82% miscarriages from Pfizer & Moderna vaccines

“WALTHAM, Massachusetts, June 30, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — A medical journal discovered that 82% of women who took an mRNA vaccine in the first 20 weeks of pregnancy had a miscarriage — and then it then buried the data. In mid-June the New England Journal of Medicine published a study called “Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons” by Tom T. Shimabukuro and others from the Center of Disease Control’s “v-safe COVID-10 Pregnancy Registry Team.” The team wrote that there were “no obvious safety signals among pregnant [women] who received Covid-19 vaccines” even though it published a table which showed that 82% of women in the study who were injected with either the Pfizer or the Moderna vaccine during early pregnancy lost their babies. More prominent in their study was a claim that only 13.9% of all “completed pregnancies” had ended in miscarriage — but this figure included the women who were not vaccinated until they were in the second half of their pregnancies.”

[For the link and the rest of the scientific article, just google some of this text. I’m still struggling with pneumonia and I put bits and pieces of important articles into draft posts while flat on my back in bed. It is what it is. But just to say, these are not just miscarriages. These are the precise result of killing babies so as to research, develop and test the very vaccines that are causing more death. How very demonic.]


Filed under Coronavirus, Pro-Life

4 responses to “82% miscarriages from Pfizer & Moderna vaccines

  1. Joisy Goil

    How horrible. It’s amazing that this kind of info can be hidden.
    You are 100% right! This is demonic. I thought so when it succeeded in closing almost all our churches.

    I don’t want to open a can of worms here but as a kid I was taught when the going gets tough – that is when you drop all the nonsense and turn to God.

    I used this analogy years ago when I was trying to persuade my pastor to hand out blessed rosaries to the congregation. I thought the blessing would eventually bring much good. He resisted. I said well what if we passed out used Kleenex to everyone. He was repulsed. But I was trying to make a point and persisted – ‘why not Father?’
    “EVERYONE WOULD GET SICK.” he exploded.

    “Ah so you think evil is stronger than good?” – I won the argument and we passed blessed rosaries to anyone who wanted one. (it was the Holy Spirit who inspired this I am certain of it)

    God bless you Fr. George, continued prayers for your recovery.

  2. elizdelphi

    I went to LifeSite and there is an update on this article: “Update July 1, 2021: This article has been temporarily pulled for further review, so LifeSite can make adjustments and provide additional clarification regarding the data. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding and patience as we seek to maintain accurate and honest reporting.” https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/huge-red-flag-medical-researchers-bury-data-showing-82-miscarriage-rate-in-vaccinated-women

    This is one of the things I appreciate about LifeSite, they do try to get it right. I was surprised a while back to be told (by his elderly mom) that a man I know is now working for LifeSite as a writer, sure enough he has a by-line almost every day and I couldn’t believe I never noticed it was him. He is very intelligent and faithful and has a very good theological education as he went all the way through seminary but just prior to deaconal ordination he discerned out. He didn’t write that particular article but knowing this person strengthens LifeSite’s credibility in my eyes. Definitely not someone who would be trying to write misinformation, but someone who is smart and would want to get at the truth.

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