NY Midwife Confesses to Destroying COVID Vaccines, Fraud

Prosecutors stated that a midwife from upstate New York pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges related to her distribution of thousands of fake COVID-19 vaccination certificates to individuals who did not really get the medication.

The 66-year-old Cambridge resident Kathleen Breault acknowledged in federal court in Brooklyn that between 2021 and 2022, while employed at Sage-Femme Midwifery, she threw out over 2,600 coronavirus medications and submitted an equal number of false vaccination record cards.

Several public and commercial organizations mandated that their employees get the COVID-19 vaccine, and the Albany site was one of the approved sites for it.

According to Breault and her collaborators, who were apprehended by U.S. Attorney Breon Peace of New York’s Eastern District, more than 2,600 fictitious entries were put into a state registry that monitored the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.

Prosecutors claim that Canadian residents who were not physically present in the US at the time were among individuals who were given bogus immunization certificates, along with children who were not legally able to be injected.

Breault agreed to reimburse over $37,000 in reparation for the trashed medications and risks a maximum of five years in jail at her sentencing hearing.

Among the several medical professionals who voiced concerns about the risks of the COVID-19 vaccination to expectant mothers in 2022 was obstetrician Dr. James Thorp.

Dr. Thorp addressed the effects of lipid nanoparticles on pregnant women’s bodies, particularly the placenta, and how they may induce swelling in many parts of the body, including the lymph nodes. He cautioned that this inflammation could interfere with the child’s growth. The absorption of the lipid nanoparticles also poses a risk to the child’s brain and heart. The consequences, according to him, include issues with lymph nodes, fetal deformities, immunodeficiencies, chromosomal abnormalities, cancers, stunted development, and death.

Kris Kobach, the attorney general of Kansas, said on June 17 that he has sued Pfizer for deceiving Kansans over the COVID-19 vaccine’s safety and effectiveness.

At a moment when the American people needed to know the truth about their vaccination, Pfizer made a number of false claims, according to Kobach.

The Thomas County District Court case claimed that Pfizer misled Kansans on the dangers of “vaccines,” including the possibility of damage to pregnant women and myocarditis. Pfizer was also accused of making deceptive claims about the efficacy of its vaccination against COVID variations, despite data to the contrary, according to the lawsuit.