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Abortion for the Infertile?
Elections just turned on a fictional premise.
If Axios is to be believed, reports from yesterday’s election indicate that abortion rights were most important to voters. Ohio voters added the right to abortion to their state’s constitution. And Virginia voters apparently rebuked Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s 15-week limit on abortion. Kentucky’s Gov. Andy Beshear had emphasized abortion rights, and won re-election last night.
But there’s a little problem with becoming a single-issue voter for rights that are moot: You likely won’t get to exercise them. Births are down, and abortions are still rare.
In the US, Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the United States, provides 38,000 abortions in a US population of 334,233, 854 people. That is one abortion for every 10,000 US residents per year.
So only one hundredth of one percent of us get an abortion each year. That’s not very much when you consider that elections in three states supposedly turned on this issue of abortion access. What am I missing?
Births are down throughout Europe following the peak of COVID vaccine uptake, such as here in Germany, compiled by Substacker CM27874 from the UN database and Moody’s:
From the article:
Each of 19 European countries showed a similar trend at 9 months following peak COVID vaccine uptake:
I wrote about those plunging birth rates in the aftermath of the COVID vaccines here: https://colleenhuber.substack.com/p/birth-rates-plunge-in-heavily-vaccinated
I warned of infertility following COVID vaccines here, way back at the beginning of the COVID vaccine era: https://www.primarydoctor.org/covidvaccine and then later about plunging birth rates here: https://colleenhuber.substack.com/p/birth-rates-plunge-in-heavily-vaccinated
The lipid nanoparticle (LNP) delivery vehicle of mRNA alone was known to wreak havoc on fertility. Here is an overview of that damage to human male and female reproductive organs.
Pfizer had warned of male infertility seen following their injections here:
And I wrote several articles warning of female infertility and miscarriages following COVID vaccination, such as this one:
Stillbirths, miscarriages, malformations and other birth-related tragedies have increased enormously since the COVID vaccines. James Thorp MD, a many-decade obstetrician led a research team on this paper: https://www.jpands.org/vol28no1/thorp.pdf
I have been imploring people for three years not to take these injections. I believe infertility has not been acknowledged by government databases, in which lag time in reporting can only be blamed for so long, before ever larger contradictory data sets show up. Perhaps this will happen before changes in total preschool and elementary school enrollment figures.
At any rate, it appears that the 2023 elections just turned on a fictional premise for some of the most driven voters: to be fertile, and the memory of what it was like to begin a family.
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