Lawsuit forces CDC to hand over V-safe data showing incriminating covid vaccine injuries
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has no choice
but to turn over the trove of data from its V-safe Covid Vaccine Adverse Health Impacts database, which shows that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccines" are anything but safe and effective.
The group Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) recently won a lawsuit that forces the federal agency to turn over the data, which it previously refused to do. V-safe, in case you have never heard of it, is a smartphone app that collects data on Fauci Flu shot injuries and deaths that was downloaded and used by more than 10 million participants.
"V-safe provides personalized and confidential health check-ins via text messages and web surveys so you can quickly and easily share with CDC how you, or your dependent, feel after getting a COVID-19 vaccine," the CDC claims about the tool. "This information helps CDC monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines in near real time."
In order to obtain the data, ICAN "activated its legal team," the goal being to make the data public so everyone can see it. ICAN reportedly sued the CDC twice, resulting in the federal agency finally capitulating to a court order. (Related: Facebook is shutting down groups
for speaking in code about covid jab injuries and deaths.)
"ICAN has taken the CDC's official raw data and created a visual dashboard interface for ease of use," the group says.
More than one third of V-safe users were personally hurt by covid jabs
Using the customized dashboard in the V-safe tool, ICAN was able to present for public review more than 144 million lines of health data gathered into the database, including key data on injuries and deaths.
We now know that out of the 10 million people who used V-safe, a whopping 3,353,110 – more than one third – suffered personal injuries as a result of getting shot. All in all, 6,458,751 "health impacts" were reported by V-safe users.
Such impacts include:
- Inability to work or attend school
- Inability to engage in normal daily activities, and / or
- Inability to get care from a doctor or other health professional
To be clear, an individual user of V-safe can add more than one health impact. The 6,458,751 number, in other words, does not necessarily imply that more than 6.4 million people out of 10 million people suffered adverse events.
According to vaccine attorney Aaron Siri, it took 463 days and two lawsuits for the CDC to turn over the data.
"Of the 10 million users within V-safe, 7.7% of them had to seek medical care after vaccination," Siri says. "That is an incredibly high percentage, it appears to me."
Chase Gallagher of "Fox News @ Night" added that this 7.7 percent required serious care via emergency rooms and hospitalizations, some of which were extended.
"And on top of that," he added during a segment, "another 2.5 million – we're talking 25 percent – missed work or school or had bad reactions to the vaccine."
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"They tried to make people think they were alone when they had a serious negative reaction," one commenter wrote.
"Now they are trying to 'normalize' all of the side effects," added another. "Heart issues and clots and just plain old keeling over dead after the shots ... all normal."
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