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It's Always the Last Dose That Gets You

•, By Steve Kirsch

There's so much more to dig in here, but I leave that as an exercise to the reader. Steve has made the data public here.

Turns out the vaccine increases death rates in the first 6 months after the shot which persists for about a year before going back to baseline. And it's the last dose that kills you – pulling forward death into that first year post shot.

Let's start with death rate. Here we see the number of deaths per 100,000 person days after the last shot. More on that metric later, but it's the least biased way we can look at the data we have. The blue line is from the vaccine records, the red is from some synthetic data I created that was explicitly designed to NOT have any vaccine effects (more on that below, too).

Fig. 1 – Death rates since last dose.

I don't know about you, but I clearly see a peak in death rate about 6-months out from the last shot and that stays elevated above baseline (the red) for about a year.

Another way to look at the data: let's just look at the people who died and see how long they survived after their last shot. I tend think in probability density, so that's what I have here (I labelled it "Fraction of People", but for those in-the-know, it's probability density, the area under the curve is 1).

If the vaccine didn't cause death, then I'd expect to see what the red data shows, a constant death rate (with Poisson noise) after the last shot. But that's not what we see, the deaths show up with a 6-month-ish peak and stay elevated for about a year.

Fig.2 – Survival time after last dose.

What about age stratification? What about vaccine batch? What about dose count and timing? Yeah, that's all in the data, slice and dice and see what you find. I wanted to get the big picture and see if there's signal. If that's not a clear signal, then I don't know what to tell you. Have at the data, it's here.