The fox news host Tucker Carlson has doubts about the safety and efficacy of the vaccine against the Coronavirus pandemic. He recently Thursday built a false conspiracy about the vaccine. He says that thousands of people have died after taking getting vaccinated. He blames all these deaths on the Biden government. In a statement that he came from him says –
“Between late December of 2020 last month, a total of 3,362 people apparently died after getting the covid vaccine in the United States, that is an average of roughly 30 people every day. So what does that add up to? By the way, that reporting period ended on April 23, and we don’t have numbers past that.”
Tucker Carlson Playing Dangerous Game On Vaccine.
Radiologist Pradeep J. Shanker whose focus is on the health policy who’s also a contributor to the Nation Review took it to Twitter to respond to the controversy of Tucker. He also spoke about VAERS and said that anyone and everyone is allowed to submit a report with regards to any matter. He says that –
“If you had a vaccine today, and then has a heart attack unrelated to the vaccine, your death would be in VAERS, vaccinating hundreds of millions of people means that, by random probability, some people will die, and it has no relationship to the vaccine. That is simple math.”
further, he added criticizing Tucker. He says –
“Tucker, being an idiot, took that number of death, and say they are related to the vaccine.s This, of course, is nonsense, But again, gullible people will believe these things, because the math and science aren’t exactly crystal clear.”
Carlson stands strong on his ground he says –
“We looked up the number the Biden administration has gathered on vaccine safety. Then last night, we boldly read those numbers on television – the Biden numbers. As we did that, we noted the administration system for injuries- it’s called VAERS – has been credibly accused of being inaccurate, he added. We also noted that the very same system has been used for a long time.”
The one who read the disclaimer says –
” Reports may include incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental and unverified information,”
Another warned and said that
“The number of reports alone cannot be interpreted or used to reach conclusions about the existence, severity, frequency, or rates of problems associated with vaccines.”
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