Don’t listen to what they say, watch what they do. That should be the new rule when it comes to anything that bossy American health officials do these days. If they tell you to mask up and then go to the French Laundry restaurant unmasked, you’re a sucker if you keep your own mask on after that.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a federal agency that has completely jettisoned all of its credibility during the COVID era. The CDC is still saying to this day that the COVID shots are safe and effective. “Give it to your babies!” But they’re doing something very different from what they’re saying, as evidenced by their latest federal job posting.
The CDC posted a listing for a new job this week. It’s a two-year T&M (time & materials) contract to help manage the CDC’s VAERS database, which has gotten completely out of control since the COVID vaccine rollout. We’ve had 1,341,605 COVID Vaccine Adverse Events Reports since January of 2021.
Here’s the relevant paragraph from the CDC job position:
“The contractor shall implement a staffing and operations plan focusing only on vaccine adverse event (VAE) reports after COVID-19 vaccines to help process an estimated 770,000 digital reports per year. Periods of heavier and lighter reporting volume are anticipated throughout the year. Contractor is responsible for maintaining active monitoring and adjusting of the number of reports processed on an annual basis.”
The VAERS database is where doctors and nurses enter reports of adverse events for 71 vaccines. That’s the COVID vaccine and 70 other vaccines. The number of adverse events for the 70 non-COVID vaccines every year numbers in the hundreds. It never breaks 1,000 injuries for all 70 non-COVID vaccines in a year. But the CDC is admitting in this job posting that the COVID shots are causing an estimated 770,000 injuries or adverse events per year.
Notice that the CDC admits in the job posting that they’re expecting that 770,000 injuries per year to continue. This suggests that the CDC has some real numbers somewhere that tell the true story about the vaccines. The shots harmed 770,000 people during the first year of their existence. And they are anticipating that many injuries this year and next year. Keep in mind that the number of people taking these vaccines has plummeted.
The CDC has been saying for months that around 260 million Americans have received at least one shot. We’ve still got another 90 million Americans who haven’t taken a single shot, and the number is not budging. That’s significant. Interest in taking the vaccines has plummeted to rock bottom, as evidence by the recent failure of the Biden regime to get people to vaccinate their babies.
If we don’t have a new pool of people getting injected, how can the CDC predict that they’ll have 770,000 vaccine injuries this year and next year? Why would that number stay consistent year after year, if we don’t have new people lining up to get the shot? The CDC seems to be anticipating that the COVID shots will continue harming people over time, otherwise the number of VAERS reports would be dropping from year to year.
We also know from doctors and nurses that the VAERS database is underreported. The forms to fill out a VAERS report take 30 to 45 minutes, which is time that most busy health care professionals don’t have. The number could be several times higher than the 770,000 a year that the CDC is receiving.
Can you think of any other product that could be harming 770,000 people a year – and not catch the attention of the federal government? That’s 2,100 people injured every day. That business would be paying millions of dollars in fines to the Justice Department and its CEO might get thrown in jail. But when we’re talking about the CEO of Pfizer, and the government is mandating the shots that hurt 770,000 people per year, nothing happens to that business.
This job posting is scary. The CDC is basically admitting that the shots hurt people and that they’re going to keep hurting people for years to come. Don’t listen to what they say. Watch what they do. They’re hiring a data cover-up specialist.