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The Jab Put Me on a Journey I Didn’t
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Posted By: Hazymac, 9/21/2022 11:51:52 AM

This is my COVID story, which is more about the vaccine than the virus. It doesn’t represent scientific evidence -- but then the medical experts refuse to give us any real scientific evidence -- only the prevarications of Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx. For some background: I am a 66-year-old man. I do have a few comorbidities as I have diabetes. However, I am in fairly good condition. Up until a year prior to the COVID outbreak I was a diver for our sheriff’s department and passed the IADRS swim test every year. I have never been an anti-vaccine nut, and have tended to trust the medical industry.


Most of us have learned not to trust any large human entity.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Vaquero45 9/21/2022 12:13:01 PM (No. 1283836)
Everything the government and the medical establishment told us about COVID, and the vaccines, was a lie. Everything. This was never about the virus, or public health. This entire exercise was about getting rid of the Bad Orange Man in the White House. It was a Democrat insurrection. We'll never know how many people had their health ruined by the vaccines. All we know for sure is that they don't work.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: bigfatslob 9/21/2022 12:16:16 PM (No. 1283841)
When covid scare along with the injection were terrorizing the population my wife and I were retired (not working or traveling). Refusing the jab after much discussion we only quarantined traveling only to the grocery store or doctor visits wearing out face masks. We actually stayed in the house or on our patio not visiting or receiving visitors. I believe the quarantine was the only way to avoid covid. Our working friends all came down with covid, some twice most all of them were vaxxed to keep their jobs. At this point I won't believe or trust the government who purposely did this to the population as truths surface about this farce.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: TrueBlueWfan 9/21/2022 12:35:38 PM (No. 1283860)
Got the 2nd booster in July, last week had chest pains, diagnosed as myocarditis. Strangely, had 1st dose of shingles vaccine one week before, with swelling and redness a few inches below the injection site. I'm supposed to get the second dose in a couple of months, but am questioning everything and don't know who to trust. My cardiologist did say not to get any more covid boosters, mostly because covid is so much less deadly that it used to be.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: udanja99 9/21/2022 12:55:03 PM (No. 1283892)
I’m not an anti-vaxxer but I initially refused the jab for the same reasons that I refuse flu and pneumonia shots - I am skeptical of them. Plus, I’m healthy with only my age being a factor. Then I got suspicious because the government, the media and Hollywood all began pushing the jab. So I did a lot of research and doctors and virologists like Tenpenny, Coleman and Malone convinced me that this stuff was dangerous and evil and the whole covid thing was a fraud. It took almost 2 1/2 years but I finally caught omicron in June and it was not even as bad as some colds that I’ve had. End result - any trust I ever had in the government and the medical community is long gone. Signed, Permanent member of the control group
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Reply 5 - Posted by: kittywilde 9/21/2022 1:20:09 PM (No. 1283917)
Warning if you have any history of small cyst or tumors on spinal cord do NOT take the vaccines. I am now permanently disabled due to sudden growth of 60 year old cyst. Surgeon says he’s seeing things in OR hes never seen before in over 30 years of practice such as growths and blood clots.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 9/21/2022 1:23:14 PM (No. 1283923)
Like #4, I didn't get jabbed, and managed to avoid getting COVID until July of this year when I caught it and was mildly sick for less than a week. My jabbed DH caught it from me a few days later. His case was virtually identical to mine, convincing us that the jab was useless. I've lost count of the triple-jabbed people I know who've caught COVID, in most cases before I caught it. I won't even go into the people I know who've had reactions to the jab. Safe and effective, my hind end. I always had a healthy skepticism of both, but now I've lost all trust the medical establishment and my government.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Brunsong 9/21/2022 2:03:32 PM (No. 1283949)
I had and reported direct knowledge about government fraud via the department of justice and department of energy back in 2013. Then we all saw the fraud associated with the veterans administration exposed. My wife said back then that fraud existed throughout all federal agencies. Fast forward to 2020, because of these experiences I never trusted anything the NIH and CDC said about COVID. Doing your own research is necessary in this age of lies as told by government “experts”. The most profound bs statement made was that “the science is settled”. As an engineer and scientist, the science is never settled and is always evolving as experiments proceed and revised hypothesis are developed.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: TXknitter 9/21/2022 2:11:32 PM (No. 1283954)
Fellow member of the permanent control group with #4 here. I am watching elderly friends struggle with short term memory loss post-COVID vaccine and booster. They were all for trusting their doctors and now regret the decision. These were very sharp people with no familial histories of dementia, Alzheimer’s or the like. They have told their nurse children forget flu, pneumonia or shingles vaccines too.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: dbdiva 9/21/2022 2:47:04 PM (No. 1283987)
