Pfizer Classified Miscarriages as Resolved Adverse Reactions in Trial Data
"Most Adverse Reactions are Mild and Temporary"
I’ve been reading about the various ways that vaccine manufacturers load the dice in clinical trial data for over a decade. A great deal of it involves medical gaslighting when adverse events do occur. Teenage girls who were given Merck’s Gardasil vaccine who suffered adverse reactions were instructed to be told it was all in their head, as one nefarious example.
Reclassifying adverse events in trial data as less severe than they actually were is another way to do this. Deaths that occur months or years later from a vaccine injury can be cut off if the jab manufacturers keep the trial duration short enough that they don’t show up. In the case of Maddie de Garay’s likely permanent paralysis from the Pfizer Covid jab during the trial, the event was listed as abdominal pain. A lot of clinical words are used to hide the bodies of people who suffer for years and whose lives are never the same after vaccine injury. Many can no longer work and quit their jobs and in many cases family members become full time caretakers, sometimes also having to quit their jobs to do so.
I think this one as reported by Dr. Naomi Wolf takes the cake though. Women who miscarried after the Pfizer jab had the event classified as “resolved.” This would allow them to classify the death of a child after the vaccine as a temporary effect. That seems pretty heinous:
I’m sort of happy for all of the tags on twitter. I think Pfizer withdrew advertising from the blue bird not because of Elon Musk, but because their reputation is getting trashed over there. That is true for other vaccine makers such as Moderna (not as much on more obscure ones such as Novavax), Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab, the WEF, the Great Reset, Vaccines and of course Died Suddenly. I would not be displaying my credentials if I worked at these companies now. I’m not sure I’d be advertising that I was a doctor unless I was getting to the other side of the narrative and fast.
When can the tribunals start, again?