As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to release, under court order, the roughly 450,000 pages of documents related to Pfizer’s COVID vaccine data, a silent war on natality emerges.
One of those nearly half-a-million pages is examined by medical doctor Pierre Kory in his Aug. 20 Substack article, “Massive Miscarriage Rates Among Vaccinated Pregnant Women Found Buried In The Pfizer Data.” The document on which Kory focuses shows data on 270 pregnancies of vaccinated women (post FDA authorization), but the final pregnancy outcomes are known for only 32 of them. Twenty-eight of those ended in death for the baby: 25 miscarriages, two premature births with neonatal death, and one spontaneous abortion with neonatal death. Among the 32 known outcomes, only one normal birth was reported.
Although the outcomes for the other 238 pregnancies are not known, the report shows that in 124 of the 270 pregnancies (46 percent), there were adverse clinical events after vaccination, 75 of which (28 percent) were considered “serious,” including the aforementioned 28 miscarriages.
One would think that data like these would be of interest to the FDA—an agency charged with protecting the health of Americans—and that, at the very least, such numbers would lead the FDA’s sister agency, the CDC, to withdraw official statements, like “COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy is safe and effective” and “There is currently no evidence that any vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, cause fertility problems in women.” But such withdrawals have not happened.
Even better, of course, would be for the FDA to grow a pair of protective instincts and suspend authorization of the Pfizer (i.e., the BioNTech) injection, at least for pregnant women, until more research can prove unequivocally that these women and their babies are not at dramatically increased risk when they get Pfizerized.
This lack of research is noted in an Aug. 29 video by Naomi Wolf of Daily Clout website, which tracks the findings of volunteer researchers who have undertaken the task of examining the Pfizer documents. Wolf explains that pregnant women were actually excluded from Pfizer’s pre-authorization trials and that the company used a French study of 44 pregnant mice as justification for the safety and efficacy of the injection for pregnant women.
It is possible, of course, that the FDA never even read some of these documents that are coming out. Who could blame them, considering the sheer volume of Pfizer material in their possession? When the nonprofit group, Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, made a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to see all 450,000 pages, the FDA responded by saying that, since FOIA requests take eight minutes per page to process, the agency would be able to release only 500 pages per month, so the total project would take 75 years. This delay tactic was thwarted when U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman concluded that the FOIA request was “of paramount public importance” and ordered the FDA to release the documents at a rate of 55,000 pages per month.
But let’s think about the FDA’s initial response to the request—the argument that it would take them eight minutes of processing per page and that they could get through only 500 pages per month at that pace. What does that tell us about the FDA’s ability to thoroughly review the enormous data dumps they get from Big Pharma? If it would take 75 years merely to process this FOIA request, how long would it take to actually read every page, understand the data, analyze them, and ensure the safety of an experimental drug therapy? A hundred years? A thousand?
In retrospect, there is no excuse for the FDA not to have been on the alert to problems with pregnancies, post vaccination. An internal advisory document from October 2020, before the vaccine was authorized, lists “pregnancy and birth outcomes” as a potential adverse event. And the CDC’s own Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) shows, through Aug. 26, 3,380 spontaneous abortions among pregnant mothers after receiving one of the COVID-19 vaccines. To put that in perspective, in the prior 30 years of the VAERS existence, all other vaccines combined have produced reports of only 1,105 spontaneous abortions. In other words, the COVID-19 vaccine has triggered reports of roughly three times the miscarriages of all other vaccines combined, and it has done so in 1/18 the time.
But it gets worse. A 2010 study conducted for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services found that adverse reactions to vaccines were “common, but underreported” and that 1 percent or fewer of these reactions were actually entered into the VAERS system. If that percentage holds true today, then 3,380 spontaneous abortions, reportedly due to the COVID-19 vaccines, balloons to 338,000 or more. Regardless of the actual number of miscarriages, the point is obvious: these vaccines are not perfectly safe for pregnant mothers and their babies, as the CDC alleges and the FDA implies by way of its unaltered authorization of the vaccines.
If there were a drug-laundering operation between Big Pharma and Big Gov, there would have to be some way to get scary trial and early-observation data through the authorization process. Burying the devil in 450,000 details while screaming “Emergency!” might just do the trick. Big Pharma would be off the hook because it delivered the required data. Big Gov would be off the hook because it had to act with emergency speed. Left on the hook would be those who took the laundered drugs, made “clean” by the government laundromat. Never mind that the so-called emergency has ended and that the live human trials commencing with the vaccine rollouts indicate a great fraud unfolding.