Monday, September 25, 2023


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce

Family Questions If Vax Injuries Are Underreported After Mother’s Death

And they’re following the science when they don’t have data. Without data, we don’t have science, period. … Mom was such a vital, energetic person. It’s hard to imagine. … She had been so healthy and so active, and all of a sudden to have this happen. It was really unbelievable. Darlene Carlson and her husband Ken were in Florida when they finished their series of Moderna shots in March of 2021. Dad had no reaction to those and mom had no reaction to the first one, and the evening of the second dose of the Moderna she became delirious. 

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3 Responses

  1. Their is many study’s that show VARS is under reported.
    COVID 💉 triggered over 700 alarms in VARS.
    VARS works we just need to know VARS limitations, & how to interpret VARS data.

  2. Hi, I can tell you from my experience that the CDC does not keep records or assist the “wounded from vaccines.” I had an MMR VACCINE in 1992 and I still have measles to this day. My doctor did call his friends at the CDC and they said I would have measles for the rest of my life. When I asked if any thing could be done, in an aggressive voice he said no, and don’t even try to press any charges!
    I’ve suffered through the years and so have my children because of my illnesses from that MMR VACCINE!
    I’m so sorry to hear about your mother’s death. May the Lord be with you and comfort you in your time of sorrow.

  3. Are Vaccine Injuries Underreported?
    YES! YES! YES!

    Rather like rapes and other such events: Yes! Yes! Yes!
    Rather like miracles and other such events: Yes! Yes! Yes!

    I praise Almighty God from whom all Good Things Flow!

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