Each day I become more and more convinced that my decision not to take this alleged vaccine was the correct one. I have several friends that caught Covid, all but one AFTER receiving the jab. I am convinced that the "vaccine" was created to cause harm. I haven't read anything that makes me think otherwise. I'm blessed to be healthy but after the last 2 years I also have lost my trust in the medical community; it seems that they've totally abandoned the Hippocratic Oath to do no harm. I think it will be a very, very long time before they regain the trust that they callously threw away. I don't think we're the only ones who are now skeptical of doctors and especially hospitals and as time goes by I expect even more people will come to the same conclusion.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 9/21/2022 2:53:34 PM (No. 1283993)
Regarding the cough, there is a cough that goes along with congestive heart failure. The Lady Chihuahua's sister had it before being diagnosed. Strangely enough, we have also heard it with a few of our chihuahuas. The author's story is very similar to mind. We both had A-fib. The timeline is the same too. My first two COVID shots were in spring of 2021. Had another bout of A-fib last week. Went eleven weeks this time without any. Lasted about 8-9 hours. Been fighting chills and diarrhea for about a week. My primary physician said that sounded like food poisoning. Food poisoning caused the chills and diarrhea, the diarrhea lowered my potassium and sodium, and voila, A-fib! My doctor said keep some adult pedia-lite handy in case I have more diarrhea. Anything with sodium and potassium. Overall, I consider my situation is improving. I went eleven weeks between bouts of A-fib instead of 4 to 6 weeks. Hoping this garbage wears off over time. In my case also, don't get sick, don't get A-fib. I had gone 16 months without any A-fib, and then took the vaccine. After the first two shots, the A-fib came back. After the third shot, the A-fib became worse. I blame the vaccine. No way this stuff is harmless. What's worse is they aren't even warning people about it. That is criminal.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: FJB 9/21/2022 2:59:52 PM (No. 1284006)
I call it the G**K Flu in all correspondence about the chi-com's nightmare that handed us, Traitor Joe.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 9/21/2022 3:06:31 PM (No. 1284016)
Remember in the NT, the part that discusses the Mark? That Mark without which you will be prohibited from buying or selling? I have long suspected that when this vaxx first came out that it could very well be that. And now with Biden getting rid of cash, it is possible that prophesy could very easily come true, especially under this hate filled administration. My home researched this vaxx, and read all the articles which exposed the realities, especially the articles from Dr. Malone. We have valid medical reasons to not take this, not just our religious beliefs. I am sorry that author didn't do the research before letting somebody jab him with this poison.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: DVC 9/21/2022 3:12:21 PM (No. 1284021)
If only half of one percent of those who took these mRNA shots got injured, that is about 500,000 people harmed. It is starting to look like it is more like 2 -3% harmed.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: crashnburn 9/21/2022 3:38:29 PM (No. 1284053)
The Covid-1984 death jab nearly destroyed my wife's brain, starting immediately after she got her second Moderna shot. She's in her 11th month of 24/7 round the clock bed rest. The doctor's mis-diagnosed her with Creutzfeldt-Jacob (mad cow) disease and only gave her a few weeks to a few months to live. Guess they were wrong, as she's going on 11 months since the diagnosis. I recently had a session with a functional medicine doctor, and he thinks it's a severe vaccination injury. No soup, Sherlock. At least he's got some better ideas than I could come up and those were better than any lamestrream doctor would dare express!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Readaholic 9/21/2022 3:51:59 PM (No. 1284060)
This is a pretty obtuse comment given what he's just been through: "I have never been an anti-vaccine nut" -- well maybe you'd be better off if you had been, jackass.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: 3XALADY 9/21/2022 5:37:00 PM (No. 1284132)
I am convinced I had covid in January 2019 and February 2020, doctor just didn't know what it was. I have not had antibodies tested. Someone on a website I go to mentioned Ivermectin and the other things you needed to take to go with it. I started seeing videos about what the shots were doing. I am still jab free and will remain that way. And after taking flu shots all of my adult life, will be getting no more of those because last January I was reading they were playing around with putting mRNA in flu shots. I even saw a report where there may be a spray using mRNA to spray on vegetables. We get it, government. You obviously want us dead.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: ladydawgfan 9/21/2022 6:43:41 PM (No. 1284165)
I am also a permanent member of the Control Group. I did my own research and made my own decisions. I also had the Kung Flu back in May of 2021 so I have natural immunity now. I also will no longer be getting flu, pneumonia or shingles shots because I cannot trust what is in the needle. And if I have to get surgery, I will be donating my own blood for it just in case. I do not want one drop of vaxxed blood in my system. I am NOT taking a chance of health problems from it.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Kate318 9/21/2022 7:48:03 PM (No. 1284202)
I’ve done a lot of stupid things in my life, but jumping off the Covid cliff wasn’t one of them. I resisted every step of the way and am still resisting. I will never comply…with any of it.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: GoodDeal 9/21/2022 8:43:40 PM (No. 1284229)
The vac is a bioweapon intended to have a massive population reduction as part of their long running population control agenda. The virus was the Trojan horse that brought in transhumance sterilization serious health problems and premature death. If you took the jab i feel sorry for you.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: MickTurn 9/22/2022 1:53:43 AM (No. 1284326)
Dude, sorry you fell for the Vax Lies. Good condition isn't a good or bad thing but the Vax with all the side effects IS a very bad thing! Good Luck!
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