CNN says that if you get vaccinated you can become faster than a bullet,(This will come in handy if you live in Chicago) you are more powerful than a locomotive (But only if it is an Amtrak train) and can leap off a building in a single bound and you won’t have a hair out of place. WOW! Sign me up today. I do have one question. Will getting the vaccine protect you from dying from getting the vaccine? Inquiring minds want to know.
What has me puzzled is that since the vaccine won’t prevent you from getting the virus, what makes it so effective against cancer and the heartbreak of psoriasis? I am having a hard time wrapping my head around that. Until, I remember this comes from the fake news site, CNN. The last time they were right about anything is when they warned the dinosaurs that a mentor was coming and by that time it was too late.
Stanley Xu, a researcher at the Kaiser Permanente Southern California Department of Research and Evaluation, who led the study team, reportedly told CNN by email:
COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States have shown again and again to be safe. (Except when they’re not.) This study also confirms their safety.
In fact, it shows that people vaccinated for COVID-19 had lower death rates than those who were not vaccinated, even when COVID deaths were excluded.
That’s in addition to the mounting evidence from other studies showing that the COVID-19 vaccines are effective against COVID-19 infection, serious illness, and death.
I can buy the fact that fewer people die if they have been vaccinated, but to attribute it to less deaths in accidents and other diseases seems a bit much.
The team studied 6.4 million people who had been vaccinated against COVID and compared them to 4.6 million people who had received flu shots in recent years but who had not been vaccinated against the virus. They filtered out people who had died from COVID or after a recent positive test.
(Stay with me, here — the ending is a letdown.)
People who got Covid-19 vaccines were not only less likely to die from the virus, but they were less likely to die from any cause over the following months, researchers have reported https://t.co/Dgm4oZH5bl
— CNN (@CNN) October 23, 2021
According to the CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, dated October 22, 2021, by September 21, 2021, an estimated 182 million persons in the United States were “fully vaccinated” (the definition of which will be a moving target until the end of time) against COVID-19.
The report also said daily vaccination rates have declined approximately 78 percent since April 13, 2021, citing vaccine safety concerns leading to vaccine hesitancy as most likely the main reason.
And there you have it.
CNN dutifully steps up to the plate and bats clean-up for the CDC and the Biden administration — all but running a PSA for the vaccine under the guise of a legit news piece.
That’s what “most trusted names in news” outlets do, right?