A big question that many people have been asking since the start of 2021 is whether the COVID shots have a major impact on human fertility. We know from a ton of both anecdotal evidence and direct stories, thanks to people like Dr. Naomi Wolf gathering them, that the shots attack women’s ovaries and greatly reduce the likelihood that a healthy pregnancy can be carried to full term. But what about men? Are the shots affecting their fertility as well? The answer, thanks to a published study in the journal Andrology, is “Yes.” The second Pfizer dose causes men’s sperm counts to plummet.
We’ve known from the leaked DMED data from the US military earlier this year that the shots are doing something to human fertility. 20,000 servicemembers were sterilized between August of 2021 and January of 2022 when Joe Biden’s forced vaccine mandate was put into place. The military’s hefty vaccination schedule normally only sterilizes about 2,000 servicemembers in a calendar year.
Pause on that stat for a moment. In a normal year, 2,000 military servicemembers are sterilized by the non-COVID vaccines. That number shot up 10X to more than 20,000 in the six months after Biden’s vaccine mandate. That included about 12,000 women and about 8,000 men. What happened?
We know that the women’s ovaries are attacked by the shots and it’s affecting fertility. And thanks to this new study, we now know it affects the testes in such a way that sperm counts drop like a stone. How it causes full-on sterilization and how the military determines that are still open questions.
According to the researchers, between three and five months after receiving the second Pfizer shot, men’s sperm counts plummeted by a median of 22%. Nothing happens initially after the shot, but several months later, a man’s chances of impregnating his wife drop by an order of magnitude. And since it happens several months after the shot, corrupt doctors can pretend that it was global warming or some other nonsense that caused the guy’s fertility collapse.
The research study claims that the men’s sperm counts then “recovered” in the next few months that they tracked them. It explains that their sperm counts increased from -22% all the way up to -19%. Uh… does a negative 22% drop that increases to negative 19% sound like a “recovery” to you? That’s like barely recovering a tiny bit when you’re dealing with male fertility. That’s not a recovery.
The study also plays around with medians and averages when it comes to the collapse in sperm counts. Both are useful, but sometimes these figures can be used to hide data. Using medians hides the “worse-case scenario” numbers when you’re looking at a study like this. By saying that sperm counts dropped by a median 22%, that could very well mean that some of the men studied had their sperm counts completely wiped out. It’s impossible to know whether the researchers did this to hide the worst numbers or not, but since they called a -19% sperm count a “recovery,” it’s entirely possible.
Let’s assume that the COVID shots actually worked and prevented you from catching COVID. I know, that’s a hilarious notion to most of us by now, since we all know that the shots’ effectiveness vanishes within a few months. But let’s pretend they work and do a short risk-reward analysis for men or women under the age of 40.
The reward would be that if you received the shots, you wouldn’t catch COVID. You would be totally safe from catching a disease that might give you a fever for three or four days.
And the risk? The risk is that there is a greater than zero chance that you will never be able to have a child if you get the shots. We don’t know the exact risk yet, but let’s say it’s one-tenth of one percent. If you’re one of the unlucky ones, you’re never having kids. Sorry. But at least you will have avoided having a fever from COVID for two or three days!
Does the reward outweigh the risk of taking these shots? Absolutely not.
No one under the age of 40 should willingly allow themselves to be injected with these shots – and especially goes for kids under 5, which the FDA just approved.