Is the Zika virus ‘epidemic’ being used to cover up vaccine-induced miscarriages and birth defects?
Although wonderful for many women, pregnancy comes with a great responsibility. Especially in an age when scientific research is often manipulated for the sake of profit, a mother-to-be is faced with a set of very difficult choices in order to keep herself and her baby healthy. One of these choices involves the controversial vaccinations that are pushed down on pregnant women by public health officials and obstetricians.
Several of these vaccines are known to cause miscarriages and birth defects. Sounds familiar? The recent Zika virus “epidemic” displays a similar profile. So far, it’s been claimed that pregnant women who are contaminated with the virus are at a higher risk of miscarriage, while the virus itself has been publicly linked to a birth defect called microcephaly. But is it possible that that Zika is being used to cover up vaccine injury in pregnant women?