Jay Bonnar's anecdote is statistically impossible if the COVID vaccines are safe
Jay lost 15 of his friends who all "died suddenly." All were vaccinated. Four dropped dead within 24 hours of the shot. 3 of the 4 were ~30 years old, perfectly healthy before their death. Whoa.
Most people who call themselves “scientists” are dismissive of anecdotes, especially if the numbers are small (such as less than 20). They are fond of educating people that “the plural of anecdote is anecdotes, not data.”
This is simply untrue. In fact, it is misinformation.
A single, independently-verifiable anecdote can be extremely powerful. It can totally destroy the scientific consensus and prove beyond any reasonable doubt that the CDC is lying.
I’m going to show you an example of this in this article.
One guy whose verifiable story completely blows the "safe and effective” narrative.
Jay Bonnar has lost one friend in his life “unexpectedly.” Since the vaccines rolled out, he’s lost 15 friends; all vaccinated. And 4 of those friends died on the same day as the vaccine and 3 of them were under 30. One of the four was 24 and died in his sleep.
The probability this happened by chance is given by poisson.sf(14, .25) which is 5.6e-22, which is statistically impossible. Something caused those deaths. The fact that 4 of the 15 happened on the same day as they were vaccinated and that only Jay’s vaccinated friends died unexpectedly leaves no doubt as to the cause.
I’ll show how we can apply various statistical analyses to Jay’s story to show convincingly that what Jay observed cannot happen by chance and cannot happen if the vaccines are as safe as the FDA claims.
The only way to explain Jay’s story is that the COVID vaccines are killing around 1 person per 1,000 doses as I’ve said before.
Jay’s story aligns with my estimate and is statistically impossible if the vaccines are as “safe” (as the FDA has claimed).
Jay’s story at a glance
Jay is a 57 year old sales executive in Seattle, WA
Jay has 7500 direct friends that he knows personally; he estimates 75% have taken the COVID vaccine: 5,625 vaxxed and 1,875 unvaxxed.
0 unexpected deaths in Jay’s history prior to the vax rollout; this includes during COVID, but before the vaccine.
Since the COVID vaccines rolled out, Jay has lost 15 friends, all vaccinated, who died “unexpectedly.” None of his unvaccinated friends died.
4 of his 15 friends who died died within 24 hours of their COVID vaccine. I’d call this a smoking gun. It’s a clue as to what might have killed them.
3 of the 4 “same day” deaths were in people who were 30 years old
None of them had COVID at the time they died or just before they died. Everyone who got vaccinated and died had COVID at least once. Jay estimates his vaccinated friends are getting COVID at a rate easily 4X more than his unvaccinated friends.
Jay estimates he has roughly 7,500 friends (email contacts, LinkedIn contacts, etc). These are all direct relationships where Jay has spoken directly to that person.
Before the COVID vaccines rolled out, Jay had never, in his entire life, known anyone who died unexpectedly. This means when he heard of the death, he would react as “wow, that was totally unexpected.” So someone who is involved in a traffic accident isn’t unexpected because accidents happen. Someone who has a long history of heart disease who dies from heart disease isn’t unexpected. Someone who is very old dying from natural causes or an accident isn’t unexpected. An unexpected death means the person was fine the day before they died and then, was dead the next day. For example, a 20 year old who is totally fit dies in his sleep. Or a 40 year old develops a “turbo cancer” and dies a couple of months later.
Jay knows only one person who died from COVID.
Jay is the very first person I’ve talked to who personally knew more than 10 people who died unexpectedly and who was willing to disclose their names so that third party fact-checkers could verify the information was true. This makes his story unique. So Jay wasn’t cherry picked from thousands of anecdotes. He was simply the first person who spoke to me who had a large enough sample to be statistically interesting and who could reveal names so that his story could be verified.
However, even if I talked to everyone in the world, I wouldn’t be able to find anyone with Jay’s story if the vaccines were perfectly safe and not causing unexpected deaths (I’d have to chat with at least 2e21 people to find such a person which is 12 orders of magnitude more people than on planet Earth).
