The jabs have already been correlated with massive increases in excess mortality and fertility problems. What will the excess mortality be, say, 10 years from now if children and teens keep getting mRNA boosters every year?
'We should stop trying to prevent all symptomatic infections in healthy young people by boosting them with vaccines containing mRNA from strains that might disappear a few months later,' Dr. Paul Offit wrote.
It’s increasingly clear that it was a mistake to rush mRNA vaccine technology to market, and that the vaccines need to be taken out of use and put back into the research phase until the full range of their effects and their safety profile are much better understood.
As it has finally turned out, there are indeed valid reasons to be deeply concerned about the impact of COVID injections on pregnancies, but the arguments supporting the original article’s contention of a high rate of miscarriages following vaccination were difficult to convincingly validate.