Could the Uptick in Traffic Accidents/Fatalities be Blamed on Vaccines?
Depending on which report you read, you’ll be given different percentages for the rise in traffic accidents, which has seen a steady rise in 2020 and 2021. And it looks as though those incidents may be getting worse.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, crash fatalities in 2020 were at an estimated 38,680 – the largest number it’s been since 2007 – despite the covid lockdowns causing more people to stay home and drive less – an estimated 430.2 billion miles less.
2020 saw a 7.2 percent jump, compared to 36,096 fatalities reported in 2019.
The National Safety Council estimated 21,450 people died on the road in the first 6 months of 2021, going by those numbers and with the busy Thanksgiving and Christmas season approaching, 2021 looks like it may break another record.
You only have to drive five minutes on the Interstate or even a highway, and it’s not hard to guess why. Drivers these days are horrible. Terrible. Road rage inducing, even.
But there could be another reason for the sudden spike and some are speculating that the increase in traffic accidents, could be the result of people being vaccinated.
There’s a reason ‘died suddenly’ is the top trending search on Google. The dozens of articles that pop up when it’s entered into the search engine, suggests adverse reactions from coronavirus shots, are not as rare as the mainstream media would have you believe.
So it’s not out of the realm of possibility that some of these adverse reactions could be happening post-vax, while driving.
People can spend hours per week commuting in their vehicles, and since mandates have kicked in, forcing people to get vaxxed, the number of people driving around like ticking time bombs, is only going to increase.
Eight states have seen a huge spike, ranging from 30% to 51% more fatalities than previous years – making Oregon, South Dakota, Minnesota, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Vermont and Tennessee, some of the most dangerous states to drive in.
Interestingly, according to data from Mayo Clinic, all states with high fatalities, also have high vaccination rates. All eight states have a vaccination rate of over 85%, with the average being over 95% in people over 65 years old.
For people between the ages of 18 and 64, vaccination rates sit around 65% with the highest being Vermont with 76.2% of people in that age group being fully vaccinated.
Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana and now Transportation Secretary called the rise in accidents a “crisis” in America, saying:
“We cannot and should not accept these fatalities as simply a part of everyday life in America”.
Buttigieg plans on pushing Tesla’s unreliable and dangerous “full self-driving” cars.
Like people would be able to afford a Tesla vehicle in Biden’s America.
Since the cars have been on the road, the “auto-pilot” feature is causing road accidents and there have been fatalities.
One Tesla vehicle veered off the highway, crashing into objects before coming to a sudden halt. Allegedly it was caused by the vehicle being unable to read the lane markings, causing the vehicle to become confused and crash.
What could possibly go wrong if there’s more of them on the road?
Some ‘experts’ are blaming the increase in accidents on vehicles “getting bigger”, while others blame increased speed on interstates and highways.
If officials were honest, they would at least acknowledge that the vaccines may be causing the wrecks. Instead, they’ll continue to make excuses. Any excuse will do, so long as the vaccines aren’t being blamed.