Just moments after being injected with the COVID-19 vaccine concoction, a nurse fainted. Even though she recovered immediately, videos like this are not doing Big Pharma and the military any justice for their propaganda campaign.
A nurse manager at the CHI Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga, Tiffany Dover, was among the first to get the inoculation at the facility on Thursday, according to a report by RT. But as she spoke to media moments after receiving her first dose, Dover reported feeling “really dizzy” before fainting, as was captured in a live broadcast.
And we are told people are lining up to have this thing injected for a disease that’s statistically irrelevant?
Nurse passes out on live tv after taking vaccine. Time stamp 00:33 https://t.co/YjQmYldmmG
— Dr Taylor Marshall 🙏🏻🇺🇸 (@TaylorRMarshall) December 18, 2020
“It just hit me all of a sudden, I could feel it coming on,” Dover said. “I felt a little disoriented but I feel fine now, and the pain in my arm is gone.” Apparently, according to doctors, this response is normal for some.
I have a history of having an overactive vagal response, and so with that if I have pain from anything, hangnail or if I stub my toe, I can just pass out.
But the episode is not installing the desired response in the public. Rather, more people are concerned about this vaccine’s safety than ever. “It is a reaction that can happen very frequently with any vaccine or shot,” said Dr. Jesse Tucker, a medical director at the hospital.
As public health officials around the country work to bolster confidence in the new vaccine – developed at breakneck speed and fast-tracked through emergency FDA authorization – the incident in Chattanooga was not the only major PR flop for Pfizer’s immunization this week. Following another vaccination publicity event at a hospital in El Paso, Texas on Tuesday, a nurse was apparently stuck with an empty syringe, prompting a flurry of questions and bewildered reactions online. –RT
While the hospital maintains that all staff seen in footage of the event were given full doses of the vaccine, offering no explanation for the visibly empty syringe, it said that the nurse in question was vaccinated a second time to “remove any doubt” and “further strengthen confidence in the vaccination process.” The facility added that “re-vaccinating the nurse will not cause adverse effects.”
Does anyone actually believe that the people being shown for these PR stunts are getting the same shot we all will be getting?
Article posted with permission from Mac Slavo
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