The Defender compared the death rate from the flu vaccines with the death rate for the COVID-19 vaccines as reported in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) run by the CDC. The results are alarming.
If we compare the 653 COVID-19 vaccine deaths reported in VAERS to the 20 flu vaccine deaths during the 2020-2021 flu season reported on VAERS, a shocking statistic emerges.
As of February 4, 2021, there have been 653 deaths reported in the VAERS system associated with COVID-19 vaccinations after the administration of 35 million COVID-19 vaccinations, which began on December 14, 2020. Compare that with only 20 flu vaccine-related deaths so far during the 2020/2021 flu season after approximately 193.6 million flu vaccines were distributed.
For the purpose of our analysis, we will assume that all of the distributed flu vaccines were administered. That is a fair assumption since the distribution data suggests a very tight inventory control with the distribution steadily ramping up from 37.4 million on August 14, 2020, to 193.6 million on February 5, 2021. In the early fall, the flu vaccines were being distributed at a rate of 10 to 20 million per week. But during the eight-week period from December 4, 2020, when the total number of flu vaccines distributed was 189.4 million, until February 5, 2021, when the total reached 193.6 million doses, the weekly distribution had decreased to an average of approximately 350,000 units per week. That represented a steady decrease in the incremental distribution and suggests it was being done to keep up with the demand for the administration of the vaccines without shipping unneeded vaccines. Indeed, there would be no need to keep distributing vaccines unless there was continuing demand and most of the previously distributed vaccines had already been administered.
What do all those numbers mean? The CDC vaccine mortality data reveals that the COVID-19 vaccines are approximately 180 times (18,000%) more deadly than the flu vaccines.
One might argue that figure is inaccurate because the VAERS data only shows correlation and is not proof of causation. But that argument fails in this case because were are doing a comparative study of VAERS data. That means that we are comparing the correlation between deaths from the COVID-19 vaccine with the deaths from the flu vaccines as reported in the same VAERS database. Both vaccines share the same reporting criteria. With that in mind, the percentage of deaths that can be proven to be caused by the flu vaccines and those caused by the COVID-19 vaccines should be the same. That conclusion is particularly compelling when one considers the population sizes for each type of vaccine. There is a population of 35 million for the COVID-19 vaccines and 193.6 million for the flu vaccines. Thus, the relative correlation to deaths between those two types of vaccines should very closely relate to the relative causation of deaths between them.
Thus, it is accurate to say that the COVID-19 vaccines are 18,000% more deadly than the flu vaccines.
Please be mindful that the VAERS database suffers from a systemic flaw that is known to the HHS. That flaw is that the VAERS database underreports the vaccine adverse events by a factor of 100. Indeed, a Harvard study of the VAERS system revealed that “fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events are reported.” Id. at 6. That means that the approximately 653 deaths for the COVID-19 vaccines in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) actually represent 65,300 deaths from the COVID-19 vaccines. That also means that the 20 deaths from the flu vaccines actually represent 2,000 deaths from the flu vaccines. Assuming that is the case, it does not change the relationship between the deadliness of the flu vaccines and the COVID-19 vaccines. The COVID-19 vaccines remain 18,000% more deadly than the flu vaccines when the data is brought more in line with the real numbers.