DEFYING DAVOS — SGT Special Report

DEFYING DAVOS — SGT Special Report

SGT Report Published May 23, 2022

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This is a special report about the factions at war inspired by a question LT from And We Know asked about Senator Joe Manchin in his video today. Yes, there really are factions at war with each other within the US government. Biden is with Davos and the World Economic Forum. Senator Manchin continues to stand against it. I will link And We Know’s video below. Also, here’s my interview with Tom Luongo.



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Chris Sky: ‘Monkeypox?… NO! Its Called Shingles and its a Known Adverse Reaction to the Covid Jab’

Chris Sky: ‘Monkeypox?… NO! Its Called Shingles and its a Known Adverse Reaction to the Covid Jab’

Free Speech Warrior – May 22nd, 2022

‘They even tried to use a picture of Shingles and call it Monkeypox’

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Can AI Predict Whether COVID Patients Will Live or Die? This Tool Shows Doctors Who Is More at Risk + More

AI Could Predict Death. But What If the Algorithm Is Biased? | WIRED

Can AI Predict Whether COVID Patients Will Live or Die? This Tool Shows Doctors Who Is More at Risk

Euronews reported:

This tool identifies hospitalized patients most at risk of dying from COVID-19 using artificial intelligence (AI). The algorithm could help doctors to direct critical care resources to those in most immediate need, which the developers of the AI tool say could be especially valuable to resource-limited countries.

To develop the tool, scientists used biochemical data from routine blood samples taken from nearly 30,000 patients hospitalized in over 150 hospitals in Spain, the U.S., Honduras, Bolivia and Argentina between March 2020 and February 2022.

Taking blood from so many patients meant the team was able to capture data from people with different immune statuses — vaccinated, unvaccinated and those with natural immunity — and from people infected with every variant of COVID-19.

They found the algorithm predicted with great accuracy the survival or death of hospitalized patients up to nine days before either outcome occurred. The resulting algorithm — called COVID-19 Disease Outcome Predictor (CODOP) — uses measurements of 12 blood molecules that are normally collected during hospital admissions, meaning the tool can be easily integrated into any hospital.

COVID Vaccine No Longer Required, for Louisiana Students

Associated Press reported:

Gov. John Bel Edwards’ administration has agreed to remove the COVID-19 vaccine from the list of vaccines students are required to get to enroll in school in the state, officials said Wednesday.

The state health department said in a news release that it will continue to strongly recommend the vaccine, in accordance with recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics, but acknowledged that the vaccine had not yet received full U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for those under age 16.

State Sen. Fred Mills, a Republican from New Iberia, announced on the Senate floor that the administration agreed to remove the requirement after meeting with legislators. Legislation that would have removed the COVID-19 vaccine from the requirement list had stalled earlier in the session.

Mills said lawmakers continued to hear from parents upset about the vaccine requirement.

Facebook Issues $397 Checks to Illinois Residents as Part of Class-Action Lawsuit

Engadget reported:

More than a million Illinois residents will receive a $397 settlement payment from Facebook this week, thanks to a legal battle over the platform’s since-retired photo-tagging system that used facial recognition.

It’s been nearly seven years since the 2015 class-action lawsuit was first filed, which accused Facebook of breaking a state privacy law that forbids companies from collecting biometric data without informing users.

The platform has since faced broad, global criticism for its use of facial recognition tech, and last year Meta halted the practice completely on Facebook and Instagram. But as Vox notes, the company has made no promises to avoid facial recognition in future products.

After Facebook initially agreed to settle the lawsuit for $550 million — which at the time was the largest payout from an online privacy class-action lawsuit — a federal judge fought back and said the amount was too small. Finally, the company last year agreed to a settlement total of $650 million.

Ukrainians Seeking Shelter in U.S. Must Have TB Screenings and Certain Vaccinations

CNN Health reported:

The United States is preparing to welcome more displaced Ukrainians now that the Biden administration has approved the first group to enter through the new Uniting for Ukraine program. Ukrainians began arriving through the program this month.

Ukrainian applicants will undergo rigorous security checks, including biographic and biometric screening, and must have been residents of Ukraine as of February 11. They must also meet certain public health requirements, including receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

“They’ll require these individuals to attest that they have received at least one dose of measles, polio and COVID vaccinations prior to coming into the country. If they have not, they must receive the vaccination abroad from the country that they are in,” said Lori Tremmel Freeman, chief executive officer of the National Association of County and City Health Officials.

