Gynecologist Dr. Kimberly Biss reports that the number of abortions at her practice has increased since the vaccination campaign against COVID-19 began. He had “never seen anything like it before”. But health officials have refused to recognize the dangers of experimental gene injections for pregnant women.
Experimental gene shots from Pfizer and Moderna have been sold by health officials as “safe” when it comes to pregnant women. This is despite previous study data pointing to an increase in complications and miscarriages or stillbirths. Report24 has repeatedly drawn attention to this in the past (for example here and here). More and more doctors are waking up and recognizing the dangers of mRNA injections to unborn life.
Gynecologist Dr. Kimberly Biss says the same thing. He recently told a hearing before the US Congress that their abortion rate in 2020 was about four percent. In the first year of vaccination i.e. 2021, this rate doubled to seven to eight percent. The climax came in November 2021, when a non-clinical staff member came to him and said: “Dr. Biss, you know we had eight abortions this month,” which is a lot for a practice that typically performs 20 to 25 deliveries. The monthly average till November in 2022 was a full 15 percent. In December – immediately after the autumn/winter booster – 13 of 41 newly admitted patients lost their children. Could this be a coincidence?
The main thing is that the media has announced that, according to a study, Covid vaccination does not increase the risk of early miscarriage “in men or women” (yes, you read that right…). VAERS data also shows a significant increase in numbers, more than 30 percent. According to the CDC, 11 to 16 percent is normal. This is shown by comprehensive reports with all significant sources here and here.
This shows that there are certainly large discrepancies between the individual numbers. Pfizer’s own clinical trials showed a significant increase in miscarriages, but a later published study claims the opposite. One gynecologist reports a significant increase in abortion rates in his practice, as shown by the VAERS Vaccine Side Effects Database, but reportedly no increase in abortions in the United States. However, at the same time, the birth rate is falling – as shown by an example from Philadelphia, where rewards are also promised to pregnant women.
However you twist and turn it: Since the rollout of the controversial and experimental mRNA vaccines against COVID-19, there have been repeated reports of a sharp increase in problems with menstruation and fertility, as well as miscarriages and stillbirths. Please use our internal search function – the sheer volume of reports and studies is too numerous to link here. Once you read all these statistics and facts, you will probably understand why there is so much hype about this.
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