Report 48: VAERS – 76% of Vaccine-Related Miscarriages from the Past 30 Years Occurred Once Pregnant Women Started Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines

If you are pregnant, you are more likely to lose your baby in a miscarriage if you receive a COVID-19 vaccine than if you receive measles, mumps, flu, tetanus, or any other vaccine. This and other alarming facts about risks to babies of vaccinated mothers comes from the U.S. government’s own Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

According to VAERS, from 1990 (when VAERS was established) through March 2022, miscarriages (spontaneous abortions) were reported 4,693 times by women who were vaccinated for all diseases through March 2022 (for hundreds of women, there was a reporting delay of several months). These reports include women who received one or more vaccines for diseases like measles, mumps, flu, and COVID-19. For example, among the 4,693 miscarriages that were reported, several women received vaccines for COVID-19 as well as influenza or hepatitis or another disease. So, their miscarriages were reported multiple times, once for each disease for which they were vaccinated.

To understand the effect of the COVID-19 vaccine on pregnant women, one must separate those who received multiple vaccines from those who received a single vaccine. The number of women with distinct identification (ID) numbers who miscarried after receiving a vaccine through March 2022 is 4,505. The difference between 4,693 reports of miscarriages and 4,505 distinct identification numbers is 188 (4,693 – 4,505 = 188). So, 188 women miscarried after receiving multiple vaccines, and 4,505 women miscarried after receiving a single vaccine through March 2022.

Of the thousands of miscarriages that were reported after single or multiple vaccinations for all diseases, 3,430 of those miscarriages were in women whose vaccinations, beginning in December 2020, included a COVID-19 vaccine. Of these 3,430 miscarriages, as many as 16 may have been in women who received other vaccines in addition to a COVID-19 vaccine. So, 3,414 miscarriages (3,430 – 16 = 3,414) were in women who received only the COVID-19 vaccine and no other vaccine from December 2020 through March 2022 (Fig. 1).

This means that of all the women who reported losing their babies to miscarriage after receiving a single vaccine, 76% (3,414/4,505) received only the COVID-19 vaccine. These women were vaccinated for COVID-19 from December 2020 through March 2022. So, 76% of all the vaccinations that resulted in a baby dying in miscarriage in the past 30 years or so occurred when pregnant women started receiving COVID-19 vaccines.

Would these babies have died even if their mothers had not been vaccinated for COVID-19? Certainly that is possible, since we know that as many as 10% to 30% of all pregnant women lose their babies before 13 weeks’ gestation. Later in pregnancy (after 20 weeks), the number of baby deaths, which are then stillbirths and not miscarriages, drops to less than 1%.

Unfortunately, VAERS does not indicate how far along these women were in their pregnancies when they were vaccinated for COVID-19. We can, however, get some information on the duration of a pregnancy from the descriptions entered into VAERS. For example, VAERS describes one mother’s miscarriage (VAERS patient 1185268) as follows: “3/15/2021—Went to my midwife for my first prenatal visit and that’s where I learned there was no heartbeat. 4 weeks along at the time of the vaccine and the heartbeat ended at 8 weeks along. This was my third pregnancy—and my first miscarriage. Estimated date of delivery was in October.”

While this is one of many heartbreaking stories, it is not proof that the COVID-19 vaccine caused the miscarriage. Yet it does raise important concerns. Another source of concern is the data in Figure 1, which shows that about 61% (2,067/3,414) of the miscarriages were reported within 30 days (onset days) after the mother was vaccinated for COVID-19. For pregnant women vaccinated for other diseases, about 47% (597/1,279) of the miscarriages resulted within 30 days of vaccination. This difference is statistically significant with p = 0.00 using the test of two proportions.

In spite of these frightening statistics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continues to recommend that pregnant women get the COVID-19 vaccines. In the United States, these vaccines are manufactured by Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson). Does VAERS suggest which COVID-19 vaccine is safest for an unborn baby?

Indeed, for women vaccinated for COVID-19 from December 2020 through March 2022, VAERS reports that, of the pregnant women who had miscarriages after vaccination, about 75% (2,557/3,414) received the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine. About 21% (733/3,414) received Moderna’s mRNA vaccine, and about 3% (118/3,414) received Janssen’s adenovirus vaccine (Table 1).

These figures are rough; they would be more accurate if data were provided showing the total number of pregnant women vaccinated with each of the three COVID-19 vaccines and how many of that total received only a COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, the data include those who received more than one manufacturer’s vaccine — for example, a woman may have received both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Still, as Team 5 has reported before, the Pfizer/BioNTech mRNA vaccine appears to be putting unborn babies at increased risk of death from miscarriage.

These are alarming figures, and they are even more so when we understand what VAERS data represent. The U.S. government’s guide to VAERS states, “’Underreporting’ is one of the main limitations of passive surveillance systems, including VAERS. The term underreporting refers to the fact that VAERS receives reports for only a small fraction of actual adverse events.” Some researchers have found that less than 1% of adverse events are reported in VAERS.

So, one must keep in mind that the estimated 3,414 unborn babies who died after their mothers were vaccinated against COVID-19 and had miscarriages from December 2020 through March 2022 are probably only a small fraction of the actual number of post-vaccination spontaneous abortion “adverse events.” This number may actually be 100 times greater or more.

As noted, VAERS is simply a registry of passive surveillance data. Such registries are relatively inexpensive to establish and maintain, but the quality and timeliness of the data they collect are difficult to control.

