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CDC Finally Releases V-Safe Data on COVID Shots Three Years Later

Selective focus on coronavirus vaccination bottle - Concept of Parents vaccine hesitancy for children, showing by saying no or stop gesture to vaccine with hand at hospital

When the COVID shots were first given under an emergency use authorization in 2021, the CDC set up a database where people could self-report their experience with this experimental medicine. It was called V-safe.

The system was supposed to be a way to identify safety signals in real-time. Unfortunately, the CDC ignored all those safety signals and then refused to publicly release the data until now. When you see how amazing these comments are, you’ll wonder why the CDC dragged its feet.

Any first-year marketing student can tell you that customer testimonials are one of the best ways to convince people to buy your product. When people were initially hesitant to inject themselves with this experimental substance because the government said to, the CDC should have released a bunch of these V-safe comments.

More than 400,000 people self-reported what happened to them after getting the COVID shots. Why didn’t the CDC take advantage of this goldmine of eyewitness testimony to make people more eager to get the shots?

Let’s take a look at some of the comments from the V-safe database. If these don’t make you want to run out and get your eighth booster shot, we don’t know what will!

 

Keep in mind that these testimonials are all exact quotes from V-safe, which people voluntarily entered immediately after getting the shots.

“I’ve had two bloody BM’s today.”

Not just one bloody bowel movement, but TWO! If you inject yourself enough times, you’ll be able to reduce your daily fiber intake!

“Static orb in my line of vision.”

That means it’s working! Nothing to be concerned about! It will probably resolve on its own in a few days. Probably.

“2 hour nose bleed same day as the shot, required medical intervention to get it to stop.”

Yeah, but think of the alternative. You could have killed an elderly person if you didn’t get the shot.

“Vaccine lead to a genital herpes outbreak.”

See? It’s safe AND effective!

A lot of the comments in the database could probably be lumped together since people suffered many similar side effects. Like these:

“Large painful mass in armpit on injection side;” “Possible swollen lymph node near left collar bone (same side of injection site);” “Enlarged lymph nodes left armpit;” “Swollen lymph node in armpit on the side of injection;” and “Moderate Pain in armpit.”

Okay, we’re obviously joking about using these for marketing purposes. The V-safe data does not make for good customer testimonials. All 400,000 of the self-reported comments were highly negative. Our point is that the CDC obviously knew this data was coming in from the very earliest days of the vaccine rollout. In fact, here’s a comment from one of the very first people to take the shot:

“Got vaccine 12/31/2020. On January 1 & 2 I experienced extreme drowsiness on & off. On 1/7, I noticed injection site swelling redness and itchiness, it also looked like a welt and was warm. On 1/8 improved, 1/9 improved, 1/10 improved, 1/11 resolved.”

That person experienced almost two weeks of pain after the first injection. Angina, headaches, fevers that last for days, vertigo, and a metallic taste in the mouth were also reported by many, many people. Some people had multiple negative symptoms, like this poor person:

“Hot flashes, chills, body aches, headache, elevated heart rate, exhaustion, swollen lymph nodes, temp 99.5-100.3 for five days.”

What was happening as hundreds of thousands of Americans were reporting negative reactions to the COVID shots? Month after month, Tony Fauci and former CDC Director Rochelle Walensky were running to the TV cameras and telling everyone that the shots were “safe and effective.” They knew that was a lie.

They knew the shots were dangerous and ineffective because they had the safety trials from Pfizer and Moderna long before the public did. They had their own data in the V-safe system, which showed that there was something seriously wrong with these shots.

All of those people with swollen lymph nodes? That’s not a routine side effect of any other vaccine. In fact, it’s a warning signal that something is attacking your immune system when your lymph nodes swell up.

It’s easy to figure out why the CDC waited more than three years to release the V-safe data. If the public had known how dangerous these shots were from the very beginning, tens of millions of people would have opted out—and maybe even more.

Instead, our “public health experts” kept it quiet and lied to everyone as people were having bloody bowel movements and spontaneous herpes outbreaks.


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