Regarding pregnant women vaxxed in the first and secnd trimester - 104 out of 127 women experienced a miscarriage. This means the miscarriage rate of women who received the vaccine in the first or second trimester is actually 81.9%, or 8 out of 10 women – way, way above the national average.

Links to the original study available in this linked article (or in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Study Shows That Up To 8 In 10 Women Had A Miscarriage After Getting The Covid Vaccine Before The Third Trimester | Evie Magazine

A simple math error [on purpose or not on purpose I don’t know] on part of team responsible for the Shimabukuro NEJM/CDC paper has been known for months.

Some of us caught it at the time.

It is quite convoluted how Shimabukuro explained it [in which they made math error, which they did not acknowledge; that resulted in erroneous conclusions their NEJM paper was based on].

In simplest terms: Shimbakuro et al. used the wrong denominator, at a key point in calculations; based on their own data, via this math error, they then wrongly assess a much lower, instead of the correct, much higher percents of miscarriages — based on their own data set, from the CDC V-SAFE.

Obviously, this never should have occurred, but it did and NEJM published it; that is where, in the old days, peer review, proof readers and fact checkers would be deployed; and had that happened, there would be no debate that the data in the Shimbakuro paper itself shows exactly the miscarriage rate of at least 81.88976% in either trimester 1 or 2. [Citing “fact checkers” like discredited Reuters –after the fact — to “debunk” corrections to the NEJM failure to fact check in the first place, before hand — prior to publishing — is a fools errand at best.]

Of 827 completed pregnancies, at least 700 were from a third semester covid 19 vax shots. Thus, at most, 127 otherwise, either trimester 1 or 2/ covid shots.

Thus at least 104 spontaneous abortions, divided by at most 127, equals a miscarriage rate of at least 81.88976%

104/127 = 82%

But this is not how the Shimbakuro team calculated, and that is on them, and on the NEJM, and also on the CDC which spread this, as Shimbakuro is their main guy on pregnancy safety and the covid shots. So obviously this is a very big deal. And this gross error needs to be acknowledged and corrected. That is what rational people do. That is the actual scientific method.

Links to the original study available in this linked article (or in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Study Shows That Up To 8 In 10 Women Had A Miscarriage After Getting The Covid Vaccine Before The Third Trimester | Evie Magazine

A simple math error [on purpose or not on purpose I don’t know] on part of team responsible for the Shimabukuro NEJM/CDC paper has been known for months.

Some of us caught it at the time.

It is quite convoluted how Shimabukuro explained it [in which they made math error, which they did not acknowledge; that resulted in erroneous conclusions their NEJM paper was based on].

In simplest terms: Shimbakuro et al. used the wrong denominator, at a key point in calculations; based on their own data, via this math error, they then wrongly assess a much lower, instead of the correct, much higher percents of miscarriages — based on their own data set, from the CDC V-SAFE.

Obviously, this never should have occurred, but it did and NEJM published it; that is where, in the old days, peer review, proof readers and fact checkers would be deployed; and had that happened, there would be no debate that the data in the Shimbakuro paper itself shows exactly the miscarriage rate of at least 81.88976% in either trimester 1 or 2. [Citing “fact checkers” like discredited Reuters –after the fact — to “debunk” corrections to the NEJM failure to fact check in the first place, before hand — prior to publishing — is a fools errand at best.]

Of 827 completed pregnancies, at least 700 were from a third semester covid 19 vax shots. Thus, at most, 127 otherwise, either trimester 1 or 2/ covid shots.

Thus at least 104 spontaneous abortions, divided by at most 127, equals a miscarriage rate of at least 81.88976%

104/127 = 82%

But this is not how the Shimbakuro team calculated, and that is on them, and on the NEJM, and also on the CDC which spread this, as Shimbakuro is their main guy on pregnancy safety and the covid shots. So obviously this is a very big deal. And this gross error needs to be acknowledged and corrected. That is what rational people do. That is the actual scientific method.