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V-Safe data confirms suspicions of extreme COVID jab dangers

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(NaturalHealth365)  When a government agency creates a database to collect data on the safety and risks of a new-to-the-market, federally-promoted drug product, touts this database as proof that the public should trust them because they obviously care about understanding the impact of the said drug but then drags their feet when asked to actually share the data they collect, it’s reasonable to assume that maybe the collected data doesn’t support the government’s message of “safe and effective.”

Yet this is exactly what we’ve seen with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) “V-Safe” program, a free and voluntary smartphone-based app that uses text messages and internet surveys to provide “health check-ins” for people who get COVID jabs (parents can also sign up with V-Safe on their vaxxed children’s behalf).  It took a months-long legal battle to force the CDC to release its V-Safe data … and when you see the data, you can see why the government was reluctant to share it.

Missed work, immune dysfunction, and more: V-Safe data calls into question just how “safe” these COVID shots are

On October 4, 2022, civil rights attorney and legal counsel for Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) Aaron Siri was interviewed on Fox News about ICAN’s fight to get the CDC to release V-Safe data.

Following several legal demands, ICAN was finally able to obtain information regarding the CDC’s database.  Chief among the findings, we see that:

10 million people are currently enrolled in V-Safe
Of these, 770,000 individuals (7.7% of the enrollees) required medical care post-jab
1 in 4 V-safe enrollees (2.5 million individuals) reported missed work, missed school, and/or a serious side effect that negatively impacted their daily life in some way
4 million individuals (40% of V-Safe enrollees) reported joint pain ranging from mild to severe; as explained by Dr. Joseph Mercola in his newsletter discussing these findings, post-injection joint pain suggests “a massive immune reaction signal”

Speaking of this data, in an October 5 Substack article, Steve Kirsch wrote that “these are extraordinary numbers.  They clearly show the vaccines are unsafe, that the CDC deliberately hid this information from the American public, and that the drug companies falsified the data in the trials … the CDC is not protecting the American people.  They are protecting the manufacturers of the vaccines.”

Post-jab health surveys are imperfect but offer an important opportunity to keep government agencies accountable

Certainly, a voluntary reporting system like V-Safe (or VAERS, for that matter) has its flaws, including reporting bias and the risk of under or over-reporting.  And while V-Safe also has an impressive number of enrollees at 10 million, that’s a fraction of the 68% of Americans who have received at least two doses and 80% of Americans who have received at least one dose of a COVID shot.

Other confounding problems exist.  As Dr. Mercola points out, the app has very predefined and generic options for reporting side effects, which may affect the data since “people might be experiencing effects that didn’t fit any of the predefined categories of injury.”  He adds that death is obviously not reportable to V-Safe, so “we have no way of knowing how many of these 10 million registered V-Safe users have died” and under what circumstances.

Imperfect as it may be, we are happy that the CDC is being forced to share this information with the public, especially as drug manufacturers continue to tinker with new formulations of the COVID shot, flu jab, and more.

Sources for this article include:

Mercola.com
CDC.gov
Midlandparknj.org
Bloomberg.com

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