COVID-19 Vaccines Affect Male Fertility, and We Were Lied to About It

COVID-19 Vaccines Affect Male Fertility, And We Were Lied To About It

Look up whether COVID-19 vaccines cause male infertility, and you’ll likely find a lengthy barrage of mainstream media news sites and U.S health agencies riddled with propaganda designed to ease your vaccine hesitancy.

These agencies, organizations, and news outlets receive funding from the Department of Health and Human Services to promote only positive messaging about COVID vaccines, so you’ll have to take everything you read on their websites with an entire shaker of salt.

The Clevland Clinic will tell you it’s a rumor that COVID vaccines cause infertility and attempt to reinforce that myth with their misinformation, while the National Institutes of Health will tell you COVID vaccines are good but SARS-CoV-2 infection is bad.

The American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) states, “there are no data about the impact of the COVID-19 vaccine on male or female fertility.”

This is not a reassuring statement. This is a key sign that a product was rushed to market without adequate safety studies or long-term data. There is NO DATA about the impact of COVID-19 vaccines on male or female fertility — so the logical next step was to mandate it for millions of people?

The ASRM isn’t completely lying to you of course. The truth is, pharmaceutical companies have not conducted studies testing the effects of their “vaccines” on fertility.

Pfizer only had two months of initial data when it went to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market its experimental gene therapy all the way to the bank, and none of that data included anything about fertility. They didn’t do the studies and the data they presented to the FDA attests to that.

However, a biodistribution study was discovered in June 2021 through a Freedom of Information Act request in Japan and revealed alarming data about the potential effects COVID vaccines pose to fertility in animals — but “out of sight out of mind” is the adage of censorship.

Enter a new Israeli peer-reviewed paper published June 17 in the Journal of Andrology. This study confirms what many of us suspected from the very beginning — COVID-19 vaccines can negatively affect male fertility — and it wasn’t even remotely smart to mandate an experimental “vaccine” for millions of men, let alone sign off on booster shots.

In this retrospective longitudinal multicenter comparison study, researchers explored the impact of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on semen among sperm donors in Israel.

The study analyzed 220 semen samples of 37 donors from sperm banks in Israel. The study participants received two doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 (BNT162b2) vaccine, were negative for SARS-CoV-2, and did not have COVID symptoms.

Participants were considered vaccinated one week after their second Pfizer shot. The study was divided into four study phases: baseline or pre-vaccination phase (T0) encompassing one to two semen samples per donor, short-term evaluation phase (T1), intermediate-term evaluation phase (T2), and long-term evaluation phase (T3).

The T1, T2, and T3 phases included one to three samples per donor and were obtained 15 to 45 days, 75 to 120 days and after >150 days of completion of the two-dose series. The changes in sperm concentration, semen volume, sperm motility, and total motility count after the second dose were assessed.

The findings showed sperm concentration was reduced 3 months after receiving a second Pfizer shot.

The researchers cushioned the blow by stating sperm counts returned to normal at five months — ironically, just in time for a booster. The decreases were only temporary, they wrote.

They then went on to sing the praises of COVID vaccines, which is a requirement for securing a spot (or maintaining it) in a scientific journal regardless of the findings.

Yet, the actual data doesn’t support the argument that sperm levels returned to normal after five months.

“In fact, by some measures, levels continued to decline,” said Alex Berenson, former New York Times reporter and author of Pandemia.

At the very end of the study — after a list of 30 references — the authors published the actual data. It was more telling than the author’s brisk gloss-over of the supposedly temporary male infertility COVID vaccines cause.

“This tactic is now commonplace among researchers putting out data that might raise concerns about the mRNA shots,” Berenson said. “It is likely a response to the overwhelming political pressure to hide the deepening crisis around the safety and efficacy of shots that governments have given to over a billion people worldwide.”

Below is a chart showing “total motile count” — the number of sperm in the ejaculated semen sample — plunged by 22% three to five months after the second dose (T2) and barely recovered during the final count (T3) when it was still 19% below the pre-vaccine level.

Source: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/andr.13209

To downplay this reality, the authors of the study focused on median sperm counts instead of average counts to support their conclusion that sperm counts recovered after five months.

The median is the middle number in a series of numbers. The average is the sum of all the numbers added together divided by the total number of values.

According to Berenson, using the median rather than the average will hide extreme outliers.

“In this case, the fact that the average fell much more than the median is a sign that some of the men probably had near-zero sperm counts in both the second and third time periods — and that fact is arguably more important than the median change,” Berenson said.

Berenson doesn’t believe declining sperm counts can be blamed on the spike protein as “mRNA-generated spike proteins cause our immune cells to ramp up the systemic production of anti-spike antibodies.”

If spike proteins were to blame, one would expect to see a “short-term decrease in sperm count that reverses over time. Instead, total sperm counts are unaffected shortly after the mRNA shots, then decrease months later and hardly recover,” Berenson said.

Needless to say, COVID-19 vaccines should never have been authorized by U.S. health agencies and mandated by the Biden administration without studying how they affect fertility.

It’s alarming to think that some men are on their fifth booster dose and we have no idea how the primary series affects sperm counts in the long run, let alone after boosters. Perhaps the continuation of the human race goes out the window when you’ve got billions on the line and a small window of opportunity to capitalize on a “pandemic.”