Sen. Ron Johnson highlights heart-wrenching testimony of those who say they’ve been vaccine injured

Proponents of the Covid-19 vaccine have been pushing the narrative that there are few long-term health risks associated with taking any of the available vaccines, but Senator Ron Johnson’s meeting with parents of children experiencing adverse reactions on Monday proves that this is not the case.

Prior to several people sharing their horror stories, Johnson stated that he was extremely pro-vaccination, claiming that he’s “gotten every shot” as proof that he believes vaccines work. “We are all pro-vaccine,” he says at the outset. “Personally, I’ve had every shot since at least swine flu… I was a huge supporter of Operation Warp Speed, and happy to acknowledge that over 300 million doses have been given in the U.S.”

While maintaining his position that vaccines work for the vast majority of people, he acknowledges that there are a lot of families suffering due to side effects that have already been reported. However, he also acknowledges that little is being done by the CDC about these adverse reactions.

“The Wall Street Journal carried a column by two doctors,” Johnson would later say. “The op-ed was titled ‘Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?’ In that column the doctors report that ‘the large clustering of certain adverse events immediately after vaccinating is concerning.’ I would agree.”

After Johnson closed, a video was played for the room featuring parents and young people telling their stories of how the vaccine has negatively impacted their lives. At one point, a mother talks about how her young daughter “felt like her heart was being pulled out of her body, and up through her neck.”

“You couldn’t touch her anywhere on her body, or she would scream,” she would continue to say, before lamenting that she wishes she could show her daughter “what she was like before all this.”

Other people in the video said they experienced similar responses, with many concerned over “heart palpitations,” as well as being left with “paresthesia in the face,” which causes one to have a tingling sensation.

One woman said the vaccine left her with “shaking fits” where, as she says she “would just violently start shaking.”

At one point another mother said that she began recording her will for her son, because she feared that she wasn’t going to make it after the vaccine caused her to lose feeling below her waist. “The one doctor in charge of my case told me to get used to being handicapped,” she said.

The biggest concern for many of these people is that the people in charge of their medical care refused to blame the vaccine for their condition, and would not report their case to the CDC.

“The medical community refuses to recognize that we are suffering similar adverse side-effects,” Candace Hayden, one of the people in attendance, said during the meeting. “Before this I was healthy. I was active, and self-sufficient. I fear that my diminished quality of life is my new normal. Will I ever run again? Will I ever ride my bike? I would give anything to get in my car, and just drive it.”

Stephanie de Garay, whose daughter Maddie suffered a severe reaction, gave a chilling testimony about her family’s experience after receiving the Covid-19 vaccine.

“On January 20th Maddie received her second dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine as a participant in the clinical trial,” Stephanie says as she begins to get choked up. “All three of our kids volunteered to participate in the trial as a way to help us all return to normal life… We are pro-vaccine, and pro-science, which is why we agreed to let Maddie, and her two older brothers volunteer for the trial.”

Mrs. de Garay would go on to say that prior to her second dose, Maddie was a “healthy 12-year-old, who got straight A’s, and had lots of friends.” However, after that second Pfizer dose, Maddie has seemingly lost a lot of her cognitive abilities, and is bound by a wheelchair.

“Maddie immediately felt pain at the injection site,” Stephanie says of her daughter’s experience receiving her shot. “Over the next 24 hours she developed severe abdominal and chest pain… She had painful electrical shocks down her neck and spine that forced her to walk hunched over.”

According to her mother, Maddie is unable to feed herself and has to use a feeding tube. “All of these symptoms are still here today,” Stephanie says. “Some days are worse than others.”

At the end of the meeting, Senator Johnson states that “there are so many more stories to be told” in regards to these kinds of travesties. “In the days I announced this press event… I’ve been inundated with other stories… we will put them up on our website once we validate and verify them. There will be a flood of new information.”

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