The problem with trusting medical experts is that not all medical experts agree.
Dr. Byram Bridle, is an Associate Professor of Viral Immunology at the University of Guelph is concerned about the long-term effects of the coronavirus vaccines on children.
Dr. Bridle was speaking to Canadian radio host, Alex Pierson on Thursday about the vaccines now that they have been approved for kids as young as 12.
Pierson first asks about the newly-released report that a few dozen young people — mostly males in their teens and early twenties — have had some swelling around the heart after getting vaccinated noting that Israel is currently in the process of determining whether vaccines should be administered to adolescents between 12-15. Pierson says that many people who are fine with vaccines in general, do have some concerns about inoculating children with an experimental vaccine that hasn’t been subjected to long-term testing.
What followed was Dr. Bridle saying that “we have made a big mistake” and we have been “inadvertently inoculating [people] with a toxin.” He also says that he’s very concerned about the long-term effects of the vaccines on children and nursing infants and that the vaccine could have the unintended consequence of rendering some young girls infertile.
PIERSON: Doctor, you’ve been very open on this whole issue, and you know, you’re not an anti-vaxxer by any stretch, but what do you think about this inflammation in the heart and is it an actual threat?
DR. BRIDLE: Yeah, thanks for having me on, Alex. As you said, I’m very much pro-vaccine, but always making sure that the science is done properly and we follow the science carefully before we go into public roll-out of vaccines. I hope you’ll let me run a bit with this, Alex. I’ll forewarn you and your listeners that the story I’m about to tell is a bit of a scary one. This is cutting-edge science. There’s a couple of key pieces of scientific information that I’ve become privy to just within the past few days that has made the final link. So, we understand now why these things are happening now — myself and a few key international collaborators — we understand exactly why these problems are happening and so many others associated with the vaccines. And the story is a bit of a scary one, so just to brace you for this. But I’m gonna walk you through this.
The science that I’m going to be talking about, I don’t have the time here to describe exactly the scientific data, but let me assure you that everything that I’m stating here, that I’m gonna state right now, is completely backed up by peer-reviewed, scientific publications in well-known and well-respected scientific journals. I have all of this information in hand, and I am in the process of frantically putting this into a document that I can hopefully circulate widely. So your listeners are going to be the first to hear the public release of this conclusion. And I can back it up with science.
PIERSON: Sounds very ominous.
DR. BRIDLE: This is what it is. The SARS Coronavirus 2 has a spike protein on its surface. That spike protein is what allows it to infect our bodies. That is why we have been using the spike protein in our vaccines. The vaccines we’re using get the cells in our body to manufacture that protein. If we can mount an immune response to that protein, in theory, we could prevent this virus from infecting the body. That’s the theory behind the vaccine.
However, when studying the disease — severe COVID-19 — everything that you’ve just described, heart problems, lots of problems with the cardiovascular system, bleeding and clotting is all associated with COVID-19. And doing that research, what has been discovered by the scientific community is that the spike protein on its own is almost entirely responsible for the damage to the cardiovascular system if it gets into circulation. Indeed, if you inject the purified spike protein into the blood of research animals, they get all kinds of damage to their cardiovascular system, it can cross the blood-brain barrier and cause damage to the brain. Now, at first glance, that doesn’t seem too concerning because we’re injecting these vaccines into the shoulder muscle. The assumption, up until now, has been that these vaccines behave like all of our traditional vaccines that they don’t go anywhere other than the injection site. So, they stay in our shoulder, some of the protein will go to the local draining lymph node in order to activate the immune system. However, this is where the cutting-edge science comes in, and this is where it gets scary.
Through a request for information from the Japanese regulatory agency, myself and several international collaborators have been able to get access to what is called a biodistribution study. It’s the first time ever that scientists have been privy to seeing where these messenger RNA vaccines go after vaccination. In other words, is it a safe assumption that it stays in the shoulder muscle? The short answer is, absolutely not. It’s very disconcerting.
The spike protein gets into the blood, circulates through the blood in individuals over several days post-vaccination, it accumulates — once it gets into the blood, it accumulates in several tissues such as the spleen, the bone marrow, the liver, the adrenal glands, — one that’s of particular concern for me is it accumulates in quite high concentrations in the ovaries. And then also, a publication that was just accepted for — a scientific paper just accepted for publication that backs this up, looked at 13 young healthcare workers that had received the Moderna vaccine, which is the other messenger RNA-based vaccine we have in Canada, and they confirmed this. They found the spike protein in circulation — so, in the blood of 11 of those healthcare workers that had received the vaccine. What this means is…so we have known for a long time that the spike protein is a pathogenic protein. It is a toxin. It can cause damage in our body if it gets into circulation.
Now we have clear-cut evidence that the vaccines that make our bodies — er, the muscles, er, the cells in our deltoid muscles, right, manufacture this protein, that the vaccine itself plus the protein gets into blood circulation. When in circulation, the spike protein can bind to the receptors that are on our platelets, and the cells that line our blood vessels. When that happens, it can do one of two things — it can either cause platelets to clump, and that can lead to clotting, that’s exactly why we’ve been seeing clotting disorders associated with these vaccines, it can also lead to bleeding. And, of course, the heart’s involved it’s actually part of the cardiovascular system and that’s why we’re seeing heart problems. The protein can also cross the blood-brain barrier and cause neurological damage, that’s why also in the fatal cases of blood clots, many times it’s seen in the brain.
