The numbers are daunting for anyone trying to maintain that they’re a coincidence and have nothing to do with vaccines. From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:
Government figures are hard to verify. But personal anecdotes that you hear over and over are hard to ignore. One of the most stunning anecdotes I’ve heard recently is from talk show host Wayne Root.
Governments can report unreliable data.
But individual anecdotes can be easily verified and can be hard to dispute, especially if there are thousands of reports that are all Black Swans.
Even a single event with just 200 people, where everything is verifiable, is enough to sink the “safe and effective” narrative.
Consider conservative talk show host Wayne Root’s wedding story.
Wayne’s anecdote is nearly impossible for a vaccine which the manufacturer has claimed to have fewer serious adverse events than taking a placebo (see the information that Pfizer gave to the FDA shown on page 22).
To further validate what he observed, I’m launching a survey where you can report your own anecdotes.
The beauty of my survey is there is no judgment required at all as to the cause of the injury or death! You simply report the number of vaxxed vs. unvaxxed in ANY group you know the stats on (your household, your family, your friends, or some organization you belong to) and the number of injuries/deaths in the two sub-groups. That’s it. Easy peasy.