BMJ investigation finds that VAERS is broken, CDC not following maintenance standards

BMJ investigation finds that VAERS is broken, CDC not following maintenance standards

It appears as though the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is no longer effectively managing the government-run Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

The British Medical Journal (BMJ) conducted an investigation which found that VAERS, the nation’s primary early warning system for detecting potential problems with pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines, is “overwhelmed” because the CDC is failing to manage it properly in accordance with the law.

Ever since Operation Warp Speed and the unleashing of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines,” there have been so many reports flooding into VAERS about adverse events and deaths that the CDC is allegedly unable to keep up with logging them – that or the CDC is intentionally hiding the ugly truth by failing to upload it into the VAERS database for the public to view.

Beyond that, VAERS seems to be intentionally operated in such a way as to deliberately withhold damning information from the public. It is anything but transparent and wholly user un-friendly, as well as non-responsive. The BMJ investigation determined that there must be two versions of VAERS: the broken one the public cannot see, and the hidden, functional one the government can see.

(Related: The latest data from VAERS suggests that one out of every 1,000 COVID “vaccine” recipients is now dead.)

VAERS is broken

Co-managed by both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the CDC, VAERS exists to collect reports of symptoms, diagnoses, hospital admissions and deaths following vaccination. The purpose of this is to capture post-marketing safety signals to determine whether or not there are any unusual or unexpected reporting patterns for adverse events.

In the case of COVID injections, there is clearly a trend of recipients developing serious heart problems like myocarditis, as one example. VAERS has likely received tens of thousands of reports about this that, by all appearances, the CDC and the FDA are failing to properly tabulate into the system for public viewing.

Whether this is due to negligence or intent is unclear, but what we do know is that VAERS is broken as far as being functional in accordance with its designed intent. It is supposed to exist as a benefit to the public, but right now it exists as a tool of deception – and a very poorly managed tool of deception, at that.

Another fact that many do not realize is that VAERS is a voluntary reporting system. Health care providers are “strongly encouraged,” but not required, to submit adverse event reports to it, even if they are unsure whether or not a vaccine injection caused it.

“In contrast, vaccine manufacturers are required by law to report all adverse events that ‘come to their attention,'” explains The Epoch Times.

While anyone can legally file a VAERS report, those who do so falsely may be subject to fines or imprisonment. Even so, VAERS has been shown time and time again to capture very little of the overall number of vaccine adverse events that occur – as little as one percent, according to data from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care study.

The CDC admits that in 2019, prior to COVID, VAERS received more than 48,000 reports of vaccine adverse events, 85 to 90 percent of which were mild. After Operation Warp Speed, the BMJ discovered that an “unprecedented” 1.7 million adverse events were reported to VAERS.

Of these 1.7 million reported adverse events, one million were reported in 2021, the first full year of the jab rollout, with another 660,000 being reported after that. Since 20 percent, or one in five, cases of these 1.7 million were considered “serious” rather than mild, the vast majority of these injuries were attributed to COVID jabs.

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