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Between PCR manipulation, the unique rules for what constitutes a vaccine breakthrough case, and the gross criminal negligence each state health department is exhibiting by intentionally failing to track and publish this important data (for example, almost each state health department can tell you how many people have been inoculated in a random zip code, but can’t tell you how many people who’ve been inoculated and still contracted COVID)…this is yet another complete data catastrophe.
Vaccine breakthrough is being intentionally mismanaged and underreported in another apparent act of willful misconduct. The only data that is even remotely accurate when it comes to assessing vaccine breakthroughs is published by Israel, Iceland, Gibraltar, and the UK in my professional opinion.
Is the Pfizer vaccine still in a clinical trial?
Yes. It is in a clinical trial until May 2, 2023, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Can the Pfizer vaccine be referred to as experimental even with FDA approval?
Yes. As long as clinical trials are ongoing the product is still considered to be in experimental phase 3 distribution.
Do treatment options for COVID infections exist?
Yes. Most state health departments throughout the country are offering monoclonal antibody therapy as treatments for COVID-19.
Florida – https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/
With treatment options available can my employer mandate that I get the vaccine or threaten me with termination?
No. Vaccine mandates are predicated upon two important factors. (1) Emergency Necessity which is disproven by the graphics below and (2) No Other Treatment Options Available which has been disproven by the Oregon Health Authority’s and Florida Health Department’s recent releases on Monoclonal Antibody Therapy.
What resources exist for employees who want to politely decline to use an experimental medical vaccine without risking the loss of their job?
Employees have the right to refuse by filing a personal belief exemption with their employer as detailed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Resources can be found at:
What questions can I demand my employer answer in order to satisfy the legal requirements for informed consent?
Please keep in mind that all the information I share is for educational purposes only. I can’t tell you what to do and will never tell you what to do as that is your right to decide. If you elect to get the experimental vaccine, I support you. If you elect to decline the experimental vaccine, I support you. Your health decisions are your individual right to make, supported by the American Medical Association’s Patient Bill of Rights, and none of my business or anyone else’s for that matter.
If my employer were threatening to terminate me if I didn’t take an experimental inoculation, I would work to collaborate with them, ask the questions below, extend and document the process, discuss liability and compensation if I were to be injured, and then complete a personal belief exemption as I alert them that any attempt to terminate me is an obvious act of discrimination that I will fight in a court of law.
15 Questions for Any Employer
Powerful Interview into CDC Corruption, so good it got me banned from FB for a couple of days, clearly ‘they’ don’t want us talking about the corruption in connection with the $$$$, so that is exactly what we all should be investigating moving forward.
Experimental COVID Inoculation Safety Data
Data Source: Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS)
Data Reported On: Aug 20, 2021 (Data Reported Thru: Aug 13, 2021)
Injured By A Vaccine? REPORT IT HERE.
Tom Renz Whistleblower Lawsuit Asserting the Above Data Should Be Multiplied by a Factor of 5 for an Accurate Depiction of Safety Data
How Does the CDC Track Vaccine Breakthrough Cases?
Vaccine Failure (aka Breakthrough) is not being tracked by anywhere near the number of states (38) reported to be doing so in this false flag MSN article.
Instead, Johns Hopkins University is guesstimating the number of vaccine breakthrough cases for the majority of states as confirmed here in the methods from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Go all the way to the bottom to review methods.
When I looked over the top 17 most prominent State Health Departments, I found this…
Definition for What Defines a Vaccine Breakthrough Case
It’s important to note that COVID Infection-based cases still only require a PCR Ct <=40, which creates a significant number of false positives.
It’s also important to note that if any one of these 4 stipulations isn’t met, then the case, hospitalization, and/or death gets counted as unvaccinated.
States Publishing Vaccine Breakthrough Data
6 out of 17 – California, Illinois (Hospitalizations, Deaths Only), Indiana, Ohio (Hospitalizations, Deaths Only), Oregon, Wisconsin
States Not Publishing Any Vaccine Breakthrough Data Despite What MSN & JHU say
11 out of 17 – NY, NJ, TX, FL, PA, Michigan, Mass, Colorado, Arkansas, Arizona, Alaska
Dr. Henry Ealy has been exposing rampant acts of willful misconduct by elected and appointed officials daily since March 12, 2020. He is the lead author on 2 peer-reviewed manuscripts COVID-19 Data Collection, Comorbidity & Federal Law: A Historical Retrospective, and COVID-19: Restoring Public Trust During A Global Health Crisis that detail the rampant acts of willful misconduct by investigating the CDC’s data manipulation of death certificates and case definitions as well as presenting evidence-based scientific research everyone should be aware of. He has additionally partnered with Stand For Health Freedom to produce two important grassroots campaigns calling for a Congressional Investigation and a Grand Jury Investigation into these alleged acts of willful misconduct. Join the millions taking action to preserve every family’s freedom.
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