Is the CDC Lying? 130 People had Strokes, but "Nobody Died". How is That Possible?
It is implausible to have 130 strokes and NO DEATHS
We all heard that the CDC “Identified a safety signal involving strokes", possibly caused by the bivalent booster.
If we are to believe the CDC, out of 130 seniors who had strokes soon after their boosters, “nobody died.”
I would be very glad if that were the case, of course. But is it possible?
CDC has a page explaining the risk of dying from strokes.
Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Every 3.5 minutes, someone dies of stroke.
3.5 minutes is 210 seconds. So, every stroke victim has a 40/210, or roughly one out of five, chance of dying. (1 out of 5.25, to be precise)
Had this exact ratio applied to the 130 reported stroke sufferers from the Vaccine Safety Datalink story, we would expect to have 25 persons who would end up deceased.
The CDC wants us to believe that “nobody died.” I estimated the chance of that as:
So, the probability that all 130 strokes ended with NO deaths is one out of one trillion. (1.17*10^-12)
Let me ask you a question: did we witness a ONE OUT OF TRILLION RANDOM COINCIDENCE, or is the CDC lying about “nobody dying" from stroke” out of 130 booster-related stroke victims?
I know that we are observing a lot of coincidences lately… But this one is pushing the limits of my credulity…
Please help me decide: Did we observe a random coincidence whose chances are 1 out of a trillion?
Or is the CDC lying to us about “no deaths”?
Why no serious journalists and publications are asking this simple question?