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Pfizer Trial Uses Racism To Cover Tracks
“self-induced due to watermelon diet”
And other magical tricks of dubious origin.
Digging through the Pfizer FOIA documentation ‘pd-production-123021.zip’, there was a single .PDF, titled ‘CRFs-for-site-1081.pdf’.
CRF — short for eCRT, which in turn stands for ‘Electronic Case Report Form’ — contains, unsurprisingly, case reports for site 1081, based at Sterling Research Group - Mt. Auburn (Mount Auburn urgent care, see this). Sterling Research Group were ‘acquired’ by Meridian Clinical Research in 2021 after this trial started in 2020.
CRF includes data for adverse events. There is a noticeable trend of researchers brushing adverse events under the carpet using bizarre excuses.
Sweeping Adverse Events Under The Carpet
For subject 10811045 (‘I’m a name, not a number!’), Pfizer obviously couldn’t make up their minds if the adverse event — ‘Atrial Fibrillation with Rapid Ventricular Response’ (read: heart issues) — was on-going or not.
They had marked an earlier entry on the event as “DELETED”, where the answer to the question ‘is the adverse event still ongoing’ was ‘yes’. They replaced it with a ‘later’ one saying ‘No’. The end date shows it clearly occurred for nearly a month - from 17th November 2020 to December 1st 2020.
Part of that “DELETED” record shows that the researchers tried to declare the adverse event was “NOT RELATED”, but there’s no way they could state this because under their justification, they wrote:
Unknown at this time, will update once records received
Translation: they made the determination before they received the medical records, meaning they maliciously and intentionally misclassified this data as ‘not related’ before there was evidence to make that determination. Further hammering home the cover-up is the ‘new’ record, which was updated to say:
Idiopathic, no cause noted in medical records
For those unfamiliar with the term ‘idiopathic’, it means ‘we don’t know the cause’. If nothing else caused the injury after the shot, then the only possible cause is the shot itself, as it is the only thing that changed.
Pfizer’s clinical trial team misleadingly label this as “NOT RELATED” but have no evidence to prove how or why. The individual received the shot in September 9th 2020, experiencing the adverse reaction barely 2 months after:
Given Pfizer shots are associated with heart issues, such as myocarditis and pericarditis, this generalised sweeping under the carpet is extremely suspicious. An adverse event they couldn’t explain, that lasted nearly a month, that they couldn’t attribute to any cause, ‘but trust us bro, it’s not related’.
Then They Use Racism To Cover Up
Starting to suspect there was a trend of intentionally misclassifying adverse events as “NOT RELATED”, further scrutiny was applied to reports of adverse reactions, whether they seemed vaccine related or not.
This next one will shock you.
For subject 10811046, there was an adverse event for Diabetic Ketoacidosis:
At first you might think that’s a pre-existing condition. Sure, Type 2 Diabetes is listed. However there were no other reports for ‘diabetic ketoacidosis’ before injection or after this reported adverse event.
It occurred on the 17th September 2020. They were injected barely 8 days earlier, on the 9th September 2020.
How did Pfizer’s cronies explain away this close relationship in chronological events? Perhaps you’re thinking with a casual handwave, yet another ‘idiopathic’ cause, vague medical jargon, you know, a technical pedantic lie?
No. Pfizer’s research cronies went straight for the jugular: outright racist tropes. And the FDA approved this dataset to boot:
self-induced due to watermelon diet
Perhaps your minds are purist, and you’re not familiar with the racist trope that black people supposedly only eat watermelon. Yes, in order to cover-up an adverse event from the shot, Pfizer went for the jugular, and went for a racist stereotype.
Hoping, perhaps this was a misread by The Daily Beagle, that this was some poorly worded clinical judgement, the race of the subject who had a “watermelon diet” was reviewed.
Subject 10811046, was indeed, marked as “BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN”.
self-induced due to watermelon diet
…raise many medical red flags in phrasing and terminology, even if we assume this obvious stereotype was somehow an accurate observation (given the carpet sweeping, we all know it isn’t). What sort of red flags?
