Bombshell Study Proves mRNA Vaccines Didn’t Reduce Mortality
In a new bombshell study out of Denmark reviewed by Harvard epidemiologist Martin Kulldorff and his colleagues, randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of mRNA-based Covid vaccines (chiefly Pfizer and Moderna) showed no statistically discernible decrease in overall mortality among recipients. This means that the mRNA vaccines that were mandated in the United States and many other countries did not demonstrably save any more recipients than they killed.
The mRNA vaccines were originally approved by the FDA based on a reduction in symptoms among young recipients. Pfizer and Moderna did not design their RCTs to determine whether the mRNA vaccines actually reduced mortality. However, by pooling data from multiple RCTs, the new Danish study was able to prove that the mRNA vaccines did not lead to any demonstrable reduction in overall mortality. By contrast, the RCTs showed that adenovirus-vector vaccines (chiefly AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson) did lead to significant reductions in overall mortality among recipients.
Michael P Senger is an attorney and author of Snake Oil: How Xi Jinping Shut Down the World. Want to support my work? Get the book.