WASHINGTON, April 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – In a recent online survey of Zogby nationwide, when asked about his views on Dr. Anthony Fauci, 32% of respondents said they believed they had “the best interest of the pharmaceutical industry” in front of the public. Between three groups: young people aged 18 to 29, Hispanic and black; the percentages from the point of view that Fauci represents Big Pharma’s interests were even higher (41%, 42%, and 38%, respectively).
Within approximately three months from the submission of the reports, through March 26, 2021, there were 50,861 injured, including 2,249 dead after receiving COVID-19 vaccines according to the Adverse Event Vaccine System (VAERS). (Note, reports of death to VAERS after vaccination do not necessarily mean that the vaccine caused the death.) Amid growing calls from government officials to vaccinate the entire U.S. population against COVID-19, the survey also asked participants about their views on vaccine manufacturers receiving legal immunity from Congress. for deaths and injuries after vaccination. The shield of responsibility against demands, unique to the American free market system that incorporates the law of responsibility on products, was established by the Congress with the national Law of injuries of infantile vaccines of 1986 and reinforced by the Congress in February 2020 with an amendment to the PREP Act.
Survey responses indicated that one-third of respondents believe vaccine manufacturers should have no liability protection in the event of someone being injured or killed as a result of vaccination, compared to 39% who say they should of leaving, leaving 28% insecure. When vaccination status was reached, the majority of the sample (59%) reported that they did not receive a COVID-19 vaccine with emergency use authorization (USA) compared to 41% that the he recived. The survey had a margin of error of +/- 3.2 percentage points. For more information on COVID-19 research and U.S. rights not to take an authorized emergency vaccine, visit Children’s Health Defense.
SOURCE Defense of children’s health