Newest Dangerous Information About COVID Vaccines


A beforehand wholesome 36-year-old mom of two died 11 days after receiving a Pfizer COVID-19 shot.1 Initially, her explanation for dying was deemed inconclusive, however at an inquest, pathologist Dr. Sukhvinder Ghataura defined that he believes the COVID-19 shot was responsible. He informed the coroner:2

“On the stability of possibilities, she had vaccine-related issues. There may be nothing else for me to hold my hat on. It’s the more than likely cause, in my conclusion. It’s greater than seemingly Daybreak died in response to the Covid jab.”

Authorities officers proceed to disclaim deaths linked to Pfizer’s mRNA COVID-19 shot. Within the U.S., they’ve solely acknowledged 9 deaths as causally related to Johnson and Johnson’s COVID-19 shot as of Could 10, 2022.3 However this case, which occurred within the U.Okay., highlights the potential risks of shot-induced myocarditis.

In accordance with Ghataura, the girl had a number of indicators of myocarditis, or irritation of the center muscle, together with irritation of the center, fluid within the lungs and a small clot in her lungs.

She had additionally reported menstrual irregularities, jaw ache and arm ache.4 When requested by a member of the family whether or not he believed the girl would nonetheless be alive in the present day if she hadn’t obtained the shot, Ghataura mentioned, “It’s a troublesome query however I might say sure.”5

COVID-19 Pictures Improve Coronary heart Assault Threat by 25% in Youth

On the conclusion of the inquest concerning the girl’s dying, assistant coroner Alison McCormick said, “I give the narrative conclusion that her dying was brought on by acute myocarditis, on account of latest Covid-19 immunization.”6 Myocarditis is a acknowledged adversarial impact of mRNA COVID-19 pictures,7 and one which has been named in different deaths.

Dr. Neil Singh Dhalla, a CEO of a serious well being clinic, fell asleep 4 days after he received a COVID-19 booster shot — and died from a coronary heart assault.8 The post-mortem said myocarditis. He was solely 48 years previous and had by no means had coronary heart issues in his life. In one other instance, epidemiologists confirmed that two teenage boys from totally different U.S. states died of myocarditis days after getting the Pfizer shot.9

Each had obtained second doses of the shot. In a research that examined the post-mortem findings, it’s reported that the “myocarditis” described within the boys’ deaths is “not typical myocarditis pathology”:10

“The myocardial harm seen in these post-vaccine hearts is totally different from typical myocarditis and has an look most intently resembling a catecholamine-mediated stress (poisonous) cardiomyopathy. Understanding that these cases are totally different from typical myocarditis and that cytokine storm has a recognized suggestions loop with catecholamines could assist information screening and remedy.”

An astounding research revealed in Scientific Studies additional revealed that calls to Israel’s Nationwide Emergency Medical Companies (EMS) for cardiac arrest and acute coronary syndrome elevated greater than 25% amongst 16- to 39-year-olds from January 2021 to Could 2021, in comparison with the identical time interval in 2019 and 2020.11

The researchers evaluated the affiliation between the amount of the calls and different components, together with COVID-19 pictures and COVID-19 an infection, however a hyperlink was solely discovered for the pictures:12

“[T]he weekly emergency name counts have been considerably related to the charges of 1st and 2nd vaccine doses administered to this age group however weren’t with COVID-19 an infection charges.

Whereas not establishing causal relationships, the findings elevate issues concerning vaccine-induced undetected extreme cardiovascular side-effects and underscore the already established causal relationship between vaccines and myocarditis, a frequent explanation for surprising cardiac arrest in younger people.”

COVID Pictures Weren’t Examined on Pregnant Ladies

The U.S. Meals and Drug Administration and Pfizer tried to cover COVID-19 shot medical trial information for 75 years. “Once I noticed that, that’s once I received very vocal and mentioned fraud has occurred. How do I do know that? They received’t present us the medical information,” former Blackrock portfolio supervisor Edward Dowd mentioned.13 This needs to be a purple flag for all People.

