As a part of a shadowy, left-wing vaccine coercion campaign directed at black and Hispanic Christians, Carlos del Rio, MD warns pregnant women that the “risk of getting Covid during pregnancy is really high”. Dr. del Rio further states that there is “absolutely no side effect” for pregnant women who take the vaccine.

The comments are shockingly irresponsible considering that both the U.K.’s Yellow Card adverse event reporting system and the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System documents numerous vaccine-related adverse events for pregnant women.

Dr. del Rio said in part:

“…the risk of getting Covid during pregnancy is really high, and the risk of having complications during pregnancy is high, so you better get the vaccine and there’s no risk to you or the fetus.”

Further, a study published at JAMA found that the risk of coronavirus transference from mother to baby was exceptionally low. In fact, not one infant got the coronavirus from his/her mother in a study from December.

Watch Dr. Simone Gold of America’s Frontline Doctors discuss how pregnant women should be very cautious about placental failure and the coronavirus vaccine. Dr. Gold echoes concerns referenced in an administrative stay of action by Dr. med. Wolfgang Wodarg and Dr. Michael Yeadon:

Watch particularly from 7:12 – 10:19:

Carlos del Rio explains:

“In the clinical trials, pregnant women were not included. And I am talking as an investigator in the Moderna vaccine phase three study. However, some women became pregnant during the clinical trials and when they became pregnant during the clinical trial, we actually followed those women. And in fact, now the CDC is following – has, has data on 10,000 women that have gotten pregnant or been pregnant at the time of vaccination.

“And I can tell you unequivocally that all of them – there’s absolutely no side effect and no problem with the uh – unborn fetus – to the fetus because of the vaccine. I personally would advise my daughter, my daughter-in-law, any family members who are pregnant to get the vaccine because the risk of getting Covid during pregnancy is really high, and the risk of having complications during pregnancy is high, so you better get the vaccine and there’s no risk to you or the fetus.”

Based on his very active Twitter feed, Carlos del Rio is highly partisan and believes that America is inherently racist.

Tweet from Carlos del Rio

Dr. del Rio’s comments about pregnancy and the vaccine were made during an event for the so-called Toolkit for Faith Communities, a “massive communications effort” designed to coerce citizens, particularly “communities of color” to take the coronavirus vaccine. The effort is a part of the radical Ad Council and the COVID Collaborative.

People may associate the Ad Council with Smokey the Bear, but the organization is flush with cash and bent on indoctrinating Americans. They buy into the communist narrative of systemic racism, and have combined forces with such radical groups as the Southern Poverty Law Center and the pedophile-founded Human Rights Campaign.

Dr. Carlos del Rio, a professor of medicine at Emory, is on the Advisory Council for the COVID Collaborative, whose board is chock full of partisan activists and Obama appointees. The Covid Collaborative is one of the projects of UNITE, founded by John F. Kennedy’s nephew Tim Shriver in 2020.

Another UNITE project is “ACT NOW,” which is described as “an initiative to reimagine policing and public safety for the 21st century by harnessing the energy and ingenuity of the American people.”

Exploiting Christianity

One of the most offensive parts of the Ad Council / Covid Collaborative initiative is their blatant exploitation of Christianity to coerce religious minorities to get the vaccine. The tactic reeks of Margaret Sanger’s plan to enlist black pastors and doctors to indoctrinate black Americans.

A “Sermon/Bible Study Guide” and other resources for the “black faith community” are available complete with out-of-context Bible verse:

Sermon Bible Study Guide-Bl…

FAQS-Black Faith Communities

FAQS-Black Faith Communities

Please see Dr. del Rio’s comments.

Watch the entire video here.

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