Note: This is an excerpt from a post published by NaturalNews.com.
(Natural News) Adverse events and side effects from Covid vaccines include heart inflammation, blood clots, vision changes (blindness), abnormal or total loss of ability to smell and taste, confusion, balance issues, passing out, severe headache and dysphasia. Coincidentally, these are all symptoms of a transient ischemic attack (mini-stroke or ‘TIA’) that occurs when blood flow to specific parts of the brain gets obstructed.
The health detriment from Covid vaccines is nearly identical to stroke symptoms, and the results can include permanent disabilities, including death (yes, death is a permanent disability). One in every three people who experience a mini-stroke will experience a full-blown stroke later on, and the proteins and prions that are created in the body from the mRNA Covid jabs have caused a tsunami of TIA’s all over the world.
Many victims of Covid inoculations are suffering dysphasia, like China Joe Biden, where you find yourself temporarily unable to speak, then having trouble saying words and understanding other’s verbiage. That’s because TIA’s are caused by blood clots occurring in the dominant brain hemisphere.
When blood vessels get clogged, the heart must work much harder than normal to pump blood through the body and try to get past the clots (mRNA-created protein and prions clinging to walls of blood vessels). The Pfizer BioNTech vaccine has already been linked to heart inflammation, per health authorities and scientists doing research in Israel. In less than six days after their 2nd dose of the deadly vaccination, 275 cases of myocarditis (inflamed heart) have already been documented. There are also documented cases in the United States of blood clots forming in the lungs after Covid inoculations. Go figure.
Author: S.D. Wells
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