Video Featuring VAERS Reports Shows Link Between Childhood Vaccines and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)


A new short video made by an engineer and “part-time citizen journalist” highlights a possible link between sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and childhood vaccines based on reports pulled from the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). While the video itself is anecdotal, there are nearly 100,000 VAERS reports linking childhood vaccines to infant illness and death, as well as a documentary from the ’80s on the issue that cites numerous sources and doctors’ opinions.

Now that the COVID-19 “vaccines”—which are, in fact, DoD “prototype countermeasures” that were never adequately trialed—have proven themselves to be enormously dangerous and utterly ineffective, large swaths of people who would’ve never questioned the normal vaccine schedule are beginning to question it. Engineer and “part-time citizen journalist” Chief Nerd is one of those people, and in a recent popular video assembled a string of VAERS reports possibly linking childhood vaccines such as the Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis (DPT) vaccine to so-called Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

In the brief video above Chief Nerd showcases dozens of reports from VAERS—that is, the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Reporting System—that describe infants dying after receiving various vaccines, including the DPT vaccine, as well as the oral polio virus vaccine, the Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine (or Hib vaccine), and/or the inactivated polio vaccine (IPV). The symptoms leading up to the deaths, the reports note, include pyrexia (fever), agitation, cyanosis (hands, feet, etc. turning blue), stupor, coma, petechiae (round brown-purple spots due to bleeding under the skin), hemorrhage, and myocarditis—that is, an inflammation of the heart muscle, which is now firmly linked to the COVID injections.

Although Chief Nerd’s video is brief, he wrote in a tweet that he went back through 30+ years of VAERS reports and “was chilled by what [he] saw over and over again.” He asks rhetorically in the tweet: “Was it really ‘SIDS’ all these years or something else?”

Indeed, one can perform a simple search on OpenVAERS—a website that makes searching the CDC’s often unwieldy and esoteric system far easier for the layperson—for reports from vaccine recipients under the age of 12 months old and turn up nearly 100,000 reports. Including reports of deaths, permanent disabilities, and life-threatening diseases.

Just as Chief Nerd shows in his video, reports on VAERS frequently link serious diseases to sudden infant death syndrome specifically; oftentimes highlighting the fact that these babies were “normal” or “apparently well and healthy” before dying suddenly. Often times at night, only to be found dead the next day. (A trend that parallels what researchers have identified with cardiac arrests due to the COVID injections shockingly well.)

Image: OpenVAERS

The reports of SIDS in the VAERS system appear to be frequently linked to the DPT vaccine, which is notable because that link was apparently established even back in the early ’80s. The documentary embedded immediately below, for example, dubbed DPT: Vaccine Roulette, explores the relationship between SIDS and the childhood vaccine; noting that the “DPT shot can damage to a devastating degree” and featuring interviews with doctors such as pediatrician and author Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, who notes the shot “is probably the poorest and the most dangerous vaccine that we now have.” (The documentary also features experts who believe the DPT shot provides benefits that outweigh its risks, although the general theme of the documentary is that the vaccine is excessively harmful.)

Of course, the CDC—which is hellbent on defending the safety and efficacy of all vaccines, including the COVID injections—claims “Vaccines have not been shown to cause sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). The CDC says the following on its webpage on the topic:

Babies receive multiple vaccines when they are between 2 to 4 months old. This age range is also the peak age for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). The timing of the 2 month and 4 month shots and SIDS has led some people to question whether they might be related. However, studies have found that vaccines do not cause and are not linked to SIDS.

To support its claims, the CDC highlights seven studies in peer-reviewed journals, such as this one in The New England Journal of Medicine. The study, which analyzed the rates of SIDS after the administration of DTP vaccine in a cohort of 129,834 children who were born in four urban Tennessee counties during the period from 1974 through 1984, concludes that “in this large population of children there was no increase in the risk of SIDS after immunization with the DTP vaccine.” The study’s authors, however, included ones associated with the CDC, and even used CDC funding. As well as funding from the Wellcome Trust, a “charitable foundation” in the same vein as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which was established to administer the fortune of the American-born British pharmaceutical magnate Sir Henry Wellcome; the founder of the pharmaceutical company Burroughs Wellcome & Company. Wellcome’s company eventually merged with others to form GlaxoSmithKline (now GSK), a pharma giant with annual revenues in the tens of billions.

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