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And no risks associated with a medical experiment. Heck, Denmark has now all but banned the gene therapy as they determined the risk is greater than the reward.

Prior to the gene therapy, bells palsy affected about 1 out of 40,000. TWO close friends of my son and his wife just contracted it after their latest booster. Both are big time libs who would get a thousand boosters if the Swamp said so.

Coincidence??? Maybe.
 

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And no risks associated with a medical experiment. Heck, Denmark has now all but banned the gene therapy as they determined the risk is greater than the reward.

Prior to the gene therapy, bells palsy affected about 1 out of 40,000. TWO close friends of my son and his wife just contracted it after their latest booster. Both are big time libs who would get a thousand boosters if the Swamp said so.

Coincidence??? Maybe.
I had that once about 7 years ago. Very weird stuff. Felt fine but the face droop on one side looks like a stroke. I went out and hunted the plond the 1st morning and the land owners brother, who lived out there, wanted to call an ambulance. Doc said virus related but no clue which or what. Thank God it was before the Zoom call craze.
 

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I do wish there was an awareness campaign about the negative side effects of the gene therapy, including stroke and heart attacks. As it is today, people do not even consider the fact that the experiment they participated in could be what is causing so many problems.

Just this past week at the school where my son's wife teaches, the parent who heads up the PTO literally dropped dead while talking to a teacher on the playground. Without warning, she just fell flat on her face.

CPR was performed, but this 30 something year old mother of two, was declared dead on arrival at the hospital. No doubt the autopsy will show a heart attack or massive stroke, but there will be no mention of her "vax status."
 

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Side Effects be damned, get the Shot

"I would do it again, because it's what we have to do if we want to see people"

Well, the experiment in mass population control was a success. People lined up, and continue to do so, for an experimental med that doesn't prevent infection nor spread, and has dangerous side effects. Time will tell if these bells palsy events are short term, long term or permanent.
 
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