His story starts in the same place it almost ended, a hospital where doctors treated him for pneumonia in 2014. When I was being discharged, the nurse said, oh, hey, by the way, you need a flu shot. He says that flu shot nearly killed him, causing Guillain-Barré Syndrome. The pain was just massive. A disorder where his immune system attacked its own tissue, paralyzing him, forcing him to sit in a hospital bed for months, start rehab and then pay a pricey bill. Close to $1 million. All because he got a flu shot. There are side effects to vaccines that nobody knows about and I found out the hard way.
My aunt and my neighbor both died from the flu shot in the same way. My neighbor was paralyzed totally even his eyelids for six months. I called that hell on earth just to possibly prevent the flu
“Rare instances”. Not so rare, and flu vaccine does little to protect from flu. And the fact that he was vaccinated as he was leaving the hospital is, IMO, nothing short of malpractice. He was not a healthy patient and should not have received any vaccines.
They typically only help injured adults. Hence, why the average payout is so low. HHS denies pediatric vaccine injury and draws out claims for 10+ years. Shocked they even ran a story on this.
GBS does not rarely happen after FLU jabs and it is a Table injury.
The NVICP (national vaccine injury compensation program) only compensates a tiny fraction of a small percentage of people who are injured, maimed, or killed by vaccines. People have to know about the VAERS (reporting system) to even file a report, then only a small percentage of those people who report actually go on to petition the government for compensation – and 3 of 4 to 4 of 5 (depending on vaccine) petitions are denied and the injured are turned away empty handed. The system is rigged in favor of the government & the drug companies which bear zero liability… all compensation money comes from a fund payed into by Americans who buy & use vaccines, NOT from the US government’s general taxation pool.
This report – and the annotation put forth to describe it – makes it seem as if injuries are “rare” (they are extremely common) everyone who’s injured is a) injured by an “incorrectly administered” vaccination, and b) everyone who’s injured by vaccines is compensated fully; neither is even close to correct.
Misleading with layers of obfuscation is what this vaccine paradigm does best.
I have never had a flu shot, and I don’t get the flu. Even if I did get the flu, isn’t it better to have the flu than to risk serious adverse effects from the shot, such as Guillain-Barre syndrome?