Vax ‘Killed 3.5X More Americans Than Covid,’ Expert Warns

A leading data expert has raised the alarm after uncovering evidence revealing that mRNA Covid shots have actually “killed 3.5 times more Americans” than the virus itself.

The disturbing findings were uncovered by tech entrepreneur Steve Kirsch.

Kirsch received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1980.

In October 2021, he founded the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VSRF).

In a post on his Substack, Kirsch responded to attacks by an LA Times journalist against a paper authored by MSU Professor Mark Skidmore.

Skidmore wrote a paper on a study he conducted that showed 217,000 Americans were killed in 2021 by the Covid mRNA vaccines.

Despite attacks from the corporate media, Skidmore’s paper was published in the peer-reviewed Public Health Policy Journal.

Kirsch said he planned to conduct his own survey to how it compares to Skidmore’s results.

According to Kirsch, his survey of over 10,000 American respondents shows that the Covid vaccines have killed 3.5 times as many people at the virus they were meant to stop.

Kirsch said his study, including the survey, the methodology, and the results, was reviewed by expert statisticians and epidemiologists.

None could find any errors, he noted.

“I’m willing to put a million dollars on the table that this is right and that the vaccines have killed more people than Covid,” Kirsch stated.

“Any takers? If not, why not?”

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“When I called Professor Norman Fenton and informed him of the 3.5X figure he calmly replied ‘I’m not surprised.’”

Kirch also said he welcomes “any epidemiologist(s) with a h-index of 20 or more [who] wants to publicly challenge the 3.5X result in an open public discussion.”

During the study, Kirsch’s analysis of the first 9,620 found 804 deaths from COVID-19 and 2,830 deaths from the vaccine.

Those results were generated from a minimum of 108,000 people covered by the survey.

Some extended families were over 25 people and the survey didn’t track this so the number of total family members covered by the survey is a lower bound.

The survey didn’t ask about the age of each family member as this would have made the survey unmanageable.

The study primarily focused on the ratio of Covid deaths to vaccine deaths in the extended family, excluding the immediate household.

The reason for excluding the immediate household is to reduce the bias effect since most of the respondents didn’t vaccinate themselves or their household.

This is reflected in the lower ratio for the household statistics.

Kirsch explains that “no fancy math is needed to calculate the ratio” as it is simply: 2830/804=3.5X.

“It is simple and straightforward,” Kirsch notes.

“No sleight of hand. No trickery. No Cox Proportional Hazard manipulation.

“It’s all verifiable raw data.”

Finally, Kirsch says he encourages so-called “fact checkers” to independently verify his findings.

“I’m happy to have independent fact-checkers validate each of the entries with the submitter directly (subject to their consent of course),” he states.

“The deal though is that if you want to validate the data, you have to agree to publish your findings.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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