Children’s Health Defense Exposes Vaccine Secrets, by Dr. Joseph Mercola

Vaccines, including of course the Covid vaccines, are never 100 percent safe nor 100 percent effective. From Dr. Joseph Mercola at

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Children’s Health Defense (CHD)1 produced and published a comprehensive and interesting resource for parents and families about childhood vaccines. While many people are currently focused on an experimental jab using genetic material, the CHD presents documented evidence in “Vaccine Secrets,” some of it from the federal government, that our children have been vaccine guinea pigs for decades.

They present the data in short “chapter” videos that are less than two minutes each — or, if you prefer, you can watch the whole video in less than 25 minutes. In it, you’ll find answers to more than a dozen questions about the vaccines your child gets that may very well surprise, if not shock, you.

First, a Bit of Background

The first U.S. shots for COVID-19 were given in December 2020 to health care workers in New York.2 In the short 20 months that followed, a lot has been learned about the jabs and the adverse effects that have devastated those who have taken them.

The sheer number of adults and children affected is dramatically higher than in any year since the vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS) began recording events in 1990.3

As of August 12, 2022, there have been over 1.3 million adverse event reports after the COVID jab,4 including over 30,000 deaths and over 56,000 individuals who are now permanently disabled. The pandemic has demonstrated that many physicians were unaware of the existence of VAERS, which is comanaged by the CDC and FDA.5

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