How to make a 💉appear super effective in the real world and in observational studies: 1. Deploy when the curves would naturally be coming down due to seasonality. 2. Deploy when the most vulnerable have already been hit. 3. Don't test for people with NI prior to 💉
It's so true, for me, ask an "expert" see if they answer your questions
I still can't get answers from MDs that advocated for the 💉 on: 1. Whether they read the FDA EUA/BLA 2. Why they thought the vax would end the pandemic when it wasn't trialed for viral carriage or shedding
3. Why if C19 impacted 65+ yos at 79% of deaths, only 22% of the vax trials had 65+ in them. 4. Why if we knew that 96% of C19 deaths had 2 or more comorbidities, they were only 21% of the trial 5. Why they would advocate for vaxxing people to give them ~1% ARR vs. death.
Jan 18 • 10 tweets • 7 min read
Brianne Dressen was a pcpt in the AstraZeneca trial, she had a reaction post vax.
She was diagnosed with POTS. (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome)
AZ withdrew her from the trial and did not keep her data in it. She surfaced the issue to the NEJM.
Her correspondence with Dr. Eric Rubin, Editor of the NEJM is detailed below.
This is the same Dr. Rubin, who said with regard to the 5-11 yo vax:
"We're never going to learn about how safe this
vaccine is unless we start giving it. That's just the
way it goes."
Jan 17 • 11 tweets • 2 min read
Why would there need to be a study on Covid-19 vaccine messaging starting on January 10, 2022?
"COVID-19 Messaging for Vaccination"
Is this a psychological trial, does it require "informed consent" to participate?
Treatment Group 1 ("Direct" messaging): The investigators will conduct a Facebook ad campaign to show content about COVID-19 vaccination to a large number of Facebook users.
Jan 17 • 8 tweets • 5 min read
Something I find interesting.
There was no data requested by the FDA on virus carriage or shedding, the fundamental basis for herd immunity
There are multiple studies, funded by NIH, on behavioral interventions to increase 💉 uptake for a 💉 that has an ARR of 0.84% (Pfizer)
I have a ?s with the immune suppression (VE at 18.2%) seen post 1st dose, if everyone was 💉d at once, would that lead to further outbreaks.
Same for booster 34/268 in Pfizer booster tested C19 positive w/in 30 days of the vax.
"Began experiencing thinning hair, a bald patch on scalp, irritability/mood swings, & weight loss which led to blood work that revealed low TSH. I was seen my an endocrinologist who confirmed hyperthyroidism/thyroiditis."
Jan 16 • 8 tweets • 3 min read
Curious, in reading this nosocomial study, from Israel, where a vaxxed patient entered, was not tested, as he was vaxxed, even though he was showing symptoms, he was diagnosed with something else, and placed in a room with 3 other patients.
The attack rate for those that had come in contact with him, was 10.6% for other pts, and 23.7% for staff. Ttl of 38/42 ppl that were contact traced to him, were vaxxed & then infected with C19.
This was through PPE in some cases.
Jan 16 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Why would Fauci . . . 1. Try to cover up a lab leak, if there wasn't a lab leak? 2. Lie about masks 3. Suppress early treatment 4. Not want to strategize ways to get to herd immunity faster, once known of the age stratification of the virus. 5. Suppress any other ideas
6. Try to "take down" scientists he disagreed with and label them as "Fringe". I mean aren't these bully tactics. If you are capable, you aren't afraid of debate. Unless, you have another motivation. 7. Be in charge of where the vax manufacturer lab samples went.
Jan 13 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Something I have found especially startling during this C19 situation . . . most MDs don't read documents or studies, and I haven't encountered a lot that know how to read data.
But, most are resolved in their "Correctness" about the C19 💉
I've found when challenged, they will resort to "I'm an MD" or "you are or X person is just an "anti-vaxxer".
For me -
Ppl that have capabilities don't tend to do that.
Ppl that are intellectually curious don't tend to do that.
