Stop the Shot conference doctors: pregnant women should never take the vaccine

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(LifeSiteNews) – Scientists have known mRNA jabs put fertility at risk for almost a decade.

Research from as early as 2012 shows that the technology behind the experimental COVID-19 shots can lead to critical problems with fertility and pregnancy, Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet stated during the second “Stop the Shot” conference. The online meeting was streamed on August 19 by LifeSiteNews.

Vliet, the president of the Truth for Health Foundation, and other doctors and medical experts reconvened yesterday to discuss rediscovered peer-reviewed scientific research from 2012 and 2018. They also presented new evidence from whistle-blowers that shows the technology behind experimental COVID-19 shots damages fertility and pregnancy. It is not being reported to the public by anyone else.

During her opening address, Vliet highlighted a peer-reviewed study from 2018 which found that nanoparticles, used in mRNA jab technology, “can disrupt the levels of secreted hormones, causing changes in sexual behaviour,” since the nanoparticles “can pass through the blood-testis barrier, placental barrier, and epithelial barrier, which protect reproductive tissues.”

Of the many possible effects is that human immune cells are “trained to attack” a protein vital to a successful pregnancy, Vliet warned, “leading to miscarriages, birth defects, and infertility” following a COVID-19 inoculation.

Dr. Mike Yeadon, a former VP at Pfizer and outspoken critic of the currently available, experimental jabs, underscored that, for good scientific and medical reasons, “we never ever give experimental medical treatments to pregnant women.”

He noted that thalidomide, a medication once used for morning sickness in pregnant women that gave children birth defects, “taught everybody a lesson.” In the six decades following the devastation caused by thalidomide, “we have been really careful advising women not to take medicines that we don’t understand during pregnancy.”

Despite governments advertising the COVID jabs as being safe during pregnancy, Yeadon argued that “they’ve not been around long enough to have possibly been the case for [officials] to have evaluated [this].” Additionally, “they haven’t done any studies at all,” he said.

But Yeadon indicated that the situation is worse than the authorities not knowing. He said that the authorities do know about the COVID-19 jabs’ potential for causing problems in fertility and childbearing, and yet they continue to advise pregnant women to take the shots.

Like Vliet, Yeadon drew attention to research on lipid nanoparticles which “surround the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.” These particles “accumulate in the ovaries of rats,” according to a report released by Pfizer in response to a freedom-of-information request.

The report “shows very clearly that the lipid nanoparticles accumulate at least twenty-fold [in the ovaries] compared with other tissues,” Yeadon said.

“No one has evaluated what the consequences of that are.”

Citing a 2012 paper on research into the effect of nanoparticles on the ovaries, Yeadon said that the researchers posited an “unrealised toxicity risk in humans” as a result.

“That means they’ve known for 9 years,” he lamented, adding that he has verified “with colleagues who work in the specialty area of formulation” at Pfizer, who say that “it’s a problem … the lipid nanoparticles concentrate in the ovaries.”

Although the research into nanoparticle toxicity was conducted on mice and rats, Yeadon argued that it must be presumed that humans, also mammals, will be at similar risk.

“If someone wants to persuade me that they’re not concentrating in human ovaries, they are going to have to provide me with some data,” he said.