There are other limitations to data gathered in VAERS. The total count of babies who died in miscarriages after the mothers were vaccinated (4,505) varies depending on the data selection criteria, such as symptoms, vaccine manufacturer, vaccine products, and date vaccinated or reported. Indeed, if the data are sorted by “spontaneous abortion” and “death,” then only 16 events are returned. Appendix A provides further detail on the query used for the data in this report.

In addition, VAERS has data integrity issues; for example, some time intervals have no data associated with them, some vaccination dates are listed as “9999” (which were included in this analysis), the type of vaccine is often missing, the system does not collect information on how old a fetus was at the time of miscarriage (i.e., how far along the woman’s pregnancy was), and follow-up health records are not available (from the VAERS website: “amended [follow-up] data are not available to the public”), making it difficult to verify cause and effect.

At best, VAERS data can be used only as a signal that something may be wrong. Clearly, these VAERS data send a strong signal suggesting grave danger to pregnant women and their babies from COVID-19 vaccines. How many more babies will die in miscarriages before the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) acknowledge and act on these alarming safety signals?

Table 1. Miscarriages by COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturera

COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer VAERS symptom resulting in baby death Number of cases % of total cases
Pfizer/BioNTech Spontaneous abortion 2,557 75
Moderna Spontaneous abortion 733 21
Janssen Spontaneous abortion 118 3
Unknown Spontaneous abortion 6 <1
Total cases 3,414 100

a Data extracted from VAERS October 2022; data include those who received more than one manufacturer’s vaccine (for example, a woman may have received both Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines)

 

Fig. 1. Spontaneous Abortion Adverse Events (1990 through March 2022)a

a Data extracted from VAERS October 2022

 

Appendix A. VAERS Query Method

We used the following query parameters in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) database to obtain the data discussed in this report. Fig. A1 is a screenshot of a baseline VAERS request form.

  • Symptoms: Abortion Spontaneous
  • VAERS ID: All
  • Group By: Symptoms; Vaccine Type; Month Vaccinated; Month Reported; VAERS ID
  • Show Totals: False
  • Show Zero Values: Disabled
  • Help: See http://wonder.cdc.gov/wonder/help/vaers.html for more information.
  • Query Date: Oct 10, 2022, 5:09:33 PM

Note that the data include only spontaneous abortions (MEDDRA code = 10000234). The scope of the data includes U.S. (45%) and foreign (55%) reports.

Examples of VAERS limitations are illustrated in two screenshots of typical VAERS queries using the graphical user interface. In Fig. A2, there is no indication whether the death is to the mother or the baby. And in Fig. A3, the cause of death is noted as miscarriage, clearly referring to the miscarried baby, not the mother. For example, in the case of VAERS patient 1185268 mentioned earlier, the mother’s miscarriage was recorded as “spontaneous abortion” only. Yet clearly, this miscarriage resulted in the death of a baby, even though VAERS does not classify this as a “death.”

 

Fig. A1. Screenshot of Baseline VAERS Query

 

Fig. A2. Sample VAERS Query Indicating Death

 

Fig. A3. Sample VAERS Query Describing Miscarriage (Spontaneous Abortion)

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Report 47: Blood System-Related Adverse Events Following Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA Vaccination

The War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Analysis Project Post-Marketing Team created the following two-page Hematological System Organ Class (SOC) Review from data in Pfizer document 5.3.6 Cumulative Analysis of Post-Authorization Adverse Event Reports of PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) Received Through 28-FEB-2021 (a.k.a., “5.3.6“). The hematological system is the human body’s blood system and includes red cells, white cells, platelets, and clotting proteins. Viewing the blood components as a system, its Adverse Events (AEs) reports made up 2.2% (932 individuals) of the 42,086 total trial participants with AEs identified.

Fifty percent of the blood-related adverse events reported were noted within 48 hours of Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccination, but there were also cases reported up to 33 days post-injection. In the hematological group of adverse events, there were 34 deaths and 17 cases of permanent damage.

It is important to note that the AEs in the 5.3.6 document were reported to Pfizer for only a 90-day period starting on December 1, 2020, the date of the United Kingdom’s public rollout of Pfizer’s COVID-19 experimental mRNA “vaccine” product.


DC V5 combined pgs 1-2 Post Marketing Team Hematological micro report 5.3.6

 

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Letter to Wyoming Attorney General: Consider State Criminal Investigation of CDC Officials for Reckless Endangering

Attorney Edward A. Berkovich wrote a November 26, 2022, letter to Wyoming Attorney General Bridget Hill stating that there may be reasonable suspicion to investigate Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials for recklessly endangering Wyoming residents by waiting three months to alert the public to the risk of myocarditis following COVID-19 vaccination.


ag wyoming letter 11 26 22 final draft

 

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Report 46: How Many Pregnant Women Received LNP/mRNA via COVID-19 Vaccine During the Year 2021? Only Estimates Are Available.

Shockingly, as 2022 comes to a close and the world reaches the two-year mark of experimental COVID-19 vaccines being available to the general public, the scientific and medical communities, as well as everyday citizens, still have very little information about the effects of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines on pregnant women and their babies. Public health agencies seem unconcerned about the possible effects of lipid nanoparticles (LNP) and mRNA on recipients of the vaccines, including on pregnant women who were previously treated as a special class of patient to not be given most medications and, especially, not experimental ones. How many unborn babies have been lost to this worldwide scientific experiment? No one knows for sure given the lack of vigorous pharmacovigilance following the LNP/mRNA vaccine rollout. However, birth rates are plummeting in highly mRNA COVID vaccinated countries (https://igorchudov.substack.com/p/hungary-most-vaccinated-counties), and the responsible approach is to continue to seek answers to how what appears to be a genocide in progress is still being allowed to happen.

