Federal agencies chose not to use new data analyzes because they revealed ‘inconvenient truths’
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, senior Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials were incredibly frustrated with the limitations of the Vaccine Adverse Event Recording System (VAERS) and were pushing the federal government to update the system for better analysis. , said Dr. Robert Malone, biochemist and vaccinologist.
Malone, who helped develop the mRNA technology used in COVID-19 vaccines, said he speaks regularly with federal health officials and at some point the agencies tested new tools. data analysis.
“Unfortunately, apparently, what has happened many times is that when better analysis or data capture systems have been developed, they have revealed things that were inconvenient truths,” Malone said. in a recent interview for EpochTV’s “Facts Matter” program.
New data analysis systems were never adopted because they revealed too many links between COVID-19 vaccines and serious adverse effects, including myocarditis, shingles virus reactivation and even death, said Malone.
The need for improved data analysis tools was obvious to those who worked at the FDA and CDC for years before the COVID-19 pandemic, he said.
“These best data analysis tools and data systems were developed and tested and revealed things that were inconvenient truths, and the response of the bureaucracy was to shut down the program rather than face the inconvenient truth,” Malone said.
Malone said the response from federal agencies amounts to “willful blindness” and that it is intrinsic to the federal bureaucracy to deny a problem rather than face the political consequences of solving it.
The FDA and CDC did not immediately respond to a request for comment on VAERS.
Malone said U.S. public health agencies were finally forced to acknowledge the prevalence of myocarditis in vaccinees after William DuMouchel, chief statistician at Oracle Health Services, identified markers of cardiotoxicity and passed the information on to agencies. public health in the United States and Israel.
“It was so obvious they had to agree it was there,” Malone said.
The CDC’s data collection effort is corrupt
DuMouchel also detected other signals showing the onset of shingles and other latent DNA virus reactivations, which the CDC still denies as a problem, Malone said.
“It’s telling,” he said. “Their response was, ‘No, we’re not going to deploy the system. We do not want to know this information. We don’t want to have to deal with this information because it shows that we’ve made bad decisions in the past.'”
Malone said the CDC knew VAERS was inadequate for surveillance, but health officials kept telling Congress and the White House that the agency had the tools to look for any adverse events. and treat them seriously.
In reality, US federal health agencies were relying on data from Israel, Malone said, which was already compromised by the Israeli government’s relationship with Pfizer.
“The whole system is a mess,” he said. “It’s compromised, it’s corrupt.”