You can watch the interview with Jay here. I summarize all the key points below.
The key takeaways are:
The COVID vaccine is killing people at the rate of 1 per 1,000 doses. Jay’s data is exactly aligned with this. There were 14,000 estimated doses among his vaccinated friends and 15 of them died unexpectedly.
The probability this happened by chance is given by poisson.sf(14, .25) which is 5.6e-22. So this can’t happen by chance. SOMETHING killed Jay’s friends and 4 of the 15 died on the same day as they were vaccinated. What do you think it was?
Isn’t it amazing the power of a single anecdote? Many anecdotes, when they are reflective of the mean, don’t tell us much. But when an anecdote has skewed statistics like Jay’s, we can start get data that aligns perfectly with other statistical data we have gathered.
The CDC and FDA are lying to you by claiming the COVID vaccine is safe (which means kills 1 in 1M). The probability the FDA is right is poisson.sf(14, .014)=
1.2e-40 which basically says there is no way the FDA is right (14,000 doses should yield .014 deaths per the FDA, and Jay observed 15; we have to subtract 1 because the survival function is >X rather than >=X).
There is no other way to explain away this data. For example, even if Jay is “more aware” of deaths now which accounts for the dramatic rise in unexpected deaths he observed post-vaccine, the sheer number of unexpected deaths Jay experienced relative to the size of his friend network make this an anecdote that cannot be dismissed with hand-waving arguments about heightened perception; it just means that one of the many mathematical analyses (rate before COVID vs. after COVID) could be attacked.
The rate of unexpected deaths is probably around 100X higher than it was before the COVID vaccines (which was very small). Virtually all the increase in this category has been driven by the COVID vaccine. So, for example, in the last 55 years, Jay never had an unexpected death. But say he’s only noticing this since age 35. So 20 years, no events. Now he’s averaging 6 per year. So if he had one death in the 30 years, that would be a 120X increase.
Note that athlete sudden deaths increased by just 19X (538/yr vs. an average of 29 per year per GoodSciencing.com), but there was a baseline of 29 expected deaths per year; the number of unexpected deaths (where people just died unexpectedly was likely <20% per year so 6 deaths that were truly unexpected, so the net new number of unexpected deaths is 509/yr vs 6/year is nearly a 100X increase).
The only way to explain Jay’s evidence is that the COVID vaccine caused the 15 excess deaths.
Jay Bonnar saw a lot more black swans than is humanly possible if the CDC is telling the truth
Basically, Jay Bonnar saw 15 black swans recently even though the CDC claimed that black swans (people who died unexpectedly from the COVID vaccine) are really rare.
There is no way that the CDC can gaslight this by pointing to studies claiming that there are a small number of black swans out in the wild.
It happened and it’s verifiable: Jay saw 15 black swans.
In fact, it’s even worse. Four of the people who died were double-black swans (died on the same day as the vaccine); these are 180X rarer than just black swans!
The CDC essentially said the vaccines are safe which means they kill fewer than 1 person per million doses. So Jay’s vaccinated friends, with 14,000 doses, should have experienced .014 deaths according to the CDC, but instead ended up with over 1,000 times that number of deaths. The chance of that happening just by random “bad luck” to Jay is 1.2e-40 for Jay to see 15 or more black swans (this is given by the survival function
Jay’s story is basically unexplainable if the CDC is telling the truth and the COVID vaccines are perfectly safe.
The CDC is lying. The COVID vaccines are unsafe. It’s a mathematical certainty.
In short, Jay saw way too many black swans for us to believe the CDC that black swans are really as rare as they claim.
Anyone can verify his anecdote (because he lists all the names) and anyone can do the math.
Conversely, based on my estimates of 1 death per 1,000 doses, we get
poisson.sf(14, 14)=0.42956328717262765 which means my explanation is perfectly reasonable whereas the FDA’s is statistically impossible.
If I’m wrong, simply explain how Jay could see so many black swans among his 7,500 friends.
