COVID19 Vaccine Injuries Going Back 121 years?

Yes, VAERS (the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) operated by the CDC is listing hundreds of adverse events to COVID19 Vaccines spanning over the last 121 years, see the highlighted column in the image below. How is this possible, many would ask, especially since the gene therapy shots did not go online until first or second quarter of 2021… The answer is that it is not possible. This is a perfect example of the egregious errors and mismanagement of the State especially as it relates to the healthcare and welfare of the public. It also makes a strong case for the need of an alternative solution like VaxAction.

What is Going on Here?

We were interested in seeing the rate of increase in VAERS injury reports for the COVID19 Vaccinations. So we used the Wonder Search tool provided by the CDC, and set the search criteria to sort data by Vaccine Type and Year Vaccine Administered (detailed methodology provided below). We were expecting to see a large increase in the number of adverse events reported year over year, and we did between 2020 and 2021, but we also discovered something else completely unexpected.

The search also yielded adverse reports for the COVID19 vaccination spanning back over 120 years to 1900, and many others within a line item of unknown vaccination dates. Date of Vaccination is one of the most critical data points in tracking adverse reactions and injuries, because it creates a frame of reference for tracking symptom progression over time.

The degree to which VAERS has distorted the Date of Vaccination is remarkable. 100’s of injuries are shown to span over an impossible range of dates making meaningful analysis of the data very difficult. If each of these reports were erroneously filed, and this anomaly is an example of user error then one would expect the reports to be cast to the unknown date field. This scenario would probably reflect best on the CDC, because it would at worst be malfeasance and negligence with respect to their data processing practices. However, if the distribution is being orchestrated intentionally to evade detection then it is evidence of corruption and fraud.

Methodology and Search Procedure

Step 1 – Navigate to:

Step 2 – Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Agree” the page will refresh and you will be returned to the top of the CDC Wonder Search page (pictured below)

Step 3 – Click on the “Request Form” tab on the left hand side of the screen

Step 4 – Select “Group Results By Vaccine Type” And By “Year Vaccinated” then click the “Send” button at the right (Highlighted below)

Step 5 – Tell us what you think is going on 🙂

CDC Wonder Search Showcase – Fraud or Malfeasance?
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5 thoughts on “CDC Wonder Search Showcase – Fraud or Malfeasance?

    1. Agreed, but what should we expect from the same organization that gave us the protocol of death in hospitals, masks, and mandatory experimental gene therapy poison shots? These people are making a pretty good case for the alternative VaxAction product 🙂 Thank you!

    1. VAERS rejects reports with glaring user error, and for other arbitrary reasons. The system is not a direct PDF parser to Database connection. It would be much more accurate if that were the case, because each field could have logic checks embedded within to validate entries. There is a review process. Everything that enters VAERS is intentionally included in that corpus of reports. This is well documented. We will be issuing a report on the Harvard-Pilgrim Study, which also touches on this process.

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