From a friend:
Before blowing this article off as another “conspiracy theory” realize the simple fact that all of this data was pulled directly from the CDC’s publicly available VAERS database so it can be easily refuted if incorrect. You also don’t need to have a degree in statistics to realize that something is seriously wrong when the performance between lots of production is this drastically different.
For starters: “96% of the lots of Pfizer vaccine had zero death reports made against them. Meaning the 2,828 reported deaths were associated with just 4% of the lots of Pfizer vaccine.
Five lot numbers were associated with 61-80 deaths each, a further 5 lot numbers were associated with 81-100 deaths each, and just 2 separate lot numbers were associated with over 100 deaths each.” If nothing else, this is a major indication of massive quality control problems which should have caused red flags everywhere and an immediate recall of those lot numbers.
The same can be seen for the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine. Ninety-five-percent of the lots of Moderna vaccine had zero death reports made against them. Meaning the 2,603 deaths were associated with just 5% of the lots of Moderna vaccine. Thirteen lot numbers were associated with 41-60 deaths each, 2 lot numbers were associated with 61-80 deaths each and 1 lot number was associated with 81-100 deaths.
Again, you don’t need a statistics book to calculate that it’s impossible for this to be random and that some special cause factor must be going on. Why wasn’t this simple analysis done by the CDC?
After reading this article I tried to find any literature with an opposing point of view or with a logical explanation of what might be going on. The only thing I could find (using Duck Duck Go) was the following article by a programmer who attempted to disprove the above article and instead made an even stronger case for something extremely disturbing going on (and with better graphical representations of the problem).
Believe me, it’s worth your time to fully read and understand both articles.