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This issue of The McCullough Report will unpack a busy week in the COVID-19 news cycle and give you insight into what is being reported in the media, social media, and probably your friends and family concerning COVID-19 vaccination and what it means for the individual, family, and our society.
While the JNJ vaccine remains on “pause” for rare blood clots in the brain and some deaths, the mRNA vaccines (MODERNA, PFIZER) continue to be administered in vaccination centers that may have fewer volunteers for the shot. A report from Oxford indicated that while the AZ and JNJ adenoviral vector vaccines were associated with cavernous venous thrombosis in the brain, the mRNA vaccines were >30 times more likely to cause portal vein thrombosis in the abdomen leading to liver damage and hospitalization.
Either of these complications would be unacceptable to most who are seeking vaccination for a respiratory illness, in many below age 50, which is like the common cold.
In a recent report, for individuals who have underlying bone marrow or blood disorders, the rates of vaccine efficacy were lower, and the safety risks for low platelets and a problem called “VITT” or vaccine-induced thrombocytopenic purpura were greater with COVID-19 vaccination. The reason why these vaccines cause similar blood clotting problems to the actual COVID-19 infection is because the vaccines trick the human body into producing the dangerous spike protein, which does a lot of the damage with the real infection.
This is the first time we have tried this approach in vaccination, and the safety risks are becoming apparent. I read off the April 9, 2021 safety data directly from the CDC VAERS website, with the top line of 2602 deaths after 77M were fully vaccinated and 200M had received at least one dose. For comparison, the annual influenza vaccine is given to 195M Americans typically garners 20-30 deaths in VAERS.
All experts agree the COVID-19 vaccine is the deadliest in human history. The real question is: is it worth it?
Reports from the UK indicate 60-70% of COVID-19 cases are now coming from fully vaccinated persons. As more are vaccinated, it makes sense that COVID-19 cases will naturally arise out of this population. Thus we can only hope the population statistics improve since vaccinated individuals will take the upfront risks of the injection and end up suffering from the infection on the back end.
I finish with a discussion regarding the social implications of vaccine status and the rapid announcement of vaccine passports, mandatory vaccination in high schools and universities, and the legal battles lining up for employers for those who decline the vaccination in many cases for good reasons. COVID-recovered patients have robust and complete immunity with no opportunity for benefit. Those with vaccination reaction concerns and risks, according to the CDC, should not be vaccinated.
Finally, those with closely held religious beliefs may decline vaccination. Does this mean we cannot go to school, travel, or be employed?
How can an emergency use authorized investigational vaccine with no proven long-term efficacy and a menacing and lethal safety profile be thrust into our lives and dominate us so quickly? Find out in this issue of The McCullough Report, and these issues are fully explored in what appears to be a catapulting course towards totalitarianism in previously democratic societies.
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