I’ve been warning others of the nasty side effects of these rushed, dangerous mRNA vaccines Big Pharma is forcing on the public.
The Pfizer vaccine received emergency authorization last week and has begun to ship across the country.
Front-line healthcare workers were among the first recipients of the vaccine.
I was the first person to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in Delaware. I was nervous, but as a nurse I hope to set an example for why people should get vaccinated. https://t.co/TBCohYRikq #SmartNews
— Howard Walls (@RichmondWalls1) December 16, 2020
Sonya Harrell, an ICU nurse is the first in San Bernardino county to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. pic.twitter.com/8946fjSBah
— Romualdo Sanchez (@romualdotv) December 16, 2020
Yesterday was a historic day for #TexasChildrens. At 4:06 p.m., Texas Children’s Hospital administered our first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to Annabelle Gonzalez, PICU nurse. Pediatric surgeon, Dr. Paul Minifee, was also among our first frontline workers to receive the vaccine. pic.twitter.com/bg7K5bbxzK
— Texas Children's (@TexasChildrens) December 16, 2020
— City & State NY (@CityAndStateNY) December 16, 2020
However, not every nurse is thrilled about the vaccine.
Developments from across the pond showed that 87,000 Dutch nurses are telling vaccine makers to kick rocks.
They refuse to be guinea pigs in this little experiment.
Some American healthcare workers do share that sentiment, but they may not have a choice.
Their position could be forced vaccine or fired.
And that’s messed up on so many levels.
I'm an RN, I told my manager I don't want it. She said it would not be required. We are having a shortage of staff in my hospital, about 1/3 of staff right now are high priced travel nurses.
What will the hospitals do when about 1/2 the nursing staff refuse the vaccine?
— Holy Cow (@Holy_Cow_Pod) December 15, 2020
This isn’t shocking. I am a Registered Nurse. Many of my coworkers do not want the vaccine. Many of my coworkers are Pro-Trump. Many, many, many only wear masks at work because it’s *required*. https://t.co/FkIOLyifAZ
— Vanessa 🌞 (@PincheeeVanessa) December 16, 2020
Not to mention, the lingering shadow of the 1976 Swine Flu vaccine debacle that damaged countless lives.
If you are over 60, bad health, immune low take the Vaccine. For the rest, especially fertile women do what 80K nurses in #Netherlands do. Refuse the thing. Do you research yourself , history repeats
The Long Shadow of the 1976 Swine Flu Vaccine 'Fiasco' https://t.co/vp9D1jSmeG
— John Ford (@PDXFato) December 16, 2020
You won’t see this old 60 Minutes clip anywhere on mainstream media:
THE TRUTH WILL OUT.
SCIENTISTS, DOCTORS & MEDICAL EXPERTS SPEAK OUT
Good news from the Netherlands – 87,000 nurses REFUSE to take the COVID vaccine.
The refusal of medical staff to take the vaccine is a great wake-up call for the general population.
— @donottrustrobots (@donottrustrobo1) December 16, 2020
Here in the United States, we’re already starting to see the dangers of these vaccines come to light:
An Alaska healthcare worker has suffered the first allergic reaction to the Covid-19 vaccine to be reported in the US.
Health officials say they are expecting the occasional allergic reaction — and are prepared to treat anyone suffering from one. https://t.co/rm2FaWyFTN
— CNN (@CNN) December 16, 2020
CNN reported on the incident:
An Alaska healthcare worker who suffered an allergic reaction to Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine on Tuesday felt flushed within the first 10 minutes of receiving the vaccine, and later reported symptoms including shortness of breath and elevated heart rate, doctors said Wednesday.
The case is the first allergic reaction to the vaccine to be reported in the US, although health officials said they are expecting the occasional allergic reaction — and are prepared to treat anyone suffering from one.“We expected that a side effect like this could occur after reports of anaphylaxis were made in England after people there received the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine,” said Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink. “All sites that are approved to provide vaccinations in Alaska must have medications on hand to deal with an allergic reaction and that was the case in Juneau.”The worker was among staff being vaccinated at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau as part of the rollout of Pfizer’s vaccine across the country Tuesday.According to Dr. Lindy Jones, an attending physician at Bartlett Memorial Hospital, the worker was initially held in the vaccine monitoring area right after receiving the shot, and took a Benadryl. When she reported shortness of breath, she was taken to the emergency room.When Jones saw her in the hospital, he said she was experiencing shortness of breath and an elevated heart rate, and had developed a rash covering her face and torso.“I was concerned about an anaphylactic reaction so gave her the standard treatment of a dose of intramuscular epinephrine and she responded immediately,” Jones told a news briefing. She was also given antihistamines.
She still had an elevated heart rate and was breathing fast — a sign of an allergic reaction — so Jones gave her another dose of epinephrine, as well as steroids “which is another standard bread and butter treatment for adverse anaphylactic reactions,” he said.Jones said the worker, who was not further identified to protect her privacy, had no previous history of allergies to vaccines. She is almost recovered after a night in the intensive care unit.