Tucker Carlson Maintains That Thirty People A Day Are Dying After Getting COVID Vaccinations

Tucker Carlson maintained that approximately thirty people every day are dying after getting the coronavirus vaccination, sparking backlash in the scientific community.

The Fox News host displayed his outrage at President Joe Biden’s encouraging people to get vaccinated, saying that the social pressure was immense.

Tucker Carlson said that countless viewers will have had their shot and good for them, but said people were not being told enough about the possible dangers.

Tucker Carlson then cited data from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), a site run by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which registers any unfavourable response to a vaccine.

Tucker Carlson pointed out that, according to the VAERS statistics, 3,362 people died after getting a COVID vaccine in the United States between December and April 23, and that this was an average of about thirty people every day, but health professionals have said that he’s misrepresenting the VAERS data.

They pointed out that the VAERS database was heavy with disclaimers, which point out that someone dying after receiving a vaccine was not the same as someone dying as a result of the vaccine.

The CDC says that 148 million Americans have now been vaccinated, with huge benefits to the well-being of the nation, and health experts pointed out that the risks have been investigated, and considered minimal.

Tucker maintained that there were far fewer deaths recorded by VAERS after other vaccines, such as the flu jab, and suggested that the Democratic administration currently in power needed to examine what was occurring.

He said that vaccines are not dangerous. And he said that was not a guess, and that they knew pretty conclusively from the official figures. But he said more investigation was needed into COVID jabs.

He maintained that it was clear that what was occurring now, for whatever reason, was not even close to normal, and that it wasn’t even close to what has been seen in previous years with prior vaccines, and he said that most vaccines were not accused of killing vast numbers of people.

The CDC said that the CDC and FDA physicians evaluate each case report of death as soon as notified and CDC requests medical records to further assess reports and that a review of available clinical information including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records revealed no indication that the vaccination contributed to patient mortality.

EMA’s safety committee (PRAC) concluded that unusual blood clots with low blood platelets should be listed as a somewhat unusual side effect of Vaxzevria (the previously COVID 19 Vaccine AstraZeneca).

And in reaching this conclusion, the committee took into consideration all currently available evidence, including the advice from an ad hoc expert group, and the EMA was reminding healthcare professionals and people getting the vaccine to remain aware of the possibility of extremely rare cases of blood clots, coupled with low levels of blood platelets transpiring inside two weeks of vaccination.

So far, most of the cases reported have occurred in women below 60 years of age inside two weeks of vaccination, but based on the currently obtainable evidence, particular risk factors haven’t been established.

Of course, there will be loads of people out there that will say that Tucker is a fool and a crackpot, but the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has said there is a risk, even though rare, there have been numerous cases. Therefore, it appears that Tucker isn’t such a crackpot after all, unless, of course, people think that the EMA is lying as well.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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