Last month we reported on how the CDC’s proclamation that the U.S. was now facing a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” is a lie, with no stats to back up this assertion. They claimed that “99%” of those being hospitalized with COVID were “unvaccinated,” even though reports and other stats proved just the opposite. Even Republican Governors are perpetuating this lie to the American people. As regular readers of Health Impact News know, the U.S. Government has a tracking system to track reported injuries following vaccines, called “VAERS,” the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. The last VAERS report from this past weekend listed: 12,791 deaths, 16,044 permanent disabilities, 70,667 emergency room visits, 51,242 hospitalizations, and 13,139 life threatening events following COVID-19 shots. But what about total injuries reported following these shots? They are listed as “symptoms” in the VAERS database, and I had never done a search on total symptoms reported following COVID-19 shots. So I did one today, and the search result returned 2,604,121 reported symptoms from 571,831 cases. There are over 10,500 kinds of symptoms reported, and I copied that table into an Excel spreadsheet and sorted them from most reported symptoms to least, and the results are in this article. I don’t know if this article, or another one that reports something similar to this will go viral enough to attract the attention of the corporate media or Big Tech “fact checkers” who will come in and try to cherry pick something in the stats that they will claim “proves” this is false, but there is one thing that nobody can refute: >From these 571,831 cases and 2,604,121 reported symptoms, not a single one is from someone who is unvaccinated with COVID-19.
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