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In October 2021, 47-year-old Jeff Jackson received his second injection of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. He received the injection on his left shoulder, and within the first few minutes of the vaccine entering his system he complained of soreness. Shortly after the soreness was accommodated by a developing rash, to which the nurse responded, “a rash and soreness is normal”. Later that night, itching bumps began to develop on his scalp, hands, and wrists, as his skin grew dry and irritated. Just two days later on the way to work, Jackson felt the need to reroute to the E.R., as the itching became worse and he developed more startling rashes across his body. At the E.R., the attending doctor never examined him, with the doctor stating it was a rash, dismissing the case, never returning to assess Jackson. He was prescribed steroids as the itching and breakouts proceeded to envelop his body.

By the end of November, Jackson was in complete agony as over 90% of his body was covered in this ravenous “rash”. “I have chunks of skin falling off of me; I’m bleeding, there’s places on my scalp that are bleeding,” exclaimed Jackson as he promptly displayed the redness of his skin. After some biopsies were conducted, they revealed that Jackson has a rare eczema variant called Lichenoid dermatitis with currently no known cure. “If I got the shot, and all of a sudden, two hours later I’m getting Lichenoid dermatitis – if it’s not a coincidence – something is wrong,” says Jackson in addressing how many fled to defend the vaccine as he shared about his injuries. “You see people rushing to defend the shots” Stew stated, “you’re a victim of the misinformation that’s being pushed and perpetuated by this lying and complicit media.” While Jackson attempts to live life with his body in progressive pain, he tries to “keep a good sense of humor; I tell people I look like Deadpool.”

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