The [‘Canaadian crash study’] authors are not mincing words: they found that UNvaccinated people are MORE likely to have car crashes. Based on this statistical finding, they urge people to vaccinate to avoid car crashes!
Guess who is more likely to get into a car crash? That’s right, the person who drives to work daily, as opposed to a remote worker.
The Unvaccinated Could not Take Trains or Fly in Canada
So they had to drive more.
Oh, one more thing…
Turns out that people over 65, who do NOT drive to work, are the ONLY group where vaccination leads to a slightly higher chance of car crashes for the vaccinated (without reaching statistical significance).
This outcome is the OPPOSITE of what happened to employed people:
So we can see that the conclusion that “unvaccinated people are more likely to be hurt in crashes” is explained by the fact that “essential workers” who drive to work were the ones choosing not to get vaccinated!
So… It is not the COVID vaccine that reduces the chances of having a crash. It is a fact that staying home with warm coffee and a laptop is safer than commuting to work or driving a truck. The effect does NOT exist in old people who do not work.Igor Chudov
Professor Norman Fenton: “A Study In Stupidity“
- 1Caveat: this is little more than an ad homenim piece, but does highlight a tendency toward bias among the study group.