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Liz Wheeler Fake News About Vaccines

Updated: Apr 12, 2022

Liz Wheeler's "Reading Pfizer's Confidential Document" COVID misinformation. Thirty-four seconds into the video, Wheeler belatedly slanders Phizer by claiming they "knew about side effects". She misrepresents the facts and monetizes lies, despite the fact that she is endangering others. Wheeler needs to take a moment to realize how amazing the mRNA vaccines because of how few adverse events there have been.

During the study , 298 792 852 doses of mRNA vaccines were administered in the USA. VAERS processed 340,522 adverse events. Out of those 340,522 adverse events, 313,499 (92.1%) were non-serious. That leaves only 22,527 (6.6%) serious events. 4,496 (1.3%) events recorded were deaths. To make that clear. Out of 298,792,852 doses, not people, only 4,996 deaths were recorded. “Deaths happen naturally within the population, especially considering the elderly and most vulnerable populations received the vaccine first”, Dr. Edwards said. According to 2017 data, nearly 150,000 people die every day around the world. (World Economic Forum, n.d.) Most of the reactions were mild and not long-lasting. They include local reactogenicity, injection-site pain, fatigue, and headache.

There have been no deaths directly caused by the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. Dr. Edwards said. Three people died from blood clots after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a starting point to see what scientists need to investigate. The VAERS system does not contain verified side effects; it simply records adverse events around the time of vaccination. An endocrinologist must evaluate the data in the VAERS report to see if a pattern is discovered and if causation has been found. VAERS is not a list of side effects, as many have represented it. Truly, data found in VAERS support the idea that the mRNA vaccines are completely safe. We as a world should thank all the scientists who worked on this extraordinary project.


World Economic Forum. (n.d.). Retrieved from Global deaths: This is how COVID-

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