 

I: Searching for the Denominator

Prospective studies of pregnant women who received lipid nanoparticle plus messenger ribonucleic acid (LNP/mRNA) injections for prevention of COVID-19 during 2021 were scant, leading to difficulty in computing rates of spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, congenital anomaly, perinatal fatality, prematurity and small gestational size.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the results of their surveillance of pregnant women in 2021. (https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2104983?query=recirc_curatedRelated_article)

Using the v-safe registry, Shimabukuro, et al. reported on 35,691 pregnant women who received at least one dose of LNP/mRNA during pregnancy. Of these, 3,958 were included in the Pregnancy Registry, and 127 were identified as having been inoculated during their first two trimesters and then completed their pregnancies.

These numbers were published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in April, June, and October of 2021 with no additional entries or expansion of the data set other than a separate subject group reported by Zauche, et al. in August of 2021. The Zauche, et al. data set only had data through 20 weeks gestation, did not include the first six weeks of gestation, and was a small, non-representative sample that was not updated as the pregnancies proceeded to term. (https://dailyclout.io/data-do-not-support-safety-of-mrna-covid-vaccination-for-pregnant-women/, https://dailyclout.io/report-40-2021-cdc-and-fda-misinformation-retroactive-editing-erroneous-spontaneous-abortion-rate-calculation-obfuscation-in-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine/, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2021664/%5d, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3393170/, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK560521/)

Unfortunately, the rates of spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, congenital anomaly, perinatal fatality, and small gestational size could not be calculated since a suitable denominator was not available. (https://dailyclout.io/report-40-2021-cdc-and-fda-misinformation-retroactive-editing-erroneous-spontaneous-abortion-rate-calculation-obfuscation-in-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine/)

The takeaway from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reporting is that there was no useful surveillance of pregnant women who received the genetic therapy represented by BNT162b2, Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine, and/or mRNA1273, Moderna’s mRNA COVID vaccine, that would allow determination of safety of these products during pregnancy.

The question arises as to how many American pregnant women were injected during 2021, the first full year of Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of mRNA COVID vaccines.

What follows is an attempt to answer that question by computation, as the actual data has not been made available, if it even exists.

 

II: Definitions:

  • FL20 = Fetal loss at 20 weeks or later, also called Stillbirth.
  • LB = Live Births.
  • P = Pregnancies.
  • SAB = Spontaneous Abortions, also called Miscarriage, defined as spontaneous fetal loss before 20 weeks.
  • SABr = Rate of Spontaneous Abortion or SAB/P
  • TAB = Therapeutic Abortions; abortions that involve assistance from the medical profession and are done electively, urgently and emergently.
  • TFL = Total Fetal Loss; the sum of (FL20 + SAB + TAB).

 

III. Calculation of the Number of Pregnancies in 2021 (See Appendix I)

Pregnancies (P) are the sum of the number of live births (LB), therapeutic abortions (TAB), spontaneous abortions (SAB), and fetal loss at 20 weeks or later (FL20):

P = LB + TAB + FL20 + SAB

Total Fetal Loss (TFL) = TAB + FL20 + SAB

P = LB + TFL

 

A. 2021 Live Births:

According to the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/databriefs/db442.pdf), there were 3,664,292 live births in 2021, up 1% from 2020 and down 2% from 2019. Figure 1.

 

B. 2020 Therapeutic Abortions (TAB):

The CDC estimates the number of therapeutic abortions in 2019 as 625,346, while the Guttmacher Institute estimated the number the last year data were available in 2020 to be 930,160. (https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2022/06/24/what-the-data-says-about-abortion-in-the-u-s-2/ft_2022-06-23_abortiondata_01/)

Figure 2 displays the discrepancy between the estimates of therapeutic abortions from the CDC and the Guttmacher Institute.

 

Figure 2: US TABs

 

 

This discrepancy is explained as follows:

“The Guttmacher Institute compiles its figures after contacting every known provider of abortions – clinics, hospitals and physicians’ offices – in the country. It uses questionnaires and health department data, and it provides estimates for abortion providers that don’t respond to its inquiries. In part because Guttmacher includes figures (and in some instances, estimates) from all 50 states, its totals are higher than the CDC’s.”

(https://www.guttmacher.org/united-states/abortion)

Guttmacher TAB estimates are used in this article as they are more complete than those from the CDC.

Chart 1 illustrates a 42% decline in therapeutic abortions from their peak at 1.6 million in 1990 compared with 930,000 in 2020 and 46% from the peak in 1990 to a modern low in 2017 of 862,000.

Chart 1: Decline in TABs Since 2000.

 

C. Fetal Loss at 20 Weeks or Later (FL20) (Stillbirths):

2020 Data from the CDC gives the FL20 as 20,854

(https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr71/nvsr71-04.pdf)

 

D. Pregnancy and Spontaneous Abortion Calculation:

Spontaneous abortions are estimated to occur in 10 to 30 percent of pregnancies:

“Vaginal bleeding before twenty weeks of gestation occurs in up to 20% of pregnancies, and 50% of these cases will have a spontaneous abortion. Overall, 10-20% of clinically recognized pregnancies will end in early pregnancy loss. However, these statistics likely underestimate the true incidence of spontaneous abortion, as many miscarriages occur before a mother realizes she is pregnant and is simply mistaken as heavy, late menses. As a result, the true incidence of spontaneous abortion may be closer to 30%.”

(https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK560521/)

 

Given the variance in reported SABr, calculations were made using 10%, 20% and 30% in estimating the number of pregnancies in 2021.

