VAERS COVID Vaccine
Adverse Event Reports
1,390,594 Reports Through August 19, 2022
- 30,479 DEATHS
- 174,371 HOSPITALIZATIONS
- 134,245 URGENT CARE
- 203,792 DOCTOR OFFICE VISITS
- 9,958 ANAPHYLAXIS
- 15,928 BELL’S PALSY
- 4,963 Miscarriages
- 16,337 Heart Attacks
- 51,722 Myocarditis/Pericarditis
- 56,994 Permanently Disabled
- 8,915 Thrombocytopenia/Low Platelet
- 33,705 Life Threatening
- 44,510 Severe Allergic Reaction
- 14,539 Shingles
“All around the world countries will be launching a campaign to “vaccinate” billions of pigs, cows, goats, and sheep over a period of nine months.
This massive task is an effort to “enhance the biosecurity system by improving animal immunity and eradicating epidemic diseases”
Unfortunately, we don’t live in a world where avoiding a toxic injection is the only threat.
Remember we said that they will get you one way or another in the conventional medical industry? The conventional food industry isn’t any different. Go organic and know your farmers. Immediately.
Joe Rogan Interviewed NFL’s Aaron Rogers
In a 3 hour interview last Saturday, Aaron Rogers sat down with Joe Rogan to discuss the crazy COVID restrictions within the sports world.
“I Did My Research”, Aaron Rodgers Explain. He decided against taking the mRNA jabs because he is allergic to PEG, an ingredient found in them.
I went on the CDC website, and they specifically said, ‘If you’re allergic to PEG (polyethylene glycol), we do we do not recommend you get vaccinated with the mRNA vaccinations.’ So the only other one available was Johnson and Johnson, and it had just got pulled at the time for blood clots.
The NFL had crazy COVID policies. There was clearly two classes of player.
Aaron Rodgers: “There was a lot of public shaming that was attempted to coerce people to get vaccinated because not only are you wearing a yellow wristband, you’re the only ones wearing masks.”
In today’s episode of “any excuse for cardiac issues but the clotshot”: NAPS ARE DEADLY
American Heart Association study shows link between frequent naps and high blood pressure.
Frequent or usual daytime napping in adults was associated with a 24% high risk of having a stroke and a 12% higher risk of developing high blood pressure compared to never napping.