I’m sorry Kevin [Loughrey], but garnering votes by instilling fear in the general population won’t get you mine.
The increased death rate you refer to could also be the result of two years of excessive stressful thinking by many Australians. It’s our thinking in the moment that causes feelings (and their side effects) in the body.
To give you a direct example, one only has to think about sucking a lemon to experience the mind-body connection. The reaction in our body doesn’t come directly from a lemon, but by simply thinking about a lemon. Excess mortality could be an unintended consequence of repetitive, stressful thoughts, not the vaccine.
There’s a difference between correlation and causation. Another example: just because umbrellas go up when it rains, doesn’t mean umbrellas cause rain.
So, until there is peer-reviewed research into your claim, I suggest you cease the fearmongering, and instead supply solid examples of the positive difference a vote for you will make.
The calls for inquiries abound in parliaments across the world. In fact the greens just blocked an inquiry in Senate without giving a reason. Makes you wonder what they know.