CDC: J&J Vaccine Paused to Teach Doctors to Report Injury

There are two types of COVID-19 vaccinations currently on the market. The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines make use of messenger RNA (mRNA) technology that has been likened to “software updates” for your body. These are, in fact, gene therapies and not vaccinations.

By labeling them vaccines, the government is violating 15 U.S. Code Section 41 of the Federal Trade Commission Act1,2 that dictates what you can and cannot do to promote a health product or service.

What has been used to routinely shut down alternative health practitioners and companies is now blatantly disregarded as pharmaceutical companies are manufacturing and distributing gene therapy injections with no proven track record. The FTC writes:3

“It is unlawful under the FTC Act, 15 U.S.C. § 41 et seq., to advertise that a product or service can prevent, treat, or cure human disease unless you possess competent and reliable scientific evidence, including, when appropriate, well-controlled human clinical studies, substantiating that the claims are true at the time they are made.”

The same can also be said of the vaccines manufactured by Johnson & Johnson4 and AstraZeneca,5 both of which use a more conventional technology in the development of their vaccines. While Moderna and Pfizer use mRNA, Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines use a modified adenovirus that carries genetic material from SARS-CoV-2.

Many of the long-term effects from the mRNA genetic therapies will not be evident for several years, but it appears both of the more conventional vaccines carry an immediate risk of rare blood clots.6

In a recent interview with ABC News, Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, talked about the revealing reason the CDC has paused administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.7

Pause Required to Teach Doctors How to Report Injury

April 13, 2021, ABC News reported the FDA announced they would temporarily halt the distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as they investigated reports of a rare blood clot condition in an “abundance of caution.”8 The news reporter went on to support the pharmaceutical company, saying:9

“And to be super clear, your chances of getting struck by lightning are nearly twice as high, 1 in half a million. But the FDA is warning anyone who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in the last three weeks to be on the lookout …”

During her interview with ABC News, Schuchat talked about the reason behind the pause and why the CDC had decided not to just put out a warning to health professionals and the public. She said:10

“The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices is going to carefully review the evidence so far and consider risks and benefits and advise us about how they interpret these findings …

I can’t say how long the pause will last but a key component of why we are on this pause is so we can educate the clinicians about how to diagnose and treat this condition because the usual treatment could actually make things worse … but also to report it, because we don’t know if we’ve missed some cases, whether the risk really is 1 in a million or perhaps more than that.”

Throughout much of the news media, reporters and officials are stressing the temporary stop order is the result of only six cases having been reported. However, while listening to Schuchat’s interview, it’s obvious the CDC believes something else is going on.

In fact, in this stunning admission, she states that most physicians must explicitly be taught how to recognize and report adverse reactions from vaccinations, and more specifically from the current round of COVID-19 vaccinations. This indicates they believe what other health experts have been saying — the vast majority of vaccine injuries are going unreported.11

On the one hand, Schuchat stated that there was currently no evidence to suggest this unique blood clot condition is associated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. On the other hand, the FDA advises12 people who have had the vaccine in the past three weeks to watch out for specific symptoms that may indicate you’ve developed the condition — cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST).

The Numbers Don’t Add Up

This is an interesting and shocking admission since the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) was established in 1990,13 over 30 years ago. In other words, Schuchat and the CDC do not believe that physicians know enough about a 30-year-old system to be able to use it appropriately.

Or, could it be that they understand the number of people experiencing blood clots after the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may number far more than 1 in every million vaccines given?

The unique CVST condition also shows up in women taking hormone contraceptives, aka the birth control pill. According to a review and meta-analysis in 2015 published in Frontiers in Neurology,14 “Oral contraceptive pills use increases the risk of developing CVST in women of reproductive age.” Evidence shows up to 5 women in every 1 million each year who take birth control pills have a stroke from CVST.

These strokes affect women younger than 50 and lead to “significant disability leading to dependency” in up to 10% of those affected and death in up to 15%. The researchers quote these statistics from a study published in 2000.15 In other words, CVST is a known significant adverse effect from birth control pills affecting 5 in every million women each year.

The CDC and FDA are not pulling birth control pills from the shelves, yet they are pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for an adverse effect that occurs in 80% fewer people. It is more likely they are well aware that the dangerous and potentially lethal blood clots are a significant side effect of the vaccine for more people than are reported, but instead of sharing that concern, they are staying focused on ensuring the public continues to line up for the shot.

Another way in which the numbers have been manipulated is through the use of the VAERS data.16 While speaking to ABC News, Schuchat made it clear that physicians are not reporting all adverse events, and likely they’re also not reporting many, if any, of the side effects they are finding in their patients. Therefore, the numbers of deaths and injuries reported to the VAERS are dramatically different from reality.

