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Covid-19 Vaccine Injured Left In The Lurch


This just in, those who have been injured by the Covid-19 jab speak up and bring light to the lack of means of getting compensated for it.

It really comes as no surprise, the democrats want you to get vaccinated and they are making it mandatory that you get vaccinated for the sake of “public health” and of course with anything government mandated, suing them over it or the adverse effects of that is extremely difficult.

Although the GOP has made some headway in fighting government mandated vaccines, this still leaves the question, what about those who have already been vaccinated?

Those who’ve had adverse side effects that kept them home from work, life altering side effects, or worse, death?

What about compensation for those people and their families?

Some have resorted to twitter to vent frustrations about this to include a doctor who refused to give the vaccine and had his medical license revoked as a direct result:

And according to an article The Epoch Times published, there is little to no recourse for this.

Check it out:

People injured by the COVID-19 vaccine have no meaningful way to get compensated and have been ignored by the federal government, according to an agricultural pilot who has been seriously injured by taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

“At this point, the government has totally abandoned us,” Cody Flint, a vaccine-injured pilot, told NTD’s “The Nation Speaks” program in an interview broadcast on Jan. 1.

“The PREP Act stated that vaccine injuries were given an outlet to go seek compensation and financial help in the name of the Countermeasure Injury Compensation Program—the CICP—it’s an absolute joke,” Flint said. “We are totally left in the dark.”

The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act authorizes the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to issue a declaration to provide liability immunity against any claim of loss resulting from the manufacture or use of medical countermeasures, which include medicines, vaccines, and medical supplies, to treat diseases.

On March 10, 2020, former HHS Secretary Alex Azar issued a PREP Act declaration for medical countermeasures against COVID-19. The declaration has been extended or amended multiple times. The liability protection is extended through Oct. 1, 2024.

Under this declaration, a vaccine-injured person can’t sue COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers like Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson, or federal health agencies like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that approved or authorized these vaccines.

Flint pointed out the extremely low acceptance rate of the CICP. Of the 499 claims filed before the pandemic since the program was introduced in 2010, the CICP has compensated only 29 claims.

According to CICP’s data, as of Nov. 1, 2021, the CICP has received in total 5,242 claims, among which 4,751 are COVID-19 related. Only one COVID-19 related claim has been determined eligible for compensation and is pending a review of eligible expenses, three COVID-19 related claims have been denied compensation because “the standard of proof for causation was not met and/or a covered injury was not sustained.”

While the federal government has two agencies designated for compensation for vaccine related injuries (the CICP listed above being one of them) and The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, compensation is extremely difficult to get.

The report by The Epoch Times continues to state:

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) may provide compensation for injuries or deaths associated with most vaccines routinely administered in the nation, such as flu vaccines and vaccines administered to children. Another is the CICP, which may provide compensation for injuries and deaths resulting from “covered countermeasures” under the PREP Act during certain public health emergencies.

The CICP’s compensation is very limited—capped $50,000 a year for lost employment income (lifetime cap is generally $379,000). A standard death benefit is $370,376 as of 2021. It doesn’t cover attorneys’ fees, pain-and-suffering damages, or punitive damages.

The article continues, comparing the reaction to the swine flu vaccine versus the covid-19 vaccine:

“FDA released their very first 91-page batch of safety data. Those 91 pages covered December 2020 through Feb. 28, 2021,” Flint said, referring to the first report (pdf) released. “In those two and a half months, Pfizer was able to confirm 1,223 deaths as a direct result of the Pfizer vaccine.”

For comparison, Flint said the swine flu vaccine in 2009 was pulled from the market after 47 deaths because it was too dangerous. “You have to ask yourself, what is going on here?”

Interesting isn’t it?

More and more people (to include those who work in the medical field) have questioned the vaccine safety as well:

This is abhorrent, to mandate a vaccine in the first place is a violation of constitutional rights and secondly, to leave people who have adverse effects to it in the lurch is despicable.

What do you think is in the vaccine that is causing these illnesses and injury?

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