Nearly half of all women who participated in Pfizer’s mRNA COVID-19 vaccine trial suffered miscarriages, the drug company admitted under court order recently. According to Pfizer’s own documents, 22 out of 50 pregnant women studied lost their babies during the trial. Both the drug company and the Biden administration continued to say the vaccine was safe and effective despite the evidence.
U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman of the Northern District of Texas ordered the FDA to release 12,000 documents immediately in January. He then ordered the release of 55,000 pages per month until all documents were released. The total number released tallied over 300,000 pages.
The Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency, a nonprofit, sued the FDA last September after the agency denied its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to expedite the release of mRNA vaccine review documents. The FDA originally wanted to release 500 pages per month, which would have taken 75 years.
One set of vaccine trial documents released in April revealed that Pfizer hired an additional 1,800 full-time employees in 2021 to assist with damage control due to the “large increase” of adverse reactions to the jab.
A batch of documents released in late July showed that 44 percent of women who were pregnant during the trial suffered miscarriages, feminist author and journalist Dr. Naomi Wolf reported. Although miscarriage rates can vary greatly between all women, the general consensus is that 10-15 percent of all pregnancies result in miscarriage.
So what was Pfizer using all that extra manpower they hired to accomplish? Data collection and reorganization, of course. According to Dr. Wolf, Pfizer was recategorizing miscarriages as a “resolved” event to prevent further scrutiny.
“Pfizer took those deaths of babies—those spontaneous abortions and miscarriages—and recategorized them as recovered/resolved adverse effects,” Wolf said in an interview. “In other words, if you lost your baby, it was categorized by Pfizer as a resolved adverse event, like a headache that got better,” she added.
The FDA knew about increased miscarriage rates but recommended the vaccine anyways
To make matters more precarious, the FDA received notice of this information on April 1, 2021. Therefore, the FDA had this data nearly a year and a half ago, and instead of changing public policy, they, along with the CDC, recommended the experimental injections for expectant mothers anyway. Many “popular” health outlets are still recommending the jab to expectant mothers, and are defending it vigorously.
“COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people 6 months and older. This includes people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or might become pregnant in the future,” the CDC claims in a July 2022 post on its website. “CDC also recommends COVID-19 vaccines for infants 6 months and older who’s mother was vaccinated or had a COVID infection before or while pregnant.”
Wolf called the data “horrifying.”
“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,” Wolf said, choking back tears. “Thus the FDA was aware of the horrifying rate of fetal death by the start of April 2021; but they were silent.”
Dr. James Thorp, a physician MD board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as maternal-fetal medicine, said in a recent interview that he has seen a massive spike in fetal death and adverse pregnancy outcomes since vaccination became important. Dr. Thorp said he sees 6,000–7,000 high-risk OB patients a year, and that administering an experimental drug is the last thing he’d ever do for their safety.
“We have always been guided by that principle, that longstanding, six millennia principle—the golden rule of pregnancy—you never, ever use an investigational drug, a new substance, a new drug, a new vaccine—even if there’s a potential benefit,” he said. “You don’t ever use a new substance in pregnancy.”