CDC data on COVID deaths: 757
However, if these deaths are anything like adult deaths, these are kids who died with COVID, not from COVID. The actual number who died from COVID is likely a lot smaller. But we’ll be generous and say that all 757 kids died from COVID just for the sake of our argument (since we don’t want to be attacked by the “pro-vaxers”).
VAERS data on vaccine deaths
Now, let’s do the VAERS search to see how the vaccine is doing. Note we limit the search to US only. This is why we get lower numbers than reported in other articles. This is because we don’t cheat. We exclude the foreign reports.
Also, in the two query reports below, the 18 year olds are all put in the category of 17-44. That’s a fixed category for MedAlerts queries. The only deaths there are 18 year olds since it is restricted by the query itself.
Only 35 reports.
However, not all of those deaths are causal! Some are just background deaths. So let’s remove those. Let’s be super conservative (as usual) and just subtract out all the deaths reported in a previous year… that includes background death as well as those deaths associated with vaccines:
OK, 35-3 = 32 deaths that are “excess.”
However, VAERS is 41X underreported, a number computed based on the CDC’s own methodology. When I contacted the CDC asking them if I made an error in my calculation, I just get silence. No reply. It’s a conversation ender. This is the same treatment they gave to Aaron Siri when he computed the URF. They refuse to talk to me, they won’t reply to Siri, and they refuse to supply the “correct” number to any reporters who ask about this. When I try to ask anyone in Congress to ask the CDC for this number, I just get hang ups. Nobody wants to know. I can’t figure out why that is. They know the process. They’ve done it before. But they can’t seem to do it this year for some odd reason.