A tool (Appendix I) to calculate a value for pregnancies was developed using the following equation,

P = (LB + TAB + FL20)/(1-r)

Where r = SABr, the rate of spontaneous abortion. r values considered here are 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3 for 10%, 20% and 30%.

 

Chart 2: Estimated Number of Pregnancies in 2021

 

The range in the estimated number of pregnancies in 2021 is from 5,128,118 to 6,593,294. Given that the lower figure of 10% does not commonly take into account the first six weeks of gestation, the 20 to 30% range for SABr is more likely to encompass the true range of pregnancy of 5.8 to 6.6 million pregnant women in 2021 than the 10 to 20% figure that is commonly quoted. (Goldhaber, M. K., & Fireman, B. H. (1991). The fetal life table revisited: spontaneous abortion rates in three Kaiser Permanente cohorts. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.)2(1), 33–39. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2021664. Wilcox, A. J., Weinberg, C. R., O’Connor, J. F., Baird, D. D., Schlatterer, J. P., Canfield, R. E., Armstrong, E. G., & Nisula, B. C. (1988). Incidence of early loss of pregnancy. The New England Journal of Medicine319(4), 189–194. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3393170/)

This is a reasonable estimate when compared with the Guttmacher.org 2017 estimate of 5,573,550. (https://data.guttmacher.org/states/)

 

IV: Estimates of Pregnant Women (PW) Who Were Given LNP/mRNA in 2021

As of December 30, 2021, USA Facts provided the following numbers for the percent of the US population receiving COVID-19 gene therapy products.

US Total Vaccines 2021:
1 dose 73% 243,527,564
2 doses 62% 205,811,394
3 doses 20% 68,810,709

(https://usafacts.org/visualizations/covid-vaccine-tracker-states/)

 

The 20% and 30% estimates of SABr will be used to calculate the number of pregnant women injected with LNP/mRNA products in 2021. Appendix II gives the detail of these estimates.

Chart 3 illustrates ranges of values for rates of LNP/mRNA injection for the 20% and 30% SABr cases using 25%, 50%, and 100% of the general public rates (GPr) of inoculation.

Chart 3: All Trimesters

 

From this analysis, the estimated total number of pregnant women injected with one or two doses of LNP/mRNA during 2021 ranges from:

894,216 two doses at 25% general population vaccination rate

4,813,105 one dose at 100% of general population vaccination rate

The first trimester is the critical time when a fetus is at maximum risk for harms from various agents such as alcohol, pharmaceuticals, and radiation to give a few examples. (https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/the-first-trimester) The first trimester case is considered in Charts 4 and 5.

Chart 4: First Trimester Estimates

 

Even though no cautions were issued by government health care agencies or the medical establishment concerning first trimester injections of experimental LNP/mRNA gene products, obstetricians have historically been very cautious about recommending any medication during the first trimester of pregnancy. Therefore, the true number of pregnant women injected with at least one dose of LNP/mRNA during their first trimester is likely to have been in the mid- to lower-end of this range, 350,956 to 794,162.

Chart 5: Best Estimate of the Number of Pregnant Women Who Received One Does of LNP/mRNA During Their First Trimester

 

V. Discussion:

The crudeness of these estimates must be acknowledged. Some assumptions are built into this analysis that may be incorrect. Figures from 2021 will be used to update these calculations when they become available.

There is wide variation in the estimated number of pregnant women given LNP/mRNA during their pregnancies, but the potential is that as many as 4.8 million pregnant American women were injected in 2021 with at least 1 dose (see Chart 3) of LNP/mRNA during any trimester and up to 800,000 in the critical first trimester.

Unfortunately, US government health agencies have made no serious attempt to study the pregnant women who were injected with LNP/mRNA in 2021, and efforts must now be made to study the outcome of these pregnancies. (https://dailyclout.io/data-do-not-support-safety-of-mrna-covid-vaccination-for-pregnant-women/, https://dailyclout.io/report-40-2021-cdc-and-fda-misinformation-retroactive-editing-erroneous-spontaneous-abortion-rate-calculation-obfuscation-in-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine/)

Medical professionals must be surveyed to learn of the advice they gave to their pregnant patients, and the patients who received LNP/mRNA during their pregnancies must be located to determine outcomes.

At this point in time, the long-term effects of LNP/mRNA are unknown in the general population as well as in pregnant women. The latter group, however, represents a very special class, as not only are two human beings at risk but, even more profoundly if that is possible, future generations may have inherited experimental mRNA from their parents.

Already there is some evidence that synthetic mRNA can be translated into host DNA, which in turn can incorporate into the genome where it may produce a myriad of heritable and unwelcome biologic changes. (https://www.mdpi.com/1467-3045/44/3/73/htm)

In addition to the potential for generational transmission of synthetic, manmade genetic code, there are concerns over ongoing production of novel proteins that can lead to autoimmunity, the vascular disorders of clotting and embolus, dysregulation of oncogenes and cancers, myeloproliferative disorders, and the various expressions of prion disease including degenerative neurologic disease. (https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/why-spike-protein-causes-abnormal-blood-clots-200-symptoms_4842684.html, https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/more-adverse-events-its-time-to-halt-covid-vaccine-recommendations-for-pregnant-women_4824656.html, https://www.theepochtimes.com/spike-protein-in-covid-19-vaccines-triggering-cancers-and-clots-pathologist-dr-ryan-cole_4820381.html)

At this point, the damage has been done. The experiment, like a bold journey into an unknown and potentially hostile realm, has launched. The means to study the effects of these novel gene therapy products exist but have been severely suppressed by an unseen and powerful international agent that seemingly acts in its own interest and not that of humanity. Not since the era of the Third Reich has the world witnessed diabolic intent on this level.

