July 24, 2024

Recent Study Highlights Higher Risk of Cerebral Blood Clots with COVID-19 Vaccines

Recent Study Highlights Higher Risk of Cerebral Blood Clots with COVID-19 Vaccines

A new study by Dr. Peter McCullough and colleagues found that COVID-19 vaccines carry a significantly higher risk of cerebral blood clots than other vaccines, based on VAERS data from 1990 to 2023. The research revealed over 5,000 brain blood clot events following COVID-19 vaccination, compared to just 52 for flu vaccines and 282 for all other vaccines combined over the same period. The study suggests the spike protein in COVID-19 vaccines may cause serious clotting issues and calls for a global suspension on their use, especially for women of reproductive age. The CDC asserts that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective, with no plans to alter current recommendations.

Editor’s Note: The significantly higher incidence of these clotting happening compared to other vaccines raises critical questions about the safety profile of COVID-19 shots. We know that the shots have disastrous long-term effects on the body. Despite these alarming findings, the CDC maintains its stance on the vaccines’ safety and effectiveness, showing no intention of altering current recommendations.

It is essential to prioritize both individual autonomy and comprehensive scientific inquiry to ensure public health decisions are both safe and effective. Not because the CDC recommended and required it. [See also: The truth is coming out: mRNA shots cause blood clots, FDA Limits Use of J&J Vaccine Over Blood Clotting Disorder, But Experts Say Pfizer, Moderna Shots Pose Similar Risk]

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