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Delphi373 6 points ago +6 / -0

You can't tell anything from this paper - this is just pulled from Pfizer's database of adverse event reporting. In other words, Pfizer collected information on adverse events to the jab (these reports are collected passively - meaning...people have to KNOW to even report on it). Anyway - so then they have their lame database which they then classify the reports as "serious" or not (what they base this distinction on is anyone's guess). Then from there you get this paper. So to say a certain % of jabbed who are pregnant lose their babies - based on THIS data at least - is wrong.

What you'd need to know is: how many pregnant women got the jab, and how many then lost their baby.

I have no idea where you can get that data. They make it damn near impossible to know what the h*ll is going on. And this is by design - because the jab is without question in my mind, maiming and killing people in record numbers.