Canadian Conservative MP Stephen Ellis made a bold move last week when he challenged the government's strict COVID-19 narrative and urged Parliament to start talking about the COVID vaccines' adverse side effects.
Speaking on the House of Commons floor Friday, the deputy shadow health minister of the Conservative Party cited the case of Stephen MacDougall, an athlete who died a year ago at the age of 45 after receiving the vaccine.
“Speaking as a parliamentarian, a physician who worked on a COVID-19 unit, and a Canadian, I believe we have a responsibility to understand the adverse events related to this new group of vaccinations,” said Ellis. “We need to understand the data as it pertains to Canada, the world, and short- and long-term safety.”
The Nova Scotia native said that with 11.5 billion doses administered, there should be enough data to begin studying the vaccine’s adverse events.
Ellis stated that the data should be analyzed and presented to Canadians so that they can choose whether to get the injections.
“The data needs to be properly analyzed so we can present this scientific information to Canadians to enable them to make informed choices and give informed consent going forward,” he said.
As of April 29, 2022, there have been a total of 45,111 adverse events reported. But some have accused the government of masking adverse events as “long COVID”, only to demand more vaccinations to “protect” against it.
"We probably anticipate that the impact of long COVID is going to be quite substantial,” said Canada Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam last week. “There’s a huge range of syptoms that people are trying to understand – there's over 100 of them.”
Tam also admitted that data are “scant”, but still pushed vaccines.
Ontario Party Leader Derek Sloan was suspended from Twitter after accusing Tam of “re-branding” the vaccine’s adverse effects.
“Their next move will be to rebrand the symptoms of COVID vaccine injury as ‘long COVID’,” Sloan tweeted. “The cure for ‘long COVID’ will be more vaccine boosters, which create more ‘long COVID.’ Public health isn’t on your side.”
Notably, although the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently limited its authorization for the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine due to reports of blood clots - a hallmark side effect of the vaccines - Tam has said that there have been no reports of such blood clots.