Thousands of side-effect cases similar to this have been reported in the United States through the VAERS database, leading to recent research showing that the coronavirus spike protein in the shots unexpectedly enters the bloodstream, creating these adverse events.
LifeSite’s Celeste McGovern reported Monday on a study by Dr. Byram Bridle, a Canadian cancer vaccine researcher. Bridle found that a plausible explanation for the side effects, ranging from blood clots and heart disease to brain damage and reproductive issues, could actually be the jabs themselves.
In an interview with Alex Pierson, Dr. Bridle says that “we made a big mistake” in pushing the COVID vaccines. With his peer-reviewed and scientifically backed studies, he describes how a big question on the injections remains whether we will “be rendering young people infertile.”
In fact, I asked Celeste to come on today’s program to discuss this issue of vaccine side effects more in depth. She begins by highlighting just what VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) is. She says that since doctors are not mandated to report side effects “this is a huge problem with VAERS because it only captures a small fraction of adverse events.”
Celeste states that with the database showing 1 percent to 10 percent of side-effects cases, 4,200 deaths and nearly 15,000 hospitalizations associated with COVID-19 injections have been reported in the United States. She mentions instances of thrombosis (blood clots), lung clots, and other cardiovascular problems.