A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine entitled ‘Preliminary Findings of mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons' shows that 81% of women vaccinated with the new mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine in early stage pregnancy miscarried.
This is the same study which is being used as an early indication that the mRNA vaccines are safe for pregnant women. So how is this so?
Modern day science has been somewhat of a minefield for sometime when it comes to separating fact from fiction. With bias around every corner, and often billions of dollars in profits riding on the outcome of scientific studies , it’s no wonder we have a problem. Now we live in the post-covid era and this problem has got exponentially worse.
When it comes to the science surround COVID-19, and the vaccines being used to counter it, there is little else we can use to describe the science other than fraud.
So let’s take a look at the data.
They based this study on the data coming out of the US ‘v-safe after vaccination health checker’ surveillance system. The data range begins from December 14th,2020, to February 28, 2021.
The study states:
Among 3958 participants enrolled in the v-safe pregnancy registry, 827 had a completed pregnancy, of which 115 (13.9%) resulted in a pregnancy loss and 712 (86.1%) resulted in a live birth (mostly among participants with vaccination in the third trimester) – nejm.org
They provide the following table:
At first glance, this table appears to show that just 104 of 827 pregnancies resulted in spontaneous abortion (miscarriage before 20 weeks), which equates to 12.6%. This falls in line with the expected rate of miscarriage, which is currently around 10%.
But look a little deeper at the table and its complimentary small print and a very different conclusion is drawn from this data.
Note the following text underneath the table:
A total of 700 participants (84.6%) received their first eligible dose in the third trimester.
However, the participants become participants at point of vaccination, so in the data referring to ‘Spontaneous abortion: <20wk’ the number of participants is significantly less than 700 participants did not become participants until the third trimester.
An honest display of this data would use a total of 127 participants for the spontaneous abortions category, giving us 104 miscarriages out of 127, that’s a 81.8% loss rate.
Was this an intentional decision to mislead those who read the study or am I misinterpreting it?
Well, it would seem I’m not the only one to pick up on this.
The following is an extract from a Letter to the Editor – Comment on “mRNA Covid-19 Vaccine Safety in Pregnant Persons” Shimabukuro et al.:
In table 4, the authors report a rate of spontaneous abortions <20 weeks (SA) of 12.5% (104 abortions/827 completed pregnancies). However, this rate should be based on the number of women who were at risk of an SA due to vaccine receipt and should exclude the 700 women who were vaccinated in their third-trimester (104/127 = 82%). We acknowledge this rate will likely decrease as the pregnancies of women who were vaccinated <20 weeks complete but believe the rate will be higher than 12.5%. However, given the importance of these findings we feel it important to report these rates accurately.
Additionally, the authors indicate that the rate of SAs in the published literature is between 10% and 26%. However, the upper cited rate includes clinically-unrecognized pregnancies,3 which does not reflect the clinically recognized pregnancies of this cohort and should be removed. – Letter to editor
This was also discussed on last weeks episode of The HighWire with Del Bigtree
This continual deception in data is nothing short of criminal, lives are at risk and in time all those that lied and cheated the data to suit their own pre-conceived desired conclusions will be held accountable, this we must make sure of.
I urge you all to share this far and wide as vaccination for pregnant women is already underway and while the study concludes:
Preliminary findings did not show obvious safety signals among pregnant persons who received mRNA Covid-19 vaccines.
The data would suggest otherwise, or at the very least more data is needed to draw such conclusions.