In January 2022, Pfizer and the FDA were ordered by a US court to release documents relating to the COVID ‘vaccine’.
The two entities had previously sought permission to keep them secret from the public until 2096.
The latest tranche was released last month.
Researchers around the world have been pouring over the thousands of documents, with one in particular catching the attention of medical experts and investigative journalists – entitled ‘Pregnancy and Lactation Cumulative Review’.
Guy Hatchard’s latest opinion published on DTNZ characterised the Pfizer research outcomes as ‘appalling’ for babies and mothers.
These outcomes were known to Pfizer and the FDA just as the worldwide vaccine roll-out began.
Women’s health experts and COVID vaccine proponents in New Zealand assured kiwi mums the vaccine would remain localised to the injection site, and would never cross over the placenta or be found in breast milk. The mRNA, they said, would breakdown in the body in a matter of hours, and even if it was in breast milk it was perfectly ‘safe’.
However, the new Pfizer documents reveal the opposite was true.
By the 28th of February 2021 the company and the FDA knew the vaccine crossed the placenta and was present in breast milk, and that the range and number of adverse events for unborn children, babies and mothers were significant.
‘Over half of the pregnancy cases reporting adverse events, including spontaneous abortion (miscarriage)… These monsters [ie. Pfizer] looked at whether babies would get sick and die, or at least whether the foetuses would spontaneously abort, and they did, and they saw that they did, and they kept going. This was just three months into the roll-out. They looked at whether babes would get sick from nursing mothers, and they saw that they did, and they kept going,’ researcher Dr. Naomi Woolf told independent news outlet Redacted.
A 20-minute video released by CoronavirusPlushie highlights the advice given by NZ ‘experts’ at the time, and how this was clearly against what Pfizer’s own research was saying.
In it’s public messaging the Ministry of Health continues to push the ‘safe and effective’ message to kiwi mums, saying it is safe at any stage of pregnancy, and safe to have while breastfeeding.