Data taken from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirms that 35,980 deaths have been linked to the COVID vaccine; medical literature confirms vaccine-linked disease to autism.
"Of the 72 vaccine doses now mandated essentially mandated—they recommended, but they're really mandated for American children—none of them, not one, has ever been subject to a pre-licensing placement-controlled trial," Kennedy's lawsuit against HHS confirms.
The FDA has "repeatedly stated that effectiveness against transmission remains unproven," the trio write, noting that the agency’s website maintains: "the scientific community does not yet know if Comirnaty will reduce such transmission."
"The conventional SARS-CoV-2 vaccine’s ability to provide immunological protection may be significantly impacted by over-vaccination. If this happens, either newly diagnosed COVID-19 cases or people who have already contracted the virus again may have a more severe case of the illness. This concept was proposed after seeing tolerance of both the humoral and cellular immune responses to prolonged booster immunization doses."
A case report in the medical journal Frontiers in Immunology highlights a rare case of a patient developing rheumatoid encephalitis after receiving a booster immunization of the mRNA-1273 COVID-19 vaccine, raising concerns about potential adverse reactions to the vaccine.
The US government's Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program has approved 19 COVID-19 vaccine injury claims, but none of the injured individuals have yet received compensation, leading to criticism from lawyers representing claimants.