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As unexplained deaths pile up and medical evidence gets closer scrutiny, we are learning more about the COVID jab and its lethal consequences.
Church Militant's Kristine Christlieb brings us the latest revelation from Naomi Wolf's organization Daily Clout and its analysis of 300,000 Pfizer documents.
Naomi Wolf, CEO, DailyClout.io: "Word has gotten out — to your earlier question — about the harms of these injections, these mRNA injections."
Best-selling author Naomi Wolf is revealing the COVID jab's seemingly deadly effects on the unborn.
Wolf: "Twitter banned a thoroughly documented report showing almost half of the women in the Pfizer internal trials lost their babies."
The FDA had hoped to keep the documents hidden for 75 years.
But in January, a federal judge in Texas ordered their release and demanded they be released at the rate of no less than 55,000 pages per month.
In addition to trying to keep the documents buried, Wolf claims the pharma giant deliberately manipulated the data so the jab's fatal results would not be made public.
If Pfizer's manipulation weren't bad enough, add to it the FDA's suppression of the information.
Wolf: "This will blow your mind. 'And the FDA received the report from Pfizer on April 1, 2021.' Over a year ago the FDA received this report that out of 50 pregnant women, 22 of them lost their babies, and they did not say anything, and Pfizer was silent."
The CDC is still claiming the controversial shot is safe for pregnant women and their babies. It warns pregnant women they are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID and recommends the vax.
Wolf's conclusions are already being questioned. A YouTube refutation was posted earlier today. YouTube has permanently deleted all of Wolf's content.
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