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Dr. James Thorp tells Pastor David Scarlett:

• https://vaccinedeaths.com, By Kevin Hughes

Dr. James Thorp, a maternal fetal medicine specialist, told host Pastor David Scarlett during the January 14 episode of "His Glory" on Brighteon.TV that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines are causing massive pregnancy loss.

Thorp noted that there has been a massive spike in the number of deaths and pregnancy losses associated with the COVID injections compared with the other vaccines. He presented six slides, including data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS).

"You look at the massive disparity in the deaths per month from all of these various vaccines. The COVID vaccine has much higher [deaths per month] than all other vaccines," Thorp said. The doctor presently living in Florida also took note of the high number of fetal malformations associated with COVID vaccination, which he said is also massive compared to all other vaccinations.

Thorpe also presented a slide showing pregnancy loss associated with the COVID vaccine, which includes miscarriage, stillbirth and fetal death. He said that the data showing the massive number of pregnancy losses from the COVID vaccination and pregnancy compared to all other vaccinations is stunning. (Related: STUDY: Covid "vaccines" kill nine out of 10 babies in first trimester of pregnancy.)

Permanent lifelong damages for babies

The maternal fetal medicine specialist also pointed out that aside from fetal death and fetal malformation, babies exposed to vaccines before birth will have permanent lifelong damages, including cognitive brain disability, permanent immunological disability and a variety of autoimmune diseases.

"It's horrible, disastrous. And if that weren't bad enough, the vaccine appears to suppress some of the normal immune surveillance. So it has unleashed a large number of very rare cancers in newborns and infants in the first year of life," Thorp said.


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