Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Pig Flu Vaccine Killing Fetuses?

Here's the story:

(NaturalNews) Recent data presented to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Advisory Committee on Children's Vaccines has revealed some shocking information about the effects of the H1N1 / swine flu vaccine on pregnant women. According to the report, the rate of miscarriage among pregnant women during the 2009 H1N1 / swine flu pandemic soared by over 700 percent compared to previous years, pointing directly to the vaccine as the culprit -- but the CDC denies the truth and continues to insist nobody has been harmed.

According to the CDC, nearly 50 percent of all pregnant women were vaccinated with the H1N1 vaccine during the 2009 / 2010 influenza season.

Hah! It's all from the CDC's own data. They've been hoist on their own petard.

Of course, it's not so funny for these poor women who *trusted* their Moronic doctors apparatchiks.

Recall that only a few weeks ago I was attacked with a *study* from a swine-flu-enthusiast doctor that asserted flu shots were perfectly safe for pregnant women. I guess, in fairness, perhaps that study didn't think the fetus worthy of consideration!

If you read the whole story (link above) you'll see that despite appalling evidence (from its own data!) that the pig flu vaccines might be killing babies....that Big Government is still in denial and still pushing these rushed-to-market, untested, and unnecessary shots on pregnant women.

I'm sure it won't be long before the *experts* spin this to:

"Actually, it's the pig flu that's causing's so lethal that in can sometimes defy we need stronger vaccines, more widely distributed, pronto!"

1 comment:

Rebecca said...

I don't know about that, but I can tell you that the vaccine is definitely not 100%. My mother is an OBGYN, and during the height of the swine flu panic she lost one of her patients to H1N1. This lady was pregnant, and got the vaccine very early on, then came down with the flu anyway a few months later. She was airlifted to Sacred Heart and died. It was very sad.

Personally, I didn't bother with the vaccine. I'm in college, and it was hilarious listening to my classmates hysterics. They didn't seem to realize that they were much more likely to get in a fatal car wreck on the way home than contracting and dying from the flu.