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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

CJ Image 1 s12 19By Cathy Jameson

Vice President Mike Pence

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 

Senator Mitt Romney

All of them took center stage last week with a COVID-19 vaccine.  Quite a few others have put their names and faces out there including this nurse. 

CJ Nurse Tiff
She isn’t a well-known leader or influencer but certainly played a role in the latest COVID19 vaccine public relations campaign.  Caught on camera those watching saw the nurse manager hit the deck several minutes after receiving the vaccine.  

Nurse Tiff passes out

While I appreciate that the news is finally covering all the facts, including that vaccines have serious side effects, I’ll never advocate for the administration of vaccinations to be shown on TV.  What other medical procedure gets broadcasted on live television like vaccines do?  None that I can think of.  I know that airing the event with famous people and front-line workers is all part of the dog and pony show.  Financial backers think it will help reduce vaccine “hesitancy”. 

CJ Morehouse Dean

Vaccine hesitancy certainly exists, but so does not wanting to go to other types of medical appointments.  I know no man who looks forward to a yearly check-up.  I know no woman who excitedly counts down the days for her next breast or pelvic exam.  Can you imagine if we got to see those procedures or other private exams on TV – like Pence’s prostate exam or Pelosi getting a mammogram? 

Ick, right?  So why do big names put themselves in the spotlight when it comes to pharmaceuticals?  Cj Politicians

Parading politicians and actors is nothing new. Neither is boosting ratings with celebrities, like how actor Ian McKellen took center stage when he received the vaccine last week.   

Even though it’s usually the flu shot that gets national attention, we’re seeing the same propaganda and the same pomp and circumstance now with COVID19 vaccines.  Surely it’s a put your money where your mouth is performance, and I’m sure we’ll soon see even more big names on stage in the coming weeks.  I wouldn’t be surprised if daytime television show hosts cheerfully feature their staff and headliner guests getting vaccinated.  I don’t know about you, but I prefer not to have front row seats to any of it.  Of all the vaccines out there, these vaccines worry me the most.  

A reader pointed out recently that when a vaccine reaction occurs from a COVID19 vaccine, as we watched happen with the nurse from Tennessee, they fall under the CICP. Different than the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP), the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) was established under the Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act, also called the PREP Act.  It’s what consumers will turn to when an injury occurs.  “A countermeasure is a vaccination, medication, device, or other item recommended to diagnose, prevent or treat a declared pandemic, epidemic or security threat. On the rare chance you suffered a serious injury, or the death of a loved one, from the administration or use of a covered countermeasure, you may qualify for benefits.” [emphasis mine]

With may being the operative word in that last sentence, I wanted to find more information about this program and process. 

Under the Frequently Asked Questions, #6 states that:

The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness Act (PREP Act) authorizes the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) to provide benefits to certain individuals or estates of individuals who sustain a covered serious physical injury as the direct result of the administration or use of covered countermeasures identified in and administered or used under a PREP Act declaration.  The CICP also may provide benefits to certain survivors of individuals who die as a direct result of the administration or use of such covered countermeasures.

That may be reassuring for some, but keep in mind that an injury table, which specifies injuries eligible for compensation associated with the vaccine, doesn’t exist:

Even though a countermeasure injury table for COVID-19 countermeasures has not been established yet, requesters who demonstrate that their injury occurred as the direct result of the administration or use of a covered countermeasure based on compelling, reliable, valid, medical and scientific evidence, may be eligible for compensation. [emphasis mine]

That said, adverse reactions from vaccines being administered in the United States have been noted. 

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet* for Healthcare Providers reports: adverse reactions following the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine that have been reported in clinical trials include injection site pain, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, chills, joint pain, fever, injection site swelling, injection site redness, nausea, malaise, and lymphadenopathy.  (*not to be confused with the shorter 6-page Fact Sheet created for patients receiving the vaccine:

The Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet** for Healthcare Providers reports: adverse reactions reported in a clinical trial following administration of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine include pain at the injection site, fatigue, headache, myalgia, arthralgia, chills, nausea/vomiting, axillary swelling/tenderness, fever, swelling at the injection site, and erythema at the injection site. (See Full EUA Prescribing Information) (**not to be confused with the even shorter 5-page Fact Sheet for Patients

Time will tell if other reactions are reported and recognized by the CICP.  Time will also tell if those who fall ill from the injury will qualify for benefits.  Those of us who have filed with the VICP on behalf of our children, who were injured by childhood vaccines, know that it’s a very small percent of cases that successfully makes it through the compensation process. 

