A young man, only 20 years of age, died during a surgery to repair his pitching arm and news outlets everywhere reported it. I saw The New York Times' article on Facebook, and read with grim curiosity. When I read that he had suffered a blood clot, my curiosity grew grimmer. Just last week, the CDC cancelled an emergency meeting to talk about heart problems in young adults who are Co-Vaxxed. The J&J brand was temporarily halted for suspected blood clots. The Astra-Zeneca brand has reports of blood clots. So, having this basic information in my head, I bravely commented with respect and without grandstanding, to ask if the young man had been Co-vaxxed recently. He's a ball player at a University. It stands to reason that he was. But oh how I triggered commenters! See the horse in the photo, kids? That's Roy Rogers' trusty steed who was named Trigger, I thought an actual gun trigger would be untoward. And social media is less likely to shut down a post with a photo of a horsey.
Take a look at the comments in response to my comment on Facebook below. NYT vaxolytes can't even handle the mere mention of a side effect. They immediately pulled out the old "what's YOUR degree in, lady?" "STFU!" How dare someone who is not an epidemiologist comment on side effects! I thought that was an interesting comment, likely inserted by a pharma troll. Lots of syllables in epidemiology for the average reader. You can hear the cognitive dissonance rattling around in their brains. Boys, boys, boys, I have a PhD in vaccine injury.
This is what we're up against and what has been bred into people for now two decades. Vaccines CAN NOT be questioned even when the likelihood of a connection is sky high.