I have not had a Covid-19 vaccine. Let me open this article up right out of the gate by saying that. That does not mean I am anti-vaccine, or that I think the Covid-19 vaccines are unsafe or ineffective. I follow the science, and by that, I mean that I follow the...
Investigational Vaccination of Pregnant Women
The USFDA as well as the vaccine manufacturers excluded pregnant women and those of childbearing potential who could not guarantee contraception from the registrational trials of the COVID-19 vaccine. This was done to protect the safety of the mother and the baby from the unknown effects of the investigational vaccine. Regulatory practice always calls for the exclusion of groups not studied from receiving new products when they are released to the public.
In a gigantic break from this safe and reasonable practice, with no proof of benefit or evidence of safety, the CDC recommends that pregnant women volunteer for the vaccine. It is known that COVID-19 is in general mild and self-limiting in pregnant women, does not cause fetal malformations, and when presenting with severe symptoms, can be treated with drug therapy including hydroxychloroquine, antibiotics, steroids, and aspirin.
The only vaccines allowed in pregnant women are biologically inactive: influenza, tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis. Thus, it is up to each woman to do her research on this very important decision in pregnancy or childbearing years. As of May 7, 2021, 275 miscarriages have been reported to the CDC in women who were needlessly vaccinated. Given the strict nature of reporting including penalties for false reports, it is estimated that only 1-10% of safety reports are logged by the CDC after vaccination.
Thus, at this time, American women have probably lost >2000 babies to the COVID-19 vaccines and that number will continue to rise until either the vaccines are pulled from the market or pregnant women are excluded. This week’s report has an excerpt from Dr. McCullough and Tucker Carlson on Tucker Carlson Today May 8, 2021, and expert opinions from Drs. Malthouse, Stricker, and Gilbert, giving caution about the untested vaccine in pregnant women.
There is no more urgent message from The McCullough Report, under no circumstances should a pregnant woman feel forced to comply with CDC recommendations on vaccination with the investigational COVID-19 vaccine that has no proven benefit or guarantee of safety for the mother or the fetus. Please do your own research and carefully discuss this with your doctor(s).
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