4 Volunteer Test Subjects for Pfizer Covid Vaccine Developed Bells Palsy

This comes from an FDA study of the Pfizer Covid vaccine, which can be found in-full here:

They call Bell’s palsy a “non-serious unsolicited adverse event.”

I don’t know if I’d agree with that assessment. If I took a vaccine and started looking like these people, I’m sure I would not call that “non-serious”:

That’s what Bell’s palsy does to you. It causes facial paralysis like that.

I’m sure I’m not alone when I say this: I do not want the Covid vaccine.

I don’t need it. Plus, I don’t want to risk taking a vaccine that was developed in just 8 months. Normally these things take 1-2 years, even more, to develop.

This is a virus that has a >99% survival rate.

And there have been no studies of the long-term effects of this brand new vaccine. That’s because it’s impossible to conