Facing Incompetent Government Victims of CCP Virus Vaccines Form Civil Support Organization

According to media reports, the CCP virus vaccine has injured people in the early stages of vaccine trials. Now, mankind has entered the second year of the large-scale promotion of the Chinese Communist Party’s vaccines around the world. Vaccine injuries continue to occur and have been reported to U.S. regulators. But all major players, including the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health, are still ignoring the problem. Some victims have set up sites like REACT19 to help other victims seek compensation through the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Scheme. However, the Vaccine Reimbursement Program does not cover injuries caused by vaccines approved under Emergency Use Authorization. Because the COVID-19 vaccine was launched under an emergency authorization, victims of the COVID-19 vaccine cannot seek compensation. Over the past two years, countless people who participated in the CCP’s vaccine trials have been greatly harmed. These victims were unable to take care of themselves and suffered mental damage. Many of them even spent a lot of money to treat the side effects of the CCP vaccine. React19.org is a non-political, non-profit organization focused on scientific research to provide financial, medical and psychological support to people around the world who have been harmed by the CCP virus vaccine. In just one year, the organization contacted more than 20,000 people in various fields who had been injured by the CCP vaccine, and published 443 true stories. Brianne Dresses is one of the founders of REACT19. More than 70 percent of the victims were in good health before the vaccine, she said. Most of them were asymptomatic with all previous vaccinations. These victims are not against vaccines at all. Victims also said the NIH knew these CCP vaccine victims, but they warned them not to talk about our findings. Within 24 hours of testifying during the group discussion, Dressen was permanently banned from Facebook.

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