By
G. McConway
|
December 1, 2022

REPORT: CDC Left Key Information Off Post-Vaccine Surveys

As if we needed another reason not to trust the government.

This is going to be a major hit against the Biden administration in terms of what it was selling to the American people regarding the COVID vaccine.

In the very early stages of data collection, a key side-effect the CDC knew existed was left off the surveys.

Cannot Trust Them

The information came to light via a lawsuit to obtain CDC files on the matter by the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN).

Between December 2020 and April 21, 2021, there were roughly 8.5 million people that signed up via smartphone app to report the side effects of the vaccine.

Of those, roughly eight percent reported needing medical care after having received their vaccine shot.

Of those, almost 75 percent of patients over the age of three, Telehealth visits were not adequate.

The breakdown was 48 percent requiring urgent care, 15 percent needing emergency room care, and 10 percent needing hospitalization.

One in three reported adverse reactions to the vaccine that caused them to miss work.

That is just a sampling of the data that the administration was actively seeking.

ICAN, however, reported that it took about 18 months to get "five excel files which likely took the CDC minutes to download and produce."

There were numerous side-effects that the CDC left off the "check-the-box" conditions for users to select, as you can see in the tweet below…

Siri added that the failure to list these adverse events when it knew they were occurring is "one of the best and most compelling pieces of evidence supporting premeditated [wrongful] conduct."

He continued, "The CDC, in dozens of publications, relied on the data from v-safe to argue and support its recommendations regarding Covid-19 vaccination that upended the lives of tens of millions of Americans who refused to comply."

Yet, it now seems as though the agency was collectively editing the data it wanted to use to make these recommendations.

What is even more deceptive is that many of the checkboxes on the survey were common and unharmful symptoms, such as fatigue and pain.

Meanwhile, more serious conditions were blatantly left off.

Instead, those conditions were relegated to the free-text fields, where results were underreported by survey takers.

The report is extremely troublesome, but it is something I highly recommend you read when you have about 15 minutes to sit down and really concentrate on the findings.

You can read the report in full on Just the News.

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