Asheville – It’s been three years now since we first heard of the coronavirus, aka COVID-19 or SARS-coV-2, and two and a half years since the Emergency Use Authorization vaccine became available. It has been a tumultuous time for everyone, with major life changes and a lot of fear. No one knew quite what to do or whom to believe. Many proverbial lines were drawn in the sand between politicians, both state and federal, and medical professionals, as well as families and friends.
In an effort to inform our readers of what research has come out during this time of the pandemic, we will be presenting a series of articles that include input from medical professionals, researchers, and experts from North Carolina, across the country, and around the world.
New studies have been presented, but interestingly, not many are from the U.S. These studies are from top scientists and actuarial insurance records, and even though they are from well-respected scientists and labs, you likely won’t find them in a search of the internet. You have to go to platforms like Rumble and Substack, platforms that aren’t censoring information, to find them. In the US, the mainstream media seems to be ignoring these studies, which paint a very different picture from what we have been told. The first question we should be asking is, if we are supposed to follow the science, why are we not allowed to see all of the studies and test results?
Safe and Effective
One of the first things the public was told about the vaccine was that it was safe and effective; however, we were also warned that no one knew what long-term effects there might be. Yet in a training slide show posted to the internet for FDA employees, one slide included a list of the diseases and adverse reactions they, the FDA, would study once the vaccine was rolled out. This list included Guillain-Barré, Myocardia, Pericardia, blood clots (Deep Vein Thrombosis), and even death, among others.
Another assurance was that the vaccine stayed in the deltoid muscle. Lipid nanoparticles are the delivery system for the mRNA vaccines. The vaccine causes the body to manufacture spike proteins to attack the COVID virus, and production should stop after two weeks, long enough to kill any residual virus.
The lipid nanoparticles that deliver the vaccine are microscopic particles that can cross the blood-brain barrier and the placental barrier. In an interview, Dr. Richard Urso, Co-Founder of the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists, stated, “What is the biodistribution of this messenger RNA lipid nanoparticle? Well, guess what, it distributes everywhere. This is something that I would have known quite readily because I work with lipid nanoparticles.” Dr. Urso continued, “A normal vaccine stays in the arm. A large part of the lipid nanoparticle does not stay in the arm.” Dr. Urso referenced a March 2022 study from a group of Stanford and other researchers, indicating that a large part of the lipid nanoparticles go into the lymph nodes and are still producing spike proteins up to 60 days later. Dr. Urso continued, “That should have been looked at far before this product was out. They never told people, “We’re going to stick it in your arm, and it’s going to show up in your lymph node; it’s going to show up in your brain; it’s going to show up in your ovaries; your bone marrow; your adrenal glands; your liver; your spleen.” He continued, “The spike, as we know, is actually being found up to fifteen months later… This is a big deal; people should know these things.” His big concern is that this can cause an uptick in cancers that have been dormant.
Adverse Effects of COVID Vaccines
Adverse Effects of COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines: The Spike Hypothesis, a study that includes 139 references, confirms that lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) probably have a broad distribution in human tissues and organs; they may also (along with the packaged mRNA) exert a pro-inflammatory action, and that shedding of the antigen and/or related peptide fragments into the circulation may occur. This means the spike proteins can enter the blood stream. This can cause an autoimmune response.
In the United States, the government program to track vaccine adverse reactions is called VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System). VAERS is co-sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), agencies of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. According to the website, “VAERS accepts and analyzes reports of adverse events (possible side effects) after a person has received a vaccination. Anyone can report an adverse event to VAERS. Healthcare professionals are required to report certain adverse events, and vaccine manufacturers are required to report all adverse events that come to their attention.” This last part is important considering that Pfizer tried to have their vaccine trial studies blocked for 72 years.
VAERS is a passive reporting system, meaning it relies on individuals to send in reports of their experiences to the CDC and FDA. This does not prove causation but shows patterns of adverse reactions, giving the experts safety signals for issues that might be arising.
Less Than 1% Of Cases Reported
As early as August 2021, a few short months after the vaccine rollout, the CDC’s own numbers showed a “Pandemic of the Vaccinated” with vaccine injuries: 2,604,121 injuries from 571,831 people were reported. According to a 2011 report that was prepared for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, less than 1% of adverse reactions are reported. That means that two and a half million people might only be 1% of the actual people having adverse reactions.
There was no accounting of possible deaths from the COVID vaccines in the 2021 information from the CDC; however, this should have been a huge red flag for the CDC and the FDA. In the past, new pharmaceuticals were pulled from the market for having anywhere from 50 to 1,000 deaths, as with VIOXX. According to OpenVAERS.com, a website that makes it easier for regular people to read the VAERS numbers, today’s number of deaths due to COVID vaccines has reached 35,646, and that is, again, considered to be 1%. Many medical experts are calling for studies on this now, even as the boosters are still being pushed and even approved for babies from 6 months to 5 years old.
Very concerning is that, for the first time, reports are being removed from VAERS. In fact, as of July 21, 2023, it shows a reduction of over 100,000 adverse reaction reports. No reports should be removed.