Skip to main content
We may receive compensation from affiliate partners for some links on this site. Read our full Disclosure here.

AstraZeneca FINALLY Admits COVID Jab Causes Blood Clots

Right. So when are the trials and executions, then?

AstraZeneca admitted in court that their “vaccine” called Covishield, had a “rare” side effect of blood clotting.

And with this admission came the the opportunity for a floodgate of lawsuits, as well as helping to wake up even more normies. It may be time to take down AstraZeneca once and for all.

So what did AZ do to protect themselves against this (as if they knew this day was coming) well, they made a deal with the UK government, of course, during the pandemic to indemnify themselves against any lawsuits.

Pretty sneaky, eh?

Looks like taxpayers will be stuck with the bill when it comes time to payout…

So they think.

I have a feeling that their little trick didn’t protect them as well as they think.

New York Post reports:

AstraZeneca has admitted that its COVID-19 vaccine could cause a rare but deadly blood-clotting condition, potentially exposing the UK pharmaceutical giant to tens of millions in lawsuits brought by loved ones of those injured or killed as a result of the jab, according to court documents.

Lawyers representing “dozens” of class-action claimants say some of their clients’ cases could be worth as much as $25 million, calling the Cambridge-headquartered pharma firm’s vaccine “a defective product,” according to the Daily Mail.

AstraZeneca, which is contesting the claims, acknowledged in a February legal document that its vaccine can “in very rare cases” cause a condition called thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome, or TTS.

TTS can cause patients to suffer blood clots as well as a low blood platelet count, which in some cases have seriously harmed or even killed recipients of the company’s vaccine.

The potential complication was listed as a possible side effect from the time of the vaccine’s release, but AstraZeneca’s acknowledgment in February marks the first time the pharmaceutical titan has admitted it in court, according to the Telegraph.

So far, 51 cases have been filed in London’s High Court, estimated to be worth around $125 million total, the outlet writes.

Due to a bargain AstraZeneca struck with the UK government at the height of the pandemic to indemnify the drugmaker against potential lawsuits, taxpayers will be on the hook for any payouts resulting from the claims.

One of the claimants who filed suit is Jamie Scott, an IT engineer and father of two left with a permanent brain injury resulting from a blood clot after he received the vaccine in April 2021.

His wife, Kate, told the outlet she’s hopeful the company’s admission will accelerate the outcome of their case.

“We need an apology, fair compensation for our family and other families who have been affected. We have the truth on our side, and we are not going to give up.”

In a statement, AstraZeneca expressed sympathy for anyone who was allegedly harmed by the vaccine, but defended it as a net positive and pointed out that complications are exceedingly rare.

“Patient safety is our highest priority, and regulatory authorities have clear and stringent standards to ensure the safe use of all medicines, including vaccines,” the statement reads in part.

Now they need to cough up the money.

And these companies shouldn’t stop paying out until their bank account reaches: $0.00


Join the conversation!

Please share your thoughts about this article below. We value your opinions, and would love to see you add to the discussion!

Leave a comment
Thanks for sharing!