We published our first article on The COVID Blog January 8, 2021. A Mexican doctor received the experimental Pfizer mRNA shot on December 30, 2020. A week later, she was paralyzed. Dr. Karla Cecilia Pérez Osorio was diagnosed with traverse myelitis, a known adverse effect of experimental Pfizer shots.
Mainstream media love emphasizing how adverse reactions to experimental COVID-19 shots are “rare.” Yet they seem to find plenty of these stories themselves.
Brandy McFadden – Nashville, Tennessee
First, there is Ms. Brandy McFadden. The Nashville woman received her second dose of the experimental Pfizer mRNA shot on April 16, according to WSMV News 4 Nashville. The next day, she was paralyzed from the neck down. She could move her arms and wiggle her toes a week later. But she still could not walk as of last Friday. The news station not only emphasized that the reaction is “rare,” but also made light of Ms. McFadden’s epilepsy.