The COVID World post date: January 13th, 2022
By Dr. Robert Malone
I actually do have a personal life. In fact, my wife of 42 years and I are actually pretty private. Sharing personal history is not something I do every day. However, as many of you know – I was vaccinated with Moderna twice and had a pretty significant vaccine injury. This was pretty early in the roll-out of the vaccines. It was long before the FOIA Japanese pre-clinical trial data had so many red flags and irregularities, long before we learned of all the issues with the clinical trials, and long before the VAERS and adverse events began to be known.
I have never been an “anti-vax” person. I have spent my career working with vaccines. I also know that some vaccines are “hot,” and are less safe. Usually, these types of vaccines are reserved for extremely dangerous viruses like Ebola or Yellow fever, where the goal is to make the vaccine 100% effective. Other vaccines, that are distributed widely, like the flu vaccines need to be very safe. The trade-off being that they are less effective. There is a whole science and art to crafting vaccines to appropriately respond to the “threat”.
So, I know to read the literature, do my own due diligence etc. before taking an experimental product or any vaccine. That is what I thought I did. The government assured us that these [COVID] vaccines were very safe. I could never imagine that clinical data would be corrupted and even falsified – as we now know it was.
Anyway, back to my story. I knew at the beginning of April 2021, that I had to travel overseas and the word on the street was that the European Union was going to require full vaccination before entering any EU country by summer (that actually never happened BTW).
I knew that a full vaccination protocol was a process of weeks – and that I had better get started! Furthermore, there was a lot of buzz around the idea that vaccination would help with “long-COVID”. I had already had COVID and just couldn’t shake a number of chronic issues that I had developed after getting the disease. Frankly, I should have done more homework on that one – because this idea really didn’t hold up to scrutiny.
Be that as it may, in April 2021, I got vaccinated. It was early enough in the cycle, that I had no choice but to take the Moderna vaccine, as that was available in my area. The vaccine was distributed at a local college, with the Army reserves administering the program.
The first shot was fine. No issues.
The second shot almost did me in. As in I almost died.
After the injection, I had the usual fatigue, muscle-ache and then the palpitations started, as well as shortness of breath. Within a couple of days, it got worse.
I am not someone who goes to the doctor easily, but luckily for me, I happened to have a routine appointment with my physician. She cuffed me and my systolic blood pressure was through the roof. As she is also a cardiologist, she had more tests run, started me on high blood pressure meds and we got it under control. I kind of feel I owe her my life. A call out to the fantastic Dr. C. Bove.
Fast forward to today.
One of the people who comment on my Substack articles pointed me to this website:
This site matches up vaccine batch codes with information from the VAERS system, which is the event reporting system run by the CDC. This site matches the vaccine batches to adverse drug reactions, death, disability and life-threatening illnesses from the VAERS system.
According to the website above, the data reported in VAERS, reproduced on the site, show that adverse events triggered by Moderna batches have varied widely.
– 5% of the batches appear to have produced 90% of the adverse reactions
– Some Moderna batches are associated with 50 x the number of deaths and disabilities compared to other batches.
With that knowledge, I entered my batch code in the search box. The first injection had almost no significant adverse events associated with it. The second jab, frankly shocked me.
Here are the results:
Now, I don’t know how many doses are in each batch. But I do know my batch was most definitely in the top 5%. So, not really a surprise in retrospect that I had such a serious adverse event profile.
I always felt I was lucky that I happened to be going to my physician that day, who is also a cardiologist (she is my internist – so I wasn’t seeing her for that specialty).
But just think- our government had this data way back in the VAERS system – even last summer. This data is so compelling and yet…crickets. How many people could they have helped by releasing this data? People like me, who if I wasn’t a physician and hadn’t gone to my physician could have easily dropped dead.
What is wrong with our government that a site like this is not available from the CDC or the FDA?
People have the right to be given informed consent of the risks and benefits of a medical procedure. Informed consent is not given if the risks are hidden.
WHERE THERE IS RISK, THERE MUST BE CHOICE
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