How could pregnant women be excluded from the legacy registrational Pfizer & Moderna studies yet EUAs be granted that gave them the mRNA technology injection? Do babies in utero have mRNA, LNP, spike?
by Paul Alexander
This study by Young et al. raises serious questions and demands urgent study as it shows that lipid-nano particles (LNPs) facilitate delivery of mRNA to the placenta vs saline or free mRNA; concerns??
Is this why we are getting reports from Dr. Naomi Wolf’s Daily Clout Research Team and Dr. James Thorp as to the potential risk and damage to the baby in utero as well as the pregnant woman? Is this why we are hearing so many negative reports? We need very urgent studies to help unravel this issue for if the mRNA and LNP as well as spike protein from the mother is driving to the placenta and to the developing baby, this can have huge implications for the child. Especially to the naïve developing innate immune system of the new born infant. What about maternal vaccine induced antibodies crossing the placenta? Vaccinating mother for COVID is as if the baby is vaccinated. The vaccinal antibodies can potentially subvert the innate antibodies which would prevent the proper development of the infant/child’s innate immune system, leaving child at risk for auto-immune diseases as well as being susceptible to a wide array of glycosylated viruses.
Today, based on the body of evidence, there is no situation whereby a healthy child should receive these mRNA COVID gene injections (even the DNA adeno-viral platform). None. A child brings statistical zero risk to the table. Leave the children alone with the COVID shots. They never needed them.
Women, mothers, you must hold the line and protect your babies and infants. The COVID gene injection has failed and must be withdrawn from the market immediately.
Lipid Nanoparticle Composition Drives mRNA Delivery to the Placenta Rachel E. Young, Katherine M. Nelson, Samuel I. Hofbauer, Tara Vijayakumar, Mohamad-Gabriel Alameh, Drew Weissman, Charalampos Papachristou, Jason P. Gleghorn, Rachel S. Riley bioRxiv 2022.12.22.521490; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.12.22.521490