Lately I’ve noticed a lot of “fact checkers” adamantly declaring that VAERS system cannot be used to prove vaccines are unsafe. Why? Because the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System set up by the FDA/CDC allows anyone to report a reaction. So, the data is dirty or inconclusive or contaminated or unreliable or not able to prove causation.
VAERS is not a scientific study. That’s true. However, it is the only governmental data available for people not employed by CDC/FDA to review to determine if an Emergency Use drug appears safe. It’s the only way we can review in real time what citizens are reporting about a drug that has been available for less than a year and was in human trials for only two months on only young, healthy people.
The federal government has been providing COVID-19 “vaccines” for six months, and yet they have produced no data, no real warnings and have not required updated information for informed consent for the public. At the same time, they are now recommending pregnant women take the shot. And now children and young adults are also taking the shot while the case numbers and deaths are thankfully dwindling.
Are we supposed to trust this brand-new technology without asking questions? Most of the government comments to the VAERS complaints are basically, there’s nothing to see here. That seems like a heck of a lot of coincidence for serious claims and death.
However, I am happy to report the CDC/FDA have a system in place that allows them to look at millions of health records in almost real time. There’s a system called the Vaccine Safety DataLink (VSD) CDC’s Information on VSD . Mind you, only the federal government has access to it.
Nine healthcare organizations give their patient data to the government to review. Kaiser Permanente provides data from Seattle, Portland, parts of California and Colorado. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute in Boston, HealthPartners Institute in Minneapolis and Marshfield Clinic Research Institute in Wisconsin give the government patient information to study.
- Conduct vaccine safety research
- Conduct vaccine studies from questions/concerns from medical literature or from VAERS
- Monitor adverse events from new vaccines
- Provide information to governmental committees to make recommendations to us CDC’s Information on VSD
Here are the TRILLION-dollar questions: If CDC/FDA are discounting virtually all the VAERS incident reports, and a very small percentage of adverse reactions are actually reported via VAERS in the first place, what studies is the government doing? What are their methodologies? What are they seeing? Why aren’t they reporting to us?
What if other doctors want to use the data to analyze or perform studies? Good luck. CDC may from time to time try to accommodate requests to access data. How often does that happen? Have you heard of any private doctors getting to even review the data?
Before you discount VAERS, what’s the alternative? If the fact checkers are companies like media and social media who silence almost any message that is against the vaccine, where are we? We are relying on the federal government and Big Pharma for ALL of our SAFETY data.
Maybe one day the FDA/CDC/Big Pharma will allow us a slight glance at the real data. Until then, I’ll continue to review VAERS since that is coming directly from the peoples’ mouths. And I’ll continue to read clinical studies from lab coats on the ground.