Fauci Ignored Early Reports of Vaccine Injuries, Emails Reveal | 7 May 2024 | Dr. Anthony Fauci knew COVID-19 vaccines were causing serious injuries within days of the vaccines' rollout in December 2020, according to documents obtained by Children's Health Defense (CHD). However, he didn't respond to emails from people who described their injuries and asked for help - and he didn't warn the public. The 300-page tranche of documents released on April 21 relates to correspondence between the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and people who contacted the agency about adverse events they experienced after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. CHD requested the documents via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in November 2022. On April 12, 2023, CHD sued the NIH to obtain the records after the NIH failed to respond to the FOIA request. As part of an October 2023 settlement, the NIH agreed to produce up to 7,500 pages of documents at a rate of 300 per month. This month's documents reveal that at least one vaccine-injured individual attempted to contact Fauci directly by email as early as Dec. 27, 2020.

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