Although the Biden administration is pushing for the Title 42 policy to end, the White House announced on Thursday that any person, no matter their country of origin, must show that they have received the COVID-19 shot. This includes coming by land and ferry at both the Mexican and Canadian border. While the Democrats continue to wage their war against the coronavirus and push a drug that has proven to have little benefits, neither the White House or the Democrats want to discuss the numerous side effects that have been reported after taking the supposed miracle vaccine. Even government agencies like the FDA and CDC, not to mention the mainstream media, have all decided to turn a blind eye.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the internet has been bombarded with people recounting their stories of happiness and relatively good health until they followed the government’s advice and took the jab. But in the video, which is featured below, embalmer Richard Hirschman shows how he has seen blood clots in 40% of the cases he has. It should be noted that the man Hirschman was working on died after receiving the COVID-19 drug.
While unsettling to watch, this isn’t a new thing, given back in August of 2021, BBC radio presenter Lisa Shaw unexpectedly died at the age of 44. Her death, ruled by a coroner, was due to the complications she had received from the AstraZeneca COVID-19 drug.
According to the University of Utah, “A blood clot is a collection of blood cells and coagulation proteins that clump together, forming a gel-like substance in the blood system that can obstruct blood flow. Blood clots are often triggered by certain events such as injuries, surgeries, or infections.”
The university went on to try and place the blame for the increased rate of blood clots on COVID-19, but they added, “Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, blood clotting has been identified as a side effect of SARS-CoV-2 and later as an extremely rare side effect of some COVID-19 vaccines.”
Looking deeper into the connection between the blood clots and the COVID-19 drug, the college stated, “Some COVID-19 vaccines are associated with an extremely rare syndrome known as vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT). It was discovered in March 2021 in connection to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and then later with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. In rare cases, antibodies that the body produces as a side effect of the vaccine lead to uncontrolled activation of platelets. This causes both low platelet counts and blood clots to form in unusual areas. VITT is not associated with the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccines.”
Symptoms commonly found from people suffering VITT include, “Severe or persistent headaches, Chest pain, Trouble breathing, Leg swelling/pain, Severe abdominal pain, Confusion, Vision changes, and Seizures.”
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