I looked up " covid vaccine safe for pregnant women" and found this statement as the top hit.
If you are pregnant, you may choose to be vaccinated when it’s available to you. There is currently no evidence that antibodies formed from COVID-19 vaccination cause any problem with pregnancy, including the development of the placenta.
Read it carefully, as if you have more than a second grade education. Smell the Swiss cheese and tell us what hidey holes for reality you see. We in the autism biomed community have seen this sort of "answer" over and over, about treatments like the gluten free diet and yes, vaccine injury. I've always been fond of analogies to make a point crystal clear. When Europeans could not see over the horizon, they knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that the world was flat. No one had every studied otherwise, and therefore no one could say it was not. Therefore, it was indeed as flat as a pancake. Until someone circumnavigated the globe. David Kirby wrote Evidence of Harm because Lyn Redwood did something no researcher, CDC professional or pharma scientist bothered to do. She added up the individual bolus doses of mercury in the pediatric schedule and the rest is history. No one had bothered to look. But the harm was there. I have two daughters about to come home from a day program for the intellectually disabled. The harm was there.
Here's an even simpler analogy. How many times has someone in your family hollered to you, "Maaaa! We're out of ketchup," while standing there staring at one spot on one door shelf?" The unopened ketchup is in the pantry.
And this from WebMD: More Signs COVID Shots Are Safe for Pregnant Women
April 20, 2021 -- As the U.S. races to vaccinate millions of people against the coronavirus, pregnant women face the extra challenge of not knowing whether the vaccines are safe for them or their unborn babies.
None of the recent COVID-19 vaccine trials, including those for Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson, enrolled pregnant or breastfeeding women because they consider them a high-risk group.
That was despite the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists asking that pregnant and breastfeeding women be included in trials. The FDA even included pregnant women in the COVID-19 vaccine emergency use authorization (EUA) due to their higher risk of having a more severe disease.
Despite that lack of clinical trial data, more and more smaller studies are suggesting that the vaccines are safe for both mother and child.
"Suggesting" safety. Is that enough for you? It shouldn't be enough for anyone bringing a child into the world.
Look for the weasel words in everything you read.