And also of concern, there is evidence of a study, this has not been accepted for publication yet, this one — they were trying to show that the antibodies get transferred through breastmilk and they were trying to show why this would be a good thing because it would confer some passive protection to babies. However, what they found inadvertently was that the vaccines the messenger RNA vaccines actually get transferred through the breastmilk delivering the vaccine vector itself into infants that are breastfeeding. Also, now that we know that the spike protein gets into circulation, any protein circulating in the blood gets concentrated into breastmilk. Looking into the adverse event datatbase in the United States, we have found evidence of suckling infants experiencing bleeding disorders in the gastrointestinal tract. So —
PEIRSON: Ok, let me pause you there because I’ve only got about 45 seconds left. I mean, the bottom line, this will scare a lot of people. This will freak a lot of people out.
DR. BRIDLE: Sure, I’ll wrap it up. This is an important message here. So, this has implications for blood donation. Right now, Canadian Blood Services is saying that people who have been vaccinated can donate. We don’t want transfer of these pathogenic spike proteins to fragile patients who are being transfused with that blood.
This has implications for infants that are suckling.
And this has serious implications for people for whom SARS-Coronavirus-2 is not a high-risk pathogen and that includes all of our children. In short, the conclusion is, we made a big mistake, we didn’t realize it until now, we thought the spike protein was a great target antigen, we never knew that the spike protein itself was a toxin and was a pathogenic protein. So by vaccinating people, we are inadvertently inoculating them with a toxin. In some people, this gets into circulation and when that happens in some people it can cause damage especially to the cardiovascular system. And I have many other — I don’t have time, but I have many other legitimate questions about the long-term safety, therefore, of this vaccine. For example, with it accumulating in the ovaries, one of my questions is, will we be rendering young people infertile — some of them infertile. So, I’ll stop there. I know it’s heavy-hitting, but I wanted to get my message out.
On Friday, the Toronto Sun published an article citing Dr. Bridle’s concerns about vaccinating children for the coronavirus. He says he wants to avoid “another A-Z fiasco” referring to the Canadian government’s flip-flop on the approving then quickly banning the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine due to complications. Dr. Bridle says that there just isn’t enough data to determine the long-term safety of vaccinating children with an experimental mRNA vaccine.
He told the Sun, “That’s not how this is supposed to work, our kids should not be the guinea pigs,” adding, “Stop using our children as shields in this battle that is an adult battle.”
“When you get down to the low end of the spectrum, the cost-benefit analysis changes completely,” says Dr. Byram Bridle, an Associate Professor of Viral Immunology at the University of Guelph.
“If the risk associated with the treatment is less than the risk associated with the disease, of course you apply the treatment.”
But Bridle — whose lab research into vaccines has been supported by the Canadian government, among other bodies — says while this is definitely the case in elderly persons, when it comes to children there has been very little research that actually shows the risk of rare adverse effects from vaccines are less than the risk of the disease.
Source: Toronto Sun
An article posted on Medium written by a trio of authors including, Dr. Stefan Baral, an Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Dr. Vinay Prasad, an Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the University of California San Francisco, and Dr. Wesley Pegden, an Associate Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University, that raises the same concerns. They wrote, “Rare adverse events really could prove to be the most durable public health legacy of [emergency authorization] for child COVID-19 vaccines.”
“For adults, the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination are enormous, while for children, they are relatively minor,” concluding, “A wide rollout of child COVID-19 vaccines should follow the standard regulatory process as for most children, unlike adults, COVID-19 vaccination is not addressing an emergency.”
This is in contrast to what the Center for Disease Control and Prevention saying that the coronavirus vaccines are safe for children, though they’re kind of vague on the details, especially since myocarditis has been reported in a few dozen teens and young adults.
In a fact sheet, the CDC response to the question, “Are COVID-19 vaccines safe for my child?” is as follows:
Yes. COVID-19 vaccination provides safe and effective protection against the virus that causes COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines have been used under the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history. The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine is now available for everyone ages 12 years and older. In the clinical trial for children 12 through 15 years old, no safety concerns were identified with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. The clinical trial also showed that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was 100% effective at preventing COVID-19 with symptoms in children 12 through 15 years old. In addition, children’s immune systems responded to the vaccine in a way similar to that of older teens and young adults. To get the most protection, your child will need 2 shots given 3 weeks (21 days) apart.
No matter what Saint Fauci, Rochelle Walensky, Co-Presidents Biden-Harris, and the Corporate Media tell you, there are some medical experts that do have questions about The Science™ of the long-term effects of the vaccine.
In order to have proper informed consent, we need to know the pros and cons of the vaccines especially the long-term effects on children and teens, especially if, as Dr. Bridle is concerned, it could result in sterility in some cases.
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