Canadian Minister of Health responds with a generic line about how “safe” the vaccines are.
Rick Nicholls, a Canadian member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament, confronted Ontario’s Minister of Health (MOH) Christine Elliott last week about the supposed sharp rise in stillbirths being recorded in fully vaccinated women.
Nicholls began his statement by revealing his daughter had a healthy baby back when doctors were still warning pregnant mothers to avoid taking the new mRNA Covid vaccines.
A few months later, doctors said it was fine for expecting mothers to take the experimental vaccines, and in the city of Waterloo, there was said to be a 21x increase in stillbirths compared to an average of six per year.
“In the Waterloo area, 86 stillbirths have occurred from January to July,” Nicholls said. “And, normally it’s roughly one stillbirth every two months. But here’s the kicker – mothers of stillbirth babies were fully vaccinated, and you have clearly said on numerous occasions that the vaccines are safe.”
Other parliament members and people in the crowd let out groans and objections as MPP Nicholls spoke.
Ignoring the haters, he continued, “So minister, what do you say to the doctors who told expecting women it was okay to get fully vaccinated and what should they tell the mothers who deliver a stillborn baby?”
MOH Elliot answered Nicholls by first congratulating him on becoming a grandfather before generically claiming the Covid vaccines are safe and recommended for women who are expecting a child.
The health minister offered no data or statistics to back her claims.
A video released by a man called Dr. Daniel Nagase at the end of November detailed what he called a startling increase in stillbirths in the Waterloo area.
The doctor obtained the Waterloo data through a provincial prosecutor who got the information from a nurse working at the hospital.
Doulas working at a birthing center in Vancouver, Canada are saying they witnessed 13 stillbirths within a 24-hour period.
The Chief of Obstetrician and Gynecology at Cambridge Memorial Hospital came forward after the allegations and said, “This year, we have had 982 deliveries in Cambridge and four still-births. That is a still-birth rate of 0.41 percent, which is our average.”
However, the statistics are not publicly available and there would technically be no penalty if the hospital were to lie about the numbers.
“We have a right to all the information and all the details,” Dr. Nagase said.
One thing is sure, the possible correlation between the experimental Covid injections and stillbirths must be investigated thoroughly.
Harrison Smith of The American Journal covered this tragic story last month.