Judge Denies Offutt Airmen’s Request to Temporarily Block COVID Vaccine Mandate

The Lincoln Journal Star reported:

A federal judge in Nebraska on Wednesday denied a request for a preliminary injunction that would have temporarily protected U.S. Air Force members from penalties for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.

The order from U.S. District Judge Brian Buescher came as part of an ongoing lawsuit from 36 airmen — including 17 based at Offutt Air Force Base and three serving Lincoln with the Nebraska Air National Guard — seeking to overturn the vaccine mandate for the military issued by the Pentagon last August. They argue the mandate violates their religious rights under the First Amendment and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, known as RFRA.

The airmen’s lawyer, former Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach, requested the preliminary injunction in March to bar the Air Force from taking any punitive action against any of the 7,835 airmen who have requested exemptions under RFRA.

At a court hearing earlier this month, Kobach claimed that 18 of the 36 airmen face discharge because their requests and appeals have been denied.

‘They Shut Us Down’: Michigan Businesses Sue Whitmer for Losses Due to COVID Lockdowns

The Epoch Times reported:

A coalition of five bowling alleys and family entertainment centers is suing Michigan’s Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, for losses incurred due to her mandatory COVID-19 shutdowns in 2020.

The plaintiffs allege that the shutdowns imposed by Whitmer and Michigan Dept. of Health and Human Services director Robert Gordon were a “taking” of their businesses without just compensation in violation of both the state and the U.S. Constitution.

The coalition lost the first round of the legal battle when the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan ruled against it. Oral arguments were recently held before a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit.

Scott Bennett, executive director of the Independent Bowling and Entertainment Centers Association, told The Epoch Times, that the forced closures were not based on solid scientific proof that bowling alleys and family entertainment centers would spread the virus any more than the Walmart stores or the GM plants that were allowed to remain open.

Navy Nearing 1,000 COVID Vaccine Denial Separations

USNI News reported:

The Navy is inching toward 1,000 separations due to COVID-19 vaccine denial, with the sea service approving separations for another 56 sailors over the past week.

The Navy currently has 980 total separations due to continued refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the service’s weekly COVID-19 update. Of the separations, 861 are active-duty sailors, while 97 are reservists. The total also includes 22 entry-level separations for sailors within their first 180 days of service.

The current separations are sailors who have not applied for religious exemptions. The Navy is suspended from separating anyone who requested a religious waiver for the vaccine due to a court ruling. Any of the separations before the court ruling on March 28 could have included those who had requested a religious exemption and were denied.

Germany’s Top Court Approves COVID Vaccine Mandate for Health Workers

The Local reported:

From mid-March this year, health and care workers in Germany have had to prove they are vaccinated against COVID-19 or recently recovered.  If they can’t provide this proof they face fines or even bans from working — however, it is unclear how widely it has been enforced due to concerns over staff shortages.

On Thursday the constitutional court rejected complaints against the partial vaccination mandate, saying the protection of vulnerable people outweighs any infringement of employees’ rights.

The law covers employees in hospitals as well as care homes, clinics, emergency services, doctors’ surgeries and facilities for people with disabilities.

The court acknowledged that the law meant employees who don’t want to be vaccinated must deal with professional consequences or change their job — or even profession.

The Private Sector Steps in to Protect Online Health Privacy, but Critics Say It Can’t Be Trusted

Kaiser Health News reported:

Most people have at least a vague sense that someone somewhere is doing mischief with the data footprints created by their online activities: Maybe their use of an app is allowing that company to build a profile of their habits, or maybe they keep getting followed by creepy ads.

It’s more than a feeling. Many companies in the health tech sector — which provides services that range from mental health counseling to shipping attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder pills through the mail — have shockingly leaky privacy practices.

A guide released this month by the Mozilla Foundation found that 26 of 32 mental health apps had lax safeguards and numerous weaknesses in their privacy practices.

The stakes have become increasingly urgent in the public mind. Apps used by women, such as period trackers and other types of fertility-management technology, are now a focus of concern with the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade. Fueled by social media, users are exhorting one another to delete data stored by those apps — a right not always granted to users of health apps — for fear that the information could be used against them.

