Rates of serious adverse events in mRNA covid “vaccine” clinical trials follow spike in disabilities following jab rollout

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(Natural News) Ed Dowd’s Phinance Technologies has released a new analysis comparing the rate of reported serious adverse events caused by Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” in clinical trials to the rate of disabilities reported following the launch of Operation Warp Speed by the Trump regime.

It turns out that disabilities in the United States spiked immediately after the first messenger RNA (mRNA) injections were unleashed, which corresponds to high rates of serious adverse events during Big Pharma’s clinical trials for the experimental injections.

“When looking at changes in disabilities on a wider time frame (since 2008) we observe that the disability rates rose or fell from month to month but tended to be relatively stable over time,” Phinance Technologies reported.

“… the change in behaviour since early 2021 is clearly an abnormal occurrence with high level of statistical significance. It happens to be highly correlated to the cumulative Covid-19 vaccine rollout, but we cannot state that the correlation is statistically meaningful as it is based on a cumulative plot with obvious autocorrelation.”

(Related: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration [FDA] has changed the way it regulates covid “vaccines” to allow for endless reformulations with no required clinical trials.)

Rate of estimated serious adverse events underreported by a factor of 2.6

Phinance Technologies did compile evidence showing that the most likely cause behind the rise in disabilities is, in fact, covid injections that were rushed to market at warp speed with inadequate and conflicted safety and efficacy testing.


The group modeled the expected rise in disabilities due to the jab rollout by using rates of serious adverse events obtained via the safety analyses conducted by Pfizer and Moderna as part of their clinical trials.

“Our results provide a stronger case for establishing a causal relationship between disabilities and the Covid-19 vaccines,” tweeted Dowd, along with a link to his group’s analysis – see below:

“The time series of SAEs that were computed based on the rates estimated during the mRNA clinical trials are shown to be of the same magnitude as the rate of increase in disability rates in the 16-64 Civilian Labor Force.”

The recorded rise in disabilities post-Operation Warp Speed is substantially higher than the estimated rate of serious adverse events, which Phinance Technologies says are underreported by about 2.6 times.

“… the coincidence of the rise in disabilities with the start of the Covid-19 vaccination rollout in conjunction with the similar magnitude of the rate of SAEs (from the clinical trials) & changes in disabilities (from the BLS data) leads to a stronger case for asserting causation,” Dowd further tweeted.

“We believe that a comprehensive investigation needs to be performed, either in the form of new phase III clinical trials for at least a 3-year period, or a programme of forensic autopsies in a large sample of deceased individuals where the Covid-19 vaccines were not suspected as a co-factor for cause of death.”

The bottom line is that there were plenty of safety signals early on in clinical trials to show that covid injections are dangerous at best, but government regulators ignored them while handing a get-out-of-jail free card to the criminal drug companies behind them.

“The trials should have been halted,” one report states about Dowd and his team’s findings.

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