Late last month, Lindsay told a meeting of the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) in Atlanta that the vaccines “must be halted immediately due to safety concerns on several fronts.” ACIP had convened to discuss blood disorders linked to the Johnson & Johnson covid-19 vaccine.
Dr. Lindsay, who holds a doctorate from the University of Texas and has more than three decades of scientific experience, cited potential blood clot, fertility, and immune issues related to the jabs.
“I strongly feel that all the gene therapy (covid-19) vaccines must be halted immediately due to safety concerns on several fronts,” she said. Dr. Lindsay warned that the vaccines could hinder production of syncytin, a crucial protein for fertility and pregnancy, and negatively impact pregnancy outcomes as a result.
“We have seen 100 pregnancy losses reported in VAERS,” the vaccine injury tracking system of the U.S. government, as of April 9, Dr. Lindsay continued. “And there have been reports of impaired spermatogenesis and placental findings from both the natural infection, vaccinated, and syncytin knockout animal models that have similar placental pathology, implicating a syncytin-mediated role in these outcomes.”
“We simply cannot put these [coronavirus vaccines] in our children who are at .002% risk for covid mortality if infected, or any more of the child-bearing age population, without thoroughly investigating this matter,” she said.
Otherwise, “we could potentially sterilize an entire generation.” “Speculation that this will not occur and a few anecdotal reports of pregnancies within the trial are not sufficient proof that this is not impacting on a population-wide scale,” Lindsay said.
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