Dr. Rochelle Walensky and Dr. Anthony Fauci are still pushing the narrative that nobody had died or suffered severe adverse effects from the vaccine, despite the doses being experimental. In a Senate hearing, Walensky and Fauci both dodged direct questions about the number of deaths and injuries attributed to COVID vaccines and undermined the validity of the VAERS data in the process.
Moreover, "fact-checkers" continue to cite the CDC, saying it cannot prove that any of the deaths recorded were caused by the vaccines. To date, Walensky still has not fulfilled her promise to provide Americans with evidence-based estimates of the numbers.
During the past two years, data analyst Jessica Rose has been conducting a thorough analysis of the data in VAERS, and according to her, the database was supposed to watch for safety signals that may have been missed during clinical trials. The data, when interpreted according to a standard method of determining causation by the World Health Organization, should signal a red alert.
"It's not debatable that something is going on here," she said.
Rose, who has a Ph.D. in computational biology and post-doctoral degrees in molecular biology and biochemistry, began specializing in pathogenic viruses, including HIV research, in a level 3 lab. She previously conducted epidemiological modeling after she earned a master's degree in immunology and applied mathematics. She also acted as a postdoctoral researcher in biology at the Israel Institute of Technology for four years and is an independent data analyst and researcher.
Rose pointed out that over the past 30 years until 2021, the average number of adverse events reported annually for all vaccines combined was around 39,000, while the number of deaths was only about 140. But from December 2020 to early February, over 23,000 deaths associated with COVID-19 vaccines have been reported to VAERS, and more than 10,000 of those occurred in the United States. During the same period, 127,855 hospitalizations and 1.1 million adverse events have been tied to COVID-19 vaccines. (Related: Manipulating VAERS data through underreporting.)
Yet, top public officials continue to dismiss the validity of VAERS data, arguing that many of them are junk or false data that have been entered into the system. The CDC even insists there is no way that one can say for sure the deaths reported to VAERS are caused by COVID-19 vaccines.
But Rose said it's not sensible to say such a thing, considering that the reports are made in the context of specific products. She emphasized that VAERS has a "highly vetted data set" in which false entries are punishable, and duplicate reports are removed from the system.
Medical experts are well aware of the limitations of VAERS. Rather than taking each report at face value, regulators remove fraudulent reports. They also look for reporting patterns that can be corroborated by additional evidence to help researchers identify potential adverse events that are not detected in clinical trials.
Rose recently teamed up with epidemiologist and cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough on a study of VAERS reports on myocarditis. They acknowledged that the percentage of the reported deaths and adverse events caused by the vaccines is unknown. Because of that, Rose said, it is all the more pressing that health officials find out the actual numbers. (Related: Latest VAERS estimate: 388,000 Americans killed by the COVID vaccines.)
"And it's really important for us to do this fast. Because the percentage of deaths caused by these products is high, then every day that we wait many people are dying," she said.
Watch the video below to learn more about VAERS data.
This video is from the Eye to Eye with Dr. Kerry Gelb channel on Brighteon.com.
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