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The CDC Doesn’t Want You to See This Data

“This is probably the best reflection of what the true safety profile is.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tried to keep its V-Safe data hidden, but the U.S. health agency lost a legal battle with ICAN attorney Aaron Siri back in September of 2022.

This decision mandated the CDC to provide 390,000 entries a month starting February 15, 2024, and continuing every month thereafter for the entire year.

Now, the first 390,000 free text submissions from the V-Safe vaccine safety monitoring system are available to the public.

This is what the data shows so far:

• 1 in 1,300 individuals reported experiencing Bell’s palsy (facial paralysis) in the initial few days after vaccination.

• 1 in 906 individuals reported disturbances in their normal menstrual cycle following vaccination.

• 1 in 450 individuals reportedly experienced shingles after receiving the vaccine.

• 1 in 160 individuals reported tinnitus or ringing in the ears.

• 1 in 143 individuals experienced heart palpitations after vaccination during the initial reporting period.

“Safe and effective”?

Attorney Aaron Siri told Del Bigtree on The Highwire, “I think this is reflective of why the CDC fought so hard because this is probably the best reflection of what the true safety profile is.”

Bigtree celebrated finally securing a controlled database that’s available to the public, viewing it as a critical step toward uncovering the real safety profile of the so-called COVID-19 vaccines.

“We have a control. We know it’s a controlled space. It’s 10 million people. How many of them had issues? We can have real percentages from this.”

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Click here to go through the V-Safe data for yourself.

Watch the full episode of The Highwire.