The Unseen Crisis: Vaccine Stories You Were Never Told
Brook Jackson was a clinical trial auditor for Ventavia, a contractor that managed trial data for Pfizer. In the course of her work, she noticed numerous examples of improper procedures and handling of data. This was supposed to be a blind trial, but it prematurely became very unblinded. She further discovered a large number of adverse event data being thrown out. When she tried to alert Pfizer to the problems, she got no response. Eventually she sent her information to the FDA. About six hours later, she was fired.
Doctor and Lt. Colonel Pete Chambers saw one heart attack during his military career up through 2020. Now he sees them all the time. As is often the case for those who notice awkward problems with vaccines, Dr. Chambers was fired by a man who later admitted that he was just “following orders” and Chambers was right. Chambers correctly pointed out that we are all in trouble if good men don’t start disobeying unlawful orders.
Brianne Dressen was an AstraZeneca clinical trial participant who was seriously injured by the vaccine. After being ignored by AstraZeneca and others, she received a call from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and was flown to a facility where they knew exactly what was going on and how to treat it. They knew all about the microclotting and other adverse effects of the vaccines. Their treatment was completely effective, and she is now symptom-free and back to full health. Brianne is still not sure how she got so lucky as to get this treatment, but if you want it too, good luck.
The FDA has said it can’t possibly find a sign that something is wrong. Other agencies act like they don’t know what you are talking about when you complain of adverse symptoms. They were able to spot the much smaller safety signals during Covid, but now the historically huge signals are invisible. Perhaps there is some lack of oxygen to the brain due to too much masking up? Or indulging in their own pharmaceutical products too enthusiastically? There are many possible explanations for the sudden descent into drooling stupidity. If Brianne is to be believed, this is not stupidity; this is part of a plan. There are other sources not covered in this video that confirm this to be the case.
But the Pfizer and Moderna jabs are effective, right? So, it’s worth the terrible risk? There is a clip of Pfizer representative Janine Small clearly saying there was no testing or verification of the vaccine’s ability to stop transmission before it went on the market. The claims of “95 percent effectiveness” refer to relative effectiveness, which means nothing. Absolute effectiveness, which is the number to look at, would never have passed FDA standards.
I know many consider Epoch Times to be the fount of all misinformation, but what I have covered in this review comes from videos of qualified people explaining what they know from firsthand experience. The thumb is UP.
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly journal of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Fall 2023🖨️ Print post