Is the UK’s Drug Regulatory Agency Covering Up COVID-19 Vax Death Data? Two Oxford Professors Believe So
Sounds about right...
Tweet did pretty well
“Professor Carl Henheghan and Dr. Tom Jefferson made the allegations recently according to DailyMail and other UK media. Is the very watchdog charged with transparency and reporting of adverse events associated with the COVID-19 vaccines involved with obfuscating the details involving AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine-related deaths?
To date, the reporting system included 2,743 logged deaths, but these by no means represent all deaths. Much like the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), these systems typically underreport safety events.
While the Oxford professors report a firm called Genpact was retained to improve the system with AI, there is no evidence that such technology advancements have been used at all. Moreover, the pair report in their own blog that “We can’t find a single analysis or publication from the AI-based system involvement.”
They also note that the MHRA’s expert advisory group tracking clinical trials produced minutes on vaccine safety since 2020, but none of those minutes have been released due to confidentiality until and only when a “final decision has been made.”
They note, “Contradictions galore and the absence of a gizmo to identify deaths. Yes, deaths, not arcane events.” TrialSite asks, "What's going on with the MHRA? Does human life not matter?" A similar pattern appears to be a concern with U.S. agencies. The MHRA alleges that there are inaccuracies in the blog.
Meanwhile, lawsuits mount against AstraZeneca in the UK.
Call to Action: Follow the link to the blog.
You don’t get more more blue chip than Professor Carl Henheghan and Dr. Tom Jefferson.
It’s no surprise
Given this post from a couple of weeks ago, this should come as no surprise to subscribers. MHRA is waving through drugs that have not been scrutinised even in the most cursory fashion. Then they are allowing companies to dispense with inconveniences such as quality control testing.
Media don’t understand
This is a TWEET from Beverley Turner, where she says:
“Interesting insight into the reasons why some people will have fared worse from the Mrna covid jabs than others... Remember all that fuss about them having to be kept cold? And then that suddenly didn't seem to matter?... Nobody really cared about the quality and ironically that will have been good for some!!”
She couldn’t be more wrong! The body of the Tweet says:
“Please watch this clip by Dr Ryan Cole. A lot of people that took that jab may have received the placebo or the vaccine wasn't stored properly which would have had the same effect as the placebo. Don't think about it too much And wishing you well wishes”
No, no, no, incorrect storage, transportation or handling can turn a product toxic, as well as it becoming inert. I tried to correct her, but ears and deaf got in the way.
Maybe it’s time those who really understand the industry were consulted by the media—just sayin’.
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