Firstly, it would have been sufficient to have just said ‘self-induced due to diet’. From a privacy standpoint, refraining from commenting on personal preferences is pretty much go-to in any sensible medical organisation. Notice the entries don’t say ‘heart attack due to overconsumption of hamburgers’ or something similar.
In-fact, this is the first time The Daily Beagle has read a medical entry of this nature. Prior history of reading many patient records. Their remark is entirely unprofessional.
Then there are other questions: What is a “watermelon diet”? The trial has not defined it. It is not a medical condition. What does it mean? Are they implying the individual only consumes watermelons? A nutritional impossibility. Or maybe that their diet contains watermelons amongst other foods? Then why focus on just the watermelons? Why did Pfizer focus on just that?
Perhaps the darkest recesses of your mind think, somehow, maybe this stereotype is true. Perhaps this one person has gone crazy like those ‘I only eat fries’ people and suddenly decided now was the time.
But it’s provably false, because on August 17th 2020, barely one month before the Diabetic Ketoacidosis, they experienced a shellfish allergy:
Meaning, of course, they ate seafood. The “watermelon diet” entry is a provable lie. So why is Pfizer trying to disparage them as being on a “watermelon diet”?
There were only two other Black subjects in this pool; the others being 10811036 and 10811135. Only three people and Pfizer’s researchers couldn’t refrain from commenting?
Anyone with a half working brain can see the line…
self-induced due to watermelon diet
…Is a social faux pas if they had any basic understanding of social context. Were the Pfizer clinical researchers that malfeasant they thought they could cover-up an adverse reaction by appealing to a racist stereotype? Did they anticipate nobody would read this so they could insert whatever they liked?
If this entry is rife with cliche and inaccurate tropes, how can we trust any of the other datasets? And why did the FDA approve this dataset with such a glaring error of outright point blank racism?
Oh, And There’s A Death Too
Just in-case racism somehow doesn’t float your boat, there’s a death they refused to attribute to the shots as well. “unknown causes” as Pfizer try to carpet sweep again.
Subject 10811194 died. So dehumanising to refer to them as numbers. No wonder they purge the names.
In this instance, the FDA joined in by also obfuscating the date of death — an adverse event, by the way — by censoring it:
We know the death happened in 2020, however looking at the frantic notes and reports between the Pfizer researchers, we can infer a probable date range of when the individual died (why did the FDA even bother censoring the month?).
The initial entry for the “ADVERSE EVENT” was November 11th 2020.
Another specifies “DEATH” specifically on November 12th 2020, although this is the date it is explicitly recorded, not necessarily when it happened. We know it can’t have happened after this point.
We can therefore infer November 11th to 12th 2020 is when they most likely died. And at the very least, we can infer November 2020 is when they died. Why is this important?
They got their Pfizer shot October 27th 2020. Barely 2 weeks later, this person was dead.
How did Pfizer label it?
At first they did the usual “Unknown cause of death at this time”. Then on November 24th 2020, they updated it, first to vaguely say “hypertension” (read: high blood pressure), then changed it again to say “hypertensive cardiovascular disease” (read: high blood pressure impacting the heart leading to death).
The 24th November 2020 is when they declared they had received the death certificate:
Again, as we know Pfizer shots cause heart issues, their refusal to associate it to the shots and blame a ‘hypertensive cardiovascular disease’ whilst not identifying the cause of that heart attack within 2 weeks of taking the first Pfizer shot, as being caused by the Pfizer shot, is absolutely criminal.
So, if at first your poison shot does not succeed, Pfizer’s motto is: pretend you don’t know the cause, invoke racist tropes, and insist people dying within 2 weeks of taking the shot are “not related”.
The FDA’s motto seems to be ‘rubberstamp approval for profits’. If they had actually read this document they would have spotted that ‘watermelon’ trope clanger a mile off. They’re both criminal. Tuskegee Syphilis experiment all over again.
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