It’s time we stand up for our veterans and demand that our veterans, who have honorably served our nation but tragically were injured by COVID-19 vaccines, be able to receive the disability benefits they’ve earned and deserve. Our veterans’ representatives from each state must immediately step up and fulfill their duty as public servants to hold the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) accountable for any decisions it makes to deny a COVID-19 vaccine injury and disability claim.
The members of our armed forces deserve to be compensated for any COVID-19 service-connected vaccine injury. The Veterans Affairs Schedule for Rating Disabilities (VASRD) must be updated to consider medical diagnoses for COVID-19 vaccine, service-connected disability ratings. We need you to support the members of our armed forces by asking our elected officials to demand the VA verifies they have included medical scenarios whereby this type of injury occurs. Please take action today!
Children’s Health Defense (CHD) wants to ensure that the members of our armed forces receive the best veterans disability care and benefits they’ve earned and deserve. Urgency is required because our current active-duty members, as they begin to transition out of the military, must be able to claim this important disability rating now.
The VASRD is used by the VA as part of the process of adjudicating disability claims. This is a published collection of medical requirements used to evaluate a service member’s medical history and determine their VA military disability rating. The VASRD includes medical scenarios whereby disease, injury, dysfunction, or other issues could occur. Our veterans need the VASRD updated – now – to reflect all documented injuries caused by the COVID-19 vaccine. Our wounded warriors demand the best care they have earned.
Many injuries are due in part to the Department of Defense’s requirement that all service members be vaccinated. It’s time injuries are acknowledged and actions are taken to protect vaccine injured service members. Demand the VA add medical scenarios that address service-connected COVID-19 vaccine injuries to the VASRD.
Please take 30 seconds to tell your lawmakers to ensure that our veterans receive the disability that they deserve and help protect our vaccine-injured veterans.
Host L Todd Wood speaks with Dr. Scott Sturman, a member of STARRS.us and a former USAF pilot, about how to heal the US military force after forced injections of a dangerous substance.
This video is part of the series Information Operation.
After suing the CDC twice, Aaron Siri, human rights and vaccine attorney for Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) finally won the lawsuit, forcing the CDC to turn over its V-safe Covid vaccine injury data.
V-safe is a smartphone app created and used by the CDC that offers health evaluations and collects health information from people after they receive the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the CDC, “V-safe provides personalized and confidential health check-ins via text messages and web surveys so you can quickly and easily share with CDC how you, or your dependent, feel after getting a COVID-19 vaccine. This information helps CDC monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines in near real-time.”
ICAN took the 144 million lines of data it received from the CDC and created a visual dashboard to make the data easy to see and interpret. What the data shows is alarming.
Of the over 10 million users who registered with V-safe 3,353,110 were hurt and a staggering 6,458,751 health impacts were reported.
Health impacts were divided into 3 categories:
Participants were able to report multiple health impacts during the initial evaluation and through subsequent evaluations.
The data shows that 7.7% of users required medical care after receiving the vaccine while another 2.5 million, or 25% either had a serious reaction or had to miss work or school.
“Of the 10 million users within V-safe, 7.7% of them had to seek medical care after vaccination. That is an incredibly high percentage, it appears to me,” Siri told Fox News’s Chase Gallagher regarding the V-safe data.