IRS Selfie-Tech Provider Stirs Senate Ire Over Face Recognition

Bloomberg reported:

Democratic senators asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether identity verification company illegally misled consumers and government agencies over its use of controversial facial recognition software., which uses a mixture of selfies, document scans and other methods to verify people’s identities online, has grown rapidly during the coronavirus pandemic, largely as a result of contracts with state unemployment departments and federal agencies including the Internal Revenue Service.

Key to the concerns has been questions about’s use of facial recognition technology. After long claiming that it only used “one-to-one” technology that compared selfies taken by users to scans of a driver’s license or other government-issued ID the company earlier this year said it actually maintained a database of facial scans and used a more controversial “one-to-many” technology.

New South Wales Begins Digital Birth Certificate Program as Part of Digital ID Push

Reclaim the Net reported:

As part of the big global push for digital ID systems, the Australian state of New South Wales’ government has contracted Thoughtworks, a Canadian tech company, to develop a digital birth certificate system. The plans started last year when the NSW government announced it was consulting about Digital Birth Certificates as part of its “Government Made Easy” plan.

NSW’s assistant registrar of births, deaths and marriages, Amit Padhiar, said the state will be the first in the globe to develop a digital birth certificate system that will provide a safe and secure process for identification, verification and authentication.

The system will run on browsers, Android and iOS. NSW is also set to launch a digital ID system for citizens to access government services.

The Future of 911 Is a Little Bit Creepy

Vox reported:

Over the coming weeks, AT&T is rolling out cell phone location tracking that’s designed to route emergency calls to 911 more quickly. The company says the new feature will be nationwide by the end of June and should make it easier for, say, an ambulance to reach someone experiencing a medical emergency.

At first glance, it seems like a no-brainer. But it’s also a reminder that as phone companies promise to save lives, they’re also using a lot more data about you in the process.

At the same time, the federal government is in the midst of a nationwide push to get 911 call centers to adopt a technology called Next Generation 911, which will allow people not only to call 911 but also to send texts including images and video messages — to the emergency line.

Meanwhile, Apple and Google have created new software that can directly pass on information from someone’s device, like information stored on a health app. The hope is that more data will save crucial time during emergencies, but privacy experts are already warning that the same technology could be misused or exploited.

What Is Discord? App at the Center of Investigation for Its Role in the Deadly Buffalo Supermarket Shooting Spree

Fortune reported:

As Americans search for answers over Saturday’s shooting spree in Buffalo that left 10 black New Yorkers dead, online chat forums including Discord and Twitch have come under intense regulatory scrutiny.

Right in the middle of a highly-charged debate over Elon Musk’s $44-billion planned acquisition of Twitter to rectify perceived left-wing censorship, Payton Gendron’s racially-motivated executions further polarized the issue of policing social media.

The 18-year-old killer posted repeatedly on Discord hate-filled diatribes after being radicalized online and attempting to live stream his act on Twitch.

Both platforms boast tens of millions of users and arose mainly as means for video game players to share their virtual exploits, exchange tips and chat about their favorite lore.



Puretrauma357 – May 20th, 2022

Dr. David Martin Condemns Vax-Pushing Corporate CEOs

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Ocular Surface Erosion after Suspected Exposure to Evaporated COVID-19 Vaccine

Ocular Surface Erosion after Suspected Exposure to Evaporated COVID-19 Vaccine

Chantra S.a · Chaitanuwong P.a · Seresirikachorm K.a · Brinks M.b · Serirat O.c · Chamberlain W.b · Ruamviboonsuk P.a


The purpose is to report ocular surface erosion of health personnel who were exposed to evaporated CoronaVac during a vaccination campaign. A campaign for CoronaVac vaccination was conducted in a closed space of 11.04 × 5.96 m, partially divided into 6 rooms with interconnected area among the rooms. A total of 20 health personnel worked in the vaccination rooms. On the third day of campaign, a vial, containing a single dose of 0.5 mL, of the vaccine was dropped accidentally onto the floor and broken by an administering nurse. A total of 15 personnel had symptoms and signs of ocular surface erosion at the average time from the accident to the onset of 10.2 ± 7.1 h; 4 personnel also had skin rash. These personnel included all 13 persons who already worked in the rooms when the accident occurred and continued for additional 4–6 h and 2 personnel who presented in the rooms 1–2 h after the accident and stayed for 2–3 h. Proximity and timing suggest CoronaVac correlation with the ocular and skin reactions. Cautions should be taken to avoid broken vials, spills, and aerosolization of CoronaVac during the vaccination.

