COVID-19 Vaccines Have Killed 13 Million People

Denis Rancourt, Ph.D., is an accomplished interdisciplinary scientist and physicist and a former tenured Full Professor of Physics and lead scientist, originally at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Rancourt studied all-cause mortality for the years beginning in 2020. He concluded, “[t]here was no pandemic causing excess mortality.” He explained that the 2020 excess mortality was the result of a “multi-pronged state and iatrogenic attack against populations, and against societal support structures, which caused all the excess mortality, in every jurisdiction.” He attributed the rise in all-cause mortality starting in 2021 to the COVID-19 vaccines.

Regarding the vaccines, we quantified many instances in which a rapid rollout of a dose in the imposed vaccine schedule was synchronous with an otherwise unexpected peak in all-cause mortality, at times in the seasonal cycle and of magnitudes that have not previously been seen in the historic record of mortality.

In this way, we showed that the vaccination campaign in India caused the deaths of 3.7 million fragile residents. In Western countries, we quantified the average all-ages rate of death to be 1 death for every 2000 injections, to increase exponentially with age (doubling every additional 5 years of age), and to be as large as 1 death for every 100 injections for those 80 years and older. We estimated that the vaccines had killed 13 million worldwide.

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