In a truly shocking development, a new study has just found a possible link between mRNA-based COVID shots and autism in rats.
Specifically, this study discovered that female rats who were injected with mRNA-based COVID vaccines during pregnancy, wound up giving birth to offspring who exhibited symptoms of autism—and when the researchers dissected the rats’ brains, they found a lower numbers neurons.
And perhaps most shockingly of all, this was significantly more pronounced in the case of male offspring from vaccinated mothers.
“In conclusion, our study presents evidence that the COVID-19 mRNA BNT162b2 vaccine impacts the WNT pathway and BDNF levels in rats, with particularly pronounced effects observed in males. These male-specific outcomes, including autism-like behaviors, reduced neuronal counts, and impaired motor performance, emphasize the potential neurodevelopmental implications of the vaccine, aligning with existing literature on the roles of the WNT pathway and BDNF signaling in neurodevelopmental disorders.”