© 2021 The Author(s). Published by S. Karger AG, Basel


Vaccination for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is expected to lower a number of hospitalizations and deaths from the pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) [12]. Strategies to distribute, administer, and select sources of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines vary worldwide [3], whereas health and occupational hazards associated with the vaccination have not been reported. CoronaVac, authorized for emergency use in low-resource settings [4], is a vaccine made of beta-propiolactone inactivated SARS-CoV-2 virus particles with an aluminum hydroxide adjuvant [5]. We report a series of health professionals who developed adverse events after a vial of CoronaVac was broken in an indoor facility during a vaccination campaign.


A campaign of CoronaVac (Sinovac Biotech, Beijing, China) vaccinations was deployed for health professionals at Rajavithi Hospital, Thailand, for 3 days. A total of 2,296 people were vaccinated.

The vaccination area was a closed space partially divided into 6 small rooms of equal size with interconnected front and back hallways, rooms 1–4 for vaccination and rooms 5–6 for registration (Fig. 1). There was a functioning air conditioning system without additional ventilator or filters for all the rooms.

Fig. 1.

Infographic of clinical courses of the personnel and a map of the vaccination rooms. Top, the infographic of cases suspected of exposure to evaporated CoronaVac and their clinical courses. A total of 15 personnel were assigned to work in each of the rooms 1–6 as indicated in the figure (persons A to O). There were 4 additional personnel who moved through all 6 rooms during the vaccination (persons P to T). Bottom, the vaccination rooms of 11.04 × 5.96 m and 2.6 m tall, divided into 6 small rooms of 2.5 × 1.84 m. The front and back hallway was 11.04 × 1.67 and 11.04 × 1.79 m, respectively. A washing area of 11.04 × 0.6 m was in the back hallway. There was an open-air space of 0.6 m from the top of each wall. The red splash indicates where the vaccine was accidentally dropped.


On the third day, 20 personnel worked in the vaccination rooms. All were vaccinated with CoronaVac on the first 2 days. In each room, the nurse was assigned for preparing and administering the vaccine, and the others were assistants. No protective equipment other than face masks was used. The nurse in room 4 accidentally dropped and broke a vial of the vaccine, causing a spill of its total volume (0.5 mL) onto the floor adjacent to the wall between rooms 3 and 4. She promptly wiped the solution using a piece of tissue paper and disposed in a garbage can in room 4 where it remained for the rest of the day.

Personnel with conjunctivitis were asked to provide conjunctival, nasal, and throat swab samples for SARS-CoV-2 by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction assay. This study was approved by the Research Ethics Committee, Rajavithi Hospital. The approval number is 64083. All patients gave written informed consent to publish their case including publication of images.


A total of 15/20 (75%) personnel had ocular symptoms (average age, 36.9 ± 12.9 years; females, 86.7%). These 15 personnel include all who worked in the rooms when the accident occurred and continued working for 4–6 h (13 personnel) and those who started working after the accident and continued working for 3 h (2 personnel). The other 5/20 (25%) personnel who were in the rooms after the accident and worked for half an hour had no symptoms.

The symptoms were eye irritation (60%), red eyes (50%), tearing (45%), swollen eyelids (30%), and skin rash (20%). The average time from the accident to the onset of symptoms was 10.2 ± 7.1 h.

All 15 personnel with ocular symptoms had some degree of conjunctivitis without papillae or follicles and positive fluorescein staining according to the Oxford Grading System [6] in the interpalpebral area as punctate epithelial erosion with severity from grade 1 to 3 (Fig. 2). Eye examinations from unaffected personnel were unremarkable.

Fig. 2.

Clinical evidence of the adverse events. ab Pictures of external eyes of person I at initial presentation and complete resolution. cd Pictures of skin rash on the upper chest and forearm of person F. e A picture of skin rash behind the right ear of person N. f A picture of skin rash on the forehead of person H. g Fluorescein stain grade 0 of person P. h Fluorescein stain grade 1 of person O. i Fluorescein stain grade 2 of person K. j Fluorescein stain grade 3 of person D. The areas of fluorescein stain in (g–j) are circled as shown.


