The CDC knew in January 2021 that the vaccines were unsafe, but they said NOTHING, by Steve Kirsch

The CDC didn’t want to upset their true constituency, big pharma. From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:

The data was in public view in January 2021 that the vaccines were too unsafe for use in humans. By February, it was even more obvious. To this day, the CDC has never acknowledged this safety signal.

Remember Sgt. Schultz on Hogan’s Heroes? “I know nothing, nothing!” was his iconic line (see the video for the 3 second clip of this; see this video for a 30 sec clip).

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Why is this relevant today? Because this is exactly how the CDC and FDA react when they see a safety signal. It is almost “as if” they had all been trained by Sgt. Schultz himself.

This morning I wondered to myself, “How early did they know?”

To find out, I did a few queries on the VAERS system.

It turns out that they knew in January 2021, as soon as the vaccines rolled out it was unsafe and they didn’t tell anyone.

And by February 2021, it was even more obvious. The data was in plain sight the entire time. It was in the primary database they look at for spotting safety signals: VAERS. It couldn’t have been more obvious. This is the database they were watching like a hawk. They said that.

And there is no way to sugar coat this data. There is no way to explain away this data.

So what they did is they pretended it didn’t exist and they said nothing, nothing. Just like Sergeant Schultz taught them.

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