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OB-GYN Says She’s Seen 100% Increase in Miscarriage Rate in Her Practice Since the COVID-19 ‘Vaccine’ Rollout


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In a new interview with investigative reporter Sonia Elijah board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Kimberly Biss unpacks the reasons she believes pregnant women shouldn’t receive the COVID-19 “injections.” (Biss’ term.) Biss notes that she has seen a 100% increase in miscarriage rates in her practice since the rollout and says OB-GYNs are being coerced or bribed into supporting the “safe and effective” narrative.


In a new interview with investigative reporter Sonia Elijah board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Kimberly Biss unpacks the reasons she believes pregnant women shouldn’t receive a COVID-19 “injections.” (Biss’ term.) Amongst her reasons are a 100% increase in the miscarriage rate amongst the patients in her practice, a decline in the fertility rate amongst her patients, as well as studies like this one in the New England Journal of Medicine, which the OB-GYN says misrepresented its findings by using an incorrect denominator to establish its miscarriage percentage.

“[T]he average miscarriage rate in my practice went from 7% a month to 15% per month” after the rollout of the COVID injections Biss tells Elijah toward the beginning of the interview. She notes she had originally told Vaccine Safety Research Founder (VSRF) and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Steve Kirsch that the increase in miscarriage rate she observed in her practice post COVID injection rollout was only 50%, but now she believes it’s actually 100%. (See video clip immediately below for her original statement.)

“This is global,” Biss says. “This isn’t just in our country or in a particular state in our country… the birth rate is down globally and that’s probably a manifestation of people not being able to conceive.”

Biss offers a bevy of reasons as to why she believes the COVID injections—which are undoubtedly enormously dangerous and utterly ineffective—are behind the rise in the miscarriage rate in her practice, and in general. Including the possibility that the antibodies made against the spike protein from the injections may attach themselves to a protein in the endometrial lining in the uterus necessary for normal gestation.

The OB-GYN says that another issue may concern the lipid nanoparticles used in the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna injections. Biss notes the lipid nanoparticles are “very lipophilic” (that is, they tend to combine with or dissolve in lipids or fats) and therefore are likely absorbed by a body’s endocrine glands. Biss adds that physicians also don’t know what effect the lipid nanoparticles have on the ovaries “because [the injections are] very new and not researched… .”

The COVID injections do “not stay in the deltoid muscle like we were all told, it goes throughout the body, that’s been demonstrated,” Biss says. She adds that the lipid nanoparticles with the mRNA coding for the spike protein “do cross the placenta and go into the fetus… [which has been] demonstrated by some researchers.”

Indeed, this peer-reviewed study in Human Reproduction, for example, notes that antibodies (perhaps a sign of spike protein presence) “can cross the placenta barrier… .” The authors of the study write the following:

Given that maternal IgG [antibodies against the Spike protein] can cross the placenta barrier and approach maternal titers in the fetus within 15 days following the first dose of BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine (Beharier et al., 2021), and the maternal Ab transfer through the placenta begins from the 17th to 18th week of pregnancy and peaks as gestation progresses, maternal vaccination starting in the early second trimester of gestation might be optimal for newborn acquisition of innate immunity against SARS-CoV-2 infection.

A report from Japan that looked at the effects of the COVID injections on mice also found that the lipid nanoparticles were found in the uterus—which the placenta attaches to during pregnancy—just 15 minutes after administration. The concentration of lipid nanoparticles in the uterus also continued to grow over time until the study’s two-day cutoff for observation. (See report excerpt immediately below.)

Link to the report

Biss also references this study in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), noting that its outcome—which supported the safety of the injections in pregnant women—is wrong because of the misuse of the wrong denominator to determine miscarriage rates amongst women who received either the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech injection and then became pregnant.

“They had in that little study that was published about 846, I think, pregnant women…” Biss tells Elijah. “And they said in the study that the miscarriage rate in this population was compatible with the acceptable rate, which is about 10 to 15%. But they didn’t do the calculations right with the statistics, because they used the whole cohort patient number as the denominator and you can’t do that when you have first, second, and third trimester patients in the cohort.”

Biss says that when readers looked at the study critically, using the correct denominator, they found an 80% miscarriage rate in the first trimester. And while it’s difficult (for this writer) to understand exactly how they arrived at that number, the authors of the NEJM study do note that 92.3% of the miscarriages (i.e. “spontaneous abortions”) occurred in the first trimester. The authors also note the following:

A total of 96 of 104 spontaneous abortions (92.3%) occurred before 13 weeks of gestation. No denominator was available to calculate a risk estimate for spontaneous abortions, because at the time of this report, follow-up through 20 weeks was not yet available for 905 of the 1224 participants vaccinated within 30 days before the first day of the last menstrual period or in the first trimester.

Also note that FLCCC physician Dr. Pierre Kory has looked over the Pfizer post-authorization data and came to the same exact conclusion: an 80% miscarriage rate amongst women who received the COVID injection. (Read more via the post embedded immediately below.)

“There was no reason, in my opinion, to recommend that our pregnant population get these injections with something that was so new, not even studied on animals,” Biss says. “We’ve never given a pregnant woman a substance that hasn’t at least been studied on animals before.”

On top of substantial evidence showing a correlation between the injections and a significant increase in miscarriages, Biss also highlights how her field was either bribed or coerced into backing the COVID “vaccines” as “safe and effective” without any nuance. The OB-GYN says that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), for example, received $10 million in April of 2021 “to basically push the jab.” Biss also notes that the medical board to which she belongs sent its members “a gag-order email” that said OB-GYNs “can’t say anything negative about these injections because we don’t want to create vaccine hesistancy and if you do, you’ll lose your board certification.”

Biss also says the administration of the COVID injections “didn’t start with the first responders with these injections because they cared about us,” but rather because “they wanted to get the nurses, the doctors, the firemen, the police, everybody injected first because they wanted the lay public to buy into it.”

“We know for sure that there’s a definite psychological component to this” COVID injection scheme, Biss adds. “This was in the planning stages, this was all planned ahead and you can’t argue against that.”

Read more about the significant drop in birthrates across the globe via the post embedded immediately above.


Feature image: Juanedc

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