Eileen Iorio told RFK, Jr. about “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast” that while VAERS was created to protect children from vaccine harm by reporting adverse events to Congress, the government-funded reporting system was never implemented in jeans mission.
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In a new episode of “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,” Protecting the Health of Children Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, vaccine safety advocate Eileen Iorio, Wayne Rohde, author of “The Vaccine Court, ”And Stan Gotshall in VaccineData project, discuss the failures of Adverse Vaccine Reporting System, including why the system got it less than 1% of vaccine harms in America.
The government -funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S. was designed to protect children from vaccine harm. “This is the cause of alerts and warnings,” said Iorio, mother of an injured vaccinated child and author of “HPV Vaccine In Trial. ”
But what VAERS is really doing, Iorio told Kennedy, is removing the makers of the vaccine from civil liability.
VAERS was planned to submit bi-annual reports to Congress on the harm of the vaccine to children, but it never happened, according to Iorio, who said, “Very little was reported there until 2020-2021”-if the COVID vaccines launched.
While it is unclear whether the spike in the number of Adverse events of the COVID vaccine due to increased damage, or as a result of better reporting, according to Iorio COVID vaccine injuries have now accounted for 30% of the total vaccine adverse reports recorded since 1990.
Kennedy said one of the reasons why VAERS is so wrong is that it’s a voluntary system that relies on most doctors to report vaccine injuries.
“Doctors have taught medical school the myth of vaccine harms. They also don’t mind from reporting too much. Doctors who report this are punished by the professional society. ”
Listen to the interview to hear how 99% of vaccine injuries are likely to go unreported, and how doctors are persuaded to report VAERS vaccine injuries.