How JAMA Created a Video on The mRNA Covid Vaccines Filled With False Information

Executive Summary

  • The Journal of the American Medical Association, or JAMA, produced a highly misleading video on the mRNA vaccines.
  • This shows how controlled JAMA is by pharma.


JAMA produced a shocking video where they supported the lies of covid vaccine manufacturers. Analyzing these lies is instructive.

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The Video By JAMA

JAMA produced the following video on the mRNA vaccines.

This video, produced by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), supports the asinine math used by Pfizer and Moderna called relative risk reduction which provider a fake 95 and 94% efficacy.

This video is ridiculous. Below we have analyzed the false claims presented in this JAMA video.

JAMA False Claim #1: The Vaccines Were Measured for Adverse Events

This video falsely claimed that the vaccines were measured for adverse events. Quite the contrary, the FDA never followed up on any adverse events or tracking as is covered in the article How The FDA Did Nothing to Verify the Long Term Safety Of The Covid Vaccines.

JAMA False Claim #2: The Vaccines Protect Against Transmission

This video was uploaded to YouTube in Feb of 2021. As I write this in Feb of 2022, it is now known that the mRNA vaccines do not limit transmission, and this is covered in the article How The Covid Vaccines Do Nothing to Stop The Vaccinated From Getting Or Transmitting Covid. However, at roughly the 2 minute 56-second mark, the video states that the vaccines may protect against transmission. However, the studies did not test for this, which is acknowledged in the video. Yet, the video claims that something the studies did not test for is likely to be true.

This is an excellent time to bring in the Canadian Covid Care Alliance graphics.

The Canadian Covid Care Alliance

The following graphics are from the Canadian Covid Care Alliance.

This graphic shows the bizarre logic used by Pfizer to test for covid. Pfizer specifically did not measure the middle group for covid, and they ran precisely 170 (162 + 8) PRC tests. Finally, what JAMA proposed was probably true and looked “promising” ended up being wholly falsified as time passed. By Feb 2022, health authorities eventually had to admit that the vaccines do not stop or even limit transmission. 

And there is another problem with this, which I cover in the article Understanding the PCR Test and How There Was Never a Reliable Test for Covid, which is that Pfizer (and all testing facilities globally) are using an unreliable test for covid that cannot differentiate between covid that is alive or dead, or covid or influenza or covid or the common cold.

JAMA False Claim #3: The Vaccines Had 2 Months of Phase III Trials

The claim made at the 5 minute, 24-second mark is that there were 2 months of data available for the phase III trial participants. First, the JAMA video did not explain how atypical that is, as the placebo group was lost after 2 months.

This is described in the following graphic.

This graphic shows that the placebo group was removed, which begs why the study was unblinded early.