As vaccine related injuries continue to increase, TIME Magazine named four of the lead developers of the Covid-19 vaccine the 2021 “Heroes Of The Year”.  Kizzmekia Corbett, Barney Graham, Katalin Kariko, and Drew Weissman were chosen as the four scientists to represent vaccine researchers across the world for the TIME Magazine’s Heroes of the Year.  They were chosen specifically because of their role in “a breakthrough of singular importance, introducing an innovative and highly effective vaccine platform, based on mRNA, that will impact our health and well being far beyond this pandemic.”




The designation comes on the heels of news that Pfizer lied about the number of deaths in their covid vaccine trials, according to a former New York Times reporter.

“From Dose 1 through the March 13, 2021 data cutoff date, there were a total of 38 deaths, 21 in the COMIRNATY [vaccine] group and 17 in the placebo group.

Pfizer said publicly in July it had found 15 deaths among vaccine recipients by mid-March. But it told the FDA there were 21 – at the same data cutoff end date, March 13.


Not 15.”

A website used to report vaccine related injuries, VAERS, has received thousands of submissions since its creation.

Australia created a portal to report vaccine related injuries where over 10,000 people planning to file claims.  The Therapeutic Goods Administration recorded 78,880 adverse events linked to COVID-19 vaccination

Last month, Dr. Fauci went on a New York Times podcast and admitted that vaccine effectiveness is waning.

“On Nov. 12, White House COVID adviser Anthony Fauci, MD, went on The New York Times’ podcast The Daily to discuss the current state of the coronavirus in the U.S. According to Fauci, officials are now starting to see some waning immunity against both infection and hospitalization several months after initial vaccination.”

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has said that people who spread ‘misinformation’ about the Covid-19 vaccine are ‘criminals’ who have costed millions of lives.

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