Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough has suggested that pregnant women should not take COVID-19 vaccines, claiming there is still “no information on safety” from the coronavirus jabs.
“I am not recommending pregnant women get the vaccine,” Dr. McCullough said in a recent interview on “Tucker Carlson Today.“
“We have no information on safety and we have no information on efficacy,” said McCullough, vice chief of Medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas.
“It violates a simple medical practice principle, we don’t use things where we don’t have a signal of benefit or acceptable safety. We don’t do it,” he added.
During the interview, McCullough also questioned why the government has only focused on vaccine development but not on researching other potential virus treatments, leading to a lack of official Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (COVID-19) treatment protocol.
“Something has gone off the rails in the world,” McCullough said of the COVID-19 (CCP Virus) treatment, adding that he is “deeply concerned” with the research, medical literature, and the erratic response to the virus that has held communities “in fear, in isolation and despair.”
McCullough also questioned that, in vaccine clinical trials, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Big Pharma “strictly excluded” those suspected to be recovered, those with antibodies, pregnant women, and women with childbearing potential who could not ensure the use of abortion. He claims that this is a “massive community of exclusions.”
“So if they weren’t eligible for the randomized trials, and the FDA and the sponsors thought maybe there was a problem with safety, or they had no chance of benefit, and only a small chance of these safety events exclude them. Why would they electively go into an investigational program now?” McCullough said.
McCullough then turned to question why alternate COVID-19 therapies have received so little attention, as well as the “enormous amount of fear” the virus has caused. He said that doctors and nurses were faced with a disease that they could contract and die from for the first time in America, and “that fear drove everything.”