Public Service Announcement: How Bad Is Your Batch?
As many of you may know by now, VAERS is the event reporting system run by the CDC. VAERS stands for the voluntary "Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System" initiated by healthcare workers. Intil recently, it was mostly unknown except to a small segment of the population. Nowadays it is frequently in the news.
Please note that we are not “anti-vaxers.” We provide this information in this blog post as a PSA - which is publicly available.
Dr. Robert Malone is the inventor of the mRNA technology which is used in the C19 jabs. As a jab injured person himself, Dr. Malone pointed the public to this below listed website which matches up vaccine batch codes to adverse jab reactions, death, disability and life threatening illnesses from the VAERS system.
The above linked website matches up jab batch codes with information from the VAERS system - the adverse event reporting system run by the CDC - in terms of the number of reported adverse reactions, death, disability and life threatening illnesses related to the respective batch codes.
Here is Dr. Malone's results for his Moderna batch number:
How Bad Is Your Batch?
You will want to look up the "Batch-code" = "Lot Number" listed/recorded on your vaccination card.
The batch codes (lot numbers) are listed under Moderna, Pfizer, Janssen, Moderna (outside of USA), Pfizer (outside of USA) and Janssen (outside of USA).
By entering your batch code into the search field under your jab producer, you will see the relative toxicity ranking of your jab in terms of how many ADRs (adverse reactions), deaths, disabilities and life threatening illnesses.
The higher your batch code (lot number) is listed under your producer, the higher is your jab's relative toxicity.
At the present time, it is not known why some batches/lots are associated with excessive (up to 50 x) deaths, disabilities and adverse reactions compared to other batches.
The VAERS data demonstrates another peculiarity: 5% of the batches appear to have produced 90% of the adverse reactions.
Being the only nationwide platform run by CDC for reported adverse drug and vaccine events, VAERS is the sole source of query for the jabs in terms of relative toxicity of one batch/lot compared to another.
Please note that it is not known how many doses are in each batch.
According to the 2009 Harvard Pilgrim Health Care study on the VAERS system, only as low as 1% of events are actually reported. Although some online bloggers are asserting that Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc. has no affiliation with Harvard University, both parties published on their respective websites that they closely collaborate on "research to address" health care issues.
You may also want to look at some of the peer reviewed research or look at the VAERS data for deaths in young adults and children.