Did Vaccines Really Eliminate Polio? COVID-19 Shots Linked to Guillain-Barré Syndrome – Common Side Effect of Vaccines that Resembles Polio
FiercePharma, the pharmaceutical's trade publication, reported yesterday that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) was adding Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) as a side effect to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot. This comes two months after the FDA issued a similar warning for GBS on the Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 shots. The FDA and CDC claim that GBS is "rare." However, based on years of statistics on vaccine injuries, especially for the flu shot, the evidence suggests that it is not that "rare" at all. GBS is almost always diagnosed based on the symptoms, and it shares the same symptoms of several other illnesses, including Transverse Myelitis (another common vaccine side effect), Acute Flaccid Myelitis, and Polio. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, for example, was originally thought to be afflicted with Polio which gave him permanent paralysis and forced him into a wheel chair, but in recent times many people believe he actually had GBS. So what about COVID-19 shots? GBS is now acknowledged as a side effect for at least 2 of them, but since it shares symptoms that are almost identical to other labeled illnesses, how many injuries are we seeing with "Polio-like" symptoms? If you search the VAERS database for adverse reactions to all the current COVID-19 shots, you won't find much for "polio." After all, we eliminated Polio through vaccination, right? How about if we search for GBS, Transverse Myelitis, Acute Flaccid Myelitis? I ran those searches, and the results are in this article. So after reviewing the data regarding GBS, and other disease names that exhibit similar symptoms to GBS, the question that begs to be answered is: Was Polio really eliminated by vaccines? Or did they just simply rename the symptoms to make it look like Polio was eradicated? Because Polio is always referred to as the "Gold Standard" example of how vaccines eliminated one of the worst viruses of the 20th Century.