CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Thursday, Nov 9, 2023 — Policy deaths from the CV-19 jab project have reached 1,335 reports to the federal government, or 133,500 deaths the more likely number.
By David Tulis / NoogaRadio Network
The underreporting factor at VAERS, the vaccine adverse event reporting system run by CDC, is between 43 and 100. The likely total of 133,500 lost souls is the higher figure, meaning it is based on the assumption that one death in 100 is reported to the government site. Harms are at 1.4131 million, based on 14,131 filings by doctors, nurses, family members and other parties.
All told, 1,605,764 reports have been filed through Oct. 27, including data from other countries. A survey by Steve Kirsch indicates that “the COVID vaccines have killed 3.5 times as many people as COVID. This is a disaster.”
The Hamilton County department of health issues no alerts, creates no safety committee, has no protocols for handling the onslaught of death. It is headed by Dr. Stephen Miller. I was involved in lawsuit against the department administrator Becky Barnes, now retired, 878 days to compel the agency to make a determination of the agent of c0ntagion of the purported Covid-19 virus. It refused to obey T.C.A. § 68-5-104, citing “discretion” to ignore all of the six requirements of the law to determine cause of the flu.
Obituaries rarely state the cause of death.
➤ Howard high school student and marching band trombone player D’Andrea Satari Thomas, 15, daughter of D’Andray Thomas and Brittnie Lancaster, “transitioned” Oct. 28, a Saturday. “She loved music and Tick-toking with her sisters and friends. She accepted Christ in February of 2018, and became a member of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church.”
➤ UPS retiree Gregory Stewart Owens, 59, of Chattanooga, dies October 19, 2023, in Cartagena, Colombia. He was a 1982 graduate of Tyner High School and attended Chattanooga State Community College. Gregory was a member of Miracle Missionary Baptist Church and attended Good Friends Church. Survivors include his sons, Korey (Ebony) Owens and Gregory (Janeshia) Owens, Jr., both of Chattanooga; daughter, Takia Owens of Knoxville, TN; seven grandchildren.
➤ Christopher Cort Knight, 35, of Rossville dies Nov. 3. Chattanooga-born Mr. Knight was a landscaper and painter working for Geary Reynolds. “Christopher loved music, playing guitar and writing songs, enjoyed walking and hiking, scrap metal, collecting artwork, going to yard sales and baking.”
➤ Glenda Harris, 61, of Chattanooga, dies Oct. 26. She attended Howard High School. “Glenda was a beacon of joy to all those who met her.”
➤ John Thomas Frazier IV, 60, of Chattanooga, dies Oct. 24. He was a graduate of Brainerd High School, class of 1981. He had a wife, Marsha; a son, Terry; and a daughter, Diane Marshal.
➤ Henry Gordon “Gordy” Nichol Jr., 60, of Chattanooga, dies Nov. 1. This “most easygoing, and kindhearted man you could ever know” was born in Nashville. “He was a well-known musician playing the bass and steel guitar. He taught music at St. Jude and OLPH.”
➤ Daniel Erick Rockholt, 51, a resident of Ringgold, Georgia, passed away on November 2, 2023, at his residence in Ringgold.
➤ Marsha “Pulba” Woods, 62, passed away on Monday, November 6, 2023, in Chattanooga.
➤ Faye Swaney “ran into the arms of Jesus” Oct. 31. Faye, 62, was daughter of Betty and Lamar Swaney. “Faye had many friends who loved her dearly; she was much loved by all who knew her.”
➤ Sarah Ann Trumpore Anglin, dies Nov. 3 at Tennova Cleveland Hospiatal “ater a “lengthybattle with a digestive illness.” She was 35. She worked at U.S. Bank and had a son, Danny. “She tried her best to make every decision for his well-being.”
➤ Thomas Bradfield of Knoxville, dies at 46. He has Chattanooga connections.
➤ Carol Brown of Chattanooga dies Nov. 4 in a Fort Oglethorpe hospital. Age 47
➤ Local resident James Kevin Frazier dies Nov. 1 in Chattanooga. He was 54
➤ Daniel Erick Rockart of Ringgold, Ga., dies Nov. 2 at his residence. He was 51.
VAERS is the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System put in place in 1990. It is a voluntary reporting system that has been estimated to account for only 1% (read more about underreporting in VAERS) of vaccine injuries. OpenVAERS is built from the HHS data available for download at vaers.hhs.gov.