There must be more to this than has been announced by the CDC.
It simply cannot be possible that the government bureau responsible for leading the nation through this unprecedented catastrophe because 6 people became ill, one dying, out of almost 7,000,000 people who received the J&J vaccine. How many people out of 7 million random individuals fall ill with similar blood clot issues? Based on no evidence my guess is more than 6.
I think this a obvious case of bureaucratic cover you ass. The decision makers know that if there is a serious side effect from the vaccine, and they do not react, the damage to their careers will be far greater than allowing the vaccinations to continue. The lives lost by delaying vaccinations will be forgotten in the everyday death list, while any deaths from the vaccine will be headlines with each occurrence.
If the CDC has released all they know they should issue an advisory reporting the number and severity of the cases among a tiny few of the 7 million vaccine recipients. They should say that they are closely studying to find out if there is any commonality among those affected. They should say the warning will be given to all people who want to take the vaccine and that those with concerns can wait the results of further analysis.
But they should be clear that the chance that if you will suffer a similar illness is less than the chance that you will be struck by lightning. To not give the potential recipients of the vaccine the opportunity to exercise their own evaluation of the risk after they have been fully informed is medical malpractice.
Right now, to cover the criticism, the CDC and their mouthpieces in the media, are saying that the J&J vaccine can be replaced by the supply of the other two vaccines. But no one can say that some people will not be vaccinated as soon as they otherwise would have been.
That means death to many times more than the one who has died so far.