The original point of this discussion was that the government mandate was put in place before testing was done on pregnant women or on fertility. Both of which aren’t true.
To be clear: the Sperm Parameters study was conducted by the Miami Department of Urology with n=45 participants with no control group. This is what you qualify as ample fertility testing? Can you point me to the VRBPAC discussion on this study?
Point of reference: the medical community stated that Ivermectin wasn't proven against treating C-19 despite 95 studies, 45 RCTs, and n=134,500 participants.
Please answer these questions regarding the Pfizer-directed pregnancy study you linked:
1) Did you know that the Biden Admin announced the vax mandate on 9 SEP 2021, 10 months before this study completed in JUL 2022?
2) Do you see a conflict of interest in that the company that would benefit from selling the shot conducted this safety study? Yes or no?
3) Do you honestly believe that the Pfizer researchers had sufficient data in the middle of their study to confidently inform Biden admin of shot safety before the vax mandate declaration on 9 SEP?
4) Why do you believe that a study with n=350 is sufficient, robust, and clear evidence of shot safety?
5) Why do you think that only including pregnant women @ 24-34 weeks' gestation is sufficient for assessing shot safety for all pregnant women? What is the most dangerous trimester of pregnancy? (Answer: first). Were first trimester pregnancies included in the study (Answer: no)
6) I can't find where the results were posted - can you link me?
Just use google! All the very real stats showing the dangers! It's all right there! (Disclaimer - I will make these claims without actually posting the data because...!!)
Says the guy who doesn't address the data that I post in this thread.
The best number you have is excess death/mortality. You can't screw with that. Those numbers show serious undercounting early.
Excess death and mortality are exceedingly high all over the globe in 2022 and 2023. Does that concern you?