One more item to note is that EUA acronym in both COVID19 vaccine Fact Sheets.  Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) may be confused by some to mean the same thing as “approved by the FDA”.  When a vaccine is approved by the FDA, the US Food and Drug Administration has determined that the product has followed certain steps and certain standards prior to public distribution.  When a vaccine is stamped with EUA, like both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have been, some standards and protocols may not have been followed.  That was made clear when Moderna skipped the animal studies.  It goes without saying that the process of getting these vaccines to the market skipped other important steps.  With how quickly the vaccines were made available, long-term studies were obviously not conducted.  Documenting responses and reactions of the first recipients could create the chance for long-term studies to be established.  Those who remember to report any problems they experience post vaccination can do so by use the newly created V-safe tool.  Instructions for how to use it are outlined in the Healthcare Provider Fact Sheet: 

Provide the v-safe information sheet to vaccine recipients/caregivers and encourage vaccine recipients to participate in v-safe. V-safe is a new voluntary smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to check in with people who have been vaccinated to identify potential side effects after COVID-19 vaccination. V-safe asks questions that help CDC monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. V-safe also provides second-dose reminders if needed and live telephone follow-up by CDC if participants report a significant health impact following COVID19 vaccination. For more information, visit:

Of course, the healthcare provider is responsible for, and required by law, to report any COVID19 vaccine reactions to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database. In addition to that reporting, they are being asked to respond to inquiries from the FDA, too.  They won’t get a sticker for doing so, but those who receive the newest liability-free vaccines can get one.  Some are calling it a little ‘badge of honor’ to wear and comparing it to the “I Voted” stickers distributed during elections.  Good Luck with Vaccines

I have a better sticker in mind.  Created by author Forrest Maready, it better sums up what I think will be needed as people put all their trust into fast-tracked, minimally tested vaccines.

 Again from the vaccine Fact Sheets:  Although limited scientific information is available, based on the totality of the scientific evidence available to date, it is reasonable to believe that thBanana Stickere Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine may be effective for the prevention of COVID-19 in individuals as specified in the Full EUA Prescribing Information.

It may help.  But it may not.  So good luck.  Really really.

Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism.



John Stone


It will be interesting to see whether Tiffany resurfaces. If she doesn’t it won’t look very good although I guess anyone is entitled to their privacy. Elisa seems to tweet amiably even to this day.

Hans Litten

Tiffany Pontes Dover is the nurse who fainted at Chi, Tennessee.
She appears to be from Higdon Alabama , population 1400
And according to some clever sleuths online, seems to be the same person who has been registered as having died on (with all the same family members).
The only discrepancy is her age which is recorded as 30 but the media said 42. ???

I am still not convinced about the fate of Dr Elisa Granato from Spain at Oxford Univ who got a severe vaccine injury back in March , they say she is alive but something doesnt sit right. ???


Dr. Faust-i, when you tell a lie, tell a REALLY BIG ONE and the little children will believe you!

Dr. Fauci tells children he vaccinated Santa himself at the North Pole

By the way Dr. Faust-i, there is another person in a red suit, but he lives where it's really WARM. Could you visit him and give him a Covax too? You're not racist are you?


Does it say, "Safe and effective" on the big screen behind VP Pence? Because that's not at all what an EUA is. The more times this term of art is used improperly, the more confused the public will be.

I'm not saying that (for example) RotaTeq is safe for everyone or never causes any harm, but "safe and effective" is the FDA standard for licensure, not for emergency use authorization. Offit had more than double the number of people in his RotaTeq trial (75,000) that there were in the Moderna trial (30,000) and nearly double the number in the Pfizer trial (44,000), and he published peer-reviewed papers over a period of years as he worked on RotaTeq. Intussusception has turned out to be an adverse event following RotaTeq administration, so this vaccine, like all others, is (as Congress and the Supreme Court know) unavoidably unsafe. However, it has far more safety and efficacy data behind it than either the Pfizer or the Moderna product.

It is dangerously dishonest for the vice president of the United States to endorse tacitly a lie about the safety and effectiveness of this Pfizer product. Where is Rand Paul? Where are the other folks in Congress who proudly tout their MD status? Hashtag-science, indeed.

That reminds me, Cathy. I can think of one medical procedure done on camera: Carnie Wilson's bariatric surgery. Just like this Pfizer injection photo ops, this was a piece of propaganda/promotion on behalf of a company.

Angus Files

Pass the water shot for Mike please and the real one for ..

Who they kidding?

Pharma For Prison




CDC: 3,150 of First 112,807 Recipients of Pfizer Vaccine Were Left ‘Unable to Perform Daily Activities’

"Of 112,807 vaccine recipients registered in a vaccine-safety surveillance system as of Friday, 3,150 reported symptoms after vaccination that made them unable to perform daily activities or work."