To a large degree, the medical profession was not politicized but politics were medicalized.”

(E. Ernst, Commentary: The Third Reich—German physicians between resistance and participation,  International Journal of Epidemiology, Volume 30, Issue 1, February 2001, Pages 37–42, https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/30.1.37)

 

Appendix I: Calculation of Spontaneous Abortion (Miscarriage)

Definitions:

  • FL20 = Fetal loss at 20 weeks or later, also called Stillbirth.
  • LB = Live Births.
  • P = Pregnancies.
  • SAB = Spontaneous Abortions, also called Miscarriages, defined as spontaneous fetal loss before 20 weeks.
  • SABr = Rate of Spontaneous Abortion or SAB/P.
  • TAB = Therapeutic Abortions; abortions that involve assistance from the medical profession and are done electively, urgently and emergently.
  • Total Fetal Loss; the sum of (FL20 + SAB + TAB).

P = LB + TAB + SAB + FL20

TFL = TAB + SAB + FL20 

P = LB + TFL

 

Data Sources LB, TAB & FL20:

LB =     3,664,292       2021 Data from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/databriefs/db442.pdf

TAB =     930,160        2020 Data from Guttmacher  https://www.guttmacher.org/united-states/abortion

FL20 =        20,854      2020 Data from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr71/nvsr71-04.pdf

 

SAB: A consistent source for SAB has not been located. Here it is calculated as follows:

SAB = r * P

Where r is the rate of SAB or SABr.

 

Pregnancies are calculated as follows:

P = LB + TAB + SAB + FL20

P = LB + TAB + (r *P) + FL20

P – (r * P) = (LB + TAB + FL20)

(1-r) * P = (LB + TAB + FL20)

P = (LB + TAB + FL20)/(1-r)

 

Fetal loss does not occur linearly during gestation but rather is front-end loaded with most SABs occurring during the initial 20 weeks of gestation.

The first six weeks after conception are problematic with respect to recognizing pregnancy itself and loss of the conceptus. Measurement of hormone levels has disclosed a higher rate of miscarriage than observation alone. The range of rates miscarriage has been estimated to be 10 to 30 percent of pregnancies. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK560521/

Chart 6: Number of Pregnancies in 2021

 

The range of estimated pregnancies in 2021 is from 5,128,118 to 6,593,294. The range of 5,769,133 to 6,593,294 is considered to more accurately account for the first six weeks, as discussed earlier, than the 10 percent rate and will be used herein.

Estimated Pregnancies in 2021 =

5.8 to 6.6 million

 

Appendix II: Estimated Number of Pregnant Women Injected with LNP/mRNA in 2021

The 20% and 30% SABr cases will be considered further:

SABr = 20% 30%
P = 5,769,133 6,593,294
20% SABr
100% GPr* % Vaxed Total PW vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.73 4,211,467 1,403,822
2 doses 0.62 3,576,862 1,192,287
3 doses 0.20 1,153,827 384,609
50% GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.37 2,105,733 694,892
2 doses 0.31 1,788,431 590,182
3 doses 0.10 576,913 190,381
25% GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.18 1,052,867 350,956
2 doses 0.16 894,216 295,091
3 doses 0.05 288,457 95,191

*GPr = the rate of vaccination for the General Public as reported by (https://usafacts.org/visualizations/covid-vaccine-tracker-states/):

30% SABr
100 % GPr* % Vaxed Total PW vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.73 4,813,105 1,604,368
2 doses 0.62 4,087,842 1,362,614
3 doses 0.20 1,318,659 439,553
50 % GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.37 2,406,552 794,162
2 doses 0.31 2,043,921 674,494
3 doses 0.10 659,329 217,579
25 % GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.18 1,203,276 401,092
2 doses 0.16 1,021,961 340,654
3 doses 0.05 329,665 108,789

*GPr = General Public Rate

 

Appendix III: Estimated Number of Pregnant Women Injected in 2021 with LNP/mRNA in the First Trimester.

First Trimester
1 Dose 20% SABs 30% SABs
 100% GPr* 1,403,822 1,604,368
50% GPr* 694,892 794,162
25% GPr* 350,955 401,092
Range 350,955.56 1,604,368
 

 

2 Doses 20% SABs 30% SABs
 100% GPr* 1,192,287 1,362,614
50% GPr* 590,182 674,494
25% GPr* 295,091 340,654
Range 295,091 1,362,614

*GPr = General Public Rate

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Report 46: How Many Pregnant Women Receiving LNP/mRNA via COVID-19 Vaccine During the Year 2021? Only Estimates Are Available.

Shockingly, as 2022 comes to a close and the world reaches the two-year mark of experimental COVID-19 vaccines being available to the general public, the scientific and medical communities, as well as everyday citizens, still have very little information about the effects of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines on pregnant women and their babies. Public health agencies seem unconcerned about the possible effects of lipid nanoparticles (LNP) and mRNA on recipients of the vaccines, including on pregnant women who were previously treated as a special class of patient to not be given most medications and, especially, not experimental ones. How many unborn babies have been lost to this worldwide scientific experiment? No one knows for sure given the lack of vigorous pharmacovigilance following the LNP/mRNA vaccine rollout. However, birth rates are plummeting in highly mRNA COVID vaccinated countries (https://igorchudov.substack.com/p/hungary-most-vaccinated-counties), and the responsible approach is to continue to seek answers to how what appears to be a genocide in progress is still being allowed to happen.

