By Greg Piper, Just the News
The CDC’s explanation for leaving certain diagnosis codes off Minnesota death certificates that cite COVID-19 vaccines as a cause of death, allegedly hiding vaccine injuries in federal records, shows “intent to deceive,” according to a person who helped analyze the death certificates for the Brownstone Institute, a think tank that challenges the scientific basis for COVID conventional wisdom and policy.
John Beaudoin Sr., who is suing Massachusetts for submitting “fraudulent” death certificates to the feds falsely labeling COVID as a cause of death, says CDC spokesperson Kristen Nordlund’s comments on the matter to Just the News will be incorporated in an “affidavit to petition for a grand jury investigation of the CDC” in its home of Georgia.
Beaudoin’s law school expelled him for refusing its vaccine mandate, which he says was based on federal COVID guidance devised in part from Massachusetts death certificate data.
The suit includes a 123-page exhibit analyzing death certificates Beaudoin claims either wrongly omit vaccine-induced deaths or falsely attribute them to COVID. And in May he requested a hearing in response to the state’s motion to dismiss his January amended complaint. His website includes legal filings.
The Minnesota analysis is part of three years of questions about the reliability and integrity of federal and state governments’ COVID-related statistics.
The New York Times found up to 90% of COVID-positive tests officially recorded in Massachusetts, New York and Nevada in summer 2020 were based on SARS-CoV-2 viral loads too small to be infectious.
Oregon lawmakers similarly sought a federal grand jury investigation into COVID statistical manipulation nearly two years ago, claiming the Center for Disease Control and Prevention employed a “double-standard exclusively for COVID-19 data collection” that inflated cases and deaths starting early in the pandemic.
One of them told Just the News that Beaudoin is assisting their efforts, which are now pending before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. “I think this type of fraud is extended across all boundaries, all states,” Oregon state GOP Sen. Dennis Linthicum said.
“Vaccination is not a disease or cause of death, so simple mention of the vaccine or vaccination without mention of adverse effects will not get coded” on the death certificates cited in Brownstone’s analysis, Nordlund wrote in an email.
“COVID-19 vaccines are undergoing the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history,” she said. “To date, CDC has not detected any unusual or unexpected patterns for deaths following immunization that would indicate that COVID vaccines are causing or contributing to deaths, outside of the nine confirmed TTS [thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome] deaths following the Janssen [Johnson & Johnson] vaccine.”
Nordlund’s claims “do not comport with truth, which can be shown by the Massachusetts data,” Beaudoin said. “She trapped herself.”
The CDC is “essentially trying to claim that a coroner who writes ‘covid vaccine 8 hours before death'” in the cause field “means to convey that the vaccine had no side effects and *definitely* did not contribute to the death in any way,” Aaron Hertzberg, who collaborated with Beaudoin and wrote the Brownstone analysis, wrote in an email. “The absurdity of such a position is self-evident.”