ICWA News & Views

Weekly Stories about What’s Happening in Washington State and Stories of Interest to Washingtonions

by Gerald Braude

In this post:

  1. Links to Radio Show references
  2. VAERS Reports 48 Fetal Deaths After COVID-19 Shots in Washington
  3. Washington Candidates for Health Freedom

July 22 Episode of An Informed Life Radio Notes and Links

Hour One with Guest Jeremy R. Hammond

Bernadette mentioned the below section of ACIP’s Best Practices Guide for Immunization as an example of how CDC marketing messages are often not supported by the studies they cite. The citations for vaccinating individuals with mild illness do not support their recommendation. Note how the guidelines put great emphasis on not missing opportunities to vaccinate. There are no CDC studies comparing the risks of vaccinating while experiencing a mild illness, or vaccinating at anytime, to the risks of actually experiencing the targeted disease and thereby acquiring superior natural immunity. There are no CDC studies looking at the longterm health outcomes of the vaccinated vs the non-vaccinated. The CDC refuses to do them.

“The presence of a moderate or severe acute illness with or without a fever is a precaution to administration of all vaccines (Table 4-1). The decision to administer or delay vaccination because of a current or recent acute illness depends on the severity of symptoms and etiology of the condition. The safety and efficacy of vaccinating persons who have mild illnesses have been documented (8-11). Vaccination should be deferred for persons with a moderate or severe acute illness. This precaution avoids causing diagnostic confusion between manifestations of the underlying illness and possible adverse effects of vaccination or superimposing adverse effects of the vaccine on the underlying illness. After they are screened for contraindications, persons with moderate or severe acute illness should be vaccinated as soon as the acute illness has improved. Studies indicate that failure to vaccinate children with minor illnesses can impede vaccination efforts (12–14). Among persons whose compliance with medical care cannot be ensured, use of every opportunity to administer appropriate vaccines is critical.”

Citations 8-11:

8. Halsey NA, Boulos R, Mode F, et al. Response to measles vaccine in Haitian infants 6 to 12 months old. Influence of maternal antibodies, malnutrition, and concurrent illnesses. N Engl J Med. 1985;313(9):544-549. DOI: 10.1056/nejm198508293130904

9. Ndikuyeze A, Munoz A, Stewart J, et al. Immunogenicity and safety of measles vaccine in ill African children. Int J Epidemiol. 1988;17(2):448-455. DOI: 10.1093/ije/17.2.448

10. Lindegren ML, Atkinson WL, Farizo KM, Stehr-Green PA. Measles vaccination in pediatric emergency departments during a measles outbreak. JAMA. 1993;270(18):2185-2189. DOI: 10.1001/jama.1993.03510180055033

11. Atkinson W, Markowitz L, Baughman A, et al. Serologic response to measles vaccination among ill children [Abstract 422]. 32nd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy; 1992; Anaheim, CA.

SOURCE: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/acip-recs/general-recs/contraindications.html

Guest Hour 2 Jed Darland

VAERS Reports 48 Fetal Deaths After COVID-19 Shots in Washington

The Expose published a July 19, 2022 article about Pfizer and medicine regulators suppressing clinical data that showed alarming abnormalities in the developing fetus after the pregnant mother took the COVID-19 shot. 

FOIA reveals Pfizer & Medicine Regulators hid dangers of COVID Vaccination during Pregnancy after Study found it increases risk of Birth Defects & Infertility – The Expose (expose-news.com)

The article then stated that this fraud and deception, “Caused at least 4,113 fetal deaths due to COVID-19 vaccination in the USA alone.” The article used a link to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) as the source for this. The same link shows that the number of fetal deaths after the COVID-19 shot in VAERS has increased to 4,358 since the article was first published. 

Search Results from the VAERS Database (medalerts.org) 

The most recent entry was on July 12, 2022. A 32-year-old female reported the event to VAERS with the following write-up:

“When I received vaccine for first and second time, I was trying to conceive, and got miscarried at 6 weeks (after both doses). This was my second attempt to conceive, got successful and then miscarried. After that I tried many times till November, there was no positive results. I was suggested to take booster dose, took it in November end, and luckily conceived again in same cycle, which again ended up in miscarriage on December 27. I took booster on day 1 of my period, conceived on the same cycle and miscarried again.”

Below are examples of other write-ups of fetal deaths after the COVID-19 shots in the VAERS data base. 

