Last Updated on September 27, 2022
A recently released scientific study revealed trace amounts of the Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were found in the breast milk of lactating women.
The esteemed Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) released the study Monday to warn women who are breastfeeding children younger than six months.
“Trace amounts of #COVID19 vaccine mRNAs were detected in the breast milk of some lactating women. Caution is warranted regarding #breastfeeding infants younger than six months in the first two days after maternal COVID-19 vaccination,” JAMA posted on Twitter.
However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has continued to pressure breastfeeding mothers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) criticized the Biden administration for supporting vaccine mandates which require vulnerable mothers to receive the vaccine regardless of breastfeeding status.
“Now we find out that Biden’s vaccine mandates caused infants (for which no safe dose has been established) to receive mRNA through their mother’s breast milk. Does abuse of power get any more evil?” Massie questioned on Twitter.
Now we find out that Biden’s vaccine mandates caused infants (for which no safe dose has been established) to receive mRNA through their mother’s breast milk. Does abuse of power get any more evil?https://t.co/9v6lz2G37Z pic.twitter.com/lmiOvupBPS
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) September 27, 2022
Social media users joined in with outrage. One Twitter user posted a clip that showcased the CDC’s relentless vaccine encouragement on Twitter.
In July 2021, Reuters published an article in July 2021 with the headline “No trace of mRNA vaccine found in breast milk; gene found that helps identify COVID-19 early.”
The JAMA research directly contrasts what Reuters, the CDC, and the Biden administration claimed for the entirety of the COVID pandemic.
“Nice that you decided to mention this AFTER pushing to mandate it for 1.5 years,” Christina Pushaw, Governor Ron Desantis’s (R-FL) press secretary, posted in response to JAMA’s tweet.
Earlier this month, National File reported on COVID-19 vaccine backtracking in Denmark:
“The government of Denmark has advised healthy citizens under 50 to forgo COVID-19 vaccine boosters, the Danish Health Authority announced this week. Authorities cited lower risk of extreme illness or death among this age range in making the decision.
In statement, the government plainly stated that COVID-19 vaccines do not halt the spread of the virus. “The purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with COVID-19, and people aged under 50 are therefore currently not being offered booster vaccination,” the Danish Health Authority wrote in a September 13 statement.”
Stay tuned to National File for any updates.