Reporter Alex Berenson takes Pharma to task:
"If the lag is one day, almost 4% of the first 88,000 recipients have had a serious adverse event - AFTER THE FIRST SHOT OF THE PFIZER VACCINE..."
See the rest:


Excellent overview Cathy!
Great for printing out and sharing. Finding out that one might have to foot the vaccine injury bill is a motivator. Could an employer be sued if they required the vaccine and the employee was injured? I don't recall them being listed in the CICP or the PREP Act.

Here's what she said about the vaccine at the beginning of September:

"Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris said that President Donald Trump's word alone on any potential coronavirus vaccine is not enough.

Asked by CNN's Dana Bash in a clip released Saturday whether she would get a vaccine that was approved and distributed before the election, Harris replied, "Well, I think that's going to be an issue for all of us."
"I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about," "
It appears that President Trump will NOT be taking the vaccine any time soon. Democrat House Speaker Pelosi "took" it. WHAT WILL HARRIS DO????????????? She's in a quandary.


Bell’s palsy is one of many neurological conditions often caused by vaccines. These four cases were probably caused by the vaccine. In my second severe attack of MS, I went to a neurologist and he gave me a prescription for oral prednisone. He wouldn’t give me anything for the dizziness so severe and constant that I had to keep my head turned all the way to the right for over a week: if I moved it at all, I vomited. He said the side effects from the drug would be more severe than my extremely severe dizziness and nausea. The left side of my face was numb and paralyzed. He asked a resident to diagnose it and he said Bell’s palsy. All I can say is that it wasn’t painful, wore off after a week or so, as it usually does, and I hadn’t had any vaccine in over fifteen years. It may have been part of a syndrome initially triggered by a vaccine, but which has just gone in permanently.

I’d say Bell’s palsy in itself is not that bad, but may be part of a more extensive and more serious syndrome triggered by a vaccine. Probably it can be triggered by a virus as well.

John Stone


I wrote previously:

“The trial included 44,000, so it was presumably ~22,000 or about 1 in 5,500 of those who received the vaccine. Rates of Bell’s Palsy are given at between 1 and 4 per 10,000 per year according to Wiki but this is a late trial so we are not talking about a whole year. Risk factors include diabetes, respiratory tract infections and pregnancy (presumably these would be exclusions).”

I believe the trial was two months so it does look like the rate was too high to be put down to coincidence. I think off the top of my head that would be about 11 in 10,000 per year.

Gary Ogden

Thanks for this, Cathy. The EUA for both of these unauthorized vaccines is based upon fraud. An EUA may only be granted for a disease for which no effective drug or vaccine exists, but there are three very effective ones that I am aware of: 1. The Zelenko protocol (HCQ+zinc+antibiotic); 2. ivermectin; and 3. budenoside delivered through a nebulizer. Apparently the number of adverse events rises dramatically after the second shot at 21 days after the first, so we shall see. Biden promised us a dark winter. Here I'm keeping my extra-sunny disposition intact.


Beginning to get more information about side effects . . . even though "isn't considered a side effect of the vaccines" -- yeah, right.

"December 17, 2020 -- The FDA issued a staff report on Tuesday that recommends monitoring people who take the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for potential cases of Bell’s palsy, or facial paralysis.

"The condition isn’t considered a side effect of the vaccines, the staff wrote, but they plan to track the data on vaccine recipients to spot any potential cases. -- [ just a coincidence that people happened to develop Bell's palsy or facial paralysis . . . move along, nothing to see here ? ]

"The report said 4 of 30,000 participants in the Moderna clinical trial had Bell’s palsy, including 3 participants who received the vaccine instead of the placebo. Similarly, 4 out of 43,000 participants in the Pfizer clinical trial had Bell’s palsy, and all 4 received the vaccine."

Gerardo Martinez

Good Morning to all! VP Pence, Surgeon General, Pharma Doctor Dr. Gupta from CNN, other celebs having no adverse reactions to the Covid 19 Vaccine- Very Interesting- Just saying. Curious if they really got the actual vaccine. Bunch of funny business with this "life saving shot" going on Fake vaccinations in San Antonio recently where the syringe was already down. Can you blame the health workers- I would never get this shot. CIA and Mr. Fred go ahead and get it-knock yourselves out(it may happen) Seriously if you all want to get it, it is your right as it is my right to say NO! Thank you Ms. Cathy for all your hard work during this crazy 2020 year. Blessings to you and your family.
G. Martinez
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