Report 18: Vaccine ‘Shedding’: Can This Be Real After All?
Vaccine ‘Shedding’: Can This Be Real After All?
That question, as we have been told, was put to rest over a year ago by the experts who follow the science.
But recently, I have been reading with alarm the reports of hepatitis in young children. Currently, the suspected cause seems to be pointing to an adenovirus infection. Upon reading these reports, my thoughts immediately returned to the vaccines as a possible contributor, the Johnson & Johnson in particular, since it’s based on an adenovirus.
I recalled the concerns of forward-thinking medical professionals who during the vaccine development and testing phases warned of a possibility of the vaccines “shedding” in such a way as to be able to transfer from the vaccinated to the unvaccinated.
(Points 3 & 4)
And a more recent observation by Dr Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA Vaccine technology:
When these concerns were initially circulated, the fact checker sites were full of articles debunking the idea and calling anyone who entertained it a conspiracy theorist. The arguments presented pretty much convinced me that it was impossible for the Johnson & Johnson or mRNA vaccines to spread from one person to another.
At the same time, there were also cautions being voiced that the vaccines had the potential to travel to and collect in various organs of the body, such as the liver. Of particular concern was the damage that could cause to women’s reproductive organs.
One article that so eloquently refuted the possibility of shedding the vaccines also argued that it was improbable for components of the mRNA vaccines to migrate from the injection site to other areas of the body since they would degrade within 24-48 hours. Thus they wouldn’t be able to have any negative effects on women’s reproductive systems. Their concerns were adamantly debunked by the experts in this Reuters article dated April 23, 2021:
Well, we are now finding out how heartbreakingly untrue the naysayers claims about women’s reproductive health were. The evidence is mounting that not only are components of the vaccines traveling to and collecting in various organs, they also appear to be having devastating effects on pregnant women and their babies.
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The agencies involved in regulating the vaccines were aware of these potential negative impacts. They were negligent in having approved them at all, but particularly recommending them for pregnant women.
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With these inconsistencies in the narrative now coming to light concerning the danger to women from the vaccines, is it unreasonable for one to question some of the other claims made by these same experts?
I have recently been taking a deep dive into the Pfizer documents, researching any references to pregnancy.
According to the Pfizer Clinical Protocol Document, I found that women who are pregnant or breastfeeding were to be excluded from the vaccine trials. They were not allowed to begin them if pregnant:
11.Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
And if they became pregnant during the study they were withdrawn from receiving further vaccinations:
“Stopping Rule Criteria for Each BNT162 Vaccine Candidate”:
8.2.6. Pregnancy Testing
Pregnancy tests may be urine or serum tests, but must have a sensitivity of at least
25 mIUmL. Pregnancy tests will be performed in WOCBP at the times listed in the SoA, immediately before the administration of each vaccine dose. A negative pregnancy test result will be required prior to the participant’s receiving the study intervention. Pregnancy tests may also be repeated if requested by IRBsECs or if required by local regulations. In the case of a positive confirmed pregnancy, the participant will be withdrawn from administration of study intervention but may remain in the study.
As I continued my journey through the Protocol document I found something related to pregnant women that basically scrambled my brain.
It is a description of what constitutes an EDP- an Exposure During Pregnancy.
Pfizer Clinical Protocol Doc:
Pg 67-69 (Pg 111-113 in Amended document.)
8.3.5. Exposure During Pregnancy or Breastfeeding, and Occupational Exposure
Exposure to the study intervention under study during pregnancy or breastfeeding and occupational exposure are reportable to Pfizer Safety within 24 hours of investigator awareness.
220.127.116.11. Exposure During Pregnancy
An EDP occurs if:
- A female participant is found to be pregnant while receiving or after discontinuing study intervention.
- A male participant who is receiving or has discontinued study intervention exposes a female partner prior to or around the time of conception.
- A female is found to be pregnant while being exposed or having been exposed to study intervention due to environmental exposure. Below are examples of environmental exposure during pregnancy:
- A female family member or healthcare provider reports that she is pregnant after having been exposed to the study intervention by inhalation or skin contact.
- A male family member or healthcare provider who has been exposed to the study intervention by inhalation or skin contact then exposes his female partner prior to or around the time of conception.
While these descriptions of EDP may not specifically involve “shedding” as the means of transfer, there was apparently concern on Pfizer’s part that the vaccine could spread between people. So riddle me this:
- If there is no way for the vaccine to spread from the vaccinated to the unvaccinated, why would several of these scenarios be considered an exposure to the pregnant women?
- If it is possible for the some part of the vaccine to travel between Pfizer’s test subjects and their partners, why is it not possible between say, a vaccinated parent and their unvaccinated child?
In researching this topic, the many fact check articles “debunking” the idea of vaccine shedding focused their arguments completely on viral shedding, something technically impossible with the current Covid vaccines as none are based on a live virus. However, as noted above, there are alarming signals that the spike proteins introduced by the vaccines are traveling to many areas of the body and causing damage.
Although the following study was done with Covid patients rather than vaccine recipients, I include it to show that spike protein is present in urine with Covid infection. It seems plausible that it could also be present in bodily fluids due to dissemination via the vaccination:
Finally, a recent study at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine has found evidence that vaccinated individuals can pass (shed) vaccine induced antibodies to unvaccinated individuals:
In closing, I reiterate the question I began with: Could any of these mechanisms of vaccine related “shedding”, or one we have yet to discover be responsible for the mysterious outbreak of hepatitis in our children?
I don’t have the answer to these questions and so many others that have been swirling in my mind throughout this pandemic.
These most recent questions are not just swirling, they are screaming to be answered.
The experts have been so wrong on so many levels during the two plus years of Covid insanity. This is yet one more instance where we must keep digging, keep asking questions, keep demanding answers until all that has been hidden away in dark corners becomes illuminated by the piercing light of truth.