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US Olympic Swimmer Anita Alvarez May Have Just Provided Live Photo Of COVID Shot Adverse Effects

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Published on: June 23, 2022

Two-time Olympic artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez nearly drowned at the World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday.  Yet, no explanation has been given nor has it even been a question for many as to whether or not she received the COVID shot.  Well, all the evidence points to the fact that she did take it and the photos seen of her being rescued from drowning are probably the first live shots of the adverse effects of the dangerous, unsafe and ineffective COVID shots, fraudulently referred to as “vaccines.”

First, take a look at these tweets concerning Alvarez and what took place.

Following the rescue, the USA Artistic Swimming Team issued a statement.

It’s always a pleasure to watch Anita Alvarez swim.

Anita suffered another medical emergency, similar to last year at qualifiers, at the conclusion of her swim. We’ll provide an update from Anita when she has had the chance to rest and be fully evaluated by medical staff. Until then, we are celebrating seven amazing performances by her across five days of competition.

Of course, Andrea Fuentes, the woman who rescued Alvarez, took to her Instagram in order to put out a statement to assure people that Alvarez had merely “pushed through her limits.”

What a day!!! I think I had all kind of possible emotions! It’s late at night and just wanted to say thank you for all your messages. I’m so happy you enjoyed our choreographies and we cannot wait to show a better performance at finals. We have so much room for improvement but hope and believe is so important and today we had plenty of it! We are going to do even better at finals!! Anita’s solo was so good too, it was her best performance ever, she just pushed through her limits and she found them but Anita is ok and the doctors also said she is fine. We all know it happens in other sports: cycling, marathon, track and field… some don’t make it to the final line and some even finish crawling or passing out. Our sport is very hard too. Now it’s time to rest and recover. Tomorrow is highlight day and free duet finals! Ready to give our best.


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However, here is the question that should be asked anytime someone just “faints,” passes out,” or dies on the spot:  Did they have the COVID shot and are the effects they experienced consistent with that poison?

Well, like Rep. Sean Casten’s daughter, the Mockingbird media, brought to you by Pfizer, was silent on the fact that 17-year-old Gwen had taken the COVID shot, that same criminal media is not even questioning whether this young lady took the shot they sold to her.

However, it’s clear she took it.  She said she took it.

Both Dana Mathewson and Anita Alvarez said they got the shot.

“I’m getting vaccinated on Saturday and I’m really excited about it,” Mathewson said. “Personally, with tennis, we have to travel to a lot of different countries to compete and my next events are going to be in Turkey and I don’t mean to stereotype or anything, but I really don’t know what Turkey’s protocols are with COVID or like how safe it’s going to be, so I’m really excited that I have a little bit of a training block right now and I have time to get vaccinated. If anything, it just gives you a little bit more peace of mind, and as much as there is concern about it being new and you’re not really sure like how you’re gonna react to getting the vaccine, I’d much rather have a slightly adverse reaction to a vaccine than actually get COVID, so I’m excited to get vaccinated.”

Alvarez followed up, “I’ve gotten the vaccine already actually. I think first week of March and then I got the second dose just two weeks ago, and yeah I’m just grateful to have had access to it. I think exactly what Dana had said is just peace of mind to be able to travel and compete with our team and obviously we haven’t done any traveling or competing yet besides a couple virtual things, but just looking forward and ahead towards Tokyo I think we’re just grateful to have gotten access to it and not just for ourselves and for traveling, but also just for the community and you know for more than just ourselves, but protecting the community and beyond… Most of my team has had the vaccine now, so we’re really excited and happy about that.”

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