Influenza “vaccines” were first introduced in 1980, over 40 years ago. Since then, however, the rates of infection and death from influenza are about the same as they were back in 1960.
The following image shows flu shot uptake between 1980 and today, as provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
The next image shows monthly influenza mortality counts between 1959 and 2016:
Despite a massive rise in flu shot uptake over the past 40 years, the same number of people are dying every month from the flu, almost as if the shots are doing absolutely nothing to stop the virus. “We went from 12 million flu shots in 1980 to almost 200 million in 2020,” writes Alex Berenson on his Substack, adding that nothing has changed as far as flu deaths during that time.
“There is absolutely no relationship between the number of flu ‘vaccines’ we give and deaths from influenza,” Berenson writes.
What is not shown on the second chart is the number of flu deaths in 2017 and 2018. It turns out more people died from the flu during that season than perhaps ever, including during the 1968 Hong Kong flu outbreak. The New York Times even reported that 80,000 Americans of flu died during the winter of 2017-18, which it said was the “highest toll in years.”
What this all proves, of course, is that flu shots are just as useless as Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” at “saving lives.” Both injections are also dangerous and come with the risk of serious side effects, though covid injections seem to be far worse. “Instead of asking if the reason people didn’t want to get jabbed was that the shots manifestly DID NOT WORK, the authorities simply looked for ways to encourage or force people to take them,” Berenson further explains.
It’s almost as if what’s in these shots was never meant to be injected into human beings.