COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Ohio lawyer Thomas Renz is claiming that according to a whistle-blower, nearly 50,000 seniors died within 14 days of being vaccinated for COVID-19. A total of 59.4 million people or 18.1 percent of the US population are on Medicare, Renz said.
In a speech in Colorado Springs last month, Renz said that according to data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Medicare Tracking System, a total of 48,465 seniors including 19,400 people younger than 80 years-old and 28,067 people older than 80, died within 14 days of receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.
“(The) 14 days is important because if you die within 14 days of being vaccinated you are not considered vaccinated,” Renz said.
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Renz said that the data also revealed that 2,058, or more than 25 percent of the 7,900 people who received Remdesivir for COVID-19 died. A total of 46 percent of those died within 14 days of treatment. Also, 131 or 24.6 percent of the 532 patients who received Remdesivir reported “Serious adverse events,” he said.
According to Renz, CDC the Remdesivir Treatment was established in U.S. Hospitals at the direction of Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
“This is raw data – there’s no analysis,” Renz said “This begs the question (of) why is this the protocol in American Hospitals? Does this appear ‘Safe and Effective’ to you?”
According to a September 20 article in the American Bar Association (ABA) Journal, Renz has challenged COVID-19 mask, lock-down and vaccination mandates in a series of federal lawsuits in Alabama, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, New Mexico and Ohio.