DailyClout COO Amy Kelly: We Need Your Help
Greetings DailyClout Supporters,
I am Amy Kelly, COO of DailyClout and the Program Director of the Pfizer Documents Analysis Project. I want to update you on what many have called the Pulitzer-Prize-level journalism that our team has been doing. I also want to ask you for your help.
Your generous support has made it possible for DailyClout to facilitate 3250 highly-skilled volunteers reviewing and reporting on the 1,875 Pfizer ages 16+ clinical trial documents – approximately 450,000 pages total – released to date by the FDA. The WarRoom/DailyClout medical and scientific research volunteers produced 89 reports, available for free, containing crucial information from those documents.
Recently, the FDA produced 101 Pfizer adolescent (ages 12-15) clinical trial documents and 46 Moderna clinical trial documents. By the end of 2025, approximately four million new pages of ‘Pfizer 12-15’ and Moderna documents will be available. Only with your ongoing financial support, will DailyClout be able to ensure analysis of these important documents so that the public stays informed about the truths in them ⸺ the truths that pharmaceutical companies and the FDA want to hide.
This week, DailyClout published a bombshell report, “War Room/DailyClout Researchers Find Pfizer Delayed Recording Vaccinated Deaths at Critical Juncture of EUA Process. Improper Delays in Reporting Deaths in the Vaccinated Led FDA to Misstate Vaccine’s Effectiveness, Influenced EUA Grant Decision.” This report highlights how, if Pfizer had submitted all available clinical trial death data to the FDA when the company applied for emergency use authorization (EUA) for its COVID vaccine, the data would have shown no positive impact from the vaccine on the number of deaths. Our locating that information among the hundreds of thousands of pages of documents was difficult and time-consuming. Yet, the volunteers worked tirelessly to prove that incriminating fact so that, for the first time and only at DailyClout, the truth that the FDA granted Pfizer’s EUA based on inaccurate data is now publicly available.
We are having an impact nationally and internationally. DailyClout representatives recently met with Congressman Thomas Massie’s staff to discuss our work. Additionally, a War Room/DailyClout volunteer who is a medical doctor met with members of the Australian Parliament to discuss the vaccines’ impacts on excess mortality in Australia. A team of DailyClout volunteers – Corinne Michels, PhD; Daniel Perrier, Jeyanthi Kunadhasan, MD; Ed Clark, MSE; Joseph Gehrett, MD; Barbara Gehrett, MD; Kim Kwiatek, MD; Sarah Adams, Robert Chandler, MD; Leah Stagno, Tony Damian, Erika Delph, and Chris Flowers, MD – published a high-profile, scientific paper, “Forensic Analysis of the 38 Subject Deaths in the 6-Month Interim Report of the Pfizer/BioNTech BNT162b2 mRNA Vaccine Clinical Trial,” in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research. Notably, this is the first study of original data from the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID vaccine clinical trial to be carried out by a group unaffiliated with Pfizer/BioNTech. In December, DailyClout team members will meet with two members of the European Parliament (MEPs), at their request.
Our tiny team is on a relentless mission to bring the facts from primary source Pfizer and Moderna documents and from alarming Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) CDC and HHS email productions, to the public, as well as to those in power who can take positive action based on the facts we reveal.
But this fight is only possible with your continued financial support. We have made progress towards our donation goal and greatly appreciate the donations received. However, we urgently still need to raise $75,000 to have the resources to pay operating costs and continue our groundbreaking work. Please financially support DailyClout today.
As you plan your end-of-year giving, too, please mark your calendar for Giving Tuesday on November 28th, and consider making a generous gift to DailyClout if the work we are doing is having a positive impact on your life and the lives of those you love.
Thank you for your continued support as we work to bring you information and resources that cannot be found elsewhere.