Vaccination Rates Are Down: Fallout From The mRNA "Vaccine" Fiasco?
Can One Trust Big Pharma Vaccines After The Lies And Coverups Surrounding The COVID-19 Shots?
The CDC is reporting a decline in childhood vaccination rates for highly contagious diseases such as measles and chicken pox.
Rates were close to 94% for measles, whooping cough and chickenpox vaccinations for the 2020-21 school year. That was down 1% from a year earlier and means 35,000 U.S. children entered kindergarten without evidence that they were vaccinated for extremely contagious diseases, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report.
While the CDC report notes obvious factors arising from the Pandemic Panic, including disruptions of routine pediatric visits and checkups, when many childhood vaccines are administered, one has to wonder if there is not also fallout from the appalling fiasco of Big Pharma's COVID-19 “vaccines”.
The “Vaccines” Are Not Vaccines
The first and most glaring problem with the inoculations developed by Pfizer, Moderna, and Janssen is that they failed so spectacularly they are truly not even deserving of the label “vaccine”.
That the inoculations are a complete failure is easily shown by global inoculation and case data, as I pointed out a few months ago.
So badly did they fail that not only was CDC Director Rochelle Walensky compelled to admit that the shots did not stop community spread of COVID-19, but the CDC felt pressured to literally redefine the term “vaccine”: Around August 31 of last year the agency changed the definition of vaccine from “provides immunity” to “provides protection”.
Nor was this change mere coincidence. As the authors of The Reactionary Substack were able to document using internal CDC emails, the change was made specifically because the old definition, when applied to the COVID-19 inoculations, was “problematic”.
You really can't make this stuff up!
But Wait! There's More!
If the Big Pharma inoculations were merely ineffective, that would be bad enough. However, not only are they ineffective, they are demonstrably dangerous.
They have been shown to actually increase incidence of disease.
They are associated with an horrific number of adverse events, including death--and Pfizer's clinical data confirms this.
Anyone wanting the full exploration of just how toxic the Big Pharma inoculations are should visit Steve Kirsch's excellent Substack. He brings receipts.
That the Big Pharma inoculations are dangerous and harmful is demonstrable, demonstrated, documented fact.
Big Pharma Makes Other Vaccines—How Safe Are They?
The companies pushing the COVID-19 inoculations are, of course, the same pharmaceutical companies which produce the vaccines that have been administered to children for decades. One only has to look at the CDC's list of vaccines to see all the same names: Pfizer, Merck, et cetera.
Given the absolute disaster of the COVID inoculations, how much faith can we place in the other vaccines produced by these companies?
There is, of course, no easy or definitive answer to such a question. However, there are some data points that deserve attention.
In the years 2017-2019, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) recorded 14,013 reported events for just the MMR(V) vaccine (the combination Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccine, sometimes administered in conjunction with a varicella vaccine). Many of the reports do not describe adverse events per se, but do record product handling and storage errors (which should also be of concern). Other reports describe a variety of symptoms, including neurological deficits.
VAERS has a total of 2,096,166 reports. 1,226,312 of these are related to COVID-19 inoculations.
The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has paid out a total of $4,367,456,302.83 to 8,790 claimants between 1988 and April 1 of this year.
Injury and death claims filed with VICP for just the MMR vaccine total 1,094 since 1988.
The adverse event and compensated injury data do show that all other vaccines are considerably safer than the COVID-19 inoculations, by a wide margin (think Secretariat winning the 1973 Belmont Stakes sort of margin), but they also show the risk of injury is a number other than zero.
That VAERS also contains numerous reports documenting storage and handling errors show that the totality of risk extends beyond the contents of the vaccine itself.
There is risk to vaccination. The data makes that point categorically.
Risk Is Relative
Still, it must be said that very few people alive today have ever seen a “quarantine” sign on a neighbor's door.
One cannot contemplate the risks of most vaccines without acknowledging the demonstrable good most of them have done.
Measles is considered “eliminated” here in the US, while still endemic elsewhere in the world.
Smallpox is considered eradicated worldwide, with the only known cultures of the virus housed in Russian biolabs and at the CDC facility in Atlanta.
Most vaccines outside of the COVID inoculations have been effective and beneficial. The argument that the risks do not outweigh the rewards is not insubstantial.
Yet the risks remain, and the overall societal benefits of vaccination are surely cold comfort to the parent whose child is harmed by a vaccine.
Are parents less likely in the wake of COVID-19 to vaccinate their children? The recent decline in vaccinations is not so large as to solidly answer that question. Yet if there were added reluctance, given the depraved deceptions of the COVID-19 inoculations, would it truly be surprising?