However, the CDC and FDA17 continue to insist the vaccine program designed to address the COVID-19 pandemic is perfectly safe, which is the same claim they have made for all other vaccines.18

Vaccine Effects Consistent With Past Results

Despite the official refrain that’s repeated by most mainstream media that vaccines have been thoroughly vetted and “hundreds” of studies have proven they are safe, one study19 published in 2017 demonstrated this simply isn’t true. The findings examined the health outcomes in a population after the introduction of the diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTP) and oral polio vaccine (OPV) in the early 1980s.

The population in Guinea-Bissau offered the researchers a rare opportunity to compare the health outcomes of vaccinated and unvaccinated children due to the way the vaccines were rolled out.

According to the authors, the “DTP was associated with a fivefold higher mortality than being unvaccinated,” and “All currently available evidence suggests that DTP vaccine may kill more children from other causes than it saves from diphtheria, tetanus or pertussis.”20

Similar published results were found in children vaccinated for the flu, which increased their risk of acquiring noninfluenza respiratory infections.21,22 Another study using data from the VAERS looked at the rate of occurrence of meningitis after the administration of vaccines to individuals from infancy to 74.7 years.23

The researchers found 722 cases where meningitis onset began within six weeks after the individual was vaccinated; 57.5% were in the first six weeks and 45.2% were in the first two weeks. Meningitis was reported after several types of vaccinations including hepatitis B, DTP, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), and hemophilus influenza B. The researchers concluded:24

“The unbalanced distribution of reports of meningitis in the first six weeks after vaccination is suggestive of the possibility that some cases may be triggered by vaccination.”

More VAERS Data Show Specific Vaccine Injury

A second team of researchers that used the VAERS database to evaluate vaccinations found 54 people who contracted Guillain-Barre syndrome in one year.25 Of these, 38 happened within the first six weeks after vaccination.

Another research group26 found that the use of non-live vaccines, such as H1N1 influenza, DTP and hepatitis B, increase the overall mortality for those who received the vaccine, with an especially higher rate among girls.27

More recently, a study from Tel Aviv University showed that the SARS-CoV-2 mutation currently found in South Africa affects more people who were vaccinated with at least one of the two shots of the Pfizer gene therapy.28

While the risk of infection is eight times higher in people who are vaccinated, the study did not report disease outcomes and it is still unknown whether the South African mutation would trigger a more serious illness in vaccinated individuals. However, if the South African mutation travels at the rate of the original virus, it can be expected to be found globally within mere months.

Although the vaccine industry and many public health organizations insist that vaccines are universally safe and effective, much of the data from the VAERS and case reports tell a distinctly different story. Yet, as Schuchat indicated, this is potentially only the tip of the iceberg since many of the vaccine injuries likely go unreported.

The Stories of Vaccine Injury Are Heartbreaking

While mainstream media have covered in detail the health effects and disease outcomes of COVID-19, they have overlooked the heartbreaking stories of individuals who have received the vaccine and became disabled or died. Just one injury or death from an infectious disease or vaccine is one too many.

As the U.S. has encouraged their citizens to remain locked down, socially distant and masked up while waiting for a vaccine, they have completely overlooked the necessity of making healthy lifestyle choices.

These choices could ultimately not only reduce the risk of all infectious diseases, including COVID-19, but also the health risks and deaths associated with cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease, which are agents in five of the top 10 leading causes of death.29 According to the VAERS COVID-19 report through April 9, 2021, the vaccine was responsible for:

Death — 2,602
Hospitalization and doctor and urgent care visits — 25,845
Anaphylaxis — 458
Heart attack — 549
Miscarriage — 100

Yet, it’s important to note that while these numbers are devastating, Schuchat postulated they may not be indicative of the real numbers since the CDC is pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine roll out to teach physicians how to report adverse side effects. These are just some of the injuries and deaths recorded on the VAERS:

An 18-year-old girl was diagnosed on April 1, 2021 with a superior sagittal sinus thrombosis, an uncommon cause of stroke, after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.30

A 20-year-old young woman with no previous medical history presented with diffuse muscle pain, elevated white blood cell count, skin rash and fever. She was hospitalized for 11 days.31

A 68-year-old man received a good bill of health from his doctor before the vaccine. He died suddenly from heart failure 11 days after getting the first Pfizer vaccine.32

A 57-year-old man began having trouble walking within days of getting the vaccine. He was taken to the hospital where they prescribed him valium, did an X-ray and sent him home. Days later the weakness was worse. He was admitted to the hospital with Guillain-Barre syndrome where he died 11 days later.33

A 36-year-old man began vomiting after his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. He was found dead on the floor of the bathroom after having been throwing up blood. The autopsy showed his stomach was full of blood.34

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