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beebefootballfan
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Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
11,190 deaths
41,000 hospitalizations
4100 anaphylaxis reactions
3714 reports of Bells Palsy
1272 miscarriages
4800 heart attacks
12,808 permanent disabilities

I mean that’s one hell of a safety record. They normally don’t let those great results get out of animals trials.

And that’s just what’s been reported.
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Eli Goldfinger
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
Now do those as percentages of total.


teke184
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
And then compare those percentages to the percentages of catching Covid and then having extreme symptoms from Covid.


beebefootballfan
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
Once again, those stats normally get pulled during animal trials.

Why do I care about % if we are bending the rules.


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Bham Bammer
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
There’s been 346 million doses given in the US alone. Those numbers aren’t shite.
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Crimson1st
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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Now do those as percentages of total.


We’ll get on that right after you disclose your financial interests in the companies pushing the jabs…deal?


hubertcumberdale
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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11,190 deaths
41,000 hospitalizations
4100 anaphylaxis reactions
3714 reports of Bells Palsy
1272 miscarriages
4800 heart attacks
12,808 permanent disabilities

I mean that’s one hell of a safety record. They normally don’t let those great results get out of animals trials.

And that’s just what’s been reported.


Do you get off to spreading fear?

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Established in 1990, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a national early warning system to detect possible safety problems in U.S.-licensed vaccines. VAERS is co-managed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). VAERS accepts and analyzes reports of adverse events (possible side effects) after a person has received a vaccination. Anyone can report an adverse event to VAERS. Healthcare professionals are required to report certain adverse events and vaccine manufacturers are required to report all adverse events that come to their attention.

VAERS is a passive reporting system, meaning it relies on individuals to send in reports of their experiences to CDC and FDA. VAERS is not designed to determine if a vaccine caused a health problem, but is especially useful for detecting unusual or unexpected patterns of adverse event reporting that might indicate a possible safety problem with a vaccine. This way, VAERS can provide CDC and FDA with valuable information that additional work and evaluation is necessary to further assess a possible safety concern.



93and99
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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There’s been 346 million doses given in the US alone. Those numbers aren’t shite.



Who cares?

Mind your own fricking business.

Didn't your parents teach you that?


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FightinTigersDammit
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
Enough to fill up the Superdome


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beebefootballfan
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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Those numbers aren’t shite.


And they are likely much higher. Lots of reports of doctors not reporting stuff to VAERS.

I know an individual who had been suffering from bells since 4 days after first dose and her doctor won’t report it.


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Bham Bammer
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
Sure you do.


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FightinTigersDammit
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
My ex-gf's doctor wanted to mark her down as having complications from Covid, even though she had tested negative twice.


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hubertcumberdale
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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And they are likely much higher. Lots of reports of doctors not reporting stuff to VAERS.

I know an individual who had been suffering from bells since 4 days after first dose and her doctor won’t report it.


This is not true, anyone can submit a report to VAERS. Here is the link
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TulaneFan
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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11,190 deaths
41,000 hospitalizations
4100 anaphylaxis reactions
3714 reports of Bells Palsy
1272 miscarriages
4800 heart attacks
12,808 permanent disabilities


The vaccine probably has more deaths and complications than covid does if anyone actually knew what the real numbers were


Scorpio58
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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Those numbers aren’t shite.


Tell that to the 11,190 families that buried a loved one who may have had a 98% chance of surviving the virus. Even if half that died were healthy and had no other factors that would have contributed to Covid death, that is still 5,500 healthy dead people!
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hubertcumberdale
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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Tell that to the 11,190 families that buried a loved one who may have had a 98% chance of surviving the virus


Where are you getting this specific number?


TigerNlc
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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Do you get off to spreading fear?

Like saying choose the vaccine or choose death?


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habanos
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
Those numbers are highly suppressed.


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Chrome
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
Apparently the real problem is not just what side effects you might have but is it even worth the risk if it isn't that effective. HCQ has been shown to be effective and it's been used for years.
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Bard
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re: Why wouldn’t you want a successful vaccine with these stats?
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Now do those as percentages of total.


Not a problem.

0% of those suffering adverse reactions from the vaccines have any legal recourse (nor do their families) for compensation of any sort of damages from the pharmaceutical companies due to this all being done under the Prep Act.


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