The nurse who accidentally dropped the vaccine in room 4 and the assistant who wore contact lens and worked in room 3 manifested the most severe and longest clinical manifestations for 2 weeks. This person received topical fluorometholone QID for 3 days. The rest of the affected personnel received topical antihistamine or lubricant. All showed full recovery at the last examinations, 46.7% showed full recovery within 72 h. All reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction results were negative.

Neither the 591 vaccine recipients nor the hospital staff who worked near but not in the vaccination area reported similar symptoms. Additionally, there were no symptoms among the 1,705 recipients and 36 staff in the same facility on the first 2 days.


We hypothesize, after finding no other likely association, such as contamination of cleaning agents or malfunction of ventilation system, that the evaporated solution of the vaccine was associated with ocular surface erosions of the affected personnel. Supportive evidence included a temporal relation between the accident and the clinical manifestations and a spatial relation between the area of the accident and the severity of the clinical presentations. The physical evidence on the ocular surface and skin supports the hypothesis of exposure to potential volatile substances [7]. The findings might also be related to the duration of exposure in the closed rooms since none of vaccine recipients and personnel who presented in the rooms in a relatively short period of time had the clinical manifestations.

The indoor office environment, like the closed vaccination rooms, may be associated with eye complaints of workers by lowering relative humidity and creating indoor air pollutants. These factors can compromise the integrity of precorneal tear film [8]. Their effects may be accumulated and exacerbated by the evaporated chemicals of the vaccine.

The excipients or aluminum hydroxide adjuvant may be the likely chemicals that associated with the adverse reactions. Safety precautions exist for eye protection for each of the excipients (Table 1) according to databases of hazard substances [910]. However, there have not yet been reports of ocular manifestations by direct or indirect eye contact with these chemicals. Since all the personnel with clinical manifestations were vaccinated with CoronaVac before their symptoms, the sensitized immunity may play roles in inducing reactions to the inactivated virus particles in the CoronaVac.

Table 1.

Excipients of CoronaVac with their properties and toxicities [9, 10]


Given the total volume of the vaccination space (287.61 m3) and the small volume (0.5 mL) of the spilled vaccine, it was a significant observation that there was a clustered health hazard event in the temporal and spatial proximity of this spill. We estimated that if all the average vapor droplets were 3 µm in diameter [11] (∼27 µm3 or 2.7 × 10−11 mL), then the volume spilled could potentially had distributed up to 1.85 × 1010 droplets into the small, closed vaccination rooms (6.45 × 107 droplets/m3). We are unaware of data to suggest if this aerosolized concentration is likely to pose significant dose hazards to workers.

Another possible association for this clustering of ocular manifestations may be an outbreak of epidemic viral conjunctivitis. Arguments against this explanation include the absence of similar manifestations among vaccine recipients, among staff not presenting within several hours of the accident, and staff working outside of the vaccination rooms in our large hospital facility.

CoronaVac and other SARS-CoV-2 vaccines are considered safe with few systemic adverse events to the recipients [51214]. This report highlights the potentially preventable adverse events which may be related to exposure to evaporated CoronaVac. It is not known if similar adverse events may occur with exposure to other vaccines in the same manner. We recommend the following: (1) vaccination should be in an open-air area. (2) Care should be taken in preparation of the vaccine. (3) Consider wearing protective clothing and eye protection for vaccination staff. (4) Meticulous clean-up of any spills and immediate removal of all absorbed and rinsed vaccine material. After revision of vaccination protocols, no similar events were found in other CoronaVac campaigns in the hospital. Recently, there have been some reports on ocular adverse events, which may be associated with COVID-19 vaccines, in persons who were vaccinated [15]. To the best of our knowledge, this may be the first report of a possible ocular adverse event occurred to healthcare workers who were vaccinators in a vaccination area.


We report on a spill of CoronaVac, which was followed by a cluster of adverse events to proximal health care personnel. We recommend caution during vaccine handling and fastidious clean-up of any spills.

Statement of Ethics

This study was reviewed and approved by the Research Ethics Committee, Rajavithi Hospital, on April 20, 2021. The approval number is 64083. Written informed consent was obtained from all patients for publication of the details of their medical signs and symptoms including accompanying images. This study was registered in the Thai Clinical Trial Registry, Registration No. TCTR 20210510008, URL:

Conflict of Interest Statement

There are no conflicts of interest.

