The following article was written by Alex Berenson and was published by The Defender last November 19, 2021.
In this article, Berenson further analyzes the results of a huge Swedish study showing that vaccine protection against COVID declined after six months [this study was first reported here: Swedish study: Antibodies in fully vaxxed with Pfizer, Astrazeneca decline steeply after only a few months].
Here are some important points highlighted by Berenson:
- On page 32 of the 34-page report, a chart showed that 3,939 of the 4.03 million Swedes who received the second dose died less than two weeks later.
- All-cause mortality has increased by 20% above normal after receiving their second COVID vaccine dose.
- Vaccines increase the risk of COVID infection after about eight months.
To see the data for yourself, visit: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3949410
Editor’s Note: What is in these vaccines that are causing the higher susceptibility to COVID among vaccinated people? [This is evidenced by the new surge in COVID cases and deaths in highly vaccinated countries, see Gibraltar, the World’s Most Vaccinated Country has Canceled Christmas Celebrations Amid COVID Spike, Majority of Covid-19 Deaths and Hospitalizations in Scotland are Fully Vaccinated, Singapore Overtakes 2020 Record Despite High Vaccination Rate, Experts Admit Surge due to Waning Protection from Vaccine, Waterford, Ireland: Vaccinated Patients in ICU as High as Total Number of COVID Patients in ICU Last Year, Israel, once the model for beating COVID, now has one of the highest infections in the world].
Why are people dying after the second dose of the COVID vaccines? [See Health experts review some possible unintended consequences of mRNA COVID vaccines and What is pathogenic priming?].
Why are governments continuing to parrot the narrative that the vaccines are effective if they cannot offer long-term protection? And if people are dying of the vaccines, how can people still believe that it is safe?
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