How I met Jay
Jay subscribes to my Substack. He filled out a survey and I called him to verify his survey entry. It was then he mentioned his story to me.
Jay’s friends who have died
Died within 24 hours of COVID vaccination (4):
Scott Plutko, 53, - work colleague, SVP of Global Channels, Saviynt; talked of getting boosted “to do the right thing” and 24 hours later had a massive heart attack and dropped dead in front of a live audience in London during a tech presentation. Proof he died
Alexander Nuber, 30 y.o. Man, worked out at my gym, perfectly fit and healthy. We spoke in person about how eager he was to get the C19 injection. He received it and four hours later dropped dead at home. Doctors were baffled. He died October 17, 2021. Here is his obituary. There is no mention that he died on the same day he was vaccinated. Are you surprised? The COVID vaccine is the killer that few people have enough courage to blame.
Zach Broten, 30, personal trainer, worked at my gym. Had a heart attack on the same day as the shot and died just days before his 31st birthday. He told other people at the gym he had just received the C19 injection.
Andrew Titus (nephew) - 28, perfectly healthy collegiate lacrosse athlete, died suddenly in sleep right after getting the shot; had received both injections and several boosters. Doctors were baffled as to the cause. Here’s his obituary. No mention he died on the day he got vaccinated
Other unexpected deaths (11)
Jay notice 11 other “unexpected” deaths. They were all among his vaccinated friends. Was that a coincidence? Read their stories and then read the analysis below to determine the likelihood that Jay just got “unlucky” and that these are simply all “coincidences.”
Alejandrino Taculad (former father-in-law), 78, received injections and boosters. 60 days later was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Never smoked or drank alcohol a day in his life; died 90 days after getting the jab.
Matt Runte, 44, Seattle firefighter. I knew Matt through friends in the first-responder community. Mandated to get the jab (the Seattle firefighters who refused the jab are suing). Matt was out for a jog and just dropped dead right before his shift. Here’s the story on his unexpected death:
Jessica Wilson, early 30’s - Seattle mom, my kids attended the same school where hers did; couldn’t volunteer as room mom w/out the jab per Gov Inslee mandate, blood clots in lungs weeks after injection and died suddenly one week later.
Dori Monson, 61, radio talk show host, met through friends - died of “cardiac event”; he was vaccinated and spoke of his regret for getting it prior to death.
Chloe Nuttbrock, 18, Mukilteo HS student - aneurysm, daughter of a friend/neighbor, vaccinated. Had migraines after covid vax. Died 1 week later.
Gabriel Jungmann, 20, of Bellevue - died suddenly while showering; vaccinated.
Chris Smith, 31, heart attack - XFL athlete, went to my church, vaccinated per league requirements.
Rachel Marshall, 42, owner of Rachel’s Ginger Beer - died suddenly (cardiac arrest). I was a customer at her shop (but stopped going after they required vaccines). Vocal vaccine and mask proponent.
David Black, 55, work colleague (Boeing), died suddenly (cardiac arrest); no known health problems; Boeing has mandatory vax requirement.
Steven Hahn, 54, church member, died suddenly and unexpectedly from “heart problems” - wife said he had been vaccinated. Nobody can explain this. No known health problems. Super-healthy guy.
Michael Howland, early 40’s, died from a heart attack just walking on the beach while on vacation in Cancun, Mexico with family, super fit. Triathlete. Company had a C19 injection mandate.
Rosalinda Taculad (former mother-in-law), 70, had a massive stroke just 1 week after her second injection. She is permanently disabled now; her husband Alejandrino died 120 days after his injections.
Hannah, friend of my wife - 25, perfectly healthy, stroke and paralysis, permanently disabled a few months after getting the jab. Told me how excited she was to get the C19 vaccine so she could “get on with life.” Refuses to admit it was the vaccine. Believes she was injured because she was working too hard (50 hours/week). Doctors baffled as to how a 25 year-old could be disabled. Her vertigo is so bad that she can’t work. Tinnitus. Paralysis. Constant pain. Thousand needles. No relief.
