If these were any other vaccines, they would already be off the market.
In fact, they would have been pulled a long time ago. Usually, a new drug is withdrawn after 50 deaths, which isn’t typical because the FDA has a strict approval process. The COVID-19 vaccines have been exempted from it, instead being temporarily “authorized” for emergency use.
These vaccines have coincided with 3,544 American deaths and 12,619 serious injuries as of April 23, according to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reports System database (VAERS, republished “as is” in user-friendly format here). The flu vaccines by comparison are linked to 20–30 death reports a year, according to Dr. Peter McCullough, and those 20–30 death reports come with considerably more vaccines administered…
…Instead of treating this data seriously, institutions like the NIH are pushing to fast-track FDA approval and give the vaccines to younger and younger children. Regulators lowered the minimum age for the Pfizer vaccine from 16 to 12 on Monday, and shots for that age group could begin as soon as Thursday. Pfizer is currently experimenting on 144 young children in three age brackets: 5 to 11 years, 2 to 4 years, and six months to 2 years. The results will be available in September. The vaccine is already mandatory at many colleges (and only for students), and you can bet they’ll make it a precondition for your little ones to continue attending school.
How long until it isn’t optional, for you or your children?
Thirty-five hundred reports is 70 times the normal threshold for pulling a drug from the market. Although this is raw data, previous VAERS studies have shown that only 1–10% of vaccine-related deaths are reported to VAERS — or less. This would put the likely real death count in the U.S. at tens to hundreds of thousands.