What we know now about the COVID shot


After two years of real-life data, we are no longer guessing about the issues with Covid-19 or the vaccines.  We have the information.  We can not answer the question, "Do the COVID shots work?"

Around the world, leaders promised that SARS-CoV-2 vaccines would be a savior, allowing people to return to normal. More than a year later it is becoming apparent that these promises were hollow - or worse. The vaccines do not stop transmission of the virus and do not stop a person from becoming ill.

There is no way to prove, in any individual, that the course of illness is less severe if vaccinated. In fact, as shown below, some data shows the opposite to be true.  As former NY Times reporter Alex Berenson notes, “mRNA COVID vaccinations and boosters need to stop worldwide while we figure out what is happening.”

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