this is like watching a 1980's tele-evangelist get struck by lightning on live TV right after proclaiming that god wants him to have a jet airplane and asking you to send him little billy’s college fund.
you just can’t buy advertising like this…
it’s like a german heather mcdonald.
i thought this was a joke. (easily could have been. the timing is really pretty amazing.)
apparently, it was not. she fractured her skull going down.
an awful lot of young healthy people seem to be collapsing lately.
similarly, i have never seen so many sudden and implausible stories about new things that cause heart attacks and strokes and fainting and blood clots.
at a certain point, it really does seem like the media doth protest too much.
i wonder why?
Broken Heart Syndrome?! These people are going to burn in hell for their blatant lies. Holy guacamole, that takes heuvos for sure.
Have you guys seen this Dr. Drew interview with Heather McDonald? Watch the wheels turning in her head as she begins to realize how uninformed her consent actually was:
I had broken heart syndrome once, a long time ago. I cured it with a bottle of whiskey and some Kris Kristofferson music on repeat.
Is there a vaccine for Schadenfreude? Cuz I'm heavily infected after seeing that German lady go down for the count.
News Headline: "Springtime Thought To Cause Heart Attacks!"
Constant bird singing seems to cause fatal heart arrhythmia.
Pollen seems to clog arteries and cause micro blood clots.
This is all reminding me of the original Batman with Michael Keaton - the newscasters looking on the verge of death because the Joker had poisoned them. The World is now Gotham City.
Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) is really going around:
Pretty much everything causes heart disease unless it has a Pfizer logo on it. If Bourla had a soul, he’d start selling Pfizer Brand Bacon
Will Joe Rogan never stop.?
Of course, the presenter in question has now tweeted that she's feeling fine and that in future she will always make sure to have a proper breakfast.
Can these "journalists" hear themselves?
Edit: Does anyone know what likely happened to her? Looks like she had some sort of sudden brain freeze - is that what someone having a stroke looks like? I am fortunate enough to have never witnessed one in person.
Edit 2: in another German news article about the collapse, it says she has no memory of the "fainting fit" and that she was "gone" for a full minute or two. Memory loss like that doesn't sound like a normal side effect of fainting.
I've said it before and I'll say it again.
I've got a really bad feeling about all this.
Funny you should mention "broken heart syndrome", as a new autopsy report on two young men dying from myocarditis post-vax were described to have similar pathological changes in their hearts as people with BHS: https://meridian.allenpress.com/aplm/article/doi/10.5858/arpa.2021-0435-SA/477788/Autopsy-Histopathologic-Cardiac-Findings-in-Two
Poignant as it may be, I found that video quite distressing to watch. I hope she’s OK.
Am I a bad person for finding such occurrences hilarious?
Both of them had eye twitches before collapsing. Left side of their faces to be exact. To me, that's a strong signal of a neurological component to some of these side effects but hey, I'm not a doctor.
I suspect an antivaxxer has hacked the 5G network and is activating the vaccine when they hear pro-mandate comments ...😶
I had a reactions similar to the woman in the first video. The day after my first jab, I had a near-fainting episode while presenting to a small group in a zoom meeting. Speaking to a group is always a little stressful, but it's something that I do all the time anyway. It was like the normal stress got amplified into something like a panic attack. It happened again a few times over the next few days. This is not something that has ever happened before, or in the six months or so since then.
When I went for my second jab, I mentioned it to the nurse / receptionist / whoever she was. She actually hesitated a bit then said something like, "um... well I think you should be OK." The impression that I got was of somebody who had heard this before, but was following orders to downplay it.
Is Substack under DDoS attack? I'm having a Hell of a time today accessing any Substack articles and comments.