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Steve, You have missed some important reason for under-reporting to the VAERS system. Even after you take the time to understand the VAERS reporting system, it takes about half an hour of clinician time to complete the cumbersome process for each case. This is unreimbursed time. Self-employed folks are struggling financially. Employed clinicians have strict schedules, so most can only do the reporting on their own personal time. And, this reporting is actively discouraged by many institutions.

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Fabulous work, Steve.

How soon after midterms before the "red team" takes the field and sets up a team comprised of FLCCC and VSRF members (such as yourself) to conduct oversight as an overhaul of existing failed governmental agencies takes place?

None too soon, me thinks!

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"How do you know that the vaccines are safe?"

"A billion doses and there's been very few problems."

"How do you know there have been few issues?"

"The CDC haS a system in place to monitor adverse advents."

"Right, it's called VAERS. It's shattered any previous records of adverse reporting."

"Ya, that's unreliable."

"If the system in place to monitor the safety of vaccines is unreliable, how do you know it's safe?"

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"Billions of doses dude."

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I have a friend (who lives in California, of course) who, when I showed her the OpenVAERS site, used the fraud argument. She's been quad-jabbed and filed a VAERS report each time, in order to counter-balance against this supposed fraud. If there is indeed fraud, it's so gigantic that it would be easy to spot and hard to ignore.

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Only trolls/shill can say VAERS is overreported, there is enough evidence the opposite is the case, most health workers here report never because they are told not to in my country, you have trouble if you do.

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If there was a horde of trolls filing fake vaccine reports then it would surely make the headline news after they get busted. I mean they are going to get busted because the CDC is doing the most extensive safety monitoring in history so they are certainly taking care of that.

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Has anyone had family members who were never vaxxed but suddenly developed new problems after the COVID-19 "vaccine" rollouts? I wonder about the possible effects of shedding. Three of my family members who were in their 80s - my father, my mother, and my aunt - died last year. They were all in frequent close contact with healthcare personnel for various non-lethal health problems (physical therapy, skin problems, eye exams, etc.). My mother and my aunt both developed shingles. My father suddenly and unexpectedly died of heart failure in March. He had recently had an ultrasound to check for DVT (blood clots) in his legs after developing swelling in one of them; the d-dimer test come back positive/high, but the ultrasound didn't reveal any clots. My aunt died in March of sepsis. My mother began having strokes early last year, which ended up killing her in October. All of this occurred in 2021.

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Oct 24, 2022·edited Oct 24, 2022

I kept getting the angry and irrational attack when I commented on NY Times articles in the comment section mentioning VAERS that "anyone" can file reports and it was unreliable. The question is "who" was filing the fake reports? It is onerous to file a report, they are checked out, verified in many cases and deleted by the corrupt CDC, ie if someone dies and can't pick up the phone or respond. So really the only aspect of them that is unreliable is due to the CDC cancel culture.

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It seems interesting that healthcare workers are less likely to report adverse events related to the COVID shots than other shots in VAERS. They don't WANT the jabs to look bad. It's a very sad day when you realize there are healthcare workers who don't look out for your best interests, but only parrot a narrative.

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How can the CDC simultaneously claim that VAERS is over reported and under reported?

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I am wondering if the reasons listed for why healthcare workers aren’t speaking up relate to all vaccines in general. Here are some of the reasons that healthcare workers are underreporting events associated with the [ALL] vaccines:

Doctors are told over and over again that the… vaccines are extremely safe and there are only a few adverse events and they are mild.

Doctors are discouraged from filing VAERS reports because that would increase vaccine hesitancy which is not the patriotic thing to do. [and only fuels the “anti-vax” movement]

There are also so many more events happening (autism, allergies, immune conditions, child cancer) for these vaccines that even doctors who realize what is going on don’t have the time to file the reports.

Would add the corruption, regulatory capture, financial incentives, and revolving door of the both CDC and FDA vaccine regulatory boards. For that matter, the financial incentives of your regular physician practice and the financial ties of vaccine schedule compliance and both federal/state funds. Bureaucratization of medicine and the elimination of independent physicians has put the patient last.

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I was bed ridden those days the survey was out but I was made aware of them. I watched the are the kids okay video and balled my eyes out and was In the bed for a week from being overwhelmed.

You know me and who I am but those who don’t , I’m Lyndsey and a prior 36 year old healthy prior collegiate softball athlete and RN, and I’m a vax injured RN who has never had the virus. I also have proof via special labs and imaging tests that shows active cytokine storm and a walking micro clot.

My labs are comparable to those who are on the ventilators in the icu and knocking on heavens door, so the myth of oh you just had a mild case is debunked from my labs and imaging results. Steve, I had two doctor visits this week and I’ve improved slightly each day since being bedridden. I even got to venture out to the wild (the public) on my own and drive my Jeep that’s been sitting for months now without any dizzy spells.

I went to get cbc and cmp checked, pick up my meds from the pharmacy, get a haircut from my cousin, and pick up food from two of my favorite restaurants I haven’t been in since May! The employees saw me and started crying and ran to give me hugs bc they thought I had died. I almost felt like a person again until I look in the mirror.

My hair is finally starting to come back in, I’m gaining some weight back ( from 99.5 lbs to 115 lbs) and my speech is coherent and a lot more clear. I slept through a full night one night as well. Still having lots of joint swelling/pain, short term memory and cognitive issues and my hands are still botched up with mild tremors and delay in grip with this weird nerve shooting pain sensation when I grab something wrong.

I’d say since diagnosed late into month 4 I was knocking on heavens door and was at - % function wise and proud to say I’m prob at 25-30 % functional now. Slowly progressing though.

I was also informed that I was nominated as one of the county’s inductees to the hall of sports fame for softball. I didn’t get the honors this year but the nomination made me cry. I told the sport writer I hoped to be around to be able to be inducted into it next year.

Since the fall has brought some Nc cooler temps, I’m also able to sit out on my back patio seating that I’ve called long Haulin lgs oasis without the sun burning my skin off like a lupus vampire.

Wanted to share this with you and see if you got that email I sent you last week? Hope you are well. And you are not crazy. You are one of Gods soldiers trying to save lives and get the truth out which I have to remind myself everyday that’s why we were chosen bc we can do this and are strong enough to help save the whole damn world, one precious life at a time! Keep it up! Much love like always,

Your favorite sassy sweet Carolina nurse- Long Haulin with Lg clot shot style - Lyndsey Nicole House, RN

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We reported the death of my wife’s best friend. She was 47. Died in her sleep. We are her daughter’s guardians now. It’s rough.

She was murdered by Pfizer lot EN 6201. That lot has 200 reports of death in VAERS now. You can verify this by

1. going to wonder.cdc.gov

2. Clicking on vaccine adverse event reporting system

3. Agree

4. Click on VAERS data search

5. Search by lot #

6. Enter 6201

See for yourself. Im not saying that lot was maliciously poisonous. I am saying that the simple fact this lot is not part of a recall is evidence that no one that is supposed to is acting on the most basically obvious safety signal there could be. It torpedoes all credibility for the whole government undertaking.

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Off topic important info:

"The New York Times and Politico are the public relations firms for Main Justice, the DOJ and FBI. The Washington Post handles the needs of the Intelligence Community (IC) and the Central Intelligence Agency. Meanwhile CNN is managed by the needs of the U.S. State Dept. These direct relationships have been discussed here for several years."

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/

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As many posters have said. The ultimate goal of mrna shots may not be to kill us all.

That would hurt the profits of pfizer and moderna. The goal of the covid shots most likely is to make us so sick that we need to be on big pharma drugs for life.

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