A recent document released under court order reveals that 44% of pregnant women participating in Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine trial suffered miscarriages.
Dr. Naomi wolf nearly broke down into tears discussing the matter as the FDA was presented with this data nearly a year and a half ago, and instead of doing their job and raising the alarm, they buried their heads in the sand and said, “Go get your vaccine, expecting mothers.”
“Over a year ago, the FDA received this report that out of 50 pregnant women, 22 of them lost their babies, and they did not say anything. Thus the FDA was aware of the horrifying rate of fetal death by the start of April 2021 and were silent.”
And we’re seeing such negative effects in the real world. Dr. Wolf continues.
“If you extrapolate, globally, to all the pregnant women who are injected, it could explain what we’re seeing now of a baby die-off. 200% rise in neonatal deaths or spontaneous abortions and miscarriages in Scotland. 86 babies died in Ontario when they usually have five or six [per quarter], and in Israel, a 34% rise of spontaneous abortions and miscarriages to vaccine.”
And what may be most disgusting of all is what Pfizer did to brush these miscarriages to the side.
They recategorized them as being ‘resolved’ or ‘recovered’ adverse events to imply they’re akin to a problem, like a headache, and now that problem has gone away.
“Pfizer notes the miscarriages as serious adverse events with moderate or severe toxicity ratings. However, all of them were recategorized, by Pfizer, in the internal documents under the category of adverse events that were ‘recovered’ or ‘resolved.’
Like you had a problem when you had a baby. When you lost the baby, you recovered from that problem. It resolved the adverse event; the negative thing. The miscarriage is in the same category as a headache that went away. If you lost your baby, Pfizer said, ‘Your adverse event was recovered or resolved.'”
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