When taken in large doses, government lies about the vaxx are sillier than they appear to be individually.
Millions of Americans are only getting one shot of two-shot vaccines
By Matthew Rozsa, 27 April 2021
As most of the public knows by now, the two mRNA vaccines produced by Pfizer and Moderna to protect against COVID-19 require two shots to function. Sure, one shot is helpful, to be sure; but like a puzzle with two pieces, the vaccination isn’t technically “done” until both inoculations are complete.
That is why experts are concerned about a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that reveals that millions of Americans never returned for that second jab. The CDC’s data reveals that almost eight percent of the people who received one Moderna or Pfizer shot — roughly five million people and counting — did not get a second dose.
Only 8% of Americans can learn from experience.
The reasons for second-shot absenteeism vary: some facilities that give out the shots simply ran out of supplies.
Others had the wrong vaccines on hand.
In some cases, patients mistakenly believed one shot would keep them safe.
In other cases, some were wary after experiencing side effects from their initial jab, according to interviews conducted by The New York Times.
“From that survey, our psychobehavioral data enabled us to come up with five distinct segments of Americans based on their intention to get the vaccine—The Enthusiasts, the Watchful, the Cost-Anxious, The System Distrusters, and the Conspiracy Believers,” Charles explained. “People in each segment share similar beliefs and concerns about COVID-19 vaccination, rather than being similar primarily in their demographics.”
While the Enthusiasts are on board with vaccination and it will be extremely difficult to sway the Conspiracy Believers, the other three groups are known as the “Persuadable.”
The Rare COVID Vaccine Side Effect Doctors Want You to Prepare For
By Kali Coleman, 29 January 2021
Just that headline is special.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the expected vaccine side effects—fever, chills, tiredness, headache, and pain or swelling of the injected arm—are a normal response to your body building immunity against the virus. But now, doctors are warning about another vaccine side effect that hasn’t been as discussed. As more and more people get their shots, they’re noticing a lump in the armpit of the arm where they got vaccinated.
Also in the neck, per this article. Don’t worry, it’s not breast cancer! Not for another decade or so.
While this might seem strange or alarming, doctors want to assure patients that it’s actually totally normal, even though it’s on the rare side as far as side effects go.
It’s rare to be normal!
Mother’s face, arms, chest, back and legs erupt in agonising red rash after getting AstraZeneca’s Covid vaccine
31 March 2021
Leigh King, from North Lanarkshire in Scotland, claimed her skin flared up almost immediately after she got her first dose two weeks ago — and is still sore now.
‘My skin was so sore and constantly hot,’ she said. ‘I have never felt pain like this… and to say it’s been the worst time of my life is an absolute understatement.’
The hairdresser, 41, was invited for the jab because she is the sole carer of her autistic son, Aidan, 13. Ms King said she has been unable to look after the teenager since because of her burning rashes.
She claimed she visited hospital for help three times but was turned away by doctors despite the pain being so bad she could ‘barely walk out’ on the final visit.
Britain’s drug regulator lists rashes as an ‘uncommon’ side-effect of the AstraZeneca jab — affecting up to one in 100 people — and has recorded 3,795 cases so far. It is not clear whether she suffered an allergic reaction to the jab, or whether her rash was because of her immune system’s natural overreaction to the jab.
It does not list them as a possible reaction to the Pfizer vaccine but a few thousand Britons have also reported suffering rashes after getting that jab.
A few thousand RARE Britons, remember!
NHS England said it could not comment on individual cases, but insisted the jabs approved for use in the UK met ‘strict standards’ on quality, safety and efficacy… Ms King said she waited 48 hours before seeking treatment from doctors, in line with medical advice, but was turned away each time.
NHS Consultant dermatologist in London and British Skin Foundation expert Dr Adil Sheraz said the rash could have been sparked by other factors. ‘The case in question here is of course very unfortunate and may have been secondary to the vaccine, or more likely to one the components that make up the vaccine,’ he told MailOnline.
It wasn’t the vaxx, it was a component of the vaxx!
‘Commenting on this individual case would be difficult, as there could be a number of other causes for the rash, which appears to be very much urticarial (hive-like) in nature.’ …Rashes can be triggered by a multitude of factors including pollen irritating the skin, insect bites and exposure to heat.
“I got vaxxed and for the first time in my life, I had a persistent full-body rash to sunny weather! But at least the vaxx is safe!”
He added: ‘Data from the vaccination programme continues to be updated and to date, the chances of having any severe side effect remains low. ‘The only way we will defeat this pandemic is via the vaccination programme and I would urge the public to continue to get themselves vaccinated when their time comes.’
It’s no skin off his back. It’s skin off her back.
That was AstraZeneca, this is J&J:
by: Talya Cunningham
Posted: Mar 29, 2021 / 07:43 PM EDT / Updated: Mar 30, 2021 / 02:17 PM EDT
WARNING: The following article and video contains graphic images
It’s nothing you haven’t seen before, assuming you’ve enjoyed boiled lobster with the shell cracked open before.
Richard Terrell got the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine earlier this month. He suffered a severe rash that spread over his entire body and turned his skin red. The 74-year-old was admitted to the hospital and spent five days at VCU Medical Center.
Terrell was released from the hospital and is now sharing his vaccination story as he recovers from the comfort of his Goochland home. He tells 8News that he’s still very weak and that it will take some time for him to fully recover, but he’s thankful to have received his dose. “It all just happened so fast. My skin peeled off,” Terrell said as he looked down. “It’s still coming off on my hands now.”
On March 6, Terrell received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in Ashland. He shares that everything went perfectly fine, however four days later he started experiencing symptoms.
