72% of the IUS death reports in the 33 year history of VAERS are from one vaccine: the COVID-19 vaccine.
Unlike other vaccines, the COVID vaccines keep on killing people, for months and years after the shot.
The statistics I’ve been able to collect estimate that the COVID vaccines kill 1 person per 1,000 doses. These vaccines aren’t close to safe, so we don’t even have to get into a discussion as to whether they are effective.
They are clearly unsafe and nobody should be taking them.
And we can prove that with one VAERS query which nobody can explain away. Anyone can replicate this themselves.
The Vaers Query
Go to medalerts.org, and set the parameters are follows:
The line with all the deaths is the COVID vaccine.
Found 16,396 cases where Location is U.S. States and Patient Died
Figure 1. The onset curve of the COVID vaccine looks nothing like any other vaccine in US history.
What Does This Mean?
It means that the COVID vaccines are killing people.
The onset interval is the interval from the time of vaccination until the first symptoms occurred. Since we are looking at death reports, these will be the time until the first symptoms preceding the death appear or, in many cases, the elapsed time until the death itself.
A safe vaccine should have a peak near day 0 just due to coincidence causing false reports in the first few days after the vaccine as people falsely associate the death event with the date of vaccination. The rest of the curve should be flat. This is the case for many of the vaccines. For example, the Rubella vaccine doesn’t have a single death report in the history of VAERS (but does have 800 adverse event reports).
The flu vaccine (FLU4) has an onset curve for deaths that looks like this, but keep in mind that the FLU4 vaccine can be given with other vaccines in the same visit, so it’s hard to separate out just the effect of the FLU4 vaccine, but the point is that if vaccines are safe, the death rates reported after the vaccines should be perfectly flat since deaths are random with respect to a vaccination date.