Sen. Ron Johnson: COVID-19 injections 55x DEADLIER than the flu vaccines

The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are 55 times deadlier than flu injections, according to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI).

The lawmaker came upon this finding after his staff conducted a study on the deaths caused by the two vaccines. Staffers for Johnson looked at data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) for the paper. "The review involved a certain level of assumption given that no publicly available data exist regarding how many flu vaccine doses were administered in the U.S. over the past 10 years," according to the Epoch Times.

The report assumed that 70 percent of distributed flu vaccines were injected into people's arms. Despite this, the shocking figure emerged: The number of deaths per million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines was at 25.5. In contrast, the number of deaths per million doses of the flu vaccine was a mere 0.46.

Johnson outlined this concerning finding in a Dec. 21 letter to White House health officials. He addressed his correspondence to Health Secretary Xavier Becerra, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Mandy Cohen.

"Using the midpoint assumption that 70 percent of distributed flu vaccines were administered, the 25.5 deaths per million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine represents a 55-fold increase over the flu vaccine deaths per million doses," Johnson wrote. "This is a shocking difference, and only adds to the growing evidence of safety signals that are screaming to be taken seriously."

Johnson blasts insufficient responses of government agencies

The Wisconsin senator also rebuked the health officials for their insufficient responses to his queries in the Dec. 21 letter.

"When it comes to responding to my data requests on the adverse events associated with the COVID-19 vaccines, your arrogant lack of transparency has been unprecedented, irresponsible and completely unacceptable," he noted.

"Over the course of the last 32 months, I have raised questions, sent formal requests and conducted oversight on the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines. Instead of addressing my legitimate questions and requests for information, you and other public health officials continue to promote the COVID-19 vaccines as safe and effective, and often use the number of vaccine doses administered as support for that misleading claim."

Johnson also reiterated his previous requests for data on the safety of the COVID-19 injections, and asked the health officials if they were aware of a study that pointed to "off-target" or incorrect proteins stemming from the vaccine. He gave a Jan. 18 deadline for the necessary information to be produced and turned over to him.

On the same day as Johnson's letter, the JAMA Network published a survey showing that Americans are more skeptical of the COVID-19 vaccines' safety than that of the flu vaccine. Fifty-one percent of respondents said they were worried about the safety of the COVID-19 injection, more than twice the 24 percent who expressed concern about the flu vaccine's safety.

It also found that 28 percent of respondents are "not at all likely" to get the COVID-19 injection in 2023, compared to the 22 percent "not at all likely" to get the flu vaccine. Sixty percent of respondents said they want more research on the COVID-19 vaccine, compared to the only 24 percent who wanted more research on the flu vaccine.

(Article by Ava Grace republished from )

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