Babies of Vaccinated Mothers 78% More Likely to Contract COVID-19: Journal of Medical Virology

A new study published Friday in the peer-reviewed Journal of Medical Virology has found that the babies of vaccinated women are 1.78 times, or 78%, more likely to contract COVID-19.

The publication’s authors, who evaluated 30 studies involving 862,272 individuals, set out “to assess the collective evidence on the effects of COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy on maternal and neonatal outcomes,” the study reads.

Newborns of vaccinated women “were 1.78 folds more likely to acquire SARS-CoV-2 infection during the first 2, 4 and 6 months of life during the Omicron period,” the study authors confirm.

“Importantly, maternal vaccination did not reduce the risk of neonatal SARS-CoV-2 infection during the first 6 months of life during the Omicron period,” they emphasize.

The authors nevertheless refer to COVID vaccines during pregnancy as “safe and highly effective in preventing maternal SARS-CoV-2 infection in pregnancy.”

However, Dr. James Thorp, a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and maternal-fetal medicine physician of more than four decades, was recently interviewed by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson regarding the link between COVID vaccines and the startling increases in menstrual abnormalities, miscarriages, and stillborn or fetal death rates.

“To the layman, these seem like very dramatic numbers. Is that how you read them?” Carlson asked Dr. Thorp.

“One can make a very strong argument, Tucker, that the pushing of these experimental COVID-19 vaccines globally is the greatest violation of medical ethics in the history of medicine, maybe humanity,” Thorp replied.

“We compared the COVID-19 vaccine adverse events over 18 months with that of the influenza vaccine over 282 months” using data from the U.S. Food and Drus Administration (FDA) as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Thorp explained regarding a paper he authored.

“We found a 1,200-fold increase in severe menstrual abnormalities, a 57-fold increase in miscarriage, a 38-fold increase in fetal death or stillbirth rates,” he said.

Thorp then revealed he found “15 other major pregnancy complications all far exceeding the CDC and FDA values of safety,” before referencing “more than 30 other completely independent sources globally that corroborate exactly our findings.”

Both Thorp and Dr. Pete McCullough have called for designating COVID vaccines under “Pregnancy Category X,” which means that the risk of using the drug in pregnant women clearly outweighs any possible benefit.