A nurse whistleblower has testified that millions of fetal deaths have been recorded in America since the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines for pregnant mothers.
According to Michelle Gershman, a registered nurse who spoke with Dr. James Thorp and members of the organization Children’s Health Defense, pregnant women forced into accepting the “experimental gene therapy” program is the “most egregious ethical disaster in the history of medicine.”
“I don’t understand how people just brush it off and pretend it’s not a big deal,” Gershman noted. “It’s absolutely a big deal. I do truly believe that babies are given to us by God, they’re meant to bring us love and joy, and if something comes between that, trying to take your baby away, to me that’s absolutely evil.”
Discernreport.com reports: Gershman noted that more unborn babies began dying in her hospital right around the spring of 2021, when the COVID-19 vaccines first started being distributed in the United States.
“I already noticed that this increase in fetal demises was happening, but no one was really saying anything about them,” recalled Gershman. “When I started working there, I would see one fetal demise every two or three months. And then when these shots started coming out, we were starting to see them maybe once a week.”
Gershman has worked as a postpartum nurse since Nov. 2020, around the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. She noted that the coronavirus did not appear to adversely affect infant mortality or cause any major health issues for most pregnant women.
But starting in spring 2021, when the COVID-19 vaccines started becoming more widespread, Gershman started noticing all kinds of health complications pop up for pregnant women, mostly circulatory problems. These include women who still have high blood pressure even after giving birth and women experiencing blood clots and bursting of blood vessels in the eyes at far higher rates.
Many babies who were born to vaccinated women were unusually fatigued and their faces would come out discolored or even bruised. Many of these newborns had to spend some time in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit due to having difficulty breathing.
For months, administrators at Gershman’s hospital refused to address the issue. But by Sept. 2022, a hospital manager finally emailed employees admitting that the number of fetal deaths went from one or two per month to at least 20 each month. Gershman noted that the sudden rise coincided with the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Unfortunately, rather than call for proper approaches on how to save the dying newborns, the hospital manager informed hospital staff to “brush up on your policies” in order to “be able to handle a dead baby.”