BOMBSHELL! 661 Maine VAERS deaths in 28 days exposes Problems in State’s Narrative
From TrialSite Staff October 10, 2021
During courtroom legal testimony, TrialSite advisory committee member Dr. Peter McCullough reports that the adverse event death rate in the state of Maine indicates considerable cause for concern. An inordinate amount of deaths, 661 within 28 days after vaccination, suggests a distinct possible link, although, of course, this isn’t prima facie proof that the deaths are caused by the COVID-19 vaccines. The VAERS death rate is 7 times the rate of Maine’s average monthly Covid death rate. During the entire year of 2020, Maine reported 1,070 Covid deaths. The lawsuit centers on a call for injunctive relief bought by the Alliance Against Healthcare Mandates. This plaintiff seeks to stop the State of Maine’s emergency rule-making order mandating all healthcare workers to get the jab for COVID-19. On the plaintiff’s side was counsel Ron Jenkins while on the state was represented by Attorney General Thomas Knowlton. Apparently, the entire court proceeding is blacked out from mainstream media, which by itself is quite troubling.
Early in September, the Alliance Against Healthcare Mandates filed a lawsuit against the State of Maine seeking to block SARS-CoV-2 vaccine mandates targeting health care workers. The key legal claim centered on the lack of legislative input or public hearings supporting the mandates. The plaintiffs argue that severe staffing shortages and stress on first responders would ensure. The target deadline for all affected workers is October 29, 2021.
Dr. Peter McCullough: Expert Witness
Published on YouTube, Dr. McCullough’s court testimony occurred Friday, Oct. 8, for a court audience in Augusta, Maine. The testimony revealed that 661 Mainers died within 28 days of receiving a COVID-19 vaccination, which places those deaths within the CDC’s window of investigatory concern as significant events. Dr. McCullough cautions all that the nature and timing of the deaths is highly suspect and needs to be investigated.
On the Defensive
The State of Maine’s CDC Director, Dr. Nirav Shah, shared his point of view. First, it should be noted that this office only investigated 31 of the 661 deaths—that is, those deaths that involved Myocarditis or inflammation of the heart often triggered by viral infection. Second, Dr. Shah minimizes the 661 deaths by comparing this count to the 400 million doses administered nationwide. Of course, that’s really just a real cheap trick as the State of Main only has about 1.4 million. So, the fact that this educated professional even tried such a comparison as a means of deflection only raises suspicion even further.
Moreover, Shah attempted to persuade the judge that the actual number of COVID-19 vaccines exceeded all previous vaccines for the last three decades. Finally, his personal analysis of breakthrough cases and what’s actually happening out in the world are two very distinct realities.
The CDC director reported that the following death categories were not investigated whatsoever:
- Heart Attacks (391)
- Strokes (260)
- Embolisms (216)
- Low platelet counts (201) or others
Rather these often-overlapping diagnoses were given to the CDC purportedly to investigate.