Media says Covid-19 vaccine side effects are “proof” that it’s working

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(Natural News) Pharma giant Pfizer is petitioning the Trump administration for permission to release its Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine before the end of November, despite the fact that it comes with a slew of nasty side effects. Americans should not worry, though: The mainstream media says these side effects are proof that the vaccine is working.

Yahoo! News and other corporate news outlets are circulating a Kaiser Health News propaganda piece that insists the “flu-like side effects” that result from getting Pfizer’s jab are perfectly normal, even though they sound worse than the symptoms most people experience – if they even experience any symptoms at all – following a positive coronavirus test.

According to the official narrative, getting jabbed with Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine could result in sore arms, achy muscles and a fever – at a minimum. Such symptoms could last days, the vaccine pushers admit, but this is the price that people have to pay in order to stay protected against possibly developing the same symptoms from the virus itself.

The claim by Pfizer and its partner BioNTech is that nine out of 10 people vaccinated for COVID-19 gain protection against infection, though neither company has released any underlying data to back this. The expectation is that people will simply trust that these drug companies are telling the truth and “do what you’re told,” to quote Anthony Fauci.

This trust and do not verify mantra coming from Big Pharma and the mainstream media is an ironic departure from the establishment’s rejection of President Trump’s allegations of widespread election fraud. There is supposedly “no evidence” that Joe Biden’s “win” is fraudulent, and yet the total lack of evidence coming from Pfizer concerning the safety and efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccine is simply to be ignored because undisclosed “science” has declared that the jab works.


Media never demands proof that vaccines work, even as it rejects evidence proving election fraud

The so-called “independent” media is also complicit in the COVID-19 vaccine sham as it parrots every last word about the jabs’ alleged benefits while turning a blind eye to the lack of evidence.

It is worth repeating a second time that no evidence exists to show that any of the experimental COVID-19 vaccines currently in development “work” as claimed. In fact, most of them appear not to work and have the potential to kill you and your family.

“We are asking people to take a vaccine that is going to hurt,” admitted Dr. William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine and health policy at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

“There are lots of sore arms and substantial numbers of people who feel crummy, with headaches and muscle pain, for a day or two.”

Because Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine comes in two doses separated about a month apart, convincing people who experience such symptoms to come back for a second round is admittedly a tough sell. Schaffner’s advice is to lie to them by claiming that side effects prove efficacy.

“There’s evidence that suggests that if you frame pain as a proxy of effectiveness, it’s helpful,” Schaffner is quoted as saying. “If it’s hurting a little, it’s working.”

Paul Offit, who sits on the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) advisory board considering COVID-19 vaccines agrees with this approach. This pro-vaccine fanatic contends that once the safety and efficacy data is released, it will need to be massaged in such a way as to effectively communicate to people that no matter what they suffer after getting jabbed, the process is “working.”

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