Why did the CDC hide the v-safe data from the American people for almost 2 years?, by Steve Kirsch

You know the answer to the question before you start this article. From Steve Kirsch at stevekirsch.substack.com:

Because it clearly shows that these vaccines are the most dangerous vaccines we’ve ever created, that’s why.

V-safe is a voluntary safety monitoring program put in place by the CDC to monitor adverse reactions after people take a vaccine. The v-safe data shows that 33.1% of the people who got the vaccine suffered from a significant adverse event and 7.7% had to seek professional medical care. These are extraordinary numbers. They clearly show the vaccines are unsafe, that the CDC deliberately hid this information from the American public, and that the drug companies falsified the data in the trials.

But now, thanks to the efforts of an extraordinary attorney, Aaron Siri, the numbers are available to the public for the first time.

This data clearly shows that the CDC is not protecting the American people. They are protecting the manufacturers of the vaccines.

The mainstream media is ignoring this story. So is the mainstream medical community. None of them want the American people to know the truth about how unsafe these vaccines are.

About v-safe

V-safe is a voluntary monitoring system put in place by the CDC to monitor adverse events after vaccination.

When you get a COVID vaccine, you get a card to enroll in the v-safe program. Everyone is encouraged to enroll to let the CDC know how safe (or not) the vaccine is.

Slightly over 10M people chose to participate in the program for the COVID vaccines

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