“Sight is a gift, but seeing is an art. Seeing is the difference between the painter and the artist, the laborer and the architect, the happy and the unhappy.” William C. Kiessel, Jr.
What do we know about seeing?
- “Seeing is believing”
- “Those lying eyes”
- “Look before you leap”
- “Hind sight is 20/20”
- “Seeing through rose colored glasses”
Your eyes are open right now. But what do you see?
If you are busy, and only have a few minutes a day to devote to your preferred news sources, you probably have heard about the Indian variant, Delta, the need for mandatory vaccines and how safe the COVID-19 “vaccines” are. There’s more to the COVID-19 story, however.
Employers. Employers are considering mandating vaccines, especially employers being pushed by government or client contacts. It’s difficult to imagine that an employer would want that much control over an employee’s personal life. We’re not talking about dress codes or personal cell phone use at work. However, with fifty percent of working age adults not vaccinated and a labor shortage, many employers will think long and hard before requiring vaccinations.
Positive and Negative Experiences. If you are one of the millions who have been vaccinated and feel great, congratulations. And, if you know someone who suffered tremendously with COVID-19, you know it is a serious illness. However, these two facts do not mean the “vaccine” is safe or that employers should choose to exercise control over their employees’ health decisions.
Approved Drugs Later Deemed Unsafe. When it comes to the FDA, a traditional process to get drug approval takes years. The current “vaccines” were produced in record time and immediately approved.
- Accutane was approved and on the market for 27 years before being recalled after 7,000 lawsuits were filed, including three verdicts over $9 million. Birth defects and miscarriages were just a few of the side effects.
- Duract was approved and on the market for one year. FDA recalled the drug after four deaths and eight liver transplants were reported. Even though the drug was supposed to be taken for only 10 days, patients who took the drug longer suffered.
- Fen-Phen, aka Pondimin was on the market for 24 years and recalled when 30% of patients had abnormal EKGs, and 66 reports of people with heart valve disease.
- For a review of 35 drugs recalled visit ProCon article
Natural Immunity. It’s difficult to see why some people might hesitate to take the shot, unless they have natural immunity from a prior illness. No, we don’t know exactly how long natural immunity lasts, but with SARS-CoV-1, the natural immunity lasted at least 17 years.
The medical profession, government, news outlets and social media are doing a great job at suppressing information that might discourage someone from getting a shot. However, there are still stories able to leak out from time to time.
Potential “Vaccine” Reactions in the News. Below is a collection of recent news stories about people who died or were seriously ill directly after taking a COVID-19 “vaccine.” The direct link hasn’t been proven. However, in medical malpractice cases a causal link is exceedingly difficult to prove. With “vaccines” on the market less than a year, it’s odd for so many people to be adamant they are safe. The truth is we just don’t know yet. And, therefore a mandate should not be instituted.
Jacob Clynick died three days after his COVID-19 shot. He was only 13 years old.
Florida doctor, Gregory Michael, suffered a fatal hemorrhagic stroke a few weeks after the COVID-19 “vaccine.” Michael New Story
15-year-old Colorado boy died from cardiac failure two days after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Healthy, 39-year-old woman, died when her liver, kidney and heart failure four days after her second COVID-19 shot.Utah Woman News Story
Tim Zook, died four days after his second COVID-19 shot. Medical examiner did not list vaccine as a factor, but widow disagrees. Zook News Story
52-year-old died one day after receiving the vaccine of cardiopulmonary disease. CMO said not vaccine related. Hindu News Story
63 year old Virginia Ellington of Chapel Hill died 48 hours after receiving the J&J “vaccine.“
18 Connecticut teens diagnosed with heart issues post COVID-19 “vaccine.”
39-year-old Kassidi Kurill died four days after her second COVID-19 “vaccine.”
Seven Oregon residents hospitalized due to blood clots following the J&J “vaccine.” One woman died, after developing a rare blood clot two weeks following the “vaccine.”
Two-year-old dies within six days of receiving the second Pfizer “vaccine.”
Medical Professionals’ Vaccine Reporting. After Facebook cancelled a group allowing people to share their vaccine reactions, along with several other silencing events, one group of medical professionals launched a site reporting on COVID-19 vaccination reactions. https://www.c19vaxreactions.com/
See a treating nurse’s short, but compelling video describing the “vaccine” reactions she’s been seeing at the hospital, including six deaths. Nurse Video
Senators Taking Action. Some lawmakers are taking action. Senator Ron Johnson held a press conference, allowing five vaccine victims to tell their stories. Five Victims Testify .
Senator Johnson has become a household name thanks to non-medical fact checkers. He’s been called everything from a Russian agent to an anti-vaxxer. However, he continues to support his constituents.
Brianne Dressen is working with Senator Mike Lee following severe neurological reactions to the AstraZeneka COVID-19 “vaccination.” She lost several months of her life, and she tells her story to a local news station at Dressen News Story .
As a result of Dressen and many others’ complaints, Senators Mike Lee and Ron Johnson are asking the CDC for answers. A copy of their letter can be found at Senators CDC Letter News Story
Perhaps this handful of stories will start to open your eyes to the fact that we do not know the safety (or even the efficacy) of the “vaccines” at this early stage. Let’s have open dialog and compassion, not mandates.
Employees should be free to make their own healthcare decisions without risking their jobs.