Why Aren't Any Colleges Showing us Their Research That Justifies the Mandates?

My research showed 10X as many deaths from the vax as from COVID among college students. Why aren't the colleges who require vaccination releasing their own studies showing I'm wrong?

Executive summary

It seems more than likely that the COVID vaccines have killed far more college students than the COVID virus.

When I surveyed my readers, I received over 10X as many death reports of US college students dying from the vaccine as from the virus.

But my research is ignored by colleges of course since it is counter-narrative.

The big question I have is what did the colleges themselves find when they did the same analysis of public death reports (which they of course would have done before mandating the vaccine)?

More importantly, why are they hiding their analyses from the parents of the students? And why are they only requiring it for students and not for staff and faculty? Where is the science behind that?

Why can’t we have data transparency on these important issues? Is there a public health benefit to concealing this information?


On March 13, I wrote an article where I asked people to report any US college students they knew of who died either from COVID or the vaccine.

As of March 18, I received 145 responses from my survey. Just 5.5% of those reports were of students who died from COVID.

You can view the survey results here. The comments section is particularly enlightening.

Skeptics could argue that I have a biased readership which is more likely to report vaccine deaths than COVID deaths. That is certainly true.

What I find very troubling is that while my list is public, every college in America who requires the COVID vaccine is hiding their list. I don’t understand why they would do this.

AFAIK, there are only two reasons a college would hide their risk/benefit analysis:

  1. They didn’t do it and just trusted the CDC.
  2. They did it and found the same thing I did that the mandates are unethical

Either way, this is a problem.

The Bardosh essay

The Bardosh essay that was published in the BMJ: COVID-19 vaccine boosters for young adults: a risk benefit assessment and ethical analysis of mandate policies at universities.

University booster mandates are unethical because they: (1) are not based on an updated (Omicron era) stratified risk-benefit assessment for this age group; (2) may result in a net harm to healthy young adults; (3) are not proportionate: expected harms are not outweighed by public health benefits given modest and transient effectiveness of vaccines against transmission; (4) violate the reciprocity principle because serious vaccine-related harms are not reliably compensated due to gaps in vaccine injury schemes; and (5) may result in wider social harms. We consider counterarguments including efforts to increase safety on campus but find these are fraught with limitations and little scientific support.

Colleges ignored this.

So they must have very compelling evidence showing the essay is wrong!

Why are they keeping it secret from everyone? Are they just sharing it secretly amongst themselves?

John Foley’s death

Let’s take, for example, the sudden death of 21-year-old John Foley. He died from acute heart failure just one day after his COVID shot. Bad timing? Seems unlikely as 21-year-old students don’t generally die of acute heart failure all of a sudden.

The Hamilton County Coroner the University of Cincinnati student’s death was not caused by a COVID-19 shot he received a day before he died.

Seriously?!?! How did the coroner make this determination?

Did any college call up Lakshmi Sammarco and ask her to explain how she ruled out the COVID vaccine as the cause of death?

What tests were done to prove the vaccine didn’t do it? Where are the histology slides?

For some odd reason, the press never asks these important questions. I can’t figure it out. It’s almost as if they didn’t want to know the truth.

The coroners never reveal how they know it wasn’t the vax. Why? Is it a secret?

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