This article is a jaw-dropper folks, and it was shared by B.G., to whom we all owe a big thank you for reasons that will become evident once you read the article. So without further ado, here's the story:\
Now, if the title of the article isn't enough to leave your jaw on the floor, perhaps these quotations from the article will do so:
The study, published Thursday in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, looked at 131 women who received one of the two vaccines between December and March. Eighty-four were pregnant, and 31 were lactating.
Researchers from centers including Harvard, MIT, and Brigham and Women's Hospital found that the pregnant and lactating women had as strong of an immune response to the vaccines as the 16 women who were not pregnant or lactating.
What's more, they found that the vaccines were much better than exposure to the coronavirus at giving babies secondary antibodies. Testing umbilical-cord blood and the placenta, they found that babies born to women who had received the vaccine had "strikingly higher" levels of COVID-fighting antibodies than babies born to women who had previously had COVID-19, the researchers wrote.
The study adds to a growing body of research indicating that getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a good idea for pregnant people. In March, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there were no adverse results in its study on 30,000 vaccinated pregnant women across the US.
One could go on and on, but I think you get the idea.
So note what we have: firstly we have an article which can hardly be called "anti-vaxx" since the conclusion of the quotation above is that there is "a growing body of research indicating that getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a good idea for pregnant people." Indeed, we're already seeing calls to give these mRNA "vaccines" to infants. Leaving aside this claim for the sake of today's high octane speculation, let's concentrate on the admission in this article, because it's a stunner.
Briefly put, the article is really stating that pregnant women who took versions of the mRNA COVID "vaccine" have passed the antiobodies to their offspring, but the article is vague on whether or not the babies themselves are producing their own antibodies. That's a question that needs to be asked, because if the answer is yes, it's an indicator that this is an inter-generational effect that needs to be closely watched, for the simple reason that we have as yet, by the nature of the case, no long-term inter-generational studies of the potential adverse reactions or long term effects. In and of itself, the article is an admission that there is an inter-generational effect, though not of the same sort my question implies. Sadly, I suspect we will eventually hear of such adverse effects, and I suspect sooner rather than later. That aside, however, the article raises a further question, and that is this:
What of women (or men, or both) who have taken these "vaccines" and then decide to have children? Does the same anti-body response occur? Does the child, in other words, inherit something from the "vaccine" via his or her parents? Of course, we are assured by countless websites in the service of the Big Science of Big Pharma that the mRNA vaccines produce no effect on DNA, and hence the question seems - to them - an absurd impossibility. Absurd or impossible, I don't care, because these people's assurances in the light of the rest of their behaviour during the planscamdemic makes me skeptical about pretty much everything they say.
See you on the flip side...