TrialSite recently showcased a California physician and whistleblower represented by attorney Aaron Siri with the law firm Siri & Glimstad LLP. Siri wrote a letter to both the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on behalf of their client Dr. Patricia Lee, an ICU physician and surgeon, who has had the unfortunate experience of treating many COVID-19 vaccine-injured patients. In a letter addressed to CBER Director Dr. Peter Marks and the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force Deputy Director Dr. Tom Shimabukuro, Siri raised attention to serious claims. Specifically, the letter stated that both critical public health-related agencies are ignoring pleas from Dr. Patricia Lee to investigate the catastrophic effects of the COVID-19 vaccines on some of her patients. In the 15 years Dr. Lee has practiced medicine, she has never seen the level of adverse events she now observes with the COVID-19 vaccines. Now in his latest blog writing, Siri declares that the “CDC Admits Crushing Rights of Naturally Immune Without Proof They Transmit the Virus.”
Attorney Aaron Siri writes that “after formal demand, the CDC concedes it does not have proof of a single instance of naturally immune individual spreading the virus.”
But how could that be? Why would the CDC implement such a “crush” on people’s civil liberties without any proof that natural immunity doesn’t work? Why has there been so much bias in favor of an all-encompassing approach despite accumulating scientific evidence of its challenges?
Yet as Siri points out in his blog, “There are endless documents reflecting cases of vaccinated individuals becoming infected with and transmitting the virus to others.” Siri refers readers to a few studies, including the Massachusetts breakthrough infection study as well as a study in Vietnam, a French study, and the Wisconsin public health study covered by TrialSite.
‘It gets Worse’
Problematically, the plaintiff-side counsel was able to elicit a truly troubling admission from the CDC. Their excuse for not offering “a shred of evidence of the naturally immune transmitting the virus” comes down to the simple fact that “the information is not collected.”
What? Isn’t that the public health agency’s job? What is going on in Atlanta…? And for that matter, Washington DC?
Call to Action: Follow the link to the attorney’s blog.