Biden’s COVID-19 Tyranny: US Vaccine Mandates and Lying with Statistics
According to Ronald Brown, MS, in his peer reviewed research study Outcome Reporting Bias in COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Clinical Trials:
A critical appraisal of phase III clinical trial data for the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine BNT162b2 and Moderna vaccine mRNA-1273 shows that absolute risk reduction measures are very much lower than the reported relative risk reduction measures. Yet, the manufacturers failed to report absolute risk reduction measures in publicly released documents. As well, the U.S FDA Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) did not follow FDA published guidelines for communicating risks and benefits to the public, and the committee failed to report absolute risk reduction measures in authorizing the BNT162b2 and mRNA-1273 vaccines for emergency use. Such examples of outcome reporting bias mislead and distort the public’s interpretation of COVID-19 mRNA vaccine efficacy and violate the ethical and legal obligations of informed consent.
Got that? Based on Pfizer’s own trials data, their Covid-19 mRNA “vaccine” showed only a 0.7 percent relative risk improvement over a placebo. That’s less than 1 percent! Moderna only performed slightly better. Big Pharma has certainly mastered the art of dissembling with statistics. Why is there no mainstream reporting of this little fact?
Now, President Biden is mandating that all federal workers and all employees who work for US companies with 100 or more people get vaccinated as a condition of employment. Who in the hell does he think he is? Why would our government overlords mandate such severely untested and ineffective gene therapy injections that have an absolutely horrifying safety record, even according to the government’s own notoriously under-reported VAERS system?
Don’t believe me that Pfizer’s and Moderna’s trials own data showed that the absolute risk improvement was only about 1 percent compared to a placebo? Check out Ronald Brown’s full scientific study published in Medicina, a peer-reviewed scientific journal of the Lithuania University of Health Sciences: