A new analysis by Dr. Jessica Rose estimates the number of spontaneous abortions caused by the COVID vaccines. It’s over 416,186 to date. I’ve notified the CDC, but I don’t expect to hear back.
Steve Kirsch, January 28th 2022
Basically, using rate data recently released from the Department of Defense, she computes an under reporting factor (URF) for VAERS for spontaneous abortions is 118. Since there are 3,527 reports of SA in the US in 2021, this represents 416,186 actual events. But a small number of those were not caused by the vaccine, somewhere around 1%.
Using the DMED data, the five-year average was 1,499 codes for miscarriages per year. During the first 10 months of 2021, it was 4,182. So that’s 3.4X the baseline rate (when extended to an annual rate).
The sanity checks both pass
Now, let’s do a “ballpark” sanity check on the VAERS numbers. In DMED, SAs after vax were 3.4X the baseline rate. In the US there are around 750K miscarriages per year. So if we multiply that by 3.4 and assume that 20% of the women were vaccinated within the first or second trimester (where the effect is largest), we get 510K which is not far from our VAERS estimate of 416K.
Our second sanity check is the URF of 118. We’ve determined before a URF for the most serious adverse events at 41. For less serious events, especially ones that nobody thinks is caused by the vaccine and is often many months from vaccination is easily 3X higher. So that makes sense as well.
I’ve notified the CDC of this, but I don’t expect them to change their policy of recommending the vaccine to pregnant women.
Also note that pregnant women were NOT included in the vaccine trials. It is medical malpractice to recommend the vaccines to pregnant women. The CDC repeatedly declared them safe for pregnant women without complete data.
I don’t expect the mainstream media to question the CDC on this at all. I’m sure they will all ignore it.
Supporting evidence in VAERS
Plenty of evidence in VAERS showing the vaccine messes with a woman’s reproductive organs just as we predicted from the biodistribution data (which targeted the ovaries).
You can view both the biodistribution data and the menstrual adverse effect data in this VAERS analysis article I wrote in November, 2022.
See also this article about IVF clinics and what happened in Singapore and syncytin-1.
For others, may I suggest if you disagree with this that you show us an error in the data or methodology?