ALARMING Drop in Birthrates and Fertility Among MRNA Vaccinated Women

(And Men, I might add)

Mathematician Igor Chudov recently talked with Naomi Wolf about the precipitous decline in birth rates nine months after mRNA COVID injections rolled out. In several countries.

As he points out, correlation does not prove causation – but it is a signal.

interview on DailyClout.io

His key articles on this issue


DailyClout.io | IgorChudov.substack.com

Moderna DOUBLES the Chance of Infant Death, Compared to Pfizer

CDC’s own presentation shows that being given a higher-dose Moderna vaccine during pregnancy, almost DOUBLES the chance of neonatal death, compared to women who received the lower-dose Pfizer vaccine.

How can Covid vaccine given during pregnancy be safe and NOT affect infant deaths, if infant death rate for Moderna-inoculated women is double the infant death level for Pfizer-inoculated women and the difference is statistically significant?

Igor Chudov
Moderna DOUBLES the Chance of Infant Death, Compared to Pfizer

Not to be confused with
CDC Data: Moderna Causes 42% MORE Miscarriages Compared to Pfizer

CDC Data: Moderna Causes 42% MORE Miscarriages Compared to Pfizer

CDC’s own statistics prove beyond statistical doubt that the higher dose Moderna vaccine causes 42% MORE miscarriages, compared to the Pfizer vaccine, casting doubt on CDC’s claim that both are “safe for pregnancy”…

Slide 33 compares miscarriage rates of women who were in perfectly identical situations (vaccinated during pregnancy), with the only difference being whether they took Pfizer (30 mcg) or Moderna (higher dose 100 mcg, 50 mcg for booster) vaccine.

This is a true apples-to-apples, vaccinated-to-vaccinated women comparison.

The explanation is, likely, that we are seeing a dose-response relationship! Moderna is a higher dose injection — and Moderna-injected women have more miscarriages! If that is the case — and we’d need to confirm it more — this is all proof we need to know that Covid vaccines affect miscarriages.

Igor Chudov

Arkmedic confirms & discusses the:

  • trickery (or ineptitude?) employed in interpreting this v-safe pregnancy data
  • and the conflicts of interest…

… which seem to underpin published lies like:

Source: BREAKING: Igor just blew the lid off the V-safe pregnancy registry

The CDC slide both authors refer to has been archived here and here.

The V-Safe Dashboard

Guided tour

Lawyer Aaron Siri outlines the kind of data gathered by the CDC v-safe app.1N.B. Data from the “other” field in the app has not yet been released Then he and Del Bigtree go through the ICAN v-safe dashboard.

Background

Same video, earlier start – Siri describes how the CDC tried withholding the data…

Continue reading The V-Safe Dashboard
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    N.B. Data from the “other” field in the app has not yet been released

(Some of) the V-safe data is out

Over 10,000,000 people submitted health reports to the app after their Covid-19 vaccination.1From which the CDC only recently released some of the data when forced by court order (after “463 days and two law suits“).

From those 10million users:

  • 33% reported at least one adverse event
  • 25% needed time off work or school
  • 7.7% needed medical care
The ICAN V-safe dashboard, page 1

BUT… they were only shown…

… a measly 18 adverse events… as opposed to the over 25,000 MedDRA PT codes (25,592 to be precise) used in the VAERS context of which over 14,000 have been reported in the context of the COVID-19 injections… And just to be a bit facetious, as per Pfizer’s own list of adverse events of special interest that lists 1291 adverse events, this leaves 1,273 adverse event types unavailable for use.

Jessica Rose

… and…

The information captured in free-form fields has not yet been produced and ICAN is still litigating to obtain that information.

Informed Consent Action Network

So… v-safe has more to tell us.

As will today’s October 6th Highwire episode. Livestream or replay on Rumble.2Promo on Rumble.


ICAN | Mark Sharman3Former Sky News executive, Director of Safe & Effective: A Second Opinion | Dr. Jessica Rose