Rasmussen Poll: 41% of Vaccinated People Polled had Major or Minor Side Effect

Approx. 2 years after the mRNA “vaccine” was first administered, a majority of American people are concerned about side effects association with the treatment. A recent Rasmussen poll of 1,000 U.S. American adults conducted on November 30-December 1, 2022 shows that fifty-seven percent (57%) are concerned that COVID-19 vaccines may have major side effects, including 31% who are “Very Concerned”.

It seems that the independent media and word of mouth is having a larger impact on people’s opinions than government health officials and the mass media who are working hard to convince Americans that the Vaccine is “Safe and Effective”.

Another grim finding by the poll showed that of the vaccinated adults polled; a whopping 41% respondents had either a major (7%) or minor side effect (34%):


Add to this, low uptake of boosters and shots for babies. These are reliable indicators the tide had TURNED. ABN

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