Coronavirus Vaccinations Seem to be Causing 50 Times the Adverse Events of Flu Vaccinations after Just the First of Two Shots

by | Jan 6, 2021

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Journalist Alex Berenson has uncovered some disturbing numbers in regard to the less than a million doses of experimental coronavirus vaccines that had been injected in Americans through December 22.

Berenson related at Twitter on Tuesday that the vaccine injury reporting system of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had received reports of 307 emergency room visits and 17 “life threatening” events for people who had received the injection of the first of two shots in the vaccination regimen. This, Berenson writes, is “roughly 50 times the rate of adverse events from the flu vaccine.”

While Berenson notes that doctors and other people may be “more diligent” about reporting adverse events related to the coronavirus vaccines than related to the flu vaccines, that seems unlikely to account for most of the increase.

It gets worse. Berenson writes that these numbers are coming after shots given mostly “to healthy people in settings where problems can be quickly treated’ and “BEFORE the rollout to older, less healthy people.” He also relates that the numbers have arisen after just the first coronavirus vaccine shot — “before the 2nd dose, which is known to be far mor dangerous.”

Read more about Berenson’s observations in a ZeroHedge article here.

When considering these numbers for adverse events after people take the first of two coronavirus vaccine shots, it should be kept in mind that for most people the risk of death from coronavirus is miniscule.

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  • Adam Dick

    Adam worked from 2003 through 2013 as a legislative aide for Rep. Ron Paul. Previously, he was a member of the Wisconsin State Board of Elections, a co-manager of Ed Thompson's 2002 Wisconsin governor campaign, and a lawyer in New York and Connecticut.