You may recall the much-reported "95% efficacy" of the vaccine against COVID-19. We all assumed that if we were vaccinated, we would then only have a 5% chance of becoming infected. Sounds great, but the statement is misleading. In the Pfizer study, only 8 out of 18,198, or 0.043% of participants who received the vaccine, contracted COVID, while 162 out of 18,325, 0.884% in the control group who received injections of saline became infected. Therefore, while there was a Relative Risk Reduction of 95%, the Actual Risk Reduction was a mere 0.84%.
Here is the Pfizer study conducted by the Canadian COVID Care Alliance. This organization comprises over 500 independent Canadian doctors, scientists, and health care practitioners.
The Pfizer 6 month data shows that Pfizer’s COVID-19 inoculations cause more illness than they prevent. Plus, an overview of the Pfizer trial flaws in both design and execution.
- Pfizer’s most recent report indicates an Efficacy of 91.3%. (Which means a reduction in positive cases compared to placebo group.)
- But it also showed, compared to the placebo group, an increase in illness and deaths.
- There is no benefit to a reduction in cases if it comes at the cost of increased sickness and death.
“The trials did not follow scientific protocols, owing to the desire for rapid deployment. Follow-up studies were made virtually impossible because as subjects were unblinded — made aware of whether they had received the vaccine or the placebo. The unvaccinated largely chose to receive the vaccine. Thus, there is no control group remaining to study”
Where is the outrage?
I would urge everyone to read this study by going to the link above. Seek out other studies and reports. We all owe it to ourselves to become informed and educated about something this important. Our lives and those of our children are at stake. We must also demand more disclosure than we have been receiving from the drug companies and from our government officials. Their priorities, whether political or profit-driven, are different from ours.
2/18/2022 11:32:28 am
Would be good to have this witthout the tie to Weber County Conservatives. That will put many off because they will see that first and ignore it because they are so blind to anything "conservative."
6/20/2022 02:09:36 am
With respect to Jim Owens I disagree. I live in Weber County and am currently looking at my options for Republicans. This man will be getting my vote based almost entirely on this and the previous post. The fact that a Republican candidate is talking about this when no Republicans in current government are tells me all I need to know.
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