A CBS News story earlier this week sounded a recurring alarm about the record decline of birth rates in the U.S.
The news agency obtained records from health departments in more than two dozen states showing a 7% drop in births in December 2020 — nine months after the first lockdowns began.
As the Pew graph below illustrates, the overall drop in birth rates actually began in 2006.
Baffled "experts" blame everything from social media to the economy. But they overlooked one obvious possible explanation: the Gardasil HPV vaccine, which the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention' Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommended for every American girl between the ages of 9 and 26 — beginning in 2006.
Clinical trial researchers for Merck, Gardasil's manufacturer, reported an explosion of reproductive injuries among the 20,000 trial volunteers. An astronomical 15% – 17% of trial participants experienced a range of reproductive harms, including premature ovarian failure.