According to the reproduction toxicity study on the Pfizer product, performed in pregnant rats: “There was an increase (~2x) of pre-implantation (pregnancy) loss” and, “a very low incidence of gastroschisis, mouth/jaw malformations, right sided aortic arch, and cervical vertebrae abnormalities.”(6)
They claim that these pregnancy reductions are within normal histological ranges, however, they were consistently seen, and are likely statistically significant. Gastroschisis is where the intestines grow outside of the body.
According to the reproduction toxicity study on the Moderna product: “The mRNA-1273-related non-adverse effects were limited to an increase in the number of foetuses with common skeletal variations of 1 or more rib nodules and 1 or more wavy ribs, with no effect on the viability and growth on the F1 generation pups.” and “no vaccine dose was administered during the early organogenesis, to address the direct embryotoxic effect of the components of the vaccine formulation.”(7)EMA Pfizer Documents on Experimental COVID-19 mRNA Shots Reveal Animal Studies were Conducted during Trials – Risks to Pregnancy being Concealed but Verified by VAERS Data – Vaccine Impact
Senate hearings in Texas revealed that the animal studies around these experimental medical product injections was terminated early and the animals were all killed, rather than follow them for several generations to study the effect of these injections on multiple generations.
In addition, no shots were given to any animals BEFORE they had sex and became pregnant. Only rats that had already gotten pregnant and were well along in their pregnancy were given shots, which is a way to ‘rig’ the animal study to avoid looking at what happens during the entire fertilization of egg, implantation of egg in uterus, and early placenta development.
Any credible study would look at the ENTIRE PREGNANCY period, after birth, and then follow those animals for several generations, while administering more shots to study the ‘boosters’ as well, wouldn’t you agree?