Scottish Herald Accepts Nonsensical Public Health Claim that MRNA Vaccines Unrelated to Scottish Baby Deaths
Fri, Oct 14, 2022 at 1:30 PM
Dear Ms. McArdle,
We saw your report in The Herald about public health authorities ruling out a ‘plausible’ link between neonatal deaths in Scotland, and mRNA vaccines.
Sadly, they are making a grave mistake. We have 3500 medical and scientific experts creating reports regarding what is in the 55000 Pfizer documents released under court order in the US. There is extensive documentation in those internal documents of how mRNA vaccines cause miscarriages, spontaneous abortions and newborns’ deaths.
One mechanism is that the lipid nanoparticles degrade the placenta. Another possible cause is PEG in mRNA vaccinated mothers’ breast milk. A third is lnps accumulating in ovaries.
In one section of the Pfizer documents there is a 78 per cent fetal death rate.
My colleague Amy Kelly, director of the project, will send you the links to our experts’ reports.
The Herald needs to cover this story, and should identify the public health officials who ruled out a ‘plausible’ link, so that these officials can be questioned by other journalists about the basis of their faulty conclusion.
I lived in Scotland for several years and worked in women’s organizations there; the wellbeing of Scottish women and their babies is too important for The Herald leave them misinformed about the solid evidence regarding what may be causing a doubling of the death rate of newborns in Scotland.
We stand by to answer any additional questions.
Dr Naomi Wolf
Fri, Oct 14, 2022 at 4:05 PM
Dear Ms. McArdle: