The jab: “Causing large numbers of deaths.”

The statement

“It is beyond any shadow of a doubt, it’s unequivocal, the vaccines are causing large numbers of deaths.”

The script in full:

“I’m an epidemiologist and people have asked me, ‘Dr McCullough, Are the vaccines actually causing the deaths?’

The epidemiological construct that we have to go through is called the Bradford Hill Tenets of Causality. 

So the first question is, Is it a large epidemiological signal? And I tell you, it’s astronomical.  All the vaccines combined in the United States per year it’s no more than 150 deaths, not temporally related.  Here we have over 21,00 deaths so clearly it’s a massive signal.

Number Two:  Is there a dangerous mechanism of action? The answer is Yes we know the vaccines have a dangerous mechanism of action.  They install production of the spike protein. The spike protein is what makes the respiratory infection lethal, and it follows that in some people excessive production of the spike protein in a vulnerable person would be lethal after a vaccine.

The third criteria (sic):  Is it internally consistent?  Are there other conditions that are now acknowledged that they themselves could be fatal?  And the answer is Sure, with mycoarditis our FDA agrees, all the regulatory experts agree that the vaccines cause myocarditis. Can it be fatal?  Yes.  Have there been fatal cases published?  Yes, by Verma and Choi as an example.  Those are publications.   There are over 200 peer-reviewed publications of myocarditis.  How about other forms of death? Vaccine-induced thrombocytopenic purpura, thrombosis, blood clots, stroke, hypertension, myocardial infarction, a variety of other lethal syndromes. There is over a thousand peer-reviewed papers published on fatal and non fatal outcomes.  So that criteria (sic) is met.  So it is internally consistent.

Is it externally consistent? So is it consistent with the Yellow Card system, the Eudra system and the US VAERS system?

And finally, is it temporally related?  Yes, it is very tightly temporally related:

Here we have two separate analyses, one by Rose, one by McLachlan, independent analyses.  US VAERS data.  Fifty percent of these deaths occur within 48 hours, eighty percent within a week.

So I have just gone through the exercise.  It is beyond any shadow of a doubt that the vaccines are causing large numbers of deaths.  It’s unequivocal.  And I’m a card-carrying epidemiologist.  I’m telling you, the vaccines are causing large numbers of deaths.”

The source

Dr Peter McCullough, Bitchute, 1 April 2022)

(https://www.bitchute.com/video/SKOGVIZ20GDu/ )

My take on it

Dr McCullough should need no introduction. If you have done any serious information search of your own about independent subject matter experts in the Covid space, you will know who he is.

The Bradford Hills Tenets of Causality may be new to you; but the idea of causality should not be. If something (which we may call A) happens, and then later something else (which we will call B) happens, we may be interested to know if B just happened to occur subsequent to A; or whether B was actually caused by A; or whether both A and B were caused by something else entirely (C).

Dr McCullough refers to multiple systems established for the reporting of adverse events following administration of vaccines (ie they are ‘associated’ with the administration of vaccines). The whole point of such systems is that because they occur in association with the administration of a vaccine, they are prima facie suggestive of causation, and invite investigation in order to confirm or dismiss causation as the case may be. The Bradford Hill Tenets of Causality are the appropriate investigative method.

In Australia, the Therapeutic Goods Administration publishes a Covid Vaccine Weekly Safety Report on adverse events (including deaths) associated with the jab. The TGA’s latest such Report (2 June 2022) indicates that there have been 878 deaths following (ie associated with) administration of the jab, of which the TGA maintains that just 11 were caused by the injection. As far as I am aware the TGA has yet to conduct and publish a causation analysis equivalent to what Dr McCullough and some others have conducted, and that might lend support to the TGA’s counter-intuitive conclusions. Neither have post-mortems been required by default, and the results published, despite the trial nature and novel composition of these controversial injections.

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