 

I: Searching for the Denominator

 

Prospective studies of pregnant women who received lipid nanoparticle plus messenger ribonucleic acid (LNP/mRNA) injections for prevention of COVID-19 during 2021 were scant, leading to difficulty in computing rates of spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, congenital anomaly, perinatal fatality, prematurity and small gestational size.

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published the results of their surveillance of pregnant women in 2021. (https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2104983?query=recirc_curatedRelated_article)

 

Using the v-safe registry, Shimabukuro, et al. reported on 35,691 pregnant women who received at least one dose of LNP/mRNA during pregnancy. Of these, 3,958 were included in the Pregnancy Registry, and 127 were identified as having been inoculated during their first two trimesters and then completed their pregnancies.

 

These numbers were published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in April, June, and October of 2021 with no additional entries or expansion of the data set other than a separate subject group reported by Zauche, et al. in August of 2021. The Zauche, et al. data set only had data through 20 weeks gestation, did not include the first six weeks of gestation, and was a small, non-representative sample that was not updated as the pregnancies proceeded to term. (https://dailyclout.io/data-do-not-support-safety-of-mrna-covid-vaccination-for-pregnant-women/, https://dailyclout.io/report-40-2021-cdc-and-fda-misinformation-retroactive-editing-erroneous-spontaneous-abortion-rate-calculation-obfuscation-in-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine/, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2021664/%5d, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3393170/, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK560521/)

 

Unfortunately, the rates of spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, congenital anomaly, perinatal fatality, and small gestational size could not be calculated since a suitable denominator was not available. (https://dailyclout.io/report-40-2021-cdc-and-fda-misinformation-retroactive-editing-erroneous-spontaneous-abortion-rate-calculation-obfuscation-in-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine/)

 

The takeaway from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reporting is that there was no useful surveillance of pregnant women who received the genetic therapy represented by BNT162b2, Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine, and/or mRNA1273, Moderna’s mRNA COVID vaccine, that would allow determination of safety of these products during pregnancy.

 

The question arises as to how many American pregnant women were injected during 2021, the first full year of Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of mRNA COVID vaccines.

 

What follows is an attempt to answer that question by computation, as the actual data has not been made available, if it even exists.

 

II: Definitions:

  • FL20 = Fetal loss at 20 weeks or later, also called Stillbirth.
  • LB = Live Births.
  • P = Pregnancies.
  • SAB = Spontaneous Abortions, also called Miscarriage, defined as spontaneous fetal loss before 20 weeks.
  • SABr = Rate of Spontaneous Abortion or SAB/P
  • TAB = Therapeutic Abortions; abortions that involve assistance from the medical profession and are done electively, urgently and emergently.
  • TFL = Total Fetal Loss; the sum of (FL20 + SAB + TAB).

 

III. Calculation of the Number of Pregnancies in 2021 (See Appendix I)

 

Pregnancies (P) are the sum of the number of live births (LB), therapeutic abortions (TAB), spontaneous abortions (SAB), and fetal loss at 20 weeks or later (FL20):

 

P = LB + TAB + FL20 + SAB

Total Fetal Loss (TFL) = TAB + FL20 + SAB

P = LB + TFL

 

A. 2021 Live Births:

 

According to the CDC (https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/databriefs/db442.pdf), there were 3,664,292 live births in 2021, up 1% from 2020 and down 2% from 2019. Figure 1.

 

B. 2020 Therapeutic Abortions (TAB):

 

The CDC estimates the number of therapeutic abortions in 2019 as 625,346, while the Guttmacher Institute estimated the number the last year data were available in 2020 to be 930,160. (https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2022/06/24/what-the-data-says-about-abortion-in-the-u-s-2/ft_2022-06-23_abortiondata_01/)

 

Figure 2 displays the discrepancy between the estimates of therapeutic abortions from the CDC and the Guttmacher Institute.

 

Figure 2: US TABs

 

This discrepancy is explained as follows:

“The Guttmacher Institute compiles its figures after contacting every known provider of abortions – clinics, hospitals and physicians’ offices – in the country. It uses questionnaires and health department data, and it provides estimates for abortion providers that don’t respond to its inquiries. In part because Guttmacher includes figures (and in some instances, estimates) from all 50 states, its totals are higher than the CDC’s.” (https://www.guttmacher.org/united-states/abortion)

 

Guttmacher TAB estimates are used in this article as they are more complete than those from the CDC.

 

Chart 1 illustrates a 42% decline in therapeutic abortions from their peak at 1.6 million in 1990 compared with 930,000 in 2020 and 46% from the peak in 1990 to a modern low in 2017 of 862,000.

 

Chart 1: Decline in TABs Since 2000.

 

C. Fetal Loss at 20 Weeks or Later (FL20) (Stillbirths):

 

2020 Data from the CDC gives the FL20 as 20,854

(https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr71/nvsr71-04.pdf)

 

D. Pregnancy and Spontaneous Abortion Calculation:

 

Spontaneous abortions are estimated to occur in 10 to 30 percent of pregnancies:

 

“Vaginal bleeding before twenty weeks of gestation occurs in up to 20% of pregnancies, and 50% of these cases will have a spontaneous abortion. Overall, 10-20% of clinically recognized pregnancies will end in early pregnancy loss. However, these statistics likely underestimate the true incidence of spontaneous abortion, as many miscarriages occur before a mother realizes she is pregnant and is simply mistaken as heavy, late menses. As a result, the true incidence of spontaneous abortion may be closer to 30%.” (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK560521/)

 

Given the variance in reported SABr, calculations were made using 10%, 20% and 30% in estimating the number of pregnancies in 2021.

