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Canadian Actress Suffers Vaccine Injury, Says She Would Do it Again (WATCH)


Canadian actress Jennifer Gibson, 45, revealed she developed Bell’s Palsy after taking her vaccine.

“This is not a video I want to make,” Gibson says.

“And it’s kinda hard to make.”

“I have been diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy, which is paralysis on one side of the face” she adds.

“So, I got it about two weeks after getting my vaccine. And I had a rough go with the vaccine.”

However, the shocking part is where Gibson says she would get the ‘vaccine’ again.

But I have to say that I would do it again because it’s what we have to do,” she says.

Watch via Rumble:

From The Lancet:

Despite the numerical imbalance of Bell’s palsy cases observed in trials of the two mRNA vaccines but not in those of other vaccine platforms, the relevant regulatory bodies, including the US Food and Drug Administration and the UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency among others, have argued that the observed frequency in vaccinated individuals was no higher than the expected background rate. A closer look at these figures and analysis of crude real-world data from pharmacovigilance agencies estimated that Bell’s palsy occurred more often in the mRNA vaccine groups than would be expected in the general population.

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During a live press conference last year, New South Wales Customer Service Minister Victor Dominello developed a β€œdroopy eye.”

Some thought he was winking at the cameraman and others believed he suffered a stroke.

But Dominello revealed after the press conference that he was diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy.

Vaccinated Australian Minister Develops Bell’s Palsy on Live Televised COVID-19 Press Conference


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