They forgot to tell you: the new bivalent vaccines make it MORE likely you'll get COVID
The more boosters you get, the more depressed your immune system becomes. That's why every time they inject you, it makes you more vulnerable to getting COVID.
The data I’ve been able to collect is consistent with the hypothesis that the more boosters you get, the worse the outcome.
Even the Moderna data was consistent with that.
Only one hospital, The Wayne Center (nursing home) Wayne PA, did they think the booster made things slightly better. In 10 places, it made NO DIFFERENCE. Everywhere else, the reporters believed it made things worse.
In 71 places, they believed it made things MUCH WORSE.
But wait… didn’t the government agencies say it reduces your risk of death from COVID by 10X?
If that is true, then how come I can’t find any nursing home in the world where that happened? It’s easy to find places where the all-cause mortality (ACM) skyrocketed after the shot (one Australian nursing home in Clifton Hill lost over 20% of their residents in 12 months after the shots rolled out), but I can’t seem to find a success story where the ACM plummeted after the shots. Odd, isn’t it?
Moderna data that was initially withheld from the FDA
More troubling is that Moderna decided not to share with the FDA panel information that is consistent with my hypothesis that more boosters made you more likely to be infected with COVID.
Find this hard to believe? This is a direct quote from the CNN article entitled FDA vaccine advisers ‘disappointed’ and ‘angry’ that early data about new Covid-19 booster shot wasn’t presented for review last year which said:
The data that was not presented to the experts looked at actual infections: who caught Covid-19 and who did not.
It found that 1.9% of the study participants who received the original booster became infected. Among those who got the updated bivalent vaccine – the one that scientists hoped would work better – a higher percentage, 3.2%, became infected. Both versions of the shot were found to be safe.
In other words, when the data shows the vaccines aren’t working, the drug companies do the only ethical (in their mind) thing: they withhold the data from the FDA panel.
Paul Offit said he’s not getting the bivalent booster. He said there is no benefit and it’s all risk. For once, I agree with Paul.
If Paul Offit isn’t taking the new bivalent booster, why should you?
Answer: You shouldn’t. Nobody should.
Will anyone from the drug companies debate any of us on whether more boosters are both safe and beneficial?
No way. They’d lose.
The drug companies don’t stand behind their product. They don’t need to because:
they have liability protection (why do they need that again???) and
because they have conned lawmakers all over the world into coercing people to take the vaccine.
The only thing a debate would do is expose that they are lying about the safety and efficacy of the vaccines. That’s why none of them will take my $1M bet (with a term sheet similar to this one I negotiated with Saar Wilf for $500K) and show the world I’m wrong. Because they know they will lose and that will end their revenue stream.
I’m willing to bet anyone $1M I’m right on any of these topics:
The mRNA vaccines in the US have killed more people than they’ve saved
The three randomized trials have not shown that masks make a measurable positive difference in protecting people from getting COVID
The mRNA COVID vaccines cause strokes
The mRNA vaccines cause measurable heart injury in >2% of people injected
The vaccines have seriously injured over 500,000 people in America
More boosters do not improve your risk of death
They (CDC and medical community) are willing to risk your LIFE that they are right about the safety of the COVID vaccines, but aren't willing to risk even a dime of their MONEY that they are wrong.
In short, for the drug companies, I’m willing to lower the bet to a dime just to prove that they won’t even risk a dime of their money. But risking your life? No problem! They have no liability!
Think about it.
You should be very upset about this.