERS)
- Harvard2015 — Advanced Clinical Decision Support for Vaccine Adverse Event Detection and Reporting
When the first polio vaccine was introduced, it was using a killed virus. Some of the laboratories had difficulty thoroughly killing the virus, and Cutter Labs was apparently careless about it. In what became known as the Cutter Incident, in 1955, the vaccine caused 40,000 cases of polio, leaving 200 children with varying degrees of paralysis and killing 10.
Nobody said, “well, ten deaths out of 40,000 vaccinations is no big deal. Is is only 0.025% after all.” No. The vaccine was pulled off the market and replaced by the Sabin (live) vaccine.
Below is a graph of reports to VAERS beginning in 1990 through the middle of 2021. There appears to be well over 12,000 deaths so far reported from the Covid vaccine — more than for any vaccine in history. And that is without any adjustments for possible under-reporting. But if you complain, you will hear that this is only a few. After all, 13,000 deaths in 169 million vaccinated people is only 0.007% right? And it’s true that about 1.5% to 2.5% of people who get sick will die (especially since early treatments that have shown promise are still largely withheld).
Do not feel helpless here. It is because we – the people – noticed when sick people were put into nursing homes, letting the disease run rampant, that this practice was stopped. So you think about it, and decide how many people you wouldn’t mind murdering to save the 1.5% who might die …. especially as it is now known the vaccine isn’t preventing either cases or deaths as much as promised, anyhow.
For the record, I am not anti-vaccine. I am pro-information, pro-education, and anti-killing people “for the greater good.”