Dr. John Campbell reconsiders COVID-19 vaccine recommendation after reviewing Pfizer documents



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(Natural News) After a career of teaching nurses, Dr. John Campbell has turned to making videos discussing information about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). Some of his videos have reached hundreds of thousands and millions of views.

Since the beginning of the mass vaccination campaign spearheaded by Big Pharma and mainstream media, the medical researcher from England has been encouraging his around 2.3 million subscribers on YouTube to get vaccinated. But in February 2022, after reviewing the Pfizer documents released by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Campbell realized that people should be given enough data to make an informed decision about COVID-19 vaccines.

Last November, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a small batch of documents from Pfizer. According to the data, Pfizer received a shocking 42,086 adverse event reports that included 1,223 deaths in the first three months of the vaccine rollout.

The data released by the FDA included nine pages of recorded side effects, with at least 158,000 different health problems.

An initial review of case report forms (CRFs) also highlighted critical data collection errors and anomalies, such as missing sample barcodes; sick patients entered into the “healthy population” group; serious adverse event numbers left blank; at least one death of a patient the day before being listed as being at a medical check-up; second doses were administered after the three-week protocol window; and adverse events were listed as “not serious” even though they required an extended hospital stay.

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Additionally, there were also questions as to whether participants were properly observed for an adequate amount of time.

A majority of the CRFs from the first batch of released data came from Ventavia-run trial sites. Ventavia is currently facing a lawsuit filed by Brook Jackson, a former Ventavia regional director. Jackson was fired immediately after she reported her concerns about potential data falsification and poor laboratory management to the FDA and higher-ups in the company.

In September 2021, a group called Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the FDA for the documentation used to approve Comirnaty or the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, including safety and effectiveness data, adverse reaction reports and lists of the vaccine’s active and inactive ingredients.

The PHMPT sued the FDA after a month without getting a response. The agency asked the judge to give them 75 years to release all the documents, with a request to only release 500 pages per month. The judge ruled that the FDA should release the requested documents at a rate of 55,000 pages per month.

Pfizer documents from the FDA convince Campbell to reconsider his vaccine recommendations

In mid-November 2021, the FDA released the first 91 pages of the requested data. Upon inspection, it was discovered that the FDA has been aware of many shocking safety issues since April 30, 2021.

The Pfizer documents served as a wake-up call for Campbell. In one of his videos, he acknowledged the possibility that the COVID-19 vaccines could be more dangerous than Big Pharma has claimed.

In the video, Campbell reviewed the documents listed as “5.3.6. Postmarketing Experience,” which were originally marked “confidential.” According to the data, Pfizer received 42,086 adverse event reports with 1,223 deaths reported through February 28, 2021.

Campbell said the information would have been useful prior to the rollout of the coronavirus injections, especially since he was one of those who supported the “safe and effective” narrative. He added that the Pfizer documents “destroyed trust in authority.”

People should take the Pfizer reports seriously, especially since having 1,223 fatalities and 42,086 reports of injury in the first three months is a cause for concern. In comparison, the 1976 swine flu vaccine was pulled after only 25 deaths.

The number of COVID-19 doses shipped has been redacted under a FOIA redaction code that stands for “Trade secrets and commercial or financial information obtained from a person and privileged or confidential.”

If the vaccines are allegedly safe for public use, why is the number of doses shipped confidential? (Related: Pfizer documents show COVID-19 vaccine accumulates in ovaries; UK data reveals cases of ovarian cancer in 2021 are at a record high.)

Campbell himself is bothered by this redaction, especially since it is impossible to calculate the incidence rate of side effects if the denominator is unknown. He added that the number cannot be proprietary, and there’s a chance that it’s being withheld for some other reason.

Even without knowing the under-Dr. #JohnCampbell reconsiders #COVID #vaccine recommendation after looking at #Pfizer documentsreporting factor, Campbell is shocked by the number of reported Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine side effects.

Visit Vaccines.news for more news related to the coronavirus vaccines.

Watch the video below for an analysis of the recently released Pfizer documents.

This video is from the BrighteonTV channel on Brighteon.com.

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Sources include:

TodayVille.com

DailyExpose.uk

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