Larry A. Law
Pandemic fearmongering is misleading mothers to believe getting the COVID-19 vaccine is the right thing to protect their babies. As of February 12, 2021, the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), managed by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), had recorded 111 adverse events related to pregnant moms receiving the Moderna and Pfizer injections. Posting of VAERS events can take 4 to 6 weeks before being updated in the database, so these numbers are undoubtedly low. In addition, scientists estimate that only 1% of vaccine injuries get reported to the cumbersome VAERS tracking system.
The descriptions of miscarriages and premature births accompanying the VAERS reports are tragic. A 35-year-old mom was vaccinated during her 29th week of pregnancy. The report stated she "noticed decreased motion of the baby" two days after receiving the Pfizer injection. The following day, "the baby was found to not have a heartbeat."
A 37-year-old mom received an ultrasound showing a healthy baby and placenta. After receiving her first Moderna injection at 28 weeks of pregnancy, doctors discovered "significant placenta issues just one week later." A repeat ultrasound showed the placenta had "calcified and aged prematurely." This lead to hospitalization in hopes of saving her baby.
Two moms injected with the Pfizer vaccine during their first trimester of pregnancy experienced "intolerable" abdominal pain and uterine bleeding extensive enough, in one case, to require "emergency surgery and a blood transfusion."
These vaccines are experimental drugs. Allowing them to be injected into pregnant moms, who have not been educated on the associated risks, is immoral and very likely criminal. Losing a hoped for baby in fear of a disease that has virtually zero risk to a young mother and her baby is unconscionable.