Steve, former manager at work - VP Sales, 52, heart attack 1 week after his booster; Steve was a vocal advocate of the injections, tried to convince me to take it “to do the right thing” and stated everyone in his family would be vaccinated (see below).
Steve’s 16 yo daughter - HS soccer star, full scholarship to Univ of UT, heart attack after booster and permanently disabled; had to have a pacemaker installed for the rest of her life. Her heart attack happened while Steve was in the hospital recovering from his heart attack.
Steve’s daughter’s 16 year-old boyfriend - HS football star, heart attack after 2nd injection, can never play sports again. The boyfriend had his heart attack 2 weeks after Steve’s daughter. All three of them (Steve, daughter, boyfriend) all went to the same doctor to get injected together. They all had cardiac injuries within 1 to 2 weeks of each other.
Ryan, friend in Canada - His perfectly healthy 16 y.o. daughter had a heart attack just one day after she got the booster. Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes one month post injection. Previously perfectly healthy. Now has an implant in her kidneys. She’s now 17. The parents divorced over this incident.
Gary - 52 y.o. Man, perfectly healthy and extremely fit. MMA fighter. Runs a security company in the Seattle area. Didn’t want to do it, but was forced to get jabbed by his employer. Gary got the shot at noon and that night had a heart attack. Had to be rushed to the ER. After 3 weeks, he had to get the second shot to remain employed. Today he can’t exercise. Can’t do a push up or walk up a flight of stairs. He can no longer work.
Last names in some instances are withheld since Jay doesn’t have family permission to speak about them. The rest of the injured are 2nd hand accounts (over a dozen), friends of friends, and I don’t have last names or details other than the victims being mRNA injected and are severely or permanently disabled, cancer, diabetes, etc., with no previous medical issues pre-injection.
Analysis by Professor Norman Fenton: there is only a 1 in 81 million chance the vaccine is “safe” (i.e., doesn’t raise the mortality rate)
Watch the explanation on YouTube where he walks through the calculation.
He only uses the top-level observations.
Professor Fenton did NOT use the fact that so many people who died were young and that all were unexpected deaths. So his estimate is a LOWER BOUND. This means that accusations that I simply cherry picked this example from all the anti-vaxxers who follow me is false since even if I did that I couldn’t find a story this bad.
Evidence used: 7500 friends, 15 dead, 75% were vaccinated, only vaccinated died, none of the unvaxxed died, and 4 of the vaccinated died on the same day as the shot was given. He did NOT use their ages, medical history, and the fact that all deaths were unexpected. He didn’t use temporal proximity of any of the 11 deaths to the date of the shot.
Conclusion: the combined evidence results in a probability of only 1 in 81 million that the vaccine is safe (i.e., that the vaxxed mortality rate is no greater than the unvaxxed mortality rate).
Let H be the hypothesis: “vaxxed mortality rate is no greater than the unvaxxed mortality rate” (i.e. vaccine is safe)
By Bayes if we start with the assumption that P(H)= 0.5 (i.e. 50%) (strictly speaking we assume the mortality rates of the vaxxed and unvaxxed are uniformly distributed between 0 and 100%) then if we observe 0 deaths from 1875 unvaxxed and 15 dead from 5625 vaxxed the posterior probability of H becomes 0.0102 (i.e. 1.02%)
So we now have a revised probability P(H)=0.0102
But Let E be the evidence of at least 4 out of 15 deaths on day 1 of the vaxxed.
Now if H is true we know that the probability of observing a death on day 1 (of the 182 days) is 1/182 which is 0.0055.
Using the Binomial theorem the probability of at least 4 deaths out of 15 on day is approx 0.0000012 (about 1 in 833,333)
So we know that P(E given H) = 0.0000012
By Bayes theorem
P(H given E) = P(E given H)*P(H) / [ P(E given H)*P(H) + P(E given not H)*P(not H)
But we know P(H) = 0.0102 and P(E given H) = 0.0000012
We can also assume P(E given not H) = 1 and we know P(not H) = 0.9898
So plugging these values into Bayes Theorem gives a result of the posterior probability of H
P(H given E) = 0.00000001237
Which is about 1 in 81 million.
