Researchers confirm highly variable vaccine batch toxicity despite VAERS data artifacts: Latypova
“No batch is safe,” claims researcher.
Team Engima researcher Alexandra “Sasha” Latypova says widely varying vaccine batch toxicity registered in the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is real despite the presence of many data artifacts in batch numbers.
She says the worst US vaccine batches (lots) have:
Over 600 serious adverse events registered per lot
Over 5,000 overall adverse events registered per lot
Team Enigma is a group of independent researchers analyzing government vaccine databases, including VAERS as well as ones in Europe, Australia, and Japan.
The researchers are anonymous except for Sasha, who gave a video interview with Stew Peters.
[R]esearchers investigating [potential batch-specific toxicity of COVID-19 vaccines] should be wary of important artifacts that are present in the publicly available VAERS data, which can skew analyses and lead to incorrect conclusions.
To this point, Sasha responds:
The typos [and other data artifacts] are about the low-event lots, but the variability is driven by the large-event lots [having more than 5,000 adverse events].
People do not mistype everything, in all geographies, the same way 5,000 times. So those [large-event lots] are real lots.
If you have a bag of 100 candies and two of them contain cyanide, are you saying the bag is safe? No. The whole bag is poison.
When Peters asked if she thought someone inside the vaccine companies was deliberately “sabotaging these lots to make them poisonous and deadly,” Sasha replied: