The Swine flu vaccine was pulled from the market in 1976 after showing a 1 in 100,000 risks of Guillain-Barré syndrome. Rotavirus Vaccine was pulled in 1999 after showing a 1 in 10,000 risks of bowel obstruction.

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The COVID jabs, which have an adverse reaction rate of approximately 1 in 800, are still on the market despite previous vaccines with much lower rates of health issues being halted, noted UK cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra.

In a resurfaced clip from October 2022 circulating on social media, Malhotra joined GB News to pose the question: why is the COVID jab still on the market despite having a much higher rate of adverse reactions than previous vaccines?

“We need to ask people like [England Chief Medical Officer] Chris Whitty and the MHRA [Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency] why when we’ve got a serious adverse event rate, which is probably in the range of at least 1 in 800 to 1 in 1,000, why is it not being pulled?” he asked.

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“Swine flu vaccine in 1976 was pulled because it caused Guillain-Barré syndrome in 1 in 100,000,” he continued. “Rotavirus vaccine was pulled in 1999 because it caused a form of bowel obstruction in 1 in 10,000.”

“We’re talking about serious adverse events of 1 in 800,” he added.

Malhotra has since appeared on Fox News to call for pharmaceutical companies that manufactured the experimental COVID shot to compensate patients who’ve suffered injuries from the jab.

“We’re dealing with one of the poorest efficacious pharmacological interventions with the worst safety profile which has become the most profitable in the history of medicine,” Dr. Malhotra said.

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