Funding Sources

There are no funding sources.

Author Contributions

Somporn Chantra, MD, case owner, made substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work, interpretation of data for the work, drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content, and final approval of the version to be published. Pareena Chaitanuwong, MD, case owner, made substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work, interpretation of data for the work, and drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content. Kasem Seresirikachorm, MD, made substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work, interpretation of data for the work, and drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content. Mitchell Brinks, MD, MPH, made substantial contributions to interpretation of data for the work, drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content, and final approval of the version to be published. Onsiri Serirat, MD, case owner, gave final approval of the version to be published. Winston Chamberlain, MD, PhD, made substantial contributions to interpretation of data for the work, drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content, and final approval of the version to be published. Paisan Ruamviboonsuk, MD, made substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work, interpretation of data for the work, drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content, and final approval of the version to be published.

Data Availability Statement

All data generated or analyzed during this study are included in this article. Further enquiries can be directed to the corresponding author.


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Abstract of Case Report

Received: October 06, 2021
Accepted: October 27, 2021
Published online: December 02, 2021
Issue release date: September – December

Number of Print Pages: 8
Number of Figures: 2
Number of Tables: 1

eISSN: 1663-2699 (Online)

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WORLD PREMIERE: Conference of Conscience – Australian Doctors Finally Speak Out! Part 1

WORLD PREMIERE: Conference of Conscience – Australian Doctors Finally Speak Out! Part 1

mariazeee Published May 19, 2022

Over the past two years, no professional group has been silenced, threatened, or targeted more than Australian doctors. So many have stayed silent because of organisations such as AHPRA and various Medical Boards threatening to suspend or de-register them if they dare voice their genuine concerns as physicians.

For the first time in a conference of this nature, a group of brave Australian doctors have finally decided to speak out about what they and their patients have been subjected to, the ways the government and TGA have skewed the safety and efficacy data of the COVID-19 vaccines, purposeful suppression of early treatment that could have saved hundreds of thousands of lives, and the danger of continuing the COVID-19 vaccination program.

Australia and the whole world is currently at risk. The World Health Organization who is largely responsible for millions of deaths globally is currently proposing a global Pandemic Treaty which seeks to give the WHO complete control over every country. More information about this can be found on

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Pfizer Dump Reveals Doctor Tied to Gates Foundation Deleted Vaccine Trials Injury

Pfizer Dump Reveals Doctor Tied to Gates Foundation Deleted Vaccine Trials Injury

Pfizer documents vaccine injury feature

An 80,000-page cache of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine documents released by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sheds light on Pfizer’s extensive vaccine trials in Argentina, including the unusually large size of the trials and the story of a trial participant whose vaccine reaction was deleted.

The case of Augusto Roux in Argentina suggests that in at least one instance, a trial participant whose symptoms were determined to be connected to the COVID-19 vaccine was later listed, in official records, as having experienced adverse events that were not related to the vaccination.

Vaccine trials in Argentina also appear to have glossed over adverse events suffered by other trial participants, and the potential connection between the adverse events and the vaccine.

The FDA on May 2 released the latest cache of documents, which pertain to the Emergency Use Authorization of Pfizer’s vaccine, as part of a court-ordered disclosure schedule stemming from an expedited Freedom of Information Act request filed in August 2021.

As previously reported by The Defender, the documents included Case Report Forms from Pfizer COVID vaccine trials in the U.S., and the “third interim report” from BioNTech’s trials conducted in Germany, both of which listed adverse events sustained by participants in the U.S. and German trials.

Many of these adverse events were indicated as being “unrelated” to the vaccines — even in instances where the patients were healthy or otherwise had no prior medical history related to the injuries they sustained.

Story of ‘disappeared patient’ goes public

Several bloggers and online investigators called into question various aspects of the Argentine vaccine trials, pointing out the number of participants in the Argentine trials dwarfed that of other, typically smaller trials at other locations in different countries.

They also pointed out the large number of participants appeared to have been recruited to the trial in a remarkably short time, and questioned the connections between one of the key figures of the Argentine trial to vaccine manufacturers, Big Pharma and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The large number of trial participants in Argentina may be related to the fact that the trial appears to have been held simultaneously in 26 hospitals.

The large number of participants is revealed in another of the documents released this month, where on page 2,245, the list of randomized participants at trial site 1231 begins, while on page 4,329, the list of participants at trial site 4444 begins.

