- Sep 15, 2019
The FDA said that there were four reported cases of Bell’s palsy among Moderna’s 30,000 trial participants, including three who got the vaccine. One did not get the vaccine.
As a result, Big-Pharma funded studies compare those vaccinated with one vaccine, against those vaccinated with another vaccine. If this is true of the coronavirus vaccine, it means that it is probably at least 3 times more likely to cause Bell's palsy than the other vaccine used as the "control", which would explain that more people are noticing the adverse outcomes.
So called "fact-checkers" trying to explain this story away are just wrong. If the incidence of Bell's palsy is 23 per 100,000 per annum ("fact-checker" upper estimate), and there were 38,000 human guinea-pigs in the covid vaccine trial for 60 days, the expected incidence rate of Bell's palsy would be less than 1.44 human guinea-pigs suffering the disease during the trial duration. So an incident rate of 4 in the guinea-pigs is more than 250% of the population average (and note that the population average is still skewed high as people in the population routinely receive vaccines, artificially increasing the presumed incidence of the disease for those people who do not accept vaccinations).
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