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Anti-vaccine activist Dr. Naomi Wolf alleges 44% of pregnant women in Pfizer COVID vaccine trial miscarried

Dr. Naomi Wolf, who is a feminist activist and author, has released research on her crowd-funded website, The Daily Clout, which alleges that 44% of pregnant women who took part in Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine had a miscarriage.

Wolf, who served as an advisor for the presidential campaigns of both Bill Clinton and Al Gore, obtained many pages of Pfizer documents that were ordered released in a January ruling by U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman of the Northern District of Texas.

Wolf has been vocal in her opposition to the coronavirus vaccine. Last year, she was suspended indefinitely from Twitter for claims, such as that the COVID vaccines were a “software platform that can receive uploads,” per BBC.

She appeared on Steve Bannon’s show “War Room” on Tuesday, saying: “Women will understand how tragic this is. Pfizer took those deaths of babies, those spontaneous abortions and miscarriages, and recategorized them as ‘recovered result adverse effects.’ In other words, if you lost your baby, it was categorized by Pfizer as a resolved adverse event, like a headache that got better.”

Wolf said she obtained the Pfizer documents through the Freedom of Information Act and noted that to her knowledge, they did not contain any sensitive emails sent between Pfizer officials and either the CDC or The White House’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr Anthony Fauci.

The CDC’s website still recommends that pregnant women get the COVID vaccine: “COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people 6 months and older. This includes people who are pregnant, breastfeeding, trying to get pregnant now, or might become pregnant in the future. CDC also recommends COVID-19 vaccines for infants 6 months and older who’s [sic] mother was vaccinated or had a COVID infection before or while pregnant.”

ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH 

MANAGING EDITOR: CARSON CHOATE

PHOTO CREDITS: LOGICALLY.AI

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