“Safe and Effective” – Except When it’s Not, by Eric Peters

None of the Covid vaccines are safe or effective as those terms were understand by regulators before the coronavirus outbreak. From Eric Peters at ericpetersautos.com:

Sluggishly, “the science” – as expostulated by the Vatican of Sickness, the Centers for Disease Control – is admitting that the “safe and effective” whatever’s-in-those-needles it has been very aggressively pushing for everyone to experiment with, especially children and young adults, actually isn’t.

But without saying it’s not.

They are admitting it – post facto, because the facts are becoming too-well-known not to admit it; kind of like admitting that the sun generally rises most mornings.

Whatever’s-in-those-needles “does appear  . . . to be a new trigger for myocarditis,” says a CDC Advisory Panel on Immunization Practices. Myocarditis is heart inflammation. Pericarditis, which is the related inflammation of the membrane surrounding the heart, is another sickness almost no one in the previously healthy 25-and-under age group is generally afflicted with – until after having received a “safe and effective” vaccination for a sickness that presents almost no chance of giving them the sniffles.

Over just the past several months, at least 1,200 young people developed one or both of these potentially – and in several cases, actually – fatal sicknesses.

It has been reported that what is styled the “post secondary dose risk” of myocarditis/pericarditis post Holy Anointing for people under the age of 25 is 200 times the normal rate of the natural rate of occurrence for these illnesses in people 25 and under.

More about all of this here.

But the vaccines are still “safe and effective” – officially.

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