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posted ago by Eccentrik ago by Eccentrik +26 / -0

Or is that out of millions. I see the vaxxies on reddit arguing that it's out of millions and millions and thus negligible...

https://www.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/ukbtvi/46000_people_took_the_pfizer_experimental_drugs/

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GA_Logic 1 point ago +1 / -0

That is under reported so if you multiply that several times that is the true death rate of the poison jabs.

But to wake up normies showing them these 'official" numbers shows that the vax death rate is higher than the "corona" death rate.

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Eccentrik [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

that's what I'm saying though. the 46,000 is 'relevant cases' but the redditors argue that this is out of millions, so really it's 1,200 deaths out of millions reported which would make the vax death rate as low or lower than covid rate (this is what redditors argue, not me, I'm genuinely trying to figure it out

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GA_Logic 1 point ago +1 / -0

The 46k comes from the trials with 1200 deaths. So the redditors don't know what they are arguing about.

Pfzier is even admitting this....

Edit: The redditors are conflating trial participants with those that received the jabs within 90 days and saying it was millions by that time which is laughable if you think about it logically.

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Eccentrik [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess that's where I'm confused. The OP's Pfizer doc screenshot on that reddit thread says "Cumulative Analysis of POST-AUTHORIZATION Adverse Event Reports" during the "reporting interval" (however long that lasted). So I guess the vaxxies are arguing that the numbers were aggregated after the EUA was granted - but wasn't the EUA granted really early, still during the trial period? I dunno, I'm stupid when it comes to this stuff, but I want to make sure I understand this all technically sound because 2.7% death rate would be a YUGE RED PILL

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GA_Logic 1 point ago +1 / -0

Correct because the EUA was issued Dec 1tth 2020.

So they are saying from Dec 2020 to Feb of 2021 cumulatively that is the data. But they are conflating trial participants which is a sneaky way to throw people off.