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Liberty Counsel Action is warning Americans that the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines include an mRNA sequence which “will hijack your body’s production system to create a spike protein.”

“Your body will then fight against what it just created with antibodies that should also recognize and overpower the COVID virus,” wrote Liberty Counsel Action chairman Mat Staver.

One concern is that the spike protein shares an amino acid sequence with syncytin-1, which is a rare protein discovered inside a pregnant woman’s placenta. Multiple doctors have expressed concern that the antibody response to the vaccine may train a woman’s body to reject and attack her placenta when she conceives, which may cause a miscarriage.

According to Dr. Jerome Kim, the Director General of the International Vaccine Institute, development and testing of a vaccine can take more than 10 years — five of which is the typical testing period.

“This vaccine was released to the public without being studied on even one pregnant woman, let alone a whole group to see the outcome,” Staver wrote. “The entire process was truncated. While we already know many side effects, we will not know most of them for many years. You are the Guinea pig!”

A medical endocrinologist called Dr. Patricia Powers told Liberty Counsel Action that the fetus uses the spike protein to implant in the uterine wall to establish the placenta.

“The fact that this is a shared mechanism is very concerning, with definite implications for female fertility,” Dr. Powers said.

Dr. Powers predicted it would take months or years to collect the necessary data.

“Another issue is the fact that most adverse reactions are never connected to the vaccine because of the time delay, so any data we do manage to get will likely reflect just the tip of the iceberg,” she said.

The Associated Press correctly pointed out that syncytin-1 is not in the actual injection, which allowed it to call claims of infertility “false.”

“But this only exposes their shallow understanding of how these new vaccines work,” Staver wrote. “The vaccines include genetic materials that force your body to create this amino acid sequence also in syncytin-1 and then to fight against it with antibodies.”

According to Liberty Counsel Action, Dr. Michael Yeadon believes the vaccine will cause infertility. Yeadon is the former head of respiratory research for Pfizer.

Author: Jacob Hall