Skip to comments.Australian Research Doctor With Figures Suggesting Vaccine Mandates Lead To High Miscarriage Rates Sacked. Is This Mass Unchosen Abortion Of The Unborn?
Posted on 07/26/2022 11:07:40 PM PDT by Ozguy1945
Doctor Luke McLindon is the President of the Australasian Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine.
He appears to have been sacked from his hospital work in Brisbane for having figures suggesting very high miscarriage rates among vaccinated pregnant women.
This looks like it might be an expose of mass unchosen abortion of the unborn.
May the good Lord save us from ourselves.
Interview him, Tucker or Laura. Give him several minutes.
the medical community is a cult
If there really is a high miscarriage rate we should be seeing a decrease in births. Those stats will be hard to hide.
Nothing is hard to hide when you can fire anyone who tells the truth and reward anyone who lies.
“Interview him, Tucker or Laura. Give him several minutes.”
That sounds good.
I am trying to establish contact from here in Melbourne.
they made it mandatory!
they will publish their fake studies that it is caused by anything but the vaxx
“If there really is a high miscarriage rate we should be seeing a decrease in births. Those stats will be hard to hide.”
I have asked Dr McLindon what the miscarriage rate was for unvaccinated women.
There has been a very slight increase in births, and birth rate, in the US in 2021 over 2020.
We can put the more-accelerated decline in births in 2020 down to the Covid related disruptions. There were no significant vaccinations done in 2020. If there was a vaccine effect we would, maybe, have seen it in 2021 when vaccines were widely used.
This is not to say that there wasn’t an increase in miscarriages. That could have been going on at a low rate along with a general increase in births. But miscarriages are not easy to report on as so many just happen unnoticed - a bad period may cover the loss of a pregnancy. IIRC that’s how most pregnancies end, they are over almost before they started.
There will be many people who will never see a regular doctor again after this fiasco. They proved themselves to be allergic to facts and studies. It’s not even subtle.
Statistics can be twisted and interpreted in numerous ways.
They could just say correlation does not equal causation.
People are having fewer children due to current economic conditions, or any myriad or excuses.
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