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Expert Links Rise in Mortality Rates to COVID-19 Vaccines

May 4, 2023 from Western Standard

Edward Dowd, a former managing director for the equity portfolio of BlackRock and author of the book Cause Unknown: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 & 2022, shared his insights on the lingering rise in mortality rates following the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

Speaking at the National Citizens Inquiry, Dowd revealed he did not take the vaccine due to rushed testing, novel technology, poor animal trials, and personal distrust in Moderna’s CEO. He became involved in protests against mandates, citing medical autonomy and freedom as key beliefs. Dowd examined excess mortality in Europe, the UK, Germany, Ireland, Australia, and the US and disability data in the US to conclude that something is going on in the populations of the globe, especially in western nations, and if it’s not the vaccine, then what is it?

Dowd revealed that there were two pieces of evidence that provided the “smoking gun” to connect the problem to the vaccine. One was data on working-age Americans from the Society of Actuaries that showed excess mortality increased by 40% between the ages of 25 and 64, which is way out of the range of normal.

The other was from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, which revealed that the rates of those surveyed who identified as disabled “took off” between February 2021 and November 2022, increasing by 10%, with 1.7 million of them employed. The general US population had a disability increase of only 9%, while the employee disability rate change between February 21 and November 22 was a 31% increase in disabilities. Dowd said the higher rates continued into 2023.

Dowd’s conclusions suggest a national security issue in the US, with something going on with the employees of the country, and he is 150% convinced that it is the vaccine. Dowd argued that he collected a body of evidence he believes is overwhelming, and that something is happening to populations worldwide, especially in western nations. However, data issues with Canada prevent us from making sense of the data, and he called for more open discussions about the numbers because they are horrific.


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