“I began to feel a little discomfort in my armpit and then a few days later I began to get an itchy rash, and then after that I began to swell and my skin turned red,” Terrell explained.
Armpit again? Those damn lymph nodes are giving Fauci-Jabs a bad reputation.
Terrell told 8News as days passed, things got worse. He had a consultation with a dermatologist and was told to go to the emergency room; on March 19 Terrell was admitted. The rash quickly spread over Terrell’s body. His legs and hands were almost unrecognizable from swelling and his skin was red and patchy.
“It was stinging, burning and itching,” Terrell said as he described the pain. “Whenever I bent my arms or legs, like the inside of my knee, it was very painful where the skin was swollen and was rubbing against itself.”
Dermatology Hospitalist at VCU Health, FNU Nutan, is one of Terrell’s doctors. After conducting a biopsy over the weekend, it was determined that it was a drug reaction. Dr. Nutan says it could have been life-threatening if untreated.
She said that through careful testing and process of elimination, as well as consultation with colleagues around the world, it’s been determined that the rare reaction was sparked by the vaccine.
“We ruled out all the viral infections, we ruled out COVID-19 itself, we made sure that his kidneys and liver was okay, and finally we came to the conclusion that it was the vaccine that he had received that was the cause,” said Dr. Nutan.
After careful consideration and global consultation, Nutan was forced to accept the obvious.
She and her colleagues believe Terrell’s reaction has something to do with his genetic make-up and the vaccine type. Dr. Nutan says Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are mRNA’s and Johnson & Johnson is a vector viral.
Regardless, the reaction Terrell suffered is extremely rare.
“The vaxx is safe.”
“My skin is coming off in sheets!”
“Unfortunate. Regardless, the vaxx is safe.”
“If you look at the risk for adverse reaction for the vaccine it’s really, really low,” Dr. Nutan told 8News. “We haven’t seen a great concern at all. I am a big proponent of the vaccine.”
Terrell and Dr. Nutan are encouraging people to get vaccinated and monitor their response. Dr. Nutan goes on to say, this reaction is treatable and she’s seen worse symptoms of COVID-19 over the past year.
“His skin peeled off but that’s treatable and COVID can kill you.”
Bonus, I found this in the comments:
Mississippi father suffers stroke hours after being vaccinated, CDC investigating
By Meg Farris, 15 April 2021
ST MARTIN, Mississippi — Local doctors are treating a man from the Mississippi Gulf Coast who suffered from a stroke not long after getting a COVID vaccine.
At this time, no link has been made to the vaccine, but the CDC is investigating the case.
Brad Malagarie, 43, is the father of seven from St. Martin, Mississippi. Three hours after he had the Johnson & Johnson vaccine he was unresponsive at his desk.
Dude, take all the time you want. The link will still be there whenever you’re ready.
North Carolina man says he suffered stroke 2 days after getting J & J vaccine
MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) — A North Carolina man tells FOX 46 he suffered a stroke after getting his Johnson & Johnson vaccine, but he says doctors are still trying to figure out if there’s a connection.
Ronald Talton says he doesn’t regret getting the vaccine, but says the stroke, which he got from a blood clot, came just two days after he got his shot. Now, he’s just trying to figure out if it’s a coincidence or a cause.
Talton says his stroke came just two days after he got his shot at Bank of America Stadium. He says he has a history of atrial fibrillation but had never had any episodes, up until April 13.
That’s a heart condition, not a brain condition. Irregular heartbeat, if my faux Latin is working today.
“Started to get a headache around 5:00, it wasn’t remarkable, but then I noticed having trouble seeing monitors to the right of me,” he said.
He had to go to the hospital and he says, right now, doctors are still trying to figure out what happened. Talton wants to make it clear that there is no connection yet to his shot and his stroke, but doctors have had to note what happened for further study.
“The good thing is, they do have protocols in place to check this out, record and see if there’s anything that led to it,” he said. “But my true hope is that there is no coincidence, that it was a result of my atrial fibrillation.”
Experts say the rare clots related to the vaccine have mainly shown up in women, but not exclusively. Talton is also in good physical shape and, despite what happened, he still believes in the COVID vaccine.
“I would probably do the other vaccines if I had the opportunity, but I would not hesitate to get it again.”
We have a contestant for Darwin Award 2021! It’s gonna be a crowded field but “I would get the vaxx again even if it does turn out to have been the cause of my stroke that happened immediately after getting the last one” is a strong entry.
These blood clot experts want you to get a Covid-19 vaccine. Here’s why.
21 April 2021
It was just about a year ago that doctors started noticing Covid-19 patients showing up in emergency rooms with strokes, and complained that blood clots were clogging up dialysis machines and other equipment being used to keep coronavirus patients alive.
Frantic intensive care unit specialists reported “dramatic” blood clots in the heart, liver and other organs. Autopsies of coronavirus victims in New Orleans showed their lungs were jammed with clots.
Some young, seemingly healthy patients were suffering massive strokes from Covid-19.
“As a blood clot expert, I can tell you it’s the most blood-clotting disease we have ever seen in our lifetimes,” said Dr. Alex Spyropoulos, a professor at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research in New York.
So they feel it’s ironic that fears about a much, much rarer type of blood clot may now scare people off getting vaccinated.
A virus causes blood clotting, then a vaxx that uses parts of the virus also causes clotting? That’s not irony. That’s CONSISTENCY.
Last week, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the US Food and Drug Administration recommended a pause in giving out Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen coronavirus vaccine while experts investigate whether it can cause blood clots and, if so, what to do about it.
Let’s close it off with this video from Bitchute about a woman who got the first Pfizer jab, had a stroke, went back for the second jab and had a second stroke. I wasn’t able to properly source it so don’t know if she had sampan eyes before her journey into brain damage.