We’ve been chronicling the weird and absurd excuses that the CDC and other health orgs have been using to explain all the sudden deaths that have been happening since the COVID vaccine rollout. They’ve blamed everything from playing video games to falling asleep with the TV on for the rise in heart attacks among people under 40. Maybe we shouldn’t have mocked them, because little did we know that the FDA was on it.
Joe Biden’s FDA commissioner has just announced the cause of plummeting life expectancy ranges in heavily vaxed countries. He says the deaths are from misinformation.
You thought he was going to blame the experimental mRNA gene editing technology from Pfizer and Moderna, didn’t you? That’s because you’re a conspiracy theorist. Meanwhile, the FDA has been doing real science behind the scenes.
Here’s what FDA Director Robert Califf told CNBC when he was announcing the FDA’s new scientific findings. “It’s looking worse, not better, over the last several years,” he said.
So, it’s definitely not your imagination. Many more people are dying from heart attacks, strokes, unknown cases of “suddenly,” and so on, not to mention all the infant deaths. But it’s not from the COVID shots. It’s from misinformation!
CNBC also notes that Califf has “made combating misinformation one of his top priorities at the agency.”
Oh, good. They’re all over it.
CNBC reports, “Califf said a new factor has joined the list of known causes of life expectancy disparities like race, ethnicity, income and education: living in a rural area, where he noted that people are exposed to different information sources.”
Huh? Do they have different information sources in rural areas that you just can’t find in urban areas? This science stuff must be just going over our heads.
Califf adds, “We’re seeing an explosion of maternal mortality in this country and a lot of premature delivery leading to prolonged illness and neonatal intensive care unit stays for infants.”
Okay, let’s follow the science here. Let’s say you are a pregnant woman, and you just so happen to be vaccinated against COVID. Then, you listen to Fox News analyst Dan Bongino’s podcast. So, you hear Dan Bongino talking about how taking the COVID vax is the “worst mistake of my life,” and how he’s worried that he has cut many years off his lifespan because of his poor decision to take the shot. And he says that his quality of life has been drastically lowered because of his vaccine side effects.
If you listen to something like that, you have caught a case of “misinformation” and now your baby might die, according to the FDA. Or you might die in childbirth. Plus, if you go on social media and tell others about Dan Bongino’s comments, you are now spreading the disease of “misinformation” to others. You murderer!
You might think from following the data on this issue that Moderna doubles the chances of neonatal death compared to the Pfizer shot (which is also bad). You might also be misinformed that women with the Moderna shot have a 42% great likelihood of miscarrying. But that’s just data from the official CDC numbers, and not real science.
The real science is being conducted by guys like FDA Director Califf and Tony Fauci, who just pull things out of their butts and say whatever. Fortunately, Califf knows exactly how to prevent more misinformation from spreading and causing 10-year-olds to die from heart attacks on the soccer field: by taking away your First Amendment rights to say stuff on the internet.
CNBC reports, “He [Califf] said there’s a need for better regulation, including ‘specific authorities at FDA, FTC and other areas’ to root out misinformation.”
That’s an odd combination. What do the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission have in common? Why do we need “specific authorities” at those federal agencies to have the power to censor information on the internet?
Califf never mentions COVID itself or the COVID vaccines in this remarkable MSNBC story about the rise in all-cause mortality in heavily vaxed countries. He just issues vague statements about “misinformation,” doesn’t define “misinformation,” and demands more civil rights-crippling powers for himself and his friends.
What do you think? Is misinformation what’s causing all these deaths among young, relatively healthy or sometimes extremely health people? Is misinformation what’s causing so many women to miscarry? Or should the FDA go back to the drawing board on its theory?
If you don’t mind losing some brain cells and being misinformed, you can see the CNBC report with Dr. Califf HERE.