As of the end of October, the miracle vaccine that was supposed to save us all and let us return to normal lives has killed over 17,619 Americans, and sent over 86,542 to the hospital, at least according to the US government official website for recording such things. If things continue at this rate, we will see over 22,000 deaths by the end of this year. It must be pointed out that these numbers are actually low-end estimates. Before we get to why that is, though, how do these numbers compare to other vaccines? Maybe these are just normal and to be expected.
The Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) is used for all vaccines, not just for the Covid vaccines. It was started in 1990 to provide a way to track and identify early indications of problems with vaccines. In the 32 years of its existence, there have been a total of 26,680 reported deaths for all vaccines, or 9,061 total deaths from all other vaccines besides the Covid vaccines. That is roughly 280 deaths per year for all other vaccines combined. Given that there are now over 40 different vaccines tracked in the database, the number of deaths attributable to any vaccine is very low – except for the Covid vaccines.
In just ten months, the number of deaths attributable to the Covid vaccines is almost 63 times the annual number for all other vaccines. By the end of the year, that factor will likely be almost 80 times. Does this bother anyone?
Vaccine proponents, including from within our own government, have attempted to dismiss and discredit these numbers. They often claim that since the VAERS system is voluntary, there are all sorts of false reports in the system so the numbers are unreliable. Aside from the fact that filing a VAERS report is time-consuming and requires filling out a rather extensive form, it is illegal to file a false report:
“Knowingly filing a false VAERS report is a violation of Federal law (18 U.S. Code § 1001) punishable by fine and imprisonment.”