Just In: Pfizer Lied About Cardiovascular Deaths in Vaccine Trials
“I hate my life so much right now.” Those are the heart wrenching words that professional mountain bike racer Kyle Warner stated on an Instagram video this week. The 29-year-old professional athlete received a triple-whammy after taking the second Pfizer shot for COVID. He developed sudden pericarditis, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and reactive arthritis. His health and professional career have been permanently destroyed.
Six people in his vaccine injury support group have killed themselves in the last month. Warner is trying to use his status as a vaccine victim to call for liability against Big Pharma, due to the very real harm that their vaccines are causing. And he may eventually win that fight, now that we know that Pfizer lied about the number of deaths that were caused during its clinical trials.
The Pfizer shot was initially cleared for emergency use authorization when its existence was announced back in December of 2020. At that time, Pfizer told us that even though the shot was safe and effective, they were now going to start conducting safety trials on it. You know, just to reassure everyone as to the safety and effectiveness. They vaccinated 22,000 people with their miracle medicine and gave another 22,000 people in the control group a placebo saline shot.
Fast-forward to July of this year, when they posted the first six months’ worth of data. On July 28, Pfizer claimed that 15 people in the vaccinated group had died, compared to 14 in the placebo group. Only three people in both groups died of COVID. Most of the people in the vaccinated group died of cardiovascular or heart-related illnesses.
But it turns out that Pfizer didn’t accurately share its information with the public in that announcement. They told the world that 15 vaccinated people died during this trial, but in their numbers that they shared with the FDA, the real number was 21 fatalities. The FDA let this little factoid slip out this week when they issued a 30-page report on their decision to approve the vaccines in late August. Whoops.
That’s 21 cardiovascular-related deaths out of 22,000 people. Does that sound rare? Not compared to most medicines and vaccines that are on the market. That’s nearly a 1 in 1,000 chance that you will die from a heart attack or related cardiovascular event if you get the shot. If you’re under the age of 60, you have about a 1 in 1,000 chance of dying from COVID itself.
What rational person would take this vaccine if they knew the odds were just as good that they could keel over from a heart attack as die from COVID?
We know a couple of things from this release of new, corrected numbers of deaths from the Pfizer shots. First, Pfizer knew that this shot was causing an extraordinary number of heart-related deaths as early as March of 2021. Second, they didn’t want the public to know this because they covered up the true number for eight months. We only know about this discrepancy because it was uncovered in the FDA paperwork in November.
You’ve probably heard a lot about the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) by now, and the failures of that system. All hospitals are supposed to report vaccine injuries to that system with the CDC, but it’s cumbersome, it takes too long, and far too many doctors and nurses don’t bother with it. But it turns out that there’s another system tracking vaccine injuries and deaths: The CMS Medicare Tracking System.
Because it’s a Medicare system, reporting requirements are different and it turns out that this database is getting filled in (hospitals lose federal funding if they don’t keep up with Medicare rules). Data from the Medicare Tracking System shows that 19,400 Medicare patients under the age of 80 have died within 14 days of getting the second Pfizer shot. An additional 28,065 Medicare patients over the age of 80 have died within 14 days of the shot. That’s 48,465 additional deaths from the shots, which are separate from the tens of thousands of (underreported) deaths listed in the VAERS system.
Which means that well in excess of 100,000 people have been killed by the shots in America. That “immune from liability” clause that the vaccine companies have enjoyed so far doesn’t seem like it’s going to hold up much longer when the public finds out about these truths.