A computer programmer and healthcare data analyst alleges that deaths potentially attributable to COVID-19 vaccines as of July 2021 are 45,000. Not the 9,000 in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. Here’s part of the sworn statement of a whistleblower:
On July 9, 2021, there were 9,048 deaths reported in VAERS. I verified these numbers by collating all of the data from VAERS myself, not relying on a third party to report them. In tandem, I queried data from CMS medical claims with regard to vaccines and patient deaths, and have assessed that the deaths occurring within 3 days of vaccination are higher than those reported in VAERS by a factor of at least 5. This would indicate the true number of vaccine-related deaths was at least 45,000. Put in perspective, the swine flu vaccine was taken off the market which only resulted in 53 deaths.https://renz-law.com/45k-whistleblower-suit
Even the figure of 9,048 deaths attributable to the vaccine is highly debatable. Could be lower, could be higher. I’m not sure anybody anybody knows the true number. But I bet it’s higher than Fauci and most public health authorities claim.
In the U.S., 162,000,000 have been fully vaccinated thus far. If 9,048 actually died from the vaccination, the odds of death for an individual are 0.0056%. If the true number is five times higher, the odds are 0.028%. In more understandable terms, the risk of death is 1 in 18,900 versus 1 in 89,000. If my math is correct.
If the whistleblower’s figure is correct, a one in 18,900 chance of death doesn’t sound too bad. But what if the age-adjusted rates are more like one in a million for 20-year olds compared to one in 1,000 for 60-year-olds? Would that affect your vaccination decision if you’re a healthy 60-years-old?
Astute reader will note my ignoring the other potential adverse effects of the experimental vaccines, including blood clots, strokes, heart attacks, myocarditis, and miscarriages. And effects that may take several years to manifest. Remember, these are the first ever gene therapy vaccines tried in humans.
I’ve never seen the consent form for a COVID-19 vaccine. If it doesn’t at least mention the possiblity of death, it’s not informed consent. It’s fraud.
Steve Parker, M.D.