Much of the public has been suspicious about Pfizer's emergency-approved shot, and in particular the side effects from it, and Anne Reed of Operation Rescue tells AFN the much-demanded data began flowing only after a lawsuit was filed that demanded public access.
Determined to review the findings, a group known as Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency sued the FDA for its own internal documents. A judge ordered the first documents to be released earlier this year.
“They said that it would take decades to process this information and release it,” Reed points out. "And it wasn't until a federal judge court-ordered the release of this information incrementally, it is being made available to the public.”
According to one now-released figure, 270 pregnant women were exposed to the controversial vaccine but only 34 of them were tracked and their outcome was reported.
“So that means that 238 of those 270 women,” Reed explains, “were apparently not followed all the way through to the end of their pregnancy.”
The document also reflects that 124 of the women had some kind of adverse reaction and 75 experienced serious reactions.
Another startling figure, based on stats gathered so far, is 82% to 97% of vaccinated pregnant women lost their babies through miscarriages, deaths in utero, or when the baby was born.