Americans are quickly losing all confidence and trust in Dr. Anthony Fauci and the CDC. After disclosing part of what many already believed to be true — that COVID vaccines induce menstrual irregularities, Fauci was sharply criticized by physicians across the country for encouraging pregnant women to be vaccinated without adequate safety testing of the vaccines.
The results of multiple studies, and now, Fauci himself, contradict what the CDC continues to say — that “there is currently no evidence that vaccine ingredients or antibodies made following COVID-19 vaccination would cause any problems with becoming pregnant now or in the future.”
In recent weeks, Fauci has tried to walk back previous assurance regarding the safety, side effects and efficacy of the COVID protocols he advocated. After admitting that masks are “not really effective” and vaccines do not protect “overly well,” Fauci now admits that vaccines negatively impact women’s menstrual cycles.
Fauci assures, however, that the impact is “quite transient and temporary.”
Appearing on Fox News, Fauci said, “Well, the menstrual thing is something that seems to be quite transient and temporary, that’s one of the points.”
A master at the slow drip of truth and misinformation, Fauci declined to say more, stating only, “We need to study it more.”
Professional criticism of Fauci’s policies and medical conclusions are mounting. Dr. Christiane Northrup MD, a former fellow in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, told The Epoch Times:
“Unfortunately, the menstrual problems we are seeing are far from transient and temporary. Many women have been bleeding daily or having heavy, irregular, painful periods for an entire year. And some of these are well past menopause. Something is way off here.”
The Epoch Times report also noted the comments of Dr. James Thorp, an “extensively published 69-year-old physician MD board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as maternal-fetal medicine, who has been practicing obstetrics for over 42 years”:
“The significant and dramatic changes in menstrual patterns occurring after COVID-19 vaccines should not be marginalized. It is indicative of major adverse effects on women of reproductive age. The stakeholders claimed that the vaccine would remain at the injection site in the deltoid muscle. This was misinformation.”
Internal documents from Pfizer, obtained via the Freedom of Information Act, show a “118-fold increase in the concentration of LNPs from the time of injection to 48 hours.”
The Epoch Times reports Thorp saying: “The LNP’s are known to include toxic substances including polyethylene glycol and pseudo-uridinated mRNA. The limited number of ovum in the ovaries (about 1 million) are exposed to potentially toxic substances and could potentially have catastrophic effects on human reproduction.”
In a further rebuke, Thorp said, “The stakeholders claimed that the pseudo-uridinated mRNA could not be reverse transcribed into the human DNA. This was misinformation.”
Thorp’s conclusion is supported by a notable Swedish study published in February 2022.
Thorp, former Pfizer VP Michael Yeadon, and many others fear what Fauci may walk back next. Many speculate Fauci and key leaders at the CDC and FDA are aware of evidence showing the vaccine is dangerous to pregnant women.
Thorp said: “This is proven not only by VAERS but also by Pfizer’s own internal document ‘Pfizer 5.3.6 post-marketing experience.’”
The Pfizer 5.3.6 document noted that within the first 90 days of trials there were 1,223 deaths, multiple severe adverse effects and a 45 percent complication rate in pregnancy cases (274) that occurred in vaccinated mothers (124). Unbelievably, the vaccines were approved.
Thorp contends the danger of current COVID vaccine components were known as early as 2012, due to a study which showed “a high local accumulation of nanoparticles, nanocapsules and nanoemulsions in specific locations of the ovaries was found in all [test subject] animals.”
According to the Epoch Times report, Yeadon also believes the pharmaceutical industry “definitely knew” since 2012 that the lipid nanoparticles would accumulate in the ovaries of women that took the vaccines.
Yeadon asserts: “No one in the industry or in leading media could claim ‘they didn’t know about these risks to a successful pregnancy.’”
Tiffany Parotto, the lead researcher of MyCycleStory, coordinated a survey of women who received one or more COVID vaccines. Her survey found that not only had many women experienced problems but that big tech companies, notably Facebook, heavily censored information on this subject. Facebook reportedly deleted at least 21,000 posts where women discussed their menstrual irregularities.
The Epoch Times reports that Fauci’s office did not respond to a request for comment.