Got Injured by the COVID-19 Vaccine? Too Bad, So Sad!


I have a very bad feeling that a LOT of people are going to get seriously hurt by the COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna, and through no fault of their own.

Unfortunately… your options for suing the manufacturer and getting compensated for damages are slim and none. Not only are the vaccine courts incredibly powerful with regard to money and influence, but you’ll most likely be outed as a fear-mongering conspiracy theorist by all of society.

In this older article I found published on The Wall Street Journal, they admit IN CLEAR WRITING that fighting the vaccine companies will prove to be a loss.

“The US government paid out $4.4 billion over more than 30 years covering injuries relating to a host of vaccines — from flu to polio — but payouts for potential injuries from COVID-19 vaccines will be covered by a far less-generous program.

COVID-19 vaccine injuries will be covered under a program known as the ‘countermeasures injury’ compensation fund, which was set up in 2010 to cover harm resulting from vaccines for a flu pandemic, or drugs to treat an anthrax or Ebola outbreak, for example.

…the fund isn’t expected to offer much of a remedy to the public, according to lawyers and vaccine experts. Since it began processing claims, the fund has paid out $6 million on 29 claims, averaging $207,000 per person, compared with $585,000 on average per person for an older vaccine injury fund.”

One lawyer who specializes in vaccine injury went as far as to call this program “the right to file and lose.” You have no road through which you can file for appeals, you don’t get compensated for damages, and the standard of evidence for PROVING the vaccine caused you harm is much higher.

As of now, we even have video evidence of a nurse who fainted and fell on the ground just 17 minutes after getting her first shot of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.

This was not a hoax, and it wasn’t a made up video. It was from a legitimate local news organization who was filming a couple of nurses broadcasting their willingness to take the vaccine.

Want to go deeper down the rabbit hole?

I literally saw a PREGNANT doctor, 35 weeks in, happily sharing a picture of herself getting the vaccine and posting it on Twitter. An experimental drug which has yet to be tested in pregnant women for safety and effectiveness, and she’s willing taking the risk with her unborn child.

Folks, I’m not anti-vaccine, but we’ve reached the point of peak ridiculousness. People are abandoning all forms of common sense and rational skepticism in order to submit to fear and propaganda.

I’m not saying to NOT get the vaccine. What I am saying is we should be in our full rights to wait a little while longer until we see more safety data. Perhaps a year at minimum.

These pharmaceutical companies have only submitted two-months-worth of safety data, and there’s no telling what could happen 6 months, a year, or several years down the line.

What do YOU think about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines? Do you trust what Pfizer and Moderna say, or do you think they are hiding something? Reply to this newsletter and let us know where you stand!

Twitter Actively Censors All Information Criticizing the COVID-19 Vaccines

Twitter can be an incredibly useful place to get breaking news and real-time updates on what’s happening around the world. It can also be a place of disinformation and false data if you don’t know how to critically evaluate what’s in front of you.

But in today’s day and age, you don’t have to worry about a crazy lunatic guiding you the wrong way. It might be Twitter themselves, according to an official statement they recently made:

“Moving forward and beginning next week, we are expanding the policy and may require people to remove Tweets which advance harmful false or misleading narratives about COVID-19 vaccinations, including: 

False claims that suggest immunizations and vaccines are used to intentionally cause harm to or control populations… False claims which have been widely debunked about the adverse impacts or effects of receiving vaccinations… False claims that COVID-19 is not real or not serious, and therefore that vaccinations are unnecessary

Starting in early 2021, we may label or place a warning on Tweets that advance unsubstantiated rumors, disputed claims, as well as incomplete or out-of-context information about vaccines.

Well, we already saw how that worked with the ongoing election fraud and Trump’s never-ending legal battle to claim a contest that he rightfully won. Not great at all. We also saw how this approach worked with COVID-19 at the start of the pandemic. Lots of blatant censorship for false information that eventually turned out to be right on the dot.

Yet another reason to seek your information from alternative news outlets and platforms refusing to engage in blatant lies and censorship – like this newsletter! ☺

Can the COVID-19 Vaccine REALLY Be Trusted?

This isn’t a jab against the vaccine itself. Rather, it’s a criticism against pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer who have engaged in malicious practices since Day 1 of their inception.

