the 12 year old...i cant find her age group, unless this is actually her and she wasnt yet 12 at the time.
Here is video of the panel set to start at the tale of the 12-year-old girl, Maddie de Garay:
Her mother says: "Neither Pfizer, the FDA or the CDC has ever talked to us or attempted to."
The woman mentioned in the earlier post - Brianne Dressen - speaks next, from 16:50. She says she has "repeatedly asked and begged" the FDA and the CDC to acknowledge "thousands of reactions" and "they have refused".
"Your system is broken and you know it. You are constantly and persistently telling the public that your review of the data is thorough and your safety signalling systems are robust, when in reality there are huge gaps in your system every single step of the way. You are not taking care of those who have suffered severe adverse reactions - stop telling the public that you are. Your refusal to take action means there will be more like us. Take responsibility for your role in the suffering of good Americans who did their part by taking the vaccine and had no idea this could happen to them. Here's your proper informed consent: if you get Covid, you will get medical help. But I'm afraid to tell you: if you get this reaction - that reaction - that reaction - Maddie's reaction - Doug's reaction - you are on your own. The government won't help you. The drug companies won't help you. Your medical teams will have no idea what to do with you. Financially, you will be on your own."
he also says that companies should have to put money aside to help injured families financially. But every drug company does that.
Going by what these people are saying and what I've heard elsewhere - that the makers of the vaccine are protected from potential lawsuits due to adverse effects (as is the FDA) - I wonder if that's actually the case?
Here's what her husband had to say:
"My wife was severely neurologically injured by a single COVID vaccine in a clinical trial here in the United States last November. Because study protocol requires two doses, she was dropped from the trial, her access to the study app deleted. Her reaction is not described in the recently released clinical trial report."
The list of those "vaccine injured" who took part in the expert panel:
So I guess there are a few claims that could be looked into there, such as that the data isn't accurate; that some sort of 'cover up' is taking place; that true information isn't being distributed; and that the "vaccine injured" are being "left in the lurch".
It's a big ol' can of worms, really, and would obviously need some decent research if threads were to be made to investigate such claims. But, anyways, taken at face value they seem like claims that ought to cause pause for thought (unless everything's simply "made up" or mistaken).