Poisson analysis: Jay saw 15 deaths, but the CDC said there should only be .014 deaths among his friends
Chance of seeing 15 or more deaths when the CDC predicted .014 (1 death per 1M doses and there were 14,000 doses estimated):
>>> poisson.sf(14, .014)
In other words, the CDC is lying. If the CDC were telling the truth, Jay’s observations are “statistically impossible.” In other words, there is no way the vaccine is as safe as the FDA/CDC claims. Not even close!
That’s the most important part of this analysis: we can conclusively prove the FDA and CDC are lying.
Could the vaccine not be as dangerous as I think? Could it only be killing, say, 1 person per 10,000 doses (i.e., 10X lower than I estimate)? Let’s find out:
>>> poisson.sf(14, 1.4)
Nope! This is quite stunning.
It’s basically a certainty that the COVID vaccines kill at least 1 person per 10,000 doses at a bare minimum.
Which means that the vaccines aren’t even close to being safe.
And it means that giving a vaccine to a child who has a 1 in 1M chance of dying is insane.
You’ll easily be killing 100 kids or more for every kid you might potentially save if the vaccine worked.
Poisson analysis: unexpected death rate pre-vax vs. post-vax
How about the observation that Jay never observed any unexpected deaths in his entire life and now, just in the last 2.5 years, observed 15?
Let’s estimate the rate of unexpected deaths in Jay’s life. Suppose he wasn’t paying attention to this until age 35. Also the death rates of his friends should double every 10 years.
He had zero deaths until age 55. So let’s say we call this 1 death in 10 years to be conservative.
So that is .25 deaths in a 2.5 year period.
So to see 15 or more deaths in 2.5 years would be:
>>> poisson.sf(14, .25)
which is of course never going to happen. This means that Jay’s observations of sudden deaths didn’t happen by chance.
Could it be that all of Jay’s friends are anti-vaxxers and making him aware of sudden deaths that he would have been aware of before if they were paying attention pre-vaccine? Yes, it’s possible and this makes this analysis the most suspect since “heightened awareness” can influence the outcome. But unexpected deaths are fundamentally just that: unexpected and would be expected to happen at a very low rate in normal times.
Poisson analysis: 4 deaths within 24 hours of the vaccine
If the vaccines are perfectly safe, then observing 4 deaths out of 15 deaths within 24 hours of a vaccine is pretty unlikely. So this analysis is just using the deaths… we can see how unlikely this is.
We have 15 deaths within a 6 month period between vaccines (to make life easier in our estimate). We can think of the 6 month period as days after vax.
We expect to see 15/180= .083 deaths in a day on average after a vaccine shot assuming that people get vaccinated every 180 days and 15 people died.
Given that average daily rate of deaths, the chance of 4 or more deaths within a day is given by the survival function:
>>> poisson.sf(3, .083)
which is very unlikely. But since we didn’t factor in the other key factor (all the deaths were in the vaccinated group), this is just a lower bound estimate.
This again confirms that the COVID vaccines caused the deaths of his friends within 24 hours of the shot; Jay didn’t get “unlucky.”
Fisher exact test analysis
This is using people rather than person-years to make it easy.
We had 5,625 vaxxed with 15 deaths and 1,875 unvaxxed with no deaths.
A Fisher exact test on this gives:
95% CI for the odds ratio(1.197265283117275 to infinity)
which means we are 95% certain that the vaccine is elevating deaths and that there is only a 1% chance this result happened by random chance.
So of all the tests, this is the weakest because it makes the fewest assumptions.
Fisher exact test vs. FDA claims
The Fisher exact test is much more convincing when we show whether or Jay’s observations are consistent with what the FDA claims about the safety of the vaccine.
Statistics for jay bonnar deaths per dose vs. FDA claims 999999 14000 1 15
One-sided pvalue 2.0113277011960636e-27
Odds ratio= 1071.3558293066012
>>> analyze(999999, 140000,1, 15, "jay bonnar deaths per dose vs. FDA claims assuming he has 75K friends")
Statistics for jay bonnar deaths per dose vs. FDA claims assuming he has 75K friends 999999 140000 1 15
One-sided pvalue 3.087969256238543e-13
Odds ratio= 107.14203930251273
So even if Jay had 10X as many friends as he has, it’s statistically guaranteed that the FDA is lying about the safety because Jay didn’t get that unlucky.
Finally, just for completeness, if we only attribute the “same day” deaths to the vaccine, Jay’s story is simply highly improbable if the CDC is telling us the trust:
Statistics for jay bonnar same-day deaths per dose vs. FDA claims 999999 14000 1 4
One-sided pvalue 1.7980948266055615e-07
Odds ratio= 285.6977323480599
Attacks and my response
A lot of people don’t like this article because they can’t attack the data and it reveals that the vaccine must be killing at least 1 person per 10,000 but more likely close to 1 in 1,000. A lot of people don’t like to admit this.
So they come up with reasons (hand-waving arguments) as to why my analysis must be flawed.
But the problem is Jay’s deaths happened. Nothing can reverse that. And nobody was able to explain how it could happen if the vaccines are safe.
In the following sections, I’ll go through some of the attacks.
How do you explain the Pfizer Phase 3 trial where there were only 21 deaths in the vaccine group and 17 in the placebo group
Some people claim that the vaccine has to be safe. If it really killed 1 person per 1,000 doses over a 2 year period, there would be 11 more excess deaths in the vaccine group in the Pfizer 6 month study.
Not necessarily. See this explanation.
Jay is an isolated example; he was “cherry picked”!!
Nope. Jay wasn’t cherry picked at all. He’s simply the very first person I’ve ever met who could provide the names of 15 or more people that he DIRECTLY knew who died suddenly after 2020.
For example, here are some of the responses when I asked if anyone knew more than 10 people who died suddenly in 2021 or later. I didn’t ask for the breakdown of vaxxed vs. unvaxxed. I just asked for stories of >10 unexpected deaths: good or bad.
Not surprisingly, I got a number of stories similar to Jay’s. No one had a story where the unvaxxed were dying unexpectedly at the same as the vaccinated. That in itself is telling. There are simply no cherries for anyone to pick on the opposite side!!!
What I got were stories consistent with what Jay observed:
After I DM’ed him, one of the messages he sent me was this:
More responses (you can click on each response to see the original post and replies):
There’s a very consistent pattern here. Can you see it? It’s the vaccinated who are mysteriously dying, not the unvaccinated.
Anecdotes supporting the narrative
Just to cover the playing field, I asked all my followers for anecdotes specificially supporting the “safe and effective” narrative. If the vaccines are safe, then there must be exactly as many examples where the rate of unvaccinated people dying suddenly exceeds the rate of vaccinated people dying suddenly as the reverse. It has to be symmetrical.
So there should be same number of good vs. bad anecdotes.
So these anecdotes should be EASY to find:
Guess what? Not a single person with statistic showing “unexpected” deaths higher in the unvaccinated vs. vaccinated.
And my followers would be the best place to find such stats because they would have a higher portion of unvaccinated friends (so the cohort sizes would be more comparable to make a fair rate comparison so even those with relatively small friend networks would have a good chance at providing an anecdote).
I asked for a minimum 5 or more unexpected deaths in both cohorts to have a meaningful comparison to show that the rates are comparable in the two cohorts.
Jay provided 15 unexpected deaths. If the vaccine wasn’t killing people, I’d have expected the split to be 5 (unvaxxed) and 10 (vaxxed). So my minimums are quite reasonable for anyone knowing average Americans (where the vax split is 25%-75%).
How can you be so sure it wasn’t COVID causing these unexplained deaths?
