Ron Johnson Criticizes CDC And FDA

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson is frustrated with federal health agencies because of their lack of transparency with data regarding the effects of COVID-19 vaccine in people who are vaccinated.

Johnson wrote a letter which was directed to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Robert Califfand, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky.

Johnson condemned the health agencies for hiding critical data regarding the COVID-19 vaccine side effects. He said that he has written as many as 35 letters to the Executive Branch, inquiring about the pandemic and asking about the current administration’s response to it.

He believes that their insufficient response to his concerns reflect their unacceptable and arrogant behavior towards the Americans. He also added that this lack of clarity from these national health agencies is destroying the American people’s confidence in them.

Johnson also quoted data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), which highlights that there have been more than 1,100,000 global reports of adverse events, in addition to more than 25,000 reports of death, as of March 28, 2022. Johnson further added that around 29% deaths happened in initial days after these people were vaccinated, which raises some serious questions about why these federal health agencies are not thoroughly investigating, taking necessary actions and informing the public.

Johnson also talked about insurance companies who are reporting numerous cases involving adverse side-effects of the COVID-19 vaccines. German health insurance company BKK ProVita’s Andreas Schofbeck disclosed that many of their customers are experiencing side-effects of the COVID-19 shot, as he reports that more than 216,000 of their customers experienced adverse effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Johnson also pointed out the surge in medical problems U.S. service members are experiencing as he referred to the data provided by the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED).

Johnson is demanding the health agencies to be more open and transparent, as well as provide valid answers to the Americans.