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IS HEALTH AGENCY STONEWALLING VIRUS SAFETY? SEN JOHNSON THINKS SO

Lord, we pray for Fauci and all of his staff. We pray that you would uncover any lies that are being hidden in regards to COVID-19 and the vaccine and that the truth shall prevail.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is challenging the heads of the top three federal health agencies to stop stonewalling Congress and explain why their vaccine safety and surveillance promises don’t match their actions.

In a July 13 letter made public late on July 14, Johnson, ranking Republican on the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, said he was encouraged in October 2020 by a videoconference among the National Institutes for Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

“A portion of that meeting detailed the multiple surveillance systems that would monitor the safety and efficacy of any vaccines” receiving federal approval in the treatment and prevention of the CCP virus, also known as the novel coronavirus, Johnson told NIH Director Francis Collins, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, and Acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock.

“In general, the vaccine surveillance plan described on October 22 appeared comprehensive, and would have instilled a great deal of confidence in the agencies’ commitment to vaccine safety and efficacy to anyone listening to the presentations at that time,” Johnson wrote.

“Unfortunately, your agencies’ lack of response to congressional oversight letters, combined with my discussions with agency officials and individuals who believe they have experienced vaccine injuries, leads me to believe the preauthorization safety surveillance hype does not appear to match the agencies’ actual performance.”

Of particular concern to Johnson were “the alarming safety signals emanating from VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, established July 1, 1990)” that he brought up “with Director Collins in a meeting with other Senate Republicans on April 27, 2021.”

The VAERS system is the government’s primary database for safety and performance surveillance of all vaccines, not just the three CCP virus vaccines currently being administered in the United States.

Johnson said he found what he described as Collins’s “dismissive reaction to my concerns” as “more than troubling. By that date, the number of deaths following COVID-19 vaccination reported to VAERS had already reached 3,411, with 1,349 or 39.5 percent of those deaths occurring on Day 0, 1, or 2 following vaccination.”

He noted that prior to the CCP virus vaccines, “VAERS averages 50,000 adverse event reports annually (approximately 1,000 per week). The [CDC] and FDA subsequently informed my staff that as of June 28, 2021, VAERS had received 410,000 submissions detailing adverse events following a COVID-19 vaccination.”

“Of those submissions, approximately 41,000 reports meet the regulatory definition of ‘serious adverse event’ and are supposedly followed-up upon. As of July 2, 2021, VAERS reported 5,247 domestic deaths with 1,814 or 34.6 percent of those deaths occurring on Day 0, 1, or 2 following receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine,” he wrote.

The Wisconsin Republican said that he “expected the director of NIH to share my concerns, but he, together with our other federal health agencies, has continued to downplay the significance of what VAERS is signaling.”

Johnson’s concerns have been further compounded, he told the three agency chiefs, by the recent change in tone from them regarding the efficacy of the VAERS system.

“Now, nine months and 438,441 reported adverse events later, health care professionals are publicly downplaying the effectiveness and validity of these same systems,” Johnson said.

“For example, on May 3, 2021, Dr. Paul Offit, who is member of an FDA advisory committee, stated ‘So [VAERS is] a noisy system that frankly is more frightening than helpful.’ Which is it?” he asked.

Johnson then addressed multiple questions to each of the agency heads and pointed out in his queries to Collins that the NIH has ignored his multiple requests for information regarding the agency’s research on potential CCP virus treatments.

In a recent telephone discussion with Collins, Johnson said he “indicated NIH has spent hundreds of millions of dollars and researched hundreds of potential existing drugs for treating COVID-19. Unfortunately, even though I have repeatedly asked for you to provide detail and documentation of these efforts, NIH has stonewalled my oversight request and to date I’ve received no relevant information.” . . .

Do you think the Health Agency heads have been stonewalling information about Virus Safety? Let us know your thoughts and prayers for America in the comments below!

(Excerpt from The Epoch Times. Article written by Mark Tapscott. Photo by Toni Sandys-Pool/Getty Images)

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3 Replies to “IS HEALTH AGENCY STONEWALLING VIRUS SAFETY? SEN JOHNSON THINKS SO”

  1. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2021/07/18/covid-vaccine-risks.aspx?cid_medium=etaf&cid=share
    ( **above is a great article)
    Yes – they lied about Covid deaths to get people to be fearful and take the vaccine. Now they are lying about the adverse events. God burdens me to pray that everything that is hidden would be revealed. Godly people have taken this vaccine. My whole church has because our pastor insists every Sunday from the pulpit despite my best efforts to share with him why I will never take this vaccine and that promoting it is wrong. I did this in love and because I care. We have had members suffering severe heart issues they had never had before. Members still contracted Covid despite being vaccinated. I’ve seen members having memory loss; my pastor forgot my name. His wife is having heart problems. My friend with fibromyalgia is having worse pain. I know of people who have died. My heart is so broken because of all of this and I wish I could show people and they would see that the vaccines are not safe or effective. I feel God speaking to my heart to pray for every person I know by name that has had the vaccine and I feel God saying that the church will become a house of prayer. Please if you read this, pray for Dr. Curtis. He is the kindest, caring doctor of physical therapy that has helped me so much. He took the vaccine. I am really worried about him as I am all my brothers and sisters in Christ.

    (From https://blogs.mercola.com/sites/vitalvotes/archive/2021/07/19/mrna-vaccine-inventor-uncovers-covid-surge-in-mostly-vaccinated-individuals.aspx). It’s not on mainstream news, but the stats are beginning to show that the most vaccinated countries in the world are in the middle of a surge of COVID-19 cases. This uncomfortable factoid was pointed out in a Twitter thread July 16, 2021, by none other than Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of mRNA technology.

    Complete with color graphs and numbers for a list of Europe’s most vaccinated countries, the thread points out what is impossible to deny: COVID cases are rising through the roof in highly vaccinated countries, including Gibraltar, which boasts a 100% vaccinated rate.

    “This is worrying me quite a bit,” Malone tweeted. For the record, Malone is not against the vaccines. He’s just very adamant that full informed consent with risk-benefit analyses be part of the process. 

    He also has been very verbal in saying that it is a “noble lie” that what he calls “these genetic vaccines” are perfectly safe or the only way to get herd immunity. “Each of these statements are demonstrably false,” he says.

    Amen! 7
  2. The top three federal health agencies and Fauci, are stonewalling Senator Johnson as well as Senator Paul, because they have lied about Covid, lied about successful treatments, lied about the Covid shots, etc. and they KNOW that Senator Johnson and Senator Paul have the PROOF of it! That’s not hyperbole, that is the truth. It is beyond disgraceful what these people have done, and are still doing, to our country!! Dear Lord, continue to expose these agencies, the doctors, the “systems” in government, and all those who are lying and covering up the truth about what is really going on! Open people’s eyes, that they may see past the lies and deception. Help Senators Johnson and Paul to stand strong and continue on to win this battle.

    Amen! 8
  3. I personally believe the entire COVID 19 experience was politically motivated after finding the Chinese were the source.
    However, I now believe the virus has mutated and now is a concern.
    The Father has instructed me as an Intercessor to pray and SING in the Spirit to ward off the enemy and be at peace.
    We still have to be aware of 5he real physical war that Will affect this country adversely in the food industry and transportation s8nce the Chinese are at 5he forefront of “messing with our economy.”
    Pray for Mr. Biden daily. The events are far removed from what he believed his support system promised through the years.
    Know Psalm 91, 95, 103 are NOW gifts. Deuteronomy 8 and 28 follow on..

    Amen! 9

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