Whistleblower Says Hospitals Underreports Vaccine Injuries to VAERS
Six states in the Midwest and East Coast account for more than half of the nation’s total COVID-19 hospitalizations confirmed in recent weeks.
Federal data shows 35 states and the District of Columbia have seen hospitalization rates increase in the last two weeks.
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York and Illinois are mostly driving this increase. These states make up 35 percent of the population among states with increasing hospitalizations, but comprise 60 percent of new hospital beds filled between Nov. 10 and Dec. 5, according to an NBC News analysis of HHS data.
Michigan, led by Democrat Governor Gretchen Whitmer topped the list, accounting for 13.2 percent of new hospitalizations over this time period.
Vaccinated injuries continue to rise as Whitmer’s mandate recently expanded jabs to include children 5 to 11. As of today, 61.8% of the population has at least one shot of an experimental vaccine.
Because of her demand of healthcare employees being jabbed, Whitmer was forced to request more additional staffing assistance at a third Michigan hospital, Covenant HealthCare in Saginaw. Under the agreement, the federal government is sending a 22-person medical team to help make up for health employees who lost their jobs and to support Covenant’s doctors and nurses.
🔹Illinois Gov. J.P. Pritzker, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf are also Democrats.
A 17-year veteran physician assistant, Deborah Conrad, who works at United Memorial Medical Center in New York, told investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson she was ordered not to submit COVID-19 vaccine adverse events reports to the U.S. government’s official Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).
Conrad first noticed “heart attacks, cardiomyopathies, arrhythmias of the heart, blood clots, and pulmonary emboli” in patients who had the jab in early 2021.
The hospital administration “didn’t really feel there was a whole lot to worry about.” She added that health care veterans even reported her to the administration for “over-reporting.”
The local community reportedly has a less than 50% COVID-19 vaccination rate, but according to Conrad the hospital admissions were approximately 90% vaccinated.
Conrad noted many of these patients were young, many of which presented with unusual or unexpected health events, and many who were admitted months after vaccination.
As Conrad told the Hospital, she has personally treated at least five patients that presented with new, unprovoked deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism within 6 weeks of COVID-19 vaccination. She has also seen patients who, after receipt of COVID-19 vaccination, presented with,
- A new stroke
- Autoimmune Hepatitis
- Sudden Bilateral Pneumonia or “COVID19 infection”,
- Syncope with head injury
- New arrhythmias
- New seizure disorders,
- New chorea movement disorder, and more.
VAERS reports submitted by Conrad for a four-week period totalled 50 adverse event reports, which included 4 deaths. In one day alone, Conrad had four patients with sudden bilateral pneumonia within a week of their COVID-19 vaccination.
🔹Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb are Republican.
The percentage of inpatient beds occupied in Ohio hospitals has risen over 70% since July, according to a weekly hospital trends tracker compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
In early December, nearly 80% of Ohio’s inpatient beds were occupied — and non-COVID-19 inpatients were more than triple COVID-19 patients, the tracker indicated.
Mass fatalities are associated with the spike protein mRNA vaccine, yet the vaccinations continue. Even though Pfizer and the FDA knew there were 1,223 deaths from the vaccine in the first three months of its rollout, the emergency use authorization continues.
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