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Fully Vaccinated Arizona Rep Tests Positive for Covid- Media Silent!


The Mainstream Media has been desperately campaigning for Americans to get the Covid vaccine.

With limited studies available on the safety and efficacy of the covid vaccine, many are wondering if the shot even prevents Covid at all.

Meanwhile, the government ignores its citizens’ cries for further safety and efficacy to be proved.

It should come as no surprise then there are reports from the vaccinated saying they are sick with covid. Despite having a ‘very effective’ shot.

This breaking news comes from Representative Alma Hernandez of Arizona:

Twitter reacted as a mixed bag of sympathetic, scared, and not surprised:


After the public’s criticism, Alma Hernandez tweeted more:

Although this developed last night on Twitter, the media has been silent, likely playing damage control so as not to spread “misinformation” about vaccines.

So far, out of large mainstream news sites, only the AP News has this covered:

Tucson Democratic Rep. Alma Hernandez announced late Wednesday that she has some symptoms and is quarantining for a week at the home she maintains in Phoenix.

Hernandez said she has lost her sense of taste and smell and has a bad headache, typical mild symptoms of the coronavirus. Her brother, Democratic Rep. Daniel Hernandez, says he tested negative for the virus but will self-isolate for several days and then take another test.

Hernandez is at least the seventh Arizona state lawmaker who has confirmed they contracted the virus. Republican state Sen. David Gowan had the virus in early March.

Alma Hernandez says she was fully vaccinated 11 weeks ago but noted that getting the inoculation does not prevent the infection. She says she continued to take precautions such as wearing a mask, washing her hands and social distancing and urges everyone to do so until the pandemic passes.

At least 435 state lawmakers nationwide have tested positive for the disease and seven have died, according to a tally by The Associated Press.

For most people, the new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. For some — especially older adults and people with existing health problems — it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia, and death.

We wish her only well wishes for a full and speedy recovery.

Now, if only the government would consider slowing down the rollout and mandates of a potentially dangerous and ineffective vaccine. But why when they have the mainstream media in their back pocket?





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