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Are you pregnant and thinking about getting the Covid-19 shot? After all, didn't the medical authorities and your government assure you that the shot was completely safe for you and your baby?

Well, it appears that they may have been wrong. However, you cannot afford to take a chance on them being wrong with respect to you and your baby's life. In a just-released peer-reviewed study, printed in the November issue of Science, Public Health Policy, and the Law, its authors, reviewed a study sponsored by the CDC which was cited as supporting evidence for vaccinating pregnant women. Its authors found errors in the study and after recalculating the data, found that of pregnant mRNA vaccinated women: 81.9% of the women had a spontaneous miscarriage before 20 weeks gestation, while 92.3% of women who received the mRNA COVID vaccine had a spontaneous miscarriage before 13 weeks gestation. "This is a very high proportion of pregnancy loss observed in those exposed to the mRNA vaccination before 20 weeks’ gestation...."

The CDC supported its recommendation that pregnant women get vaccinated in a study by Shimakuro et al. (2021).

The use of mRNA vaccines in pregnancy is now generally considered safe for protection against COVID-19 in countries such as New Zealand, USA, and Australia. However, the influential CDC sponsored article by Shimabukuro et al. (2021) used to support this idea, on closer inspection, provides little assurance, particularly for those exposed in early pregnancy. The study presents falsely reassuring statistics related to the risk of spontaneous abortion in early pregnancy, since the majority of women in the calculation were exposed to the mRNA product after the outcome period was defined (20 weeks’ gestation).

Their conclusion:

Considering the evidence presented here, we suggest the immediate withdrawal of mRNA vaccine use in pregnancy (Category X)[41] and those breastfeeding, alongside the withdrawal of mRNA vaccines to children or those of child-bearing age in the general population, until more convincing data relating to the safety and long-term impacts on fertility, pregnancy and reproduction are established in these groups.

What? Recommend no Covid-19 vaccination for 1) pregnant women, 2) breastfeeding women, 3) children, and 4) those of child-bearing age. Do you realize how large a segment of the population these groups represent? And yet, crickets from the medical establishment, government and the media as we are being told to do the exact opposite. It's up to you to read the information and judge for yourself.