Republican Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) has just gone public with explosive federal government data showing the alarming death rates associated with Covid mRNA injections.
Sen. Johnson and his team have been investigating the links between Covid shots are the soaring sudden deaths and major health complications that have been spiking across the country.
Johnson’s investigators conducted an in-depth analysis of data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
According to Johnson, the data indicates that the COVID-19 injections are “significantly” more deadly than the flu vaccine.
The senator notes that the study involved a certain level of assumption regarding the flu vaccine data.
Johnson’s team had to use the number of distributed flu vaccine doses because there is no publicly available data regarding how many doses were administered in the United States over the past 10 years.
However, due to the level of efficiency that the flu vaccination programs have developed over the years, it’s safe to assume that distributed doses don’t largely exceed the numbers being administered.
Using the number of distributed doses to generate that figure, they found that the number of deaths per million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines (25.5) far exceeded those estimated for the flu vaccine (0.46).
On December 21, Johnson, who serves as the top Republican on the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, wrote to the heads of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the CDC to reveal his findings.
“Using the midpoint assumption that 70 percent of distributed flu vaccines were administered, the 25.5 deaths per million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine represents a 55-fold increase over the flu vaccine deaths per million doses,” Johnson wrote.
“This is a shocking difference and only adds to the growing evidence of safety signals that are screaming to be taken seriously,” he added.
Johnson cited the study as part of a request for internal studies, documents, and data surrounding the development and safety of he Covid mRNA injections.
“When it comes to responding to my data requests on the adverse events associated with the COVID-19 vaccines, your arrogant lack of transparency has been unprecedented, irresponsible, and completely unacceptable,” the senator blasted.
“Over the course of the last 32 months, I have raised questions, sent formal requests, and conducted oversight on the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines.
“Instead of addressing my legitimate questions and requests for information, you and other public health officials continue to promote the COVID-19 vaccines as safe and effective and often use the number of vaccine doses administered as support for that misleading claim.”
Johnson also requested that the agencies advise whether they were aware of and had acted on another recent study published in the renowened Nature journal.
The peer-reviewed study has raised additional concerns about the safety of the Pfizer vaccine—namely, whether it produces “off-target,” or unintended, proteins that could potentially elicit harmful immune responses.
Johnson has demanded that Democrat President Joe Biden’s administration officials produce the requested information this month.
The findings from Johnson and his team coincide with a survey published by the JAMA Network.
As Slay News reported, the survey reveals that Americans are more skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccines’ safety than that of the flu vaccine.
Conducted between July 7 and July 16, 2023, the survey found that 55 percent of respondents believed the flu vaccine to be “very safe,” while just 41 percent said the same about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Meanwhile, a majority (51 percent) said they were worried about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine, compared to only 24 percent who expressed concern about the flu vaccine’s safety.
The results also showed that more people are “not at all likely” to get vaccinated against COVID-19 this year (28 percent) than the flu (22 percent), with 60 percent of respondents saying they wanted more research conducted on the former shot.
Just 24 percent said the same about the flu vaccine.
Yet on the question of efficacy, nearly the same percentage of respondents claimed the COVID-19 vaccines (42 percent) and flu vaccines (40 percent) are effective against serious illness and hospitalization.
The study also found that most Americans (53 percent) blame Covid injections for the massive surge in sudden deaths and heart failure since 2021.