The War Room/DailyClout’s Pfizer Documents Research Volunteers — a group of medical and scientific experts who have selflessly stepped up to analyze the tens of thousands of formerly internal Pfizer documents released under court order subsequent to a lawsuit by Aaron Siri’s firm, Siri & Glimstad, and a FOIA by Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency — have now fully demonstrated that Pfizer’s mRNA vaccines target human reproduction in comprehensive, likely irreversible ways.
War Room/DailyClout Pfizer Documents Research Volunteers Project Director and DailyClout COO Amy Kelly found that the Pfizer vaccine ingredients permeate the testes and affect the epididymis, the Sertoli cells — the “nurse” cells of the testicles — the Leydig cells, which are the primary sources of testosterone in males, and the germ cells https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK556007/.
In other words, beyond just suppressing sperm count and sperm motility, the injections damage baby boys’ and small boys’ and teenage boys’ ability to grow up normally in terms of the development of masculinity itself: https://dailyclout.io/pfizer-fda-cdc-hid-proven-harms-to-male-sperm-quality-testes-function-from-mrna-vaccine-ingredients/.
Even the next generations are under attack: A new study pre-print, ““Pre-exposure to mRNA-LNP inhibits adaptive immune responses and alters innate immune fitness in an inheritable fashion,” by Zhen Qin, Aurélie Bouteau, Christopher Herbst, and Botond Z. Igyártó, shows that the mRNA injection can affect future generations: ‘‘…mice pre-exposed to the mRNA-LNP platform can pass down the acquired immune traits to their offspring…” It goes on to say, “Thus, these data all together support that the immune changes induced by the mRNA-LNP vaccine in parents can be passed down to the offspring,” as well as, “…our study…shows the capacity of these vaccines to transmit protection trans-generationally…”
The pre-print includes the graphic below, which illustrates how in two to four litters – from the same parents – the effects of the RNA carried via lipid nanoparticles injected into mice, persist in their offspring.
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