Now {that a} lawsuit pressured the FDA to launch hundreds of the paperwork, information about what they have been making an attempt to cover is popping out. Among the many revelations is proof that Pfizer intentionally excluded pregnant ladies from COVID-19 shot trials. So how did they make the advice that the pictures are secure and efficient for pregnant ladies?

This was based mostly on a 42-day research involving 44 rats.14 What’s extra, a Pfizer-BioNTech rat research revealed the shot greater than doubled the incidence of preimplantation loss and likewise led to a low incidence of mouth/jaw malformations, gastroschisis (a beginning defect of the stomach wall) and abnormalities within the right-sided aortic arch and cervical vertebrae within the fetuses.15

A CDC-sponsored research that was broadly used to help the U.S. advice for pregnant ladies to get injected “presents falsely reassuring statistics associated to the danger of spontaneous abortion in early being pregnant,” in accordance with the Institute for Pure and Utilized Data (IPAK).16

When the danger of miscarriage was recalculated to incorporate all ladies injected prior to twenty weeks’ gestation, the incidence was seven to eight occasions increased than the unique research indicated, with a cumulative incidence of miscarriage starting from 82% to 91%.

Additionally buried in one of many paperwork is the assertion, “Medical laboratory analysis confirmed a transient lower in lymphocytes that was noticed in all age and dose teams after Dose 1, which resolved inside roughly one week …”17 What this implies is Pfizer knew that, within the first week after the shot, folks of all ages skilled transient immunosuppression, or put one other method, a short lived weakening of the immune system, after the primary dose.

Pfizer and FDA Knew Vaccines Had been Not ‘Secure and Efficient’

“It appears to be like to me — this isn’t an overstatement from what I’ve seen — that this was a medical trial that by August 2021, Pfizer and the FDA knew was failed, the vaccines weren’t secure and efficient,” mentioned investigative writer Naomi Wolf. “That they weren’t working. That the efficacy was waning … and that they have been significantly harmful. They usually rolled it out anyway.”18

Relating to the pictures for pregnant ladies, Wolf mentioned, in an interview with Stephen Bannon on “Conflict Room,” {that a} spike in extreme adversarial occasions amongst pregnant ladies coincides with the rollout of COVID-19 pictures.

U.S. Division of Protection (DOD) whistleblowers datamined the DOD well being database, revealing vital will increase in charges of miscarriage and stillbirths, together with most cancers and neurological illness, since COVID-19 jabs rolled out.19 “That is truthfully one of many wors[t] issues I’ve ever, ever seen in my 35 years as a reporter,” Wolf mentioned.20

Not solely does IPAK’s information present COVID-19 injections prior to twenty weeks are unsafe for pregnant ladies, however 12.6% of ladies who obtained it within the third trimester reported Grade 3 adversarial occasions, that are extreme or medically vital however not instantly life-threatening. One other 8% additionally reported a fever of 38 levels C (100.4 levels F), which may result in miscarriage or untimely labor.21

Younger youngsters are additionally creating extreme hepatitis and no one is aware of why.22 COVID-19 pictures have been linked to circumstances of liver illness23 and liver injury following the pictures has been deemed “believable.”24

Confirmed: COVID Pictures Have an effect on Menstrual Cycles

It’s clear that there are a lot of unknowns about how COVID-19 pictures have an effect on being pregnant and replica, together with their results on menstrual cycles. Ladies across the globe have reported modifications of their menstrual cycles following COVID-19 pictures, and well being officers have tried to brush off the experiences or label all of them as anecdotal.

