As a commercial pilot, Bob Snow had long looked forward to seeing his daughter follow in his footsteps by helping her learn to fly an airplane.
However, having received the COVID-19 vaccine “under duress,” this dream is no longer a possibility for Snow.
“I will probably never fly again,” Snow said in a video he made about his story. “I was hoping to teach my daughter to fly. She wants to be a pilot. That will probably never happen, all courtesy of the vaccine.”
Snow is one of a growing number of pilots coming forward to share stories of injuries they experienced after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Some of these accounts are “hair-raising and deeply disturbing,” according to Maureen Steele, a paralegal and head of media relations for the John Pierce Law Firm.
SWINDON, SOUTH WEST ENGLAND — Mr. Tim Berry loves his girlfriend, Rebecca. His dog Rupert, his job, the outdoors, motorcycles, and bicycles make up the rest of his existence. He’s a simple, humble guy who appreciates the little things life has to offer. But now he is forced to re-evaluate everything he once knew and figure out a new path forward.
Mr. Berry is not a big social media guy. He joined Facebook in December 2016. Since that time he has posted publicly just seven times.
ST. PETERSBURG — An aspiring model and open-heart surgery survivor is about to enter a new chapter in life that she never imagined prior to receiving experimental shots.
Ms. Claire Bridges isn’t the typical 20-year-old woman. She was born with a congenital heart defect (aortic valve stenosis), which led to open-heart surgery at age 9. Survival rates after said surgery is typically in line with the population at-large if the right lifestyle changes are made. But the foregoing data are related to people over age 65. Post aortic valve surgery is “associated with inferior long-term survival” in young people, according to a 2018 study in the journal Frontiers in Surgery. Studies notwithstanding, Ms. Bridges appears to have overcome the odds and was living a life like any other young adult coming into their own.
ALBUQUERQUE — Many political pundits believe Democrats will lose the House of Representatives majority in the November 2022 midterm elections. The current U.S. Senate is split evenly, 50-50, with Vice President Kamala Harris being the tiebreaker vote. But now Democrats face some tough decisions after losing a crucial member of their Senate Caucus.
U.S. Senator Ben Luján, D-New Mexico, checked into Christus St. Vincent Regional Hospital in Santa Fe on January 27. He complained of dizziness and fatigue, according to his official statement. Doctors determined that the 49-year-old, first-term Senator, had a stroke in his cerebellum – the back part of the brain that controls walking, motor learning, vision and more.
SYDNEY — A University of New South Wales epidemiologist and World Health Organization (WHO) advisor is either facing incredible karma or is the latest high-profile, post-injection cancer victim.
There is now more than enough evidence showing that the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections hasten cancer. Dr. Azfal Niaz is the latest doctor upholding his Hippocratic Oath and warning people of these dangers. The New York medical doctor tweeted on November 22 that he’s seeing cancer rates that are 20 times higher since mRNA and viral vector DNA injections came to the market.
DEEP RIVER, ONTARIO — The Canada Health Act was assented to by Parliament on April 8, 1984. It was granted royal assent (enacted) by Governor General Edward Schreyer a week later. Pierre Trudeau was the Prime Minister of Canada at the time. Of course he is the father of current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The law created taxpayer-funded “universal healthcare” for all Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Provincial governments must continually satisfy five criteria related to healthcare to receive federal funds. Coverage includes general practitioners, hospitalizations and surgical-dental services. Canadian doctors are well-paid, with most earning over $300,000 annually. Canadians citizens, for the most part, like the system too.
LONDON — Mr. Mark Ruston had faith in the U.K. government and big pharma after being inundated with 24/7 propaganda in early 2021. Now he is warning as many people as possible to protect their health and learn from his mistakes.
Doctors told Mr. Ruston that he was an ideal candidate to be first in line for the AstraZeneca viral vector DNA injections. He had a kidney transplant, and was considered top priority for the shots. The U.K. was the first country to authorize the AstraZeneca injections for emergency use on December 30, 2020. Mr. Brian Pinker, 82, was the first Brit to receive an AstraZeneca shot on January 4, 2021. He, like Mr. Ruston, was prioritized because of kidney issues.