Financial analyst and data expert Edward Dowd said a new U.S. Department of Labor disability survey shows employed men and women ages 16-64 reported record harms since February 2021, with women suffering an unprecedented 55 percent increase in disabilities.
by Mike Capuzzo | The Defender
This article was originally published by The Defender—Children’s Health Defense’s News & Views Website on January 2, 2024.
Since February 2021, more than 1 million working U.S. women ages 16-64 have told the U.S. Department of Labor they are disabled, according to a new government report.
Doctors and scientists who spoke with The Defender attributed the unprecedented 55% increase in disabilities to the rollout of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains the vaccines are safe and effective and recommends them for everyone age 6 months and older.
But according to former BlackRock fund manager Edward Dowd, the rise in disability claims represents an ongoing silent catastrophe—one that public health officials and major media are ignoring.
Dowd, the first to report the historic rise in excess U.S. deaths and disabilities in his book, “‘Cause Unknown’: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 and 2022,” continues to harvest data overlooked by mainstream media. He issues statistics-rich reports on everything from excess mortality and fertility to U.S. and U.K. disabilities, reported the new U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics monthly disability survey results last month on X (formerly Twitter).
The Department of Labor survey data was issued in graph form by FRED, the acronym for Federal Reserve Economic Data, an online database of hundreds of thousands of interactive data series maintained by the Research Division at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
The monthly report is a survey of respondents self-identifying as disabled and not a claim for disability and monetary compensation, Dowd said.
But the government’s disability survey is an important statistical window into U.S. public health that is tragically predictive of excess deaths, Dowd said. “Morbidity leads to mortality,” he said.
“The data is confirmation that the trend of rising U.S. disability as measured by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is not abating,” Dowd told The Defender.
“The rise began in earnest in February of 2021, and we have added about 4 million Americans since the vaccination rollout,” he said. “The civilian labor force, employed men and employed women have had a steeper rise than the general population. Unless this issue is addressed it will compromise the labor force over time.”
Dr. James Thorp, a Florida obstetrician and gynecologist who documented catastrophic harm to mothers and children from the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, said he was outraged by the unrelenting health damage to all segments of the U.S. population and the greater victimization of women in the wake of the vaccine rollout.
He pointed to the Pfizer 5.3.6 post-marketing data, part of the 450,000 pages of Pfizer’s internal reports on mRNA vaccine damage in the first 10 weeks of rollout, Dec. 14, 2020, to Feb. 28, 2021.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) tried to keep the Pfizer documents from the public for 75 years, but a judge ordered their release.
Table 1 of the Pfizer report shows the cumulative total of “adverse event reports” and “presents the main characteristics of the overall cases.” It shows that of 42,086 “relevant cases” of adverse events after being injected with Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine, 1,223 people—2.9%—died.
The table also shows that Pfizer reported adverse events, including deaths, in 29,914 women and 9,182 men—a rate of harm 3 times greater for women, Thorp said. He blames the disparity partly on the tendency of women to make a family’s health decisions and the likelihood that women rushed out to get the vaccine before persuading men to do so.
Pfizer’s adverse events record also showed the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine caused injuries at a rate, relative to deaths, far beyond those caused by diseases, with an astonishing “injure-to-kill ratio” of 34.4 to 1, Thorp said.
Thorp, a disabled veteran honorably discharged from the U.S. Air Force, said he believes such a dramatic ratio of injuries to deaths is unheard of in the histories of modern warfare or medicine, where typically the ratio of injuries to deaths caused by COVID-19 and other diseases hovers around 3 to 1.
The COVID-19 mRNA vaccines are “the deadliest vaccine-medicine-drug ever rolled out in the history of medicine,” he said.
Asked what disabilities are most common according to the Pfizer reports Thorp said, “We don’t have time for that. More than 1,500 types of injuries” are cataloged in the Pfizer documents, he said.
Amy Kelly, DailyClout chief operating officer and program director for the War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Project, said the new disability data offers more clues to the “disappearance of American workers.”
“Even if a working-aged person isn’t vaccine-injured, what if she or he has a vaccine-injured loved one and needs to leave the workforce to be a caregiver?” Kelly asked.
“It’s hard to even fathom the potential scope given the percentage of U.S. citizens who have been COVID vaccinated and boosted.”
The key findings from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data, according to Dowd:
- More than 1 million working women in the U.S., ages 16-64, have become disabled since the rollout of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, the data indicates. Employed women in the U.S. who tell the Labor Department they are disabled rose an unprecedented 55% from 2.1 million women in February 2021, when Dowd first spotted the trend, to 3.2 million women in November 2023.
- Employed men and women ages 16-64 suffered a greater rise in disabilities than the general population ages since the widespread mandating of the mRNA vaccines — an unprecedented reversal of industry-wide insurance data that insurance experts cannot explain, as employed Americans have historically been the healthiest segment of the population. Dowd said the evidence strongly suggests the reversal was caused by nationwide vaccine mandates for working people.
- Approximately 299,000 more Americans ages 16 and over, employed or not, said they were disabled in November, while some 199,000 more Americans ages 16 and over in the civilian labor force told the Labor Department they had a disability.
- “The bad news is that it appears the breakout in June for the U.S. population 16 and over is holding,” Dowd said. In February 2021, when Dowd first noticed the rapid escalation of disability data, 5,961 Americans ages 16 and over said they had a disability. The number increased to the August high of 8,477 respondents reporting a disability — a 42% jump. The number dropped 1% in November, but the trend of an unprecedented leap in disabilities is holding, Dowd said.
Americans are getting sicker at unheard-of rates and the sick are dying at unheard-of rates, Dowd said. In an earlier study covering February 2021 to December 2022, Dowd found “an increase of about 1,400,000 disabilities in the civilian labor force aged 16-64, while there were about 300,000 excess deaths (for the 25-64 age group), during that period.”
Dowd said he expects the record disability numbers in November for employed women, and the continuing massive increase in disability for employed men, to translate to continuing record U.S. deaths for the 25-64 employed cohorts. He also expects the data will show a strong correlation between disabilities, deaths and mRNA COVID-19 vaccine updates.
Using Labor Department disability statistics, CDC vaccination data, and United Nations population estimates for the period February 2021 — December 2022, Dowd found “clear evidence of a strong relationship between the Covid-19 vaccination rollout and increases in disability rates.”
“We must always consider other external factors that might explain the rise in disabilities, and which are also correlated to the vaccination data,” Dowd said. “This is usually stated as ‘correlation is not causation.’”
“However, in the absence of other explanatory factors, and strong medical evidence of the vaccines causing injuries and deaths, one must consider the relationship seriously,” he said.
Kelly said the U.S. is witnessing “just the beginning of the vaccine fallout. Babies, toddlers, and children have now been vaccinated and boosted. I got an email today from a woman whose doctor pushed her to get vaccinated when she was four months pregnant. She miscarried that baby and has since had two more miscarriages. Sadly, I receive emails similar to that all the time.”
Dowd said he remains hopeful. “Insurance companies are seeing a rise in long-term disability claims,” he said. “That will come out over time. The establishment is spinning nonsense at this point.”
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