 

A tool (Appendix I) to calculate a value for pregnancies was developed using the following equation,

 

P = (LB + TAB + FL20)/(1-r)

 

Where r = SABr, the rate of spontaneous abortion. r values considered here are 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3 for 10%, 20% and 30%.

 

Chart 2: Estimated Number of Pregnancies in 2021

 

The range in the estimated number of pregnancies in 2021 is from 5,128,118 to 6,593,294. Given that the lower figure of 10% does not commonly take into account the first six weeks of gestation, the 20 to 30% range for SABr is more likely to encompass the true range of pregnancy of 5.8 to 6.6 million pregnant women in 2021 than the 10 to 20% figure that is commonly quoted. (Goldhaber, M. K., & Fireman, B. H. (1991). The fetal life table revisited: spontaneous abortion rates in three Kaiser Permanente cohorts. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.)2(1), 33–39. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2021664. Wilcox, A. J., Weinberg, C. R., O’Connor, J. F., Baird, D. D., Schlatterer, J. P., Canfield, R. E., Armstrong, E. G., & Nisula, B. C. (1988). Incidence of early loss of pregnancy. The New England Journal of Medicine319(4), 189–194. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/3393170/)

 

This is a reasonable estimate when compared with the Guttmacher.org 2017 estimate of 5,573,550. (https://data.guttmacher.org/states/)

 

IV: Estimates of Pregnant Women (PW) Who Were Given LNP/mRNA in 2021

 

As of December 30, 2021, USA Facts provided the following numbers for the percent of the US population receiving COVID-19 gene therapy products.

US Total Vaccines 2021:
1 dose 73% 243,527,564
2 doses 62% 205,811,394
3 doses 20% 68,810,709

(https://usafacts.org/visualizations/covid-vaccine-tracker-states/)

 

The 20% and 30% estimates of SABr will be used to calculate the number of pregnant women injected with LNP/mRNA products in 2021. Appendix II gives the detail of these estimates.

 

Chart 3 illustrates ranges of values for rates of LNP/mRNA injection for the 20% and 30% SABr cases using 25%, 50%, and 100% of the general public rates (GPr) of inoculation.

 

Chart 3: All Trimesters

From this analysis, the estimated total number of pregnant women injected with one or two doses of LNP/mRNA during 2021 ranges from:

894,216 two doses at 25% general population vaccination rate

4,813,105 one dose at 100% of general population vaccination rate

 

The first trimester is the critical time when a fetus is at maximum risk for harms from various agents such as alcohol, pharmaceuticals, and radiation to give a few examples. (https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/the-first-trimester) The first trimester case is considered in Charts 4 and 5.

 

Chart 4: First Trimester Estimates

 

Even though no cautions were issued by government health care agencies or the medical establishment concerning first trimester injections of experimental LNP/mRNA gene products, obstetricians have historically been very cautious about recommending any medication during the first trimester of pregnancy. Therefore, the true number of pregnant women injected with at least one dose of LNP/mRNA during their first trimester is likely to have been in the mid- to lower-end of this range, 350,956 to 794,162.

 

Chart 5: Best Estimate of the Number of Pregnant Women Who Received One Does of LNP/mRNA During Their First Trimester

 

V. Discussion:

 

The crudeness of these estimates must be acknowledged. Some assumptions are built into this analysis that may be incorrect. Figures from 2021 will be used to update these calculations when they become available.

 

There is wide variation in the estimated number of pregnant women given LNP/mRNA during their pregnancies, but the potential is that as many as 4.8 million pregnant American women were injected in 2021 with at least 1 dose (see Chart 3) of LNP/mRNA during any trimester and up to 800,000 in the critical first trimester.

 

Unfortunately, US government health agencies have made no serious attempt to study the pregnant women who were injected with LNP/mRNA in 2021, and efforts must now be made to study the outcome of these pregnancies. (https://dailyclout.io/data-do-not-support-safety-of-mrna-covid-vaccination-for-pregnant-women/, https://dailyclout.io/report-40-2021-cdc-and-fda-misinformation-retroactive-editing-erroneous-spontaneous-abortion-rate-calculation-obfuscation-in-the-new-england-journal-of-medicine/)

 

Medical professionals must be surveyed to learn of the advice they gave to their pregnant patients, and the patients who received LNP/mRNA during their pregnancies must be located to determine outcomes.

 

At this point in time, the long-term effects of LNP/mRNA are unknown in the general population as well as in pregnant women. The latter group, however, represents a very special class, as not only are two human beings at risk but, even more profoundly if that is possible, future generations may have inherited experimental mRNA from their parents.

 

Already there is some evidence that synthetic mRNA can be translated into host DNA, which in turn can incorporate into the genome where it may produce a myriad of heritable and unwelcome biologic changes. (https://www.mdpi.com/1467-3045/44/3/73/htm)

 

In addition to the potential for generational transmission of synthetic, manmade genetic code, there are concerns over ongoing production of novel proteins that can lead to autoimmunity, the vascular disorders of clotting and embolus, dysregulation of oncogenes and cancers, myeloproliferative disorders, and the various expressions of prion disease including degenerative neurologic disease. (https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/why-spike-protein-causes-abnormal-blood-clots-200-symptoms_4842684.html, https://www.theepochtimes.com/health/more-adverse-events-its-time-to-halt-covid-vaccine-recommendations-for-pregnant-women_4824656.html, https://www.theepochtimes.com/spike-protein-in-covid-19-vaccines-triggering-cancers-and-clots-pathologist-dr-ryan-cole_4820381.html)

 

At this point, the damage has been done. The experiment, like a bold journey into an unknown and potentially hostile realm, has launched. The means to study the effects of these novel gene therapy products exist but have been severely suppressed by an unseen and powerful international agent that seemingly acts in its own interest and not that of humanity. Not since the era of the Third Reich has the world witnessed diabolic intent on this level.

