Exc: Johnson & Johnson CDC Page Does Not Even List Blood Clots As 'Possible Side Effect'
Exclusive: Yes, you read that right—the Johnson & Johnson (J&J)/Janssen vaccine information page on the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) government website does not even list blood clots or any other severe condition as potential side effects of the vaccine, even though the J&J jab has become infamous for causing blood clots and other neurological problems (sometimes leading to death); and in fact was paused by the US government for that reason.
The list of potential side effects is shockingly short:
“Possible Side Effects
In the arm where you got the shot:
Throughout the rest of your body:
And yes, that is the ENTIRE list of “Possible Side Effects.” The only other side effect which the CDC goes into more detail on is fainting:
“Fainting (syncope) and other events that may be related to anxiety like rapid breathing, low blood pressure, numbness, or tingling can happen after getting any vaccine. Although uncommon, these events are not unexpected, and they are generally not serious. . .It’s not clear at this time whether these [fainting] events were associated with the vaccine or with anxiety, possibly related to preexisting concerns some people who chose to get the one-dose J&J/Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine may have about needles or shots.”
Notice how they try to blame the patients for the fainting. I wonder if they have any statistical or scientific evidence for that assessment. From the uncertain language used, I wouldn’t be surprised if they had none, or at least very little.
Now, J&J is a Covid vaccine, and the Covid vaccines have killed thousands of Americans—around 48,000 people in the US died within 14 days of vaccination alone just in the small subset of people on Medicare/Medicaid (and there is good reason to believe many of them died from the vaccine). So there may well be hundreds of thousands of people who have died from the Covid vaccines in the US—certainly tens of thousands, just according to government data, which may well be underreported, according to attorney Sydney Powell (I personally know people who have severe confirmed vaccine injuries whose doctors refused point-blank to report the injuries—I also know someone whose relative died of J&J-caused blood clots).
Project Veritas recently captured undercover video of J&J employees (one a scientist) admitting that they don’t trust their own company’s vaccine at all, especially for kids. We KNOW the J&J jab itself has killed people and caused severe side effects. The government does know too, or it would not have paused J&J temporarily and added a warning to the vaccine. But even generally pro-vaccine people (and I used to be heavily pro-vaccine before Covid) should know that every vaccine CAN cause death or other severe side effects. To list only such trivial side effects under the title “possible side effects” as seen above without even mentioning the necessarily potential severe effects is unbelievably irresponsible.
Or is it? This page was put together by J&J and the US government, or at least by the latter. They are scientists—they know perfectly well that not only does every vaccine have the capability of killing or injuring people, but that the Covid vaccine specifically has in fact killed people (hence the temporary suspension of the J&J vax). The CDC certainly knows it is possible to have a “severe allergic reaction,” because another page linked on the J&J info page does admit this possibility. So why is that admission not on the main J&J info page? They know that the vaccine can have severe effects. And yet the appallingly incomplete and comparatively trivial list of “possible side effects” is still on the main info page with just that ambiguous link that you may or may not decide to click on.
And yet the CDC even tries to claim that the “possible side effects” are actually positive signs! “These side effects happen within a day or two of getting the vaccine. They are normal signs that your body is building protection and should go away within a few days.” Don’t worry, folks! Not only are the J&J vax’s side effects comparatively trivial, they are actually a sign you are building up “protection” (notice they don’t say “immunity”)—a good sign! It’s a win-win situation! No downside!
I would say that, since the vaccine has undeniably killed people, this shockingly incomplete list of potential side effects borders on the criminal. How can the US government provide accurate information to the public while leaving out side effects it knows without doubt CAN occur (even supposing they are not common side effects)? It seems the only reasonable answer is that J&J and the US government do not want to provide accurate information to the public. After all, that would get in the way of J&J profits and the immense government control of proposed vax mandates.