Ppl that are confident don't tend to do that.
Jan 11 • 24 tweets • 7 min read
As there have been new Fauci and Collins emails released this morning, along with many others chiming in, on these emails, I ask myself these questions:
Are these people worthy of trust?
Have they committed a criminal act?
What were their motivations?
Who is involved?
As mRNA never made it to market prior to the "Warp Speed" EUA, with Fauci in the lead of the centralized lab at CoVPN, why is that?
Here's a quote/thread from Kaitlin Kariko one of the mRNA "inventors"
How can Pfizer be allowed to continue w/the EUA for kids, or the BLA for adults, if their product can no longer do what it was trialed for?
There were ZERO cases of severe disease in the placebo arm of the 5-11 yo or 12-15 yo trial.
Severe Disease and Death were statistically insignificant in the Adult trials:
1 in the vax arm, 3 in placebo on 20k in each arm for severe disease.
15 vax, 14 placebo all cause deaths.
Jan 10 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
Why when the FDA gave the option to 💉manufacturers to see if their product stopped infection, none opted for looking at that?
Why did the CoVPN, Fauci's "centralized lab", say that 💉were needed to end the pandemic, if they knew there 💉were not being trialed to stop infection?
Why exactly was there a "Centralized Lab" that CoVPN ran?
Why did Fauci have his hands in it?
Why did strange things happen there, like 25% of the immunogenicity piece of the trial get thrown out for not being prepared with the same testing lots?
Jan 6 • 9 tweets • 3 min read
Encourage a read this document slowly, in it you will find that the LNPs (nanoparticles) (ACL-0315 and ACL-0159) used in the Pfizer 💉were:
"for research only, and not for human use"
The questions were brought forward by Guido Reil, German member of European Parliament
"According to the product information supplied by the European Medicines Agency, two of the main components of Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine are ALC-0315 and ALC-0159. Echelon, the manufacturer of these nanoparticles, specifies that they are ‘for research only and not for human use’
FDA did not find it necessary to look at the spike in vivo, how long it lasts, where it goes, when/how it stops producing
Nor did FDA find it necessary to find out where the LNPs go >post 48 hours in rats
In McKernan et al's paper they discuss the implications of what the changing of the Uridine could have on the innate immune system.
Jan 6 • 15 tweets • 4 min read
BOOSTER VAERS 🧵
Not exhaustive, just what I have tweeted thus far.
Dr. Eric Rubin, editor at the @NEJM said that we were never going to know the safety of the 5-11 yo 💉 "unless we start giving it"
There were ZERO cases of severe disease in the placebo arm.
The💉was trialed to reduce 1 symptom, a cough, sore throat, fever. That's it!
5-11 yo "need" at the 10/26/21 VRBPAC
That was based on models of hospitalizations -- that we, now, know by admittance of Fauci, are more "with" vs. "for" C19.
Even though there were ZERO cases of severe disease in the placebo arm.
Reducing one symptom vs. the following AEs.
Dec 31, 2021 • 14 tweets • 5 min read
🧵of VAERS w/a diagnosis of Gait Disturbance
Primarily in 5-11 yos, some 12-17 yos
This list is not exhaustive
There seems to be a pattern forming
Dr. Whelan, Ped Rheuma @ UCLA, opined, in the BMJ, about potential immune complexes forming in the joints, meninges, & kidneys
He, also, had questions about the spike protein, and the LNPs that he submitted to the FDA in December 2020.
The FDA declined to answer these questions, as well, as those brought forth by the CAALM petitioners of 26 MDs/Acads submitted in June 2021.
Dec 30, 2021 • 11 tweets • 3 min read
Kids 💉 were EUA'd on no severe disease in the placebo arm for 5-11 yos or 12-15 yos
Why does the C19 💉for kids exist?
Besides Pfizer profit?
Potential BLA liability in the future?
It reduces 1 symptom: cough, fever, sore throat.