Bill Gates Says that 700,000 Could Suffer Side Effects From his Vaccine

In a recent interview on CNBC, renowned tech tycoon Bill Gates suggested that 700,000 could potentially suffer from side effects from a new vaccine to tackle the Wuhan virus.

The founder of Microsoft has recently taken up the mantle of fighting off the virus through the promotion of mass vaccination.

Martin Armstrong of Armstrong Economics put some of these numbers into perspective:

The total worldwide death from his scare tactics is 263,346. That is far less than 700,000 assuming its only 1% who die from his vaccines. In 1976, concerns in the United States about a possible influenza pandemic involving a virus similar to the deadly 1918 pandemic strain resulted in a large-scale vaccination program for the entire country. Approximately 45 million people were vaccinated in 10 weeks with what became known as the “swine flu vaccine.” The US government abruptly stopped the vaccination program when no swine flu cases were detected outside the military base where the disease originated and when an unexpectedly high number of cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome were reported in vaccinated individuals. The vaccine was estimated to have caused approximately one Guillain-Barré syndrome case per 100,000 persons vaccinated, resulting in 53 deaths. As a result of the association between the 1976 swine flu vaccine and Guillain-Barré syndrome, this condition is closely monitored every influenza season as part of the influenza vaccine safety monitoring in the United States.

Indeed, the current Wuhan virus saga is not something to take lightly.

Nonetheless, it does not require such a radical response which involves coercive vaccinations on a large scale.

Not only would this infringe on the liberties of millions of Americans, but it could bring about unintended side effects especially if the vaccine is rushed and a large portion of the population is exposed to it.

 

 

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