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"The Missing Babies of Europe"
A terrifying post from my fellow investigative reporter, Mary Beth Pfeiffer
Yesterday, I conducted the first interview for our new podcast, The CounterJab with Dr. Peter McCullough and John Leake. For those who are not familiar with "the sweet science," a counterjab is a jab punch thrown in reply to an opponent's punch. In informal British English, the word jab became (at some point in history) commonly used to refer to vaccine injections.
Nowadays it seems that so much of our opposition of assorted authoritarians, monopolists, gangsters, frauds, villains, and humbugs are united in their common advocacy of "the jab." And so Dr. McCullough and I intend to reply with our own series of counterjabs.
I thought it poetic and appropriate that our first guest for bringing this project into the world is the obstetrician and gynocologist, Dr. James Thorp. With over forty years of clinical practice, taking care of unborn babies and their mothers is his life's mission. What he told me in the course of our conversation (soon to be released as an audio-visual podcast episode) was probably the most disturbing thing I've ever heard in my life. In summation:
1). The cursory animal studies for the novel mRNA vaccines yielded an array of birth defects.
2). Pregnant women were excluded from the cursory human trials conducted in 2020.
3). The data presented in Pfizer's own 5.3.6 CUMULATIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-AUTHORIZATION ADVERSE EVENT REPORTS OF PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) RECEIVED THROUGH 28-FEB-2021--released only after a contested FOIA request--was abysmal.
About halfway into the interview, I received a text from my friend and fellow investigative reporter, Mary Beth Pfeiffer, alerting me to her latest post on RESCUE Substack with Michael Capuzzo. I highly recommend reading"The Missing Babies of Europe." The results of her investigation are consistent with Dr. Thorp's exposition of the grave dangers of the mRNA vaccines for fetuses and their mothers.