Mechanistic Evidence of Vaccine-Induced Mortality

Debates over causality in biomedical data are poorly framed. The fact of the matter is, causality cannot ever rise above the level of opinion (until such time at which all the mysteries of the universe are unraveled, which seems exceedingly unlikely in the age of “Truth the Science”). Criteria such as Bradford-Hill are not what guides most doctors and scientists who often form opinions based on some subset of those or other criteria because any evidence is better than no evidence. But weaker opinions turn to stronger ones when the evidence suggests a mechanistic picture, however we check the criteria boxes.


Excellent overview of evidence pointing to severe vax harm. Don’t miss this one if you want to be well-informed. ABN

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