OPINION: Stark Fnorden | London | 19 December 2020
A nurse manager at CHI Hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee passed out and had to be put on a stretcher this week immediately after receiving the Pfizer covid shot:
The medical staff immediately rushed to say that it had nothing to do with the vaccine.
They claimed that nurse Tiffany Dover had fainted “due to a longstanding condition that causes her to pass out when she feels pain”. But this excuse makes no sense as she passed out 15 minutes after receiving the injection. She also said that there was very little pain when she got the shot.
It would appear that she was instructed to tell the cover story so as not to put off the public. In a later interview she said that she’d passed out 6 times in the last 6 weeks and that she passes out from pain such as that from stubbing her toe. If this was true surely she would have passed out immediately when the needle pricked her and not 15 minutes later. This is an obvious cover story.
Bizarrely, also in the clip above, a doctor comments on the reaction and says two completely contradictory statements in the same breath:
“It is a reaction that can happen very frequently with any vaccine with a shot”
“there is no reason to suspect that that’s due to the vaccine whatsoever”
This bizarre double-speak only adds to the suspicion that the nurse did indeed faint from the vaccine’s effect on her body as it moved through her bloodstream in the 15 minutes after receiving it and NOT because she felt a prick of a needle.
This news comes the same week that Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said that he is not taking his company’s shot any time soon ‘because he doesn’t want to jump the queue’. He is happy to wait for and see what happens to the public first.