Senator Ron Johnson Presents the Most Censored Chart in Congressional History
“The VAERS system on the COVID vaccines alone — 1.6 million adverse events.”
The Vigilant Fox, Vigilant News, Nov. 14, 2023
On January 25, 2022, Senator Ron Johnson (WI – R) held the world-famous “Second Opinion” panel with top experts in the medical field. During that hearing, he presented a chart comparing adverse events of different medical products, like ivermectin, Remdesivir, and the COVID-19 vaccines.
Here’s what that chart showed:
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After doing so, Senator Johnson’s chart was whitewashed from the internet, with YouTube, Facebook, Twitter (1.0), TikTok, and other major social media platforms choosing to remove video clips from this presentation.
The Chart Returns
This Monday, nearly two years after his initial chart went viral, Senator Ron Johnson presented his famous adverse events comparison chart with updated figures at the “Injuries Caused by COVID-19 Vaccines” hearing. The data is alarming.
Drug Adverse Event Comparison (FDA and CDC Data) – 01/01/1996 Through 10/27/2023:
Ivermectin – 4,265
HCQ – 28,823
Flu Vaccine – 220,346
Dexamethasone – 110,185
Tylenol – 136,079
Remdesivir – 9,290
COVID-19 Vaccines – 1,605,764
Ivermectin – 436
HCQ – 2,337
Flu Vaccine – 2,337
Dexamethasone – 19,599
Tylenol – 30,634
Remdesivir – 2,240
COVID-19 Vaccines – 36,501
Ivermectin – 16
HCQ – 85
Flu Vaccine – 87
Dexamethasone – 713
Tylenol – 1114
Remdesivir – 770
COVID-19 Vaccines – 13,036
Suppression of Early Treatment
According to Senator Johnson’s data, drugs like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin bolster a superior safety profile than what governments pushed, Remdesivir, Molnupiravir, and COVID-19 vaccines.
They are also immensely cheaper:
Ivermectin: 62% improvement, 99 studies, $1 per pill
Molnupiravir: 15% improvement, 34 studies, $707 per pill
So why were drugs like ivermectin suppressed?
In June of this year, independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. explained to Joe Rogan why ivermectin “had to be destroyed.”
But its existence threatened a $200 billion vaccine enterprise.
“The Federal Emergency Use Authorization Statute says that you cannot issue an emergency use authorization to a vaccine if there is an existing medication that has been approved for any purpose that is demonstrated effective against the target illness,” explained Kennedy.
“So they had to destroy ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine and discredit it. And they had to tell everybody it’s not effective. Because if they had acknowledged that it’s effective in anybody, the whole $200 billion vaccine enterprise would have collapsed.”
The aggressive censorship of Senator Ron Johnson’s chart by social media platforms raises an important question: Is the primary intent to safeguard the interests of the public or to shield the pharmaceutical industry from scrutiny and debate? This act of suppression ignites a critical discussion on the balance of information, public health, and corporate influence on what topics are on and off-limits.
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Ivermectin is often recognized – 2nd to penicillin – for having the greatest impact on human health. Its discovery won the Nobel Prize in 2015.
As Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has stated many times, “There has never been a time in history when the good guys have been the ones who are censoring people.” As the aftereffects of COVID-19 and the subsequent shots unfold, will this statement prove to be right again?