Two prominent medical professionals are raising red flags over the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines in children, in pregnant women, and in those who have previously caught the coronavirus and now have antibodies. There are alarming reports in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) of healthy children dying shortly after being vaccinated, the doctors say.
Also, multiple studies are showing higher rates of adverse effects in people who have recovered from the virus, and the vaccine is not proven to be safe for pregnant women, especially those in their first trimester, according to the doctors.
Dr. Peter McCullough, an American professor of epidemiology at Baylor University, and Dr. Harvey Risch, professor at the Yale School of Public Health appeared on Fox News’ “Ingraham Angle” Thursday night to voice their concerns regarding these issues.
McCullough told host Laura Ingraham that randomized vaccine trials excluded individuals with COVID-19 antibodies, so we don’t know if the vaccine is safe for those people. McCullough also pointed out that there have been no studies demonstrating the clinical benefit of vaccinating these people.
“Now two studies out of the United Kingdom and one out of New York City show higher rates of vaccine-averse events when COVID-19 recovered patients are needlessly vaccinated,” the doctor said. Because of this, McCullough told Ingraham, it is “contraindicated” for these patients to receive the vaccine. “No evidence of benefit, and only evidence of harm,” he explained.
Additionally, researchers have just released alarming findings from a study involving 13 participants who received two doses of mRNA-1273 vaccine.
The Harvard study found that the vaccine’s spike proteins may enter the bloodstream of an individual after their T-cells—the white blood cells that fight off infections in healthy immune systems—destroy the cells that contain them.
The spike protein is what gives the coronavirus family of viruses their name. The spikes jut out from the surface of the spherical virus, giving it a crown-like halo, hence “corona.” Researchers have also known for a long time that the spike protein is the business end of these viruses, it is what gives the virus its ability to target, latch onto, and enter the cells that it infects. Mutations in the spike protein are also what determine different variants of SARS-CoV-2, and can alter its ability to infect and cause harm.
The spike proteins produced by the vaccines were said to be of no threat to the vaccinated individual because they weren’t supposed to leave the cells that make them.
According to the Harvard researchers, “11 of 13 participants showed detectable levels of SARS-CoV-2 protein as early as day one after first vaccine injection.” They concluded: “The clinical relevance of this finding is unknown and should be further explored.”
Hey, remember how all the smart people told you the vaccines were supery-dupery safe because those nasty-ass (technical term) spike proteins they make would never actually leave the cells that make them?
Turns out that's… less than entirely accurate.https://t.co/JJKdmOB4fU
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) May 21, 2021
Anthony Fauci, the director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and Biden’s chief medical advisor, is now recommending that children as young as 4-years-old receive the experimental COVID-19 vaccines, and has set a goal to start vaccinating the youths by the end of the year.
Ingraham asked Risch if it was irresponsible to push an experimental vaccine on kids.
The doctor said that it was “irrational” because young children do not get particularly sick with the COVID, and don’t spread the virus, “so neither they, or the society around them have an interest in vaccinating them.”
Risch said that there are concerning reports in the VAERS database of youths dying shortly after receiving the jab.
“Now we’ve started to see in the VAERS database 15-year-old children getting heart attacks, two-year-olds dying a day after the vaccination, a six month-old dying from her mother’s vaccination through breastmilk,” he said. “So children have no reason to die from vaccination.”
Risch said in an interview last month, that the majority of people now coming down with the coronavirus are those who have been vaccinated against it.
“Clinicians have been telling me that more than half of the new COVID cases that they’re treating are people who have been vaccinated,” he said on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” program. “They’ve estimated that more than 60 percent of the new cases that they are treating—COVID cases—have been people who have been vaccinated,” Risch said in April.
McCullough recommended that the CDC set up two standard committees to investigate whether the vaccines are doing more harm than good.
“Now we’re seeing really alarming rates of harm in the adverse event reporting system, so the CDC really immediately needs to have an external, unbiased, event adjudication committee and data safety monitoring committee as it would in any clinical investigation,” he said.
It’s doubtful, however, that the CDC will take that action. Instead, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky has recommended that pregnant women to get the jab, even though pregnant women were not used in the clinical trials for the vaccines.
“We haven’t even studied long enough to know the outcomes from first trimester vaccinations,” Risch said. “We don’t know what happens to their offspring.”
Risch explained that there are risks of stillbirths and genetic defects if a woman has a fever in the first three months of pregnancy. Fever is a common side effect people experience after they’ve been vaccinated.
Both doctors were early advocates for the use of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the coronavirus.
Thousands of lives—perhaps as many as 100,000—could have been saved if certain research had not been suppressed and treatments like hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin had been made available to patients, according to a new report.
“In a recent working paper analyzing the determinants of COVID-19 fatalities, the authors—Michigan State University economics professor Mark Skidmore and co-author Hideki Toya—estimated ‘if the U.S. had made [hydroxychloroquine] widely available early on, 80,000 to 100,000 lives could have been saved,’” lamented Dr. Pierre Kory, a critical care specialist at the University of Wisconsin.
President Trump famously touted the promising treatment during a press conference, last May, and encouraged its use to treat the coronavirus. Instead, the medical establishment, and the corporate media did everything it could to suppress the use of the safe, inexpensive, and effective treatment for COVID-19.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misidentified Peter McCullough’s institutional affiliation. He is currently a professor at Baylor University.