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This is outrageous.
Prepandemic myocarditis 4 cases/million/yr. Now with administered products 25,000 cases/million on shot 2 or 3. I cite the data. Unacceptable. #courageousdiscourse @EpochTimes @JanJekielek @DrAseemMalhotra @AAPSonline @twc_health @dramerling @HGessling @stkirsch @BrianLenzkes pic.twitter.com/o7Yrsdjg9u
— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ (@P_McCulloughMD) December 19, 2022
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The scientific establishment is not capable of dealing with this information, which is why they will ignore it and delay as long as possible. SCIENCE!
Turns out this vaxx is just as bad for the old as it is for the young, as we suspected. More from Dr. McCullough:
Explosion of blood clots in my clinical practice over the past two years since their market launch. From the early trials to the published literature, the signal is very clear. Strong rationale to pull products from market. @DrAseemMalhotra @EpochTimes https://t.co/v8cNxfVmTn
— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ (@P_McCulloughMD) December 17, 2022
Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine has been linked to blood clotting in older individuals, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
FDA researchers, crunching data from a database of elderly persons in the United States, found that pulmonary embolism—blood clotting that forms in the body and winds up blocking blood flow in the lungs—met the initial threshold for a statistical signal and continued meeting the criteria after a more in-depth evaluation.
Three other outcomes of interest—a lack of oxygen to the heart, a blood platelet disorder called immune thrombocytopenia, and another type of clotting called intravascular coagulation—initially raised red flags, researchers said. More in-depth evaluations, such as comparisons with populations who received influenza vaccines, showed those three as no longer meeting the statistical threshold for a signal.
Researchers looked at data covering 17.4 million elderly Americans who received a total of 34.6 million vaccine doses between Dec. 10, 2020, and Jan. 16, 2022.
The study was published by the journal Vaccine on Dec. 1.
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Wait for it…
The FDA said it wasn’t taking any action on the results because they don’t prove the vaccines cause any of the four outcomes, and because the findings “are still under investigation and require more robust study.”
This is all criminal level stuff. Scott Atlas:
"When correct science policy is blocked, people die, and people died from the censorship."
– Dr Scott Atlas, talking to @EvaSailEast @EpochTimeshttps://t.co/OgSf84BwLj
— Martin Kulldorff (@MartinKulldorff) December 16, 2022
The recently revealed censorship that has plagued Twitter in recent years is “criminal,” according to former White House COVID adviser Dr. Scott Atlas, as it allowed “lies to be imposed on the public” during a pandemic that wrought untold damage worldwide.
“When correct science policy is blocked, people die, and people died from the censorship,” Atlas, a special coronavirus adviser during the Trump administration and contributor to The Epoch Times, said in an interview.
Atlas was speaking days after Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, released troves of internal files showing how the previous Twitter team built a blacklist to limit disfavored tweets’ visibility without the knowledge of those using the platform. Among those flagged was Dr. Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford, whose tweet criticizing pandemic lockdowns shortly after joining the platform last August got him on the “trends blacklist” preventing the amplification of his tweets.
But such revelations, Atlas said, are “only the tip of the iceberg.”
“There’s a far larger story here that we need to hear,” he said, which he considers “far more nefarious and more systemic than isolated tweets being pulled down.”
“This seems to be criminal behavior, and I think it needs to be investigated in the courts,” he said.
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