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Adverse events in Pfizer trial may have been underreported by 8X or more
Pfizer trial whistleblower, Brook Jackson, knows of at least 8 cases of anaphylaxis in the Pfizer trial, but 0 cases were reported to the FDA. This is fraud.
We have yet another piece of evidence suggesting Pfizer understated certain life-threatening serious adverse events by a factor of 10X or more
I’ve written about the COVID vax clinical trial fraud before. These things never get investigated by anyone and the medical community ignores all of them without investigation. That’s the way science works I guess.
But Brook Jackson just noted this:
Brook was involved in the Pfizer trial. She informed the FDA about what was going on and then she was fired just 6.5 hours after she called the FDA.
How does that happen?!?! You confidentially tell the FDA there is a problem and the FDA releases your identity to the drug company and you get fired on the same day?!? How is that supposed to encourage people to be whistleblowers!??! Meanwhile, the medical community doesn’t say a word about this. Did you see any outrage at all from anyone in the medical community about this? I didn’t hear a peep. I guess this is how science works.
Brook personally knows of at least 8 cases of anaphylaxis post-shot.
But Pfizer told the FDA that there were 0 cases of anaphylaxis in Summary Basis for Regulatory Action dated Nov 8, 2021 (see page 25):
Who is the more likely truth teller here? We can use math to answer that question
Let’s look at the numbers.
First, anaphylaxis is easy to spot since it happens right after vaccination.
Let’s be clear: this is over 40X higher than for other vaccines per Pfizer’s own admission (247/M per Blumenthal study cf. 6/M expected!
In other words, just on this one life-threatening event alone, the COVID vaccines are 40X more dangerous than the typical vaccine.
Since there were 22,000 people who got the shot in the Pfizer trial, we expect to see around 5.4 cases of anaphylaxis.
Pfizer says 0. Brook says she knows of at least 8.
The standard deviation from the 5.4 expected cases is 2.3 since it’s a Poisson distribution.
This means that on the surface, Brook’s observation seems like it much more plausible (it’s within about 1 sigma of the mean whereas Pfizer’s report is more than 2 sigma from the mean).
Furthermore, if you believe Brook based on other factors (see the next section), her observation validates the JAMA paper numbers. These numbers are important, since they were used to derive the minimum underreporting factor of 41 in VAERS that I’ve written about many times. In fact, if you think Brook’s observations are more accurate than the JAMA paper, then the minimum VAERS underreporting factor should be closer to 82 which is devastating for the “safe and effective” narrative.
Brook Jackson has no incentive to lie
She puts herself at a huge financial risk of being sued by Pfizer. She is now out of a job and lives on donations sent to her GiveSendGo (which has only raised $6K to date). Not only that, she took out a $50K loan to fund medical treatments for the vaccine injured. That is extraordinary.
For more about clinical trial fraud
I wrote previously about Pfizer Phase 3 clinical trial fraud allegations that should be immediately investigated by the FDA.
Pfizer isn’t interested in talking about it to lift any clouds of suspicion.
The FDA said they would investigate but did NOTHING, even when it is clear cut as in the Maddie de Garay case.
Now we have yet another data point to add to the article which indicates that at least one adverse event was underreported by 10X or more. I wonder how many more adverse events there are like this? Unfortunately, nobody wants to know the answer to that, not the FDA, not Congress, not the CDC. Because it isn’t about your safety. It’s about not making people look bad.