Site 1231 refers to the main trial site location and 4444 (page 24) most likely refers to the disparate hospitals participating in the trial outside the main location.

Commenting on the revelation, blogger David Healy wrote:

“About 5,800 volunteers were enrolled, half getting the active vaccine. This is almost 4 times more than the next largest centre in this trial.

“Amazingly 467 doctors were almost instantly signed up and trained as assistant investigators in the study.”

In all, 4,501 patients participated in the Argentine trials, representing 10% of all Pfizer trial participants worldwide.

Complete information about adverse events during this extensive trial in Argentina does not appear to have been released as of this writing.

However, Roux’s experience has since become public.

Roux, often referred to as the “disappeared” patient, volunteered for the trial (volunteer number 12312982) and received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Aug. 21, 2020.

According to Healy, Roux “felt pain and swelling in his arm right after the injection. Later that day he had nausea, difficulty swallowing, and felt hungover.”

After a series of symptoms, Roux — during a clinical trial visit on Aug. 23, 2020 — was classified as experiencing a “toxicity grade 1 adverse effect.”

Yet, he still went through with his second dose on Sept. 9, 2020.

According to Healy:

“On the way home by taxi, he started feeling unwell. At 19:30, he was short of breath, had a burning pain in his chest and was extremely fatigued. He lay on his bed and fell asleep. He woke up at 21:00 with nausea and fever (38-39 C) and was unable to get out of bed due to the fatigue.
“Over the next two days, he reports a high fever (41 C) and feeling delirious.
“On September 11, he was able to get out of bed and go to the bathroom when he observed his urine to be dark (like Coca-Cola). He felt as if his heart expanded, had a sudden lack of breath and fell unconscious on the floor for approximately 3 hours.
“Once he recovered, he felt tired, was uncomfortable, had a high heart rate on minor movement, was dizzy when changing posture. He had a chest pain which radiated to his left arm and back.”

Three days later, Roux was admitted to the Hospital Alemán, where he stayed for two days. It was initially believed he had COVID-19, but he tested negative for the virus. His symptoms also were found to not correspond with viral pneumonia.

After a series of X-rays, CT scans and urine tests, Roux was discharged Sept. 14, 2020, with the diagnosis of an adverse reaction — specifically, an unequivocal pericardial effusion — to the coronavirus vaccine (high probability), according to his discharge summary.

Doctor who altered Roux’s record had ties to Gates, NIH, Big Pharma

However, on Sept. 17, Dr. Fernando Polack, Pfizer’s lead investigator for the Argentine trials according to a Pfizer document released in December 2021, reported in Roux’s record that his “hospitalization was not related to the vaccine.”

Even after Roux’s discharge, his health difficulties continued. As reported by Healy:

“On November 13 [2020], he had negative IgG and IgM SARS COV-2 (QML technique), which is unusual post vaccine.

“On February 24, 2021, a liver scan showed a minor degree of abnormality. In March 2021 and February 2022, his liver enzymes remained abnormal.”

Roux lost 14 kilograms (30.8 pounds) in a period of three to four months, and continued to suffer from fever and bouts of breathlessness for several months afterward.

Polack, who reported Roux’s hospitalization as unrelated to the vaccination, is known for his close ties with various vaccine manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

For instance, he is listed as the lead author in a Dec. 31, 2020, New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) article on the purported efficacy of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

According to Healy, Polack appears to be the founder of iTRIALS, a trial site management company, and another organization located at the same physical headquarters, the Fundación INFANT.

Healy wrote:

“When COVID struck Argentina, [Polack] and his Fundación became involved in a trial of immune plasma, taken from patients who had recovered from COVID, given to patients who had recently acquired the disease.

“In May 2020 he speculated that this would make COVID like an ordinary cold, and the Gates Foundation would offer financial support. He used high-profile press conferences to disseminate his exciting message.”

The conclusion of the study published in the NEJM following the plasma study reads:

“Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Fundación INFANT Pandemic Fund; Dirección de Sangre y Medicina Transfusional del Ministerio de Salud number, PAEPCC19, Plataforma de Registro Informatizado de Investigaciones en Salud number, 1421, and number, NCT04479163.”

According to Healy, “[a] subsequent systematic review and meta-analysis failed to confirm these findings, noting ‘very serious imprecision concerns.’”