It’s very unlikely it was the COVID virus because:
None of his unvaccinated friends died unexpectedly (and Jay is not alone) in the entire 3.5 year period since 2000.
None of his friends at all died unexpectedly in 2020 when there was COVID and no vaccine. So 7500 friends and no “unexpected deaths” during COVID only.
COVID isn’t a factor in any of the stories, but the vaccine is common to all of them. For example, nobody got COVID and died the same day as they got the virus. As far as I could tell, COVID didn’t play any role in any of the deaths.
Could I have collected 81M stories and just chosen the worst story to publish?
No. There is no evidence that Jay’s story was sourced this way. I have no way to reach 81M people either; I wish I did!
Jay’s story resulted from my phone call to him which wasn’t scalable. And the phone call was about a survey response he filled out unrelated to this issue (it looked at the COVID vaccination status of his FAMILY members).
Also, even if his story was cherry picked from 100M stories, it doesn’t change the fact the CDC/FDA’s claim that the vaccine is safe is a lie. Even if Jay’s story was cherry picked from 100M submission, it’s still statistically impossible for the vaccine to be killing only 1 person per million doses or less (the definition of a safe vaccine).
How could Jay possibly know the dead/alive status of his all his friends?
These are just the stories he became aware of in his friend network.
There are undoubtedly more deaths he doesn’t know about.
There is a heightened awareness of such deaths post-COVID vaccine which likely assisted in his ability to be aware of the deaths.
But the core statistical analysis doesn’t depend on there being a change in the “situational awareness” in this case.
Only one analysis I did is dependent in any way on this on the possibility of heightened awareness (and it was specifically noted in the analysis). You are free to ignore that analysis.
The bottom line is that the truth is likely much worse than Jay is aware of because there are likely deaths that Jay didn’t know about.
Can Jay really have that many friends?
CaptainMeatBall, with 132 followers on Twitter, wrote:
Not really. I have 8,377 people in my Outlook contacts alone. I also had over 10,000 contacts on LinkedIn, but LinkedIn banned me for the rest of my life because they accused me of spreading COVID misinformation.
The people in my contacts are all people I’ve met and spoken with because all my contact are manually added. So if I reported 100 people died suddenly who were people I know previously, we can calculate a ratio.
Most people will know of zero fatalities because how many of us have over 2,000 friends that we know the dead/alive status of at any point in time? Relatively few.
That’s what makes Jay so special: he’s more heavily networked than most people.
In Jay’s case, adding up all his contacts gives us an estimate of the MAXIMUM size of his friend network. Everyone who died was in that friend network.
Undoubtedly, there were people who died who are in Jay’s contacts who is does not know about yet. So the numbers in this article are a “best case” estimate in terms of giving the vaccine the benefit of the doubt; the overall % of Jay’s verifiable friends who died is likely much larger than described here because of the number of deaths he isn’t aware of yet.
In short, if we believe CaptainMeatBall, the vaccine is killing way more 1 per 1,000 doses.
Couldn’t Jay have more friends than he told you?
Sure, but for the analyses that depend on the number of friends, it wouldn’t suddenly make the probabilities reasonable.
And for the analyses that don’t depend on the number of friends, it won’t affect those estimates at all!
So even if Jay had 100X more friends than he claimed, e.g., 750,000 friends, then Jay should expect to see 1.4 deaths over the 2.5 year period. The chance of Jay seeing 15 deaths is still infinitesimal if the FDA is telling us the truth:
>>> poisson.sf(14, 1.4)
So it’s still problematic even if Jay has 750,000 friends in his rolodex.
Furthermore, over 25% of the observed deaths happened within 24 hours of the shot. The chance of this happening is completely independent of the number of friends Jay has.
“I have many friends who didn’t die. So doesn’t that prove the vaccine is safe?”
No, because absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
In short, you cannot prove the null hypothesis. All we can do is reject or fail to reject it.
So your failure to reject the null hypothesis doesn’t preclude Jay’s anecdote which rejects it.
