In about 30 seconds, investigator Steve Kirsch was able to query VAERS and determine based on the "onset curve" that at least 676,000 Americans have died from Fauci Flu shots. This translates to one death per 1,000 doses of injection given.
This estimate takes into account the fact that some of the vaccines had a double initial dose while others were single dose. No matter how you look at it, these things are far deadlier than anyone is being told, except by people like Kirsch who are reporting on it independently.
According to Kirsch, a shocking 72 percent of the IUS death reports in the entire 33-year history of VAERS even being a thing are all from one category of vaccine: the covid jabs.
"Unlike other vaccines, the COVID vaccines keep on killing people, for months and years after the shot," Kirsch notes.
"The statistics I've been able to collect estimate that the COVID vaccines kill 1 person per 1,000 doses. These vaccines aren't close to safe, so we don't even have to get into a discussion as to whether they are effective ... They are clearly unsafe and nobody should be taking them."
(Related: Back in June, Kirsch offered Paul Offit $50,000 to take the entire CDC-recommended vaccine schedule in one sitting – as far as we know, Offit never responded to the challenge.)
If you would like to see for yourself how deadly covid injections truly are, start by visiting the National Vaccine Information Center's (NVIC) MedAlerts website and setting the parameters as follows:
1. Graph the Onset Interval and Vaccines
2. Died: Yes
3. Demographics: U.S. states
Based on these inputs, you should pull up 16,396 cases with a location in some U.S. state where a patient died.
"The onset interval is the interval from the time of vaccination until the first symptoms occurred," Kirsch explains. "Since we are looking at death reports, these will be the time until the first symptoms preceding the death appear or, in many cases, the elapsed time until the death itself."
"A safe vaccine should have a peak near day 0 just due to coincidence causing false reports in the first few days after the vaccine as people falsely associate the death event with the date of vaccination. The rest of the curve should be flat. This is the case for many of the vaccines. For example, the Rubella vaccine doesn't have a single death report in the history of VAERS (but does have 800 adverse event reports)."
The flu vaccine (FLU4), meanwhile, has an onset curve for deaths that is similar to the one for covid jabs, but Kirsch notes that FLU4 jabs can be, and often are, given alongside other vaccines during the same visit, which makes it difficult to parse out the data just for FLU4 by itself.
The point, though, is that if a vaccine jab is truly safe like the government claims covid jabs are, then the deaths rates reported after people receive it should be perfectly flat "since deaths are random with respect to a vaccination date" – but this is not the case.
Based on the data from VAERS, which again is run by the government, covid jabs are anything but safe. In fact, they are so deadly that the peak of deaths plotted on Kirsch's graph "just keep going and going."
"The peaks end after 2.5 years because the COVID vaccines have only been out for 2.5 years," he further notes.
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