The total lack of any safety data provides no reassurance whatsoever about use of mRNA vaccines during pregnancy
Have you ever wondered how come we haven't heard about how the pregnancies turned out in "Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons"? Well, there's a reason we haven't.
The pregnancy data for the COVID vaccines shows that the CDC made a terrible mistake in recommending the shot. That’s why they aren’t publishing the final data.
This is consistent with what we learned months ago from an IVF clinic whistleblower.
Remember the famous Shimabukuro paper “proving” the vaccines are perfectly safe to give to pregnant women?
Well, it never proved that at all, and, after a lot of work, a correction was issued making that clear.
Basically, the result was in effect, “it was too early to make any conclusions.”
But that was then, and now is now. It’s been over a year since the paper was published. All the data is in now. We know the results of the study.
Are you ready???
Drum roll please….
The results are …. nobody said anything!
So, it got me thinking, if the vaccine is perfectly safe and effective for pregnant women, why wouldn’t they publish the data? They would be shouting it from the rooftops!
But all we hear are the sounds of silence.
It’s almost like the data was too devastating to publish, isn’t it?
I will update this article if I learn more.
In the meantime, don’t hold your breath.
I’m in green card process and they added covid to list of mandatory vaccine. We have till august to submit medical. I don’t know what to do. I can’t give this to my kids but also can’t pay the $930 per person to get an exemption.
Steve. I was talking to my friend yesterday. Her daughter had to go get special test because she is pregnant. 36. Considered at risk I guess. Used to be 40 and over were at risk but whatever. Her daughter is all vaxxed up. All JW’s are because they were persuaded to do the right thing by their religious leaders. Anyways. Her daughter found out she has this rare problem with her umbilical cord. Not enough gel in it or something weird. I guess like 4% of pregnancies have it. She will have to be watched. Of course very concerning. All I could think was. Vaccines!, I just can’t help myself. But one will never know. That’s the beauty of these vaccines. No data. No way to tell. Sad sad sad.