NEW YORK — Those who cannot handle the sight of gruesome human ailments, especially women, stop reading now. What you are about to see and learn is scary and may change the way you live your daily lives.
The Centner Academy is a private K-8 school located in Miami, Florida. It made headlines last week when it announced in an email its new policy that vaccinated teachers will not be employed by the school. Current teachers who already received experimental mRNA and viral vector shots before the announcement are allowed to keep their jobs. But they must keep their (social) distance from students.
Mainstream media located all the mask and experimental shot lovers at the school to trash the owners. They even dug up an attorney, Mark Richard, who told the Tampa Bay Times that the policy barring the shots could violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The journalists, Colleen Wright and Nicholas Nehamas, failed to ask the obvious follow-up question – if barring shots violates the ADA, does forcing people to get experimental shots against their wills also violate the ADA?
One specific part of this new policy riled up mainstream media. Leila Centner, co-founder of the school with her husband, said that unvaccinated women have experienced reproductive issues, including miscarriages, simply by standing near someone who has been injected with experimental mRNA and viral vectors. Mainstream media called the claim “biologically impossible.” But Pfizer’s own literature says otherwise.
Exposure during pregnancy
Note that this information is not new. All of the following comes from Section 8.3 of Pfizer’s own Phase 1/2/3 clinical trial data and literature, with some of said trials ongoing through 2023 and later. Those who love and yearn these shots will default to the “this information is being misinterpreted” defense. So we’re going to define the relevant terms involved herein.
- AE = adverse effect
- SAE = severe adverse effect
- Study intervention = A process or action that is the focus of a clinical study. Interventions include drugs, medical devices, procedures, vaccines, and other products that are either investigational or already available. The intervention group is the people who receive the experimental drug. In this case, experimental mRNA shots.
We start with Section 18.104.22.168 Exposure During Pregnancy (EDP) of the Pfizer clinical trial protocols (page 62). The focus is on the last three bullet points.