During a conversation led by Senator Ron Johnson, Dr. Janci Lindsay warned that ‘there is no way that we can say at this point that [the shots] are safe nor effective.’
On Wednesday, a highly experienced toxicologist with more than three decades of scientific expertise issued an alarming alert regarding the potential reproductive damages that could result from taking mRNA COVID vaccines. She urged for further study to evaluate the impact of the vaccinations on fertility.
During U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin’s Wednesday roundtable discussion, Dr. Janci Lindsay cautioned about the potential for COVID-19 vaccines to unintentionally “sterilize an entire generation” or “be passed on to next generations as inadvertent gene transfer.”
Lindsay firmly believed that it is “absolutely irresponsible to continue any of these shots” to continue administering the shots to children and people of child-bearing age until further research has been conducted, as there is presently no certainty regarding their safety or efficacy.
To conclude her brief speech, she demanded an inquiry into the possible risk that these vaccines may pose to human fertility.
Dr. Janci Lindsay is an acclaimed Biochemist and Molecular biologist, having obtained her PhD from the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. At present, she serves as the Director of Toxicology & Molecular Biology at Toxicology Support Services LLC in Sealy, TX – a consulting firm devoted to providing top-of-the-line toxicological services and solutions.
According to her company’s website, Lindsay boasts “extensive experience in analyzing the molecular profile of pharmacologic responses as they pertain to the dose/response relationship.” The medical professional has also performed risk analyses and studied the “toxicological profile of various consumer and industrial products,” as stated in her online bio.
At Wednesday’s dialogue, featuring esteemed medical professionals such as Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone, Lindsay conveyed that the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines don’t merely remain in the arm near where they were injected – they travel throughout your body!
“We were told initially that it would just stay in the arm, but it does not. It ends up being distributed throughout the entire body for both Moderna and Pfizer,” she said, adding the “caveat” that Moderna’s jab contents haven’t been found in the kidneys.
“Now, what are those tissues? The brain, the spleen, the endocrine glands, the bone marrow, the blood preferentially, the ovaries and the testes,” she continued. “Now, what happens when gene therapies get to the ovaries and the testes? Well, we just don’t know because unfortunately it hasn’t been adequately studied.”
According to Lindsay, the jabs have the “potential to cause immense reproductive harm and potentially sterilize an entire generation.”
“This has not been looked into and it must be looked into,” Lindsay said. “I am demanding now that this be investigated.”
Unsurprisingly, Lindsay’s refusal to accept the popular opinion on COVID-19 vaccinations has been met with disapproval. Recently, HealthFeedback conducted a fact-check of Lindsay’s claims and concluded that they were incorrect. Clarifying their stance on the matter, Health Feedback highlighted that COVID vaccines are not gene therapy therapies because they do not alter human DNA and also debunked any theory regarding fertility issues caused by these vaccinations in either men or women.
However, not all experts agree that the mRNA jabs are not actually gene therapies.
In September of last year, mRNA technology pioneer Dr. Malone argued that the use of mRNA in COVID jabs amounts to “gene therapy applied to vaccines”, and backed up the concerns of skeptics who he said “have a right to be wary about a new technology that is not well understood,” LifeSiteNews previously reported.
Meanwhile in October 2021, the president of Bayer’s Pharmaceuticals Division referred to mRNA technology in Pfizer and Moderna’s COVID shots as a “cell and gene therapy” while humorously implying that had the coronavirus not been present, people would have likely refrained from receiving it.
“If we had surveyed two years ago in the public – ‘would you be willing to take a gene or cell therapy and inject it into your body?’ – we probably would have had a 95% refusal rate,” he said.
While some have dismissed worries about the jabs’ potential impacts on human reproduction, there are experts who disagree with them.
Recent research that uncovered a significant number of menstrual irregularities post-vaccination has caused worries regarding the effects of jabs on the female reproductive system. Moreover, a study that underwent rigorous peer-reviews has discovered an observable decrease in male fertility shortly following the administration of Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine.
In February, a Swedish study proposed that mRNA technology could be incorporated into cellular DNA—contrary to the CDC’s claims that COVID-19 vaccines would not alter our genetic makeup.
In November, esteemed obstetrician-gynecologist and maternal fetal medicine specialist Dr. James A. Thorp declared the release of COVID vaccines for expecting mothers as “the most catastrophic event in the history of obstetrics and all medical practice.”