MIT Scientist on COVID Vaccine: ‘Don’t Go Near It’ + Warnings for Pregnant Women
The latest episode of CHD.TV’s “Against the Wind” with host Dr. Paul Thomas featured an interview with Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D., senior research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology who discussed the “stealth design” of messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines.
Thomas also interviewed Neil Z. Miller, medical research journalist, director of Think Twice Global Vaccine Institute and author of “Miller’s Review of Critical Vaccine Studies,” on his extensive research on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) and COVID vaccines.
Thomas began the show with a big announcement: He is taking care of pediatric patients again. His medical license, suspended by the Oregon Medical Board days prior to publishing a vaccinated versus unvaccinated study, was reinstated in June.
Next, Thomas asked Seneff why doctors like Peter McCullough and scientists like herself believe mRNA vaccines pose more risks than benefits to everyone who receives them, including the elderly and children.
“I believe that they are extremely toxic and a lot of it has to do with all the manipulations that they made on the product. It’s a completely not-natural system. They’ve created this monster messenger RNA molecule that pretends to be human, but the changes that they made in the messenger RNA that would normally be a virus — they turned it into a human messenger RNA. That’s very important.”
Seneff and Thomas discussed how this molecular change makes cells miss signals and act inappropriately, which causes severe adverse effects, including reproductive harm.
Seneff offered parting words to anyone taking the COVID vaccine, “Don’t go near it,” she said.
Thomas shifted the conversation to Miller, who reported three discoveries based on his analysis of VAERS and COVID vaccines:
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analysis on the safety of COVID vaccination during pregnancy, published in the The New England Journal of Medicine, was conducted on 827 pregnant women. The analysis concluded no “obvious safety signals,” yet Miller’s review of the tables found 104 spontaneous abortions, which is 12.6% of the participants. Of the participants, 700 were not vaccinated until the third trimester.
- Older age groups are most likely to have serious adverse events after COVID vaccination.
- Based on his 2021 study on vaccines and sudden infant deaths, of the 2,605 infant deaths reported to VAERS from 1990-2019, 58% clustered within three days of post-vaccination and 78% of infant deaths reported to VAERS clustered within seven days post-vaccination.
Miller also presented an analysis of four peer-reviewed studies on the vaccinated versus unvaccinated, including a 2021 study co-authored by CHD.TV’s Brian Hooker, Ph.D., which found vaccinated children were significantly more likely than unvaccinated children to develop adverse health conditions.
Regular contributor Bernadette Pajer, public policy director of Informed Choice Washington, finished the third part of the show with news and information on journalist Jeremy Hammond’s article on natural immunity, and what the CDC is hiding about COVID vaccines and myocarditis, according to tech entrepreneur Steve Kirsch.
“Against the Wind” is hosted by Dr. Paul Thomas, a Portland, Oregon pediatrician and author of “The Vaccine-Friendly Plan.” Each show features interviews with doctors and scientists who are bringing light to vital studies not covered by the media, and the persecution they face for standing up for medical freedom.