However a research revealed in Obstetrics & Gynecology — and funded by the Nationwide Institute of Youngster Well being and Human Growth (NICHD) and the Nationwide Institutes of Well being’s (NIH) Workplace of Analysis on Ladies’s Well being — confirms an affiliation between menstrual cycle size and COVID-19 pictures.25

Medical trials for COVID-19 pictures didn’t accumulate information about menstrual cycles following injection, and the Vaccine Adversarial Occasion Reporting System (VAERS) doesn’t actively accumulate menstrual cycle info both, making it troublesome to initially decide whether or not the pictures have been having an impact. Anecdotal experiences on social media, nonetheless, are quite a few and, in accordance with the research, “recommend menstrual disturbances are way more frequent …”26

The Obstetrics & Gynecology research concerned 3,959 people between the ages of 18 and 45 years. Those that had not obtained a COVID-19 shot famous no vital modifications in cycle 4 through the research in comparison with their first three cycles.

Those that obtained COVID-19 pictures, nonetheless, had longer menstrual cycles, usually by lower than in the future, once they obtained the pictures. The longer cycles have been famous for each doses of the injection, with a 0.71-day enhance after the primary dose and 0.91-day enhance after the second dose.27

Whereas the researchers described the change as not clinically vital, that means it’s not notable from a well being standpoint, there have been some ladies who skilled even larger menstrual modifications, significantly those that obtained two pictures in the identical menstrual cycle. These modifications included a two-day enhance in cycle size and, in some circumstances, modifications in cycle size of eight days or extra.

Pfizer Shot Solely 12% Efficient in Youngsters

Including insult to harm, analysis carried out by the New York State Division of Well being reveals the dismal actuality concerning the effectiveness of COVID-19 pictures in youngsters.28 From December 13, 2021 to January 24, 2022, they analyzed outcomes amongst 852,384 youngsters aged 12 to 17 years, and 365,502 youngsters aged 5 to 11 yr, who had obtained two doses of the pictures.

Effectiveness declined quickly amongst 5- to 11-year-olds, falling from 68% to simply 12%. Safety in opposition to hospitalization additionally dropped, from 100% to 48%. Amongst 11-year-olds alone, vaccine effectiveness plunged to 11%.29 The lackluster response was blamed on the dosage discrepancies among the many age teams, as 5- to 11-year-olds obtain two 10-microgram Pfizer pictures, whereas 12- to 17-year-olds obtain 30-microgram pictures.30

Within the youthful age group, the pictures offered virtually no safety in any respect. And it’s not solely youngsters who’re affected by the pictures’ quickly waning effectiveness. COVID-19 booster pictures additionally lose effectiveness quickly, with safety plummeting by the fourth month post-shot.31 One CDC-funded research concerned information from 10 states collected from August 26, 2021 to January 22, 2022, durations throughout which each delta and omicron variants have been circulating.

Visits to emergency rooms and pressing care services, in addition to hospitalizations, amongst folks in search of medical look after COVID-19 have been analyzed. The research didn’t embrace milder COVID-19 circumstances, for which no medical consideration was sought.

Whereas initially vaccine effectiveness in opposition to COVID-19-associated emergency division or pressing care visits and hospitalizations was increased after the booster shot, in comparison with the second COVID-19 injection, effectiveness waned as time handed since vaccination.32

Inside two months of the second COVID-19 shot, safety in opposition to emergency division and pressing care visits associated to COVID-19 was at 69%. This dropped to 37% after 5 months post-shot. The low effectiveness 5 months after the preliminary shot sequence is what prompted officers to suggest a booster dose — and the third shot “boosted” effectiveness to 87%.

This enhance was short-lived, nonetheless. Inside 4 to 5 months post-booster, safety in opposition to emergency division and pressing care visits decreased to 66%, then fell to simply 31% after 5 months or extra post-booster.33

Contemplating the adversarial results and lack of effectiveness, many have known as for an instantaneous withdrawal of the pictures. IPAK believes the information are already compelling sufficient to withdraw the pictures for weak populations, together with pregnant and breastfeeding ladies, youngsters and people of child-bearing age.34

Janci Chunn Lindsay, Ph.D., a outstanding toxicologist and molecular biologist who works with M.D. Anderson Most cancers Middle-Houston, spoke on the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices assembly held April 23, 2021, and likewise known as for “all gene remedy vaccines” to “be halted instantly on account of security issues on a number of fronts,” together with fertility.35



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