This is right out of science-fiction. The Settled Science now tells us that people who have been vaxxed are less likely to die. Ever. Of anything at all. The vaxx is miracle technology that makes you near invulnerable.
How hard will it be to sell this to boomers and womynz.
People who got two doses of Pfizer vaccines were 34% as likely to die of non-coronavirus causes in the following months as unvaccinated people, the study found. People who got two doses of Moderna vaccine were 31% as likely to die as unvaccinated people, and those who got Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine were 54% as likely to die, Xu said
Part of this is probably because people who get vaccinated tend to be healthier than people who don’t the researchers noted.
What does bullshit look like? Read on…
The findings in this report are subject to at least four limitations.
First, the study was observational, and individual-level confounders that were not adjusted for might affect mortality risk, including baseline health status, underlying conditions, health care utilization, and socioeconomic status.
Second, healthy vaccinee effects were found in all but the youngest age group. Such effects were also found in a cohort study conducted in a nursing home population, which reported substantially lower aRRs for 7-day mortality among vaccinated residents after dose 1 (0.34) and dose 2 (0.49) as compared with unvaccinated residents (5). Lower rates of non–COVID-19 mortality in vaccinated groups suggest that COVID-19 vaccinees are inherently healthier or engage in fewer risk behaviors (7,8); future analyses will address these issues.
Third, although deaths associated with COVID-19 were excluded, causes of death were not assessed. It is possible that the algorithm used might have misclassified some deaths associated with COVID-19 because of lack of testing or because individual mortality reviews were not conducted.
Finally, the findings might not be applicable to the general population. The VSD includes approximately 3% of the U.S. population, and is representative of the general population with regard to several demographic and socioeconomic characteristics (9). Other studies have already demonstrated the safety of COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States.
Despite these limitations, this study had several strengths.
“Causes of death were not assessed.” And that’s what passes for science in the retarded dystopia.
Source material for this episode:
The introductory ambience to The Superstition Podcast is Rise of the Ancients from Tabletop Audio.
The Superstition Podcast theme song is Superstition by Stevie Wonder.
Are you superstitious? Do you believe in things you don’t understand? Things like global warming, fiat currency, HIV exploding in the heterosexual population, healing crystals, astrology, liberal arts degrees, Wuhan virus exploding among young healthy people, and the State? The Superstition Podcast is here to enlighten you and save your from your own stupidity. ‘Cause when you believe in things you don’t understand you suffer. Superstition ain’t the way.
Stalk The Great One. Send The Great One hate messages and death threats. Tell The Great One how right he is and feed his ego. Send The Great One nude photos of you if you are a cute girl.
All The Podcasts Belong To You: You can get every podcast ever recorded by The Great One, Himself. No bullshit. Every podcast.
Only anti-vaxxers use Bitcoin. You aren’t an anti-vaxxer are you? You believe in da Settled Science don’t you? Cast off them bitcoins by giving them to ‘da Great One: 16L69UAbxGApxLKpZkuAef14tyPagPbY73
RSS Feed: https://www.cynlibsoc.com/feed/
Cyber Begging: Contribute here. Give me your federal reserve fiat currency cuck bucks. For $111 federal reserve fiat currency cuck bucks I will do a podcast on any topic you choose.
Twitterverse [Inactive account: I’m locked out for hate speech.]: https://twitter.com/cynlibsoc
Twitterverse account where new podcasts are posted: https://twitter.com/CLSPodcastFeed
CLS Merch, get it before it’s removed for violating the TOS: https://www.cafepress.com/cynlibsoc