Comments on Fenton’s YouTube video
I tried to respond to the comments posted on Professor Fenton’s YouTube video, but this is not permitted.
Are you surprised?
The key arguments were:
GIGO (garbage in, garbage out): No, the data wasn’t made up. It’s all verifiable. Nobody has been able to find an issue with the data. None of the dead people are alive and nobody has claimed that Jay wasn’t friends with any of the people who died.
People asked about counter anecdotes. If you have a counter anecdote that proves the vaccines are safe, you are welcome to post it. I haven’t seen one and I’ve asked specifically for one. It would have to show someone where the number of unvaccinated who died suddenly is the the same proportion as the number of vaccinated who died suddenly. I’ve just never heard of any such anecdote and I asked all my Twitter followers, who are the most likely ones to be able to see this (since they have more unvaccinated friends than others), and got nothing.
Even if I cherry picked the data from 81M interviews of people, it doesn’t change the fact that the anecdote still proves conclusively that the vaccine is killing people at a rate that is orders of magnitudes higher than the FDA/CDC claims.
Fact checker notice
I welcome fact checking this article. All the names of the dead are listed. If you have trouble verifying any of the stories, please let me know. I’m happy to cooperate so that this story gets mainstream media coverage like it deserves.
It’s important to get the truth out to people.
Here are the findings:
The most important conclusion, and that is unassailable, is that the FDA/CDC are lying about the claimed safety level of the vaccine. They’ve told us that the vaccines are “safe” which means, effectively, kills fewer than 1 person per million doses. There is simply no way this could be true because Jay’s case, which is a lower bound on the kill rate, would be statistically impossible to ever come across. The vaccines are not even close to that level of safety. They are lying.
Jay’s anecdote is statistically very unlikely to happen by random chance. It’s a near certainty that the vaccine is killing people at a rate that is higher than the unvaccinated are dying over the same period of time.
My best point estimate of the rate the vaccine is killing people is 1 death per 1,000 doses. This has been noted earlier and confirmed, yet again, by this anecdote.
Jay’s data also shows it is highly unlikely that the the vaccine could be killing fewer than 1 person per 10,000 doses. In other words, it’s a safe bet that the vaccines are unsafe.
Jay’s data does not preclude the possibility that the death rate could be higher than 1 per 1,000, i.e., that the vaccine is more deadly than I think. There were likely deaths among Jay’s friends he has not yet learned about.
We gave a liberal estimate of Jay’s friends. Some people claim that nobody knows this many people. For those with that belief, the statistics calculated here are thus a conservative estimate and the vaccine is WORSE than is portrayed here.
The obituaries of all the people who died on the same day that they were COVID vaccinated never point out that the temporal association with the vaccine. Apparently, people believe that hiding that data from public view so that people don’t know the truth is going to save lives. I find this very troubling. This is analogous to a murder story where nobody wants to implicate the murderer.
Finally, YouTube censors comments that go against the narrative. I tried to respond to commenters on Professor Fenton’s YouTube video by citing the source of the data, but every single one of my comments was removed by YouTube in less than 30 seconds. It was a complete waste of my time.
We are left with the conclusion that we are being lied to and that the vaccines are not safe.
Jay can’t be credibly accused of making this story up. The names of those who died are revealed and how he knows them. Jay will assist any fact checker with verification of vaccination status for those who died.
All the deaths he cited were people he knew. And all died unexpectedly.
The statistics for just this one anecdote are consistent with the statistics I’ve found in earlier investigations: the COVID vaccines are killing 1 person per 1,000 doses on average (causing 675,000 deaths in the US).
Jay’s story confirms what we’ve known for a long time: the CDC is lying to people. The COVID vaccines are unsafe. Nobody should take them.
The reality simply doesn’t match the rhetoric. When that happens, reality should always win.
Yet in our society, the medical community prioritizes medical consensus ahead of reality. And none of the health authorities wants to talk about this article or to try to explain how all these “black swans” can be seen by one person if black swans are so rare. That’s a big problem.