Majority of Americans Want an Investigation into CDC over COVID Jab Safety

(Molly BrunsHeadline USA) A recent television and online survey of Americans found that 57% of potential voters want the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to be investigated as potential side effects of the many COVID vaccines and boosters pile up.

According to the Post Millennial, 70% of Republicans and 49% percent of Democrats believe that the situation warranted further investigation.

49% of people surveyed believed the CDC communicated with complete information; 41% asserted that the public did not get a comprehensive view of the side effects. The final 10% said they were unsure.

Participants answered questions about the likelihood of the CDC providing complete information about the side effects of the jab, and whether or not Congress should investigate the institution for how it provided vaccinations.

Dr Rochelle Walensky, director of the CDC, called for a total “reset” of the institution in order to more adequately avoid “confusion” surrounding any potential future pandemic situations.

The CDC recently announced that they will be performing an investigation into the most recent Bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech booster, as some have raised concerns that people over 65 years old who take the shot may be at heightened risk for strokes.

The updated booster shot was available to the public for several months before the Biden administration came forward with the news, despite constant claims of “transparency” and “honesty.”

The CDC also noted that cases of myocarditis—a heart disease characterized by inflammation of the heart muscle—rose dramatically, particularly in men ages 16 to 24.

Institutions are attempting make this disease seem like a usual occurrence for children and young adults. New York Presbytirian Hospital released a 30-second ad where a young girl discusses her diagnoses and doctors provided her with medication to decrease her heart’s swelling.

Few pediatric myocarditis cases—about 100 to 200 per year—appeared in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) before 2020. In 2021 the number climbed toward 30,000, and in 2022 it reached about 23,000.