Healy pointed out that Polack, in his NEJM disclosure statement, did not indicate any conflict of interest or financial interest in the COVID-19 vaccine trials in Argentina, but:

“Polack reported grants from Novavax and personal fees from Janssen, Bavarian Nordic A/S, Pfizer, Sanofi, Regeneron, Merck, Medimmune, Vir Bio[technology], Ark Bio, Daiichi Sankyo outside the submitted work.

“At least eight of these companies are engaged in RSV vaccine research in babies and pregnant women. Fernando has mentioned a combined RSV, flu and COVID vaccine.”

And, in relation to Polack’s relationship with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Healy reported:

“[Polack] also doesn’t mention his extensive financial involvement with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This organization supports industry vaccine trials including Covid and RSV. Fernando is heavily involved through his Gates-sponsored Fundación INFANT in Buenos Aires in RSV trials and research.

“Gates sunk $82,553,834 into Novavax’s RSV vaccine ResVax which was shown to be ineffective in clinical trials in pregnant women.”

Polack’s own bio from a 2017 medical conference states “[h]is work is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the National Institutes of Health [NIH], the Thrasher Research Fund, the Optimus Foundation and other international organizations.”

That same year, Polack testified at an FDA Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) meeting, where he “acknowledged having financial interests in or professional relationships with some of the affected firms identified for this meeting, namely Janssen [producer of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine], Novavax, and Bavarian Nordic.”

According to Dr. Joseph Mercola, Polack “also happens to be a consultant for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC),” and “a current adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee.”


Fauci Tells Congress he Never Smeared Top Scientists as ‘Fringe’

Fauci Tells Congress he Never Smeared Top Scientists as ‘Fringe’

Dr. Anthony Fauci (Official White House photo)Fauci parses words under oath when confronted by lawmaker (official WH photo)

In a House hearing, Thursday with Rep. Ben Cline, R-Va., Dr. Anthony Fauci denied that he ever characterized the Oxford, Harvard and Stanford epidemiologists who authored the Great Barrington Declaration as “fringe” scientists.

“On what basis did you identify these scientists as fringe?” Cline asked, referring to Dr. Martin Kulldorf of Harvard, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford and Dr. Sunetra Gupta of Oxford.

“I never characterized them as fringe scientists, if you look at the record. That is incorrect,” replied Fauci.

“I never called them fringe scientists,” he said.

However, the available evidence indicates Fauci agreed with Collins’ characterization, regardless of whether he used the term.

In an Oct. 8, 2020, email to Fauci, Collins said the Great Barrington Declaration came from “three fringe epidemiologists” and told the NIAID director there needs to be a  “quick and devastating published takedown.”

Five days later, Collins made his viewpoint public when he was quoted in a Washington Post story saying the Great Barrington Declaration is a “fringe component of epidemiology.”

Collins emailed to Fauci a link to the Post story and wrote, “My quotes are accurate, but will not be appreciated in the [Trump White House].”

Fauci replied: “They are too busy with things to worry about. What you said was entirely correct.”

Collins wrote in his Oct. 8, 2020, email that the Great Barrington Declaration was a  “proposal from three fringe epidemiologists” who met with then Health and Human Services Secretary

He noted it even had a  co-signature from Nobel Prize winner Mike Leavitt at Stanford.

“There needs to be a quick and devastating published takedown of its premises,” the NIH chief continued. “I don’t see anything like that on line yet – is it underway?”

The Great Barrington Declaration criticized universal lockdowns, calling for focused protection of the vulnerable older population based on data showing they are more than a thousand times more likely to die from COVID infection than the young.

“As immunity builds in the population, the risk of infection to all – including the vulnerable – falls,” the epidemiologists wrote. “We know that all populations will eventually reach herd immunity – i.e. the point at which the rate of new infections is stable – and that this can be assisted by (but is not dependent upon) a vaccine. Our goal should therefore be to minimize mortality and social harm until we reach herd immunity.”

Fauci, shortly after the declaration came out, condemned the idea of relying on herd immunity to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus as “nonsense and very dangerous.”

The declaration has been signed by 15,316 medical and public health scientists, and 45,154 medical practitioners.

Levitt, mentioned in the email as a signatory,  is a professor and biophysicist of structural biology at Stanford University . In 2013, he received a Nobel Prize in chemistry.



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