+ March 2, 2022 entry: On 03/14/2021 I started having chills and flu-like symptoms at night four days after my vaccination. Normal side effects but I was concerned since it was days after and my heart was racing and my pulse was up to 164. I was feeling like I had the flu, the next day I had a telehealth visit on the 15th and my doctor was concerned if I had Covid. I had a test and it was negative. My symptoms continued for 4 days until the18th. My doctor told me to just take ibuprofen or Tylenol as needed and doctor told me it wasn”t unusual to have symptoms days later but I was concerned about my heart racing. I have had three miscarriages was in October 2021, second was in December 2021, and then most recent was beginning of February 2022. I had no problems getting pregnant before and she was born in 2019 full-time.

+ February 10, 2022 entry: This was my third miscarriage. However the prior two the child did not grow past 6 weeks. This pregnancy was in its second trimester and had been going perfectly when I got the vaccine. After the vaccine I had horrible headaches and abdominal cramping for days. I got my COVID booster at 14 weeks 6 days and the baby should’ve measured at 18 weeks 3 days when we found out we lost him but he only measured at 15w 3d. He had always been measuring on target before then. His due date was going to be 6/24/22. 

+ January 8, 2022 entry:  I was 5 weeks pregnant at the time of taking my COVID booster. Later we found that the fetus stopped growing around the same time as when I received the booster leading to miscarriage.

+ January 5, 2022 entry: Had no reaction to 1st or 2nd Comirnaty (Pfizer COVID-19) vaccine. Received booster 11/16/2021. On 11/17/2021, severe rigors/chills/myalgias, at 9 weeks gestation. Ultrasound at 7 weeks GA was normal. Started extremely light vaginal bleeding 11/18, continued with intermittent rigors etc. through the weekend. On 11/22, felt a sudden pain (“rip”) in the pelvis during a rigor, and subsequently experienced heavier bleeding/miscarriage at 10 weeks GA. No history of prior miscarriages (3 term live births).

+ October 6, 2021 entry: I received the vaccine on 09/23/21. I started getting back pain and cramps 09/30-10/1, and started bleeding on 10/2-4. It was confirmed that I had a miscarriage.

+ October 5, 2021 entry: Received 1st dose when approximately 6.5 weeks pregnant. Had a miscarriage 11 days post vaccine. Estimated due date was 4/22/2022

+ October 4, 2021: I received the vaccine at 6 weeks pregnant, with no health issues or complications. 3 days after getting the vaccine I started bleeding and proceeded to miscarry.

+ September 9, 2021: 4 weeks pregnant when received the vaccines. Started having sharp abdominal pain approximately one week later, which led to miscarriage at 5 weeks

+ July 23, 2021:  A week after my second dose, my tempter was between 99.1 to 99.4 for seven days straight. My normal tempter is 97.9. I took Tylenol that did not help. On May 21st, I had a miscarriage, Went to the ER (Keizer Bellevue). They did the blood test, physical test, and 2 ultra sounds (external and internal). I come from a long line with a history of mom”s with zero history of miscarriages.

+ July 7, 2021 entry: Patient was newly pregnant when she received her first Covid vaccine. Was later diagnosed with a missed miscarriage.

+ May 17, 2021 entry: I want to report a miscarriage. I got the vaccine when I was 5 weeks and 1 day pregnant. I didn’t know I was pregnant when I got the vaccine, but I got a positive pregnancy test 2 days after. It was a “missed miscarriage” because I had my 10 week ultrasound on May 10 and it showed that the embryo had died at 6 weeks and 2 days. I started miscarrying that day on May 10.

+ May 6, 2021 entry: Was 5.5 weeks pregnant. Had the shot, felt strange that night, miscarried the next day.

Washington Candidates for Health Freedom

The organization Stand for Health Freedom released its 2022 Primary Voter Guide for Health Freedom for Washington. 

WASHINGTON 2022 PRIMARY VOTER GUIDE | Stand For Health Freedom

The guide is derived from candidate responses to the organization’s questionnaires. Stand for Health Freedom divided the responses into two levels. 

“Endorsed” means the candidates’ responses were “excellent.” Twelve of those candidates are running for the United States House of Representatives. Six of those candidates are running for the Washington State Senate. Nineteen of those candidates are running for the Washington State House of Representatives. Five candidates for county sheriff and two candidates for county commissioner also received endorsements.

“Recommended” means that although the candidates stand for health freedom, their responses “could have been better.”  One such candidate is running for the United States House of Representatives. Four of those candidates are running for the Washington State Senate. Four of those candidates are running for the Washington State House of Representatives. 

Stand for Health Freedom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting basic human rights, constitutional rights, and parental rights. They are building an infrastructure to educate to citizens and for citizens to educate their lawmakers. Stand for Health Freedom has an estimated reach of one million advocates. 

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