A newly released COVID-19 vaccine safety study by the Global Vaccine Data Network—the largest ever conducted—found clear links to increased blood clots and neurological and heart-related conditions, raising new concerns about the cost and risk of taking the jab.
The COVID WAR, including the ramifications of controversial technology used in “vaccines,” and fallout from COVID cover-ups and devastating policy decisions, continue to make headlines.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the agency "is actively engaged in safety surveillance" of the COVID shots. They also claim that medical doctors and epidemiologists at the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention "continuously screen and analyze" reports filed with the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) "to identify potential signals that would indicate the need for further study." Facts suggest otherwise.
As people have become aware of the dangers of the COVID shots, they’ve also started questioning conventional vaccines, and many parents who didn’t get their children vaccinated during the pandemic are not taking them in to catch up on their routine shots now
On the heels of our reporting and forecast last week that the COVID War is turning to the battlefield of childhood immunizations, the CDC just released numbers bearing us out.
Americans and citizens of other countries may be rejecting further COVID mRNA gene level treatments (deceptively equated by authorities to traditional vaccines) at levels between 70 and 80 percent.
Oncologists are reporting an alarming rise in post-jab “turbo cancers,” a term coined to describe incredibly rapid-growing cancers in people who have received one or more COVID jabs
mRNA COVID-19 shots are still being called “vaccines,” even though they fulfill all the definitions of gene therapy and none of the definitions for a vaccine.
It took two and a half years and more than $1 billion to do it, but world health officials can now showcase all that they’ve accomplished in studying long COVID and the patients who suffer with it.
A peer-reviewed study published in 2011, using 2009 data, demonstrated that “among the most highly developed nations, those requiring the most vaccine doses for their infants tended to have the least favorable infant mortality rates”