 

To a large degree, the medical profession was not politicized but politics were medicalized.”

(E. Ernst, Commentary: The Third Reich—German physicians between resistance and participation,  International Journal of Epidemiology, Volume 30, Issue 1, February 2001, Pages 37–42, https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/30.1.37)

 

 

Appendix I: Calculation of Spontaneous Abortion (Miscarriage)

 

Definitions:

  • FL20 = Fetal loss at 20 weeks or later, also called Stillbirth.
  • LB = Live Births.
  • P = Pregnancies.
  • SAB = Spontaneous Abortions, also called Miscarriages, defined as spontaneous fetal loss before 20 weeks.
  • SABr = Rate of Spontaneous Abortion or SAB/P.
  • TAB = Therapeutic Abortions; abortions that involve assistance from the medical profession and are done electively, urgently and emergently.
  • Total Fetal Loss; the sum of (FL20 + SAB + TAB).

 

P = LB + TAB + SAB + FL20

TFL = TAB + SAB + FL20

 

P = LB + TFL

 

Data Sources LB, TAB & FL20:

 

LB =     3,664,292       2021 Data from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/databriefs/db442.pdf

TAB =     930,160        2020 Data from Guttmacher  https://www.guttmacher.org/united-states/abortion

FL20 =        20,854      2020 Data from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr71/nvsr71-04.pdf

 

SAB: A consistent source for SAB has not been located. Here it is calculated as follows:

 

SAB = r * P

 

Where r is the rate of SAB or SABr.

 

Pregnancies are calculated as follows:

 

P = LB + TAB + SAB + FL20

P = LB + TAB + (r *P) + FL20

P – (r * P) = (LB + TAB + FL20)

(1-r) * P = (LB + TAB + FL20)

P = (LB + TAB + FL20)/(1-r)

 

Fetal loss does not occur linearly during gestation but rather is front-end loaded with most SABs occurring during the initial 20 weeks of gestation.

 

The first six weeks after conception are problematic with respect to recognizing pregnancy itself and loss of the conceptus. Measurement of hormone levels has disclosed a higher rate of miscarriage than observation alone. The range of rates miscarriage has been estimated to be 10 to 30 percent of pregnancies. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK560521/

 

Chart 6: Number of Pregnancies in 2021

 

The range of estimated pregnancies in 2021 is from 5,128,118 to 6,593,294. The range of 5,769,133 to 6,593,294 is considered to more accurately account for the first six weeks, as discussed earlier, than the 10 percent rate and will be used herein.

 

Estimated Pregnancies in 2021 =

5.8 to 6.6 million

 

Appendix II: Estimated Number of Pregnant Women Injected with LNP/mRNA in 2021

 

The 20% and 30% SABr cases will be considered further:

SABr = 20% 30%
P = 5,769,133 6,593,294
20% SABr
100% GPr* % Vaxed Total PW vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.73 4,211,467 1,403,822
2 doses 0.62 3,576,862 1,192,287
3 doses 0.20 1,153,827 384,609
50% GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.37 2,105,733 694,892
2 doses 0.31 1,788,431 590,182
3 doses 0.10 576,913 190,381
25% GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.18 1,052,867 350,956
2 doses 0.16 894,216 295,091
3 doses 0.05 288,457 95,191

*GPr = the rate of vaccination for the General Public as reported by (https://usafacts.org/visualizations/covid-vaccine-tracker-states/):

30% SABr
100 % GPr* % Vaxed Total PW vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.73 4,813,105 1,604,368
2 doses 0.62 4,087,842 1,362,614
3 doses 0.20 1,318,659 439,553
50 % GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.37 2,406,552 794,162
2 doses 0.31 2,043,921 674,494
3 doses 0.10 659,329 217,579
25 % GPr* % Vaxed Total PW Vaxed Equal by Trimester
1 dose 0.18 1,203,276 401,092
2 doses 0.16 1,021,961 340,654
3 doses 0.05 329,665 108,789

*GPr = General Public Rate

 

 

Appendix III: Estimated Number of Pregnant Women Injected in 2021 with LNP/mRNA in the First Trimester.

First Trimester
1 Dose 20% SABs 30% SABs
 100% GPr* 1,403,822 1,604,368
50% GPr* 694,892 794,162
25% GPr* 350,955 401,092
Range 350,955.56 1,604,368
 

 

2 Doses 20% SABs 30% SABs
 100% GPr* 1,192,287 1,362,614
50% GPr* 590,182 674,494
25% GPr* 295,091 340,654
Range 295,091 1,362,614

*GPr = General Public Rate

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Letter to Park County, Wyoming, Attorney General: Consider State Criminal Investigation of CDC Officials for Criminal Reckless Endangerment

Attorney Edward A. Berkovich wrote a November 12, 2022, letter to Park County, Wyoming, Attorney General, Bryan A. Skoric, asking him to consider investigating, screening, and filing against Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials under Wyoming Statutes, section 6-2-504 (reckless endangerment) for their three-month delay in reporting on the statistically significant incidence of myocarditis following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination.

 

The letter Mr. Berkovich references having sent to his own state Attorney General in Utah may be read here.

 


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