ZeroHedge recently compiled a startling series of events in which Pfizer used some sneaky trickery to make their drugs come out on top:

A 2004 advert for Zoloft claimed that over 16 million Americans were affected by social anxiety disorder. But here’s the thing:

…a study conducted by Pfizer (the manufacturer) discovered that participants did a lot better overcoming social anxiety with ‘exposure therapy,’ including counseling with a primary care doctor about their symptoms and homework to learn how to identify and break through social habits and fears, than people who took their drug.

Whoever funds the study comes out on top. Companies commonly use positive results from head-to-head trials to encourage doctors to prescribe their drug rather than a competitor’s… When it was Pfizer funding the studies, its drug Geodon was best. In fact, this tendency for the sponsor’s drug to come out on top held true for 90% of the more than thirty trials in the survey.”

And that was just the tip of the iceberg. There are probably entire books written about Pfizer and companies like them who have deliberately participated in price gouging, damage control in the mainstream media, and selective presentation of favorable data.

So why should these practices suddenly cease to exist when it comes to a vaccine that will net multiple billions of dollars in profit? 

Pfizer CEO Wants to “Wait in Line” Before Getting His Company’s COVID-19 Vaccine

For somebody who runs the company that created the first approved COVID-19 vaccine in the USA, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla seems awfully hesitant to eat his own home cooking. From Business Insider:

“As soon as I can, I will… I’m 59 years old, in good health, I’m not working on the frontline, so my type it is not recommended to get vaccination now… [I may get the vaccine earlier] just to demonstrate the confidence of the company.

But we have made a decision that if we have to do that we would not do it with our executives, so none of the executives or board members will cut the line.”

Bourla might be technically correct in that he’s part of the population which is slated to be last in line for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine – healthy non-senior individuals who aren’t essential frontline workers or possess any co-morbidities.

But the way he’s getting ahead of the media by making his own definitive statement about his intentions makes me wonder whether he’s doing some form of damage control to prolong taking the vaccine for as long as possible.

What do YOU think about Bourla’s decision to put off getting the COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by his own company? Should he take it or not? Reply to this newsletter and let us know what he should do!

Pfizer’s Stock Didn’t Explode After Their COVID-19 Vaccine Got Approved… But Why?

You’d figure that getting a vaccine approved by the FDA within one year of its creation AND rigorous testing in Phase III clinical trials would lead to its company stock going straight up for days on end. An IPO-type growth in the span of 24 hours.

But quite the opposite happened for Pfizer, as on the day of the FDA announcement and the day after, their shares went DOWN. The Motley Fool contributor Keith Speights explains why this happened:

Like I said, everyone has expected this to come about. Everyone expected the Advisory Committee to recommend approval or recommend authorization, rather, for Pfizer’s vaccine. Because those expectations were already in investors’ minds, I think once the news arrived, it was like, ‘Okay, now what?’”

Please remember that the stock market can always remain irrational for far longer than you can remain solvent. And this year, it has been especially forward-looking when you consider how the market rallied while the world continued to descend into an economically worse position than ever before.

Perhaps their stock will steadily climb up in the future. But don’t expect any significant bursts in value like we did with Day 1 of the Airbnb going public.

Permanent Remote Work Is a Dead Dream for Google Employees

In other non-coronavirus news, it appears as if big tech companies are starting to distance themselves from the idea of permanent remote work. At some point in 2021, it will be expected that employees will have to return to the office and stay put in their cubicles.

That seems to be the case for Google, as CEO Sundar Pichai has ordered his employees to return to the office as of September 1st in an email he sent to his employees. Not only will they have to be in the office three out of the five days of the working week, but they will also have to live within commuting distance of their assigned office.

From the email:

“Ultimately, we are testing a hypothesis that a flexible work model will lead to greater productivity, collaboration and well being. Those goals have always been at the core of Google’s workplace philosophy and will stay front and center for us as we plan for the future.

No company at our scale has ever created a fully hybrid workforce model — though a few are starting to test it — so it will be interesting to try.”

Although other companies such as Twitter and Facebook have promised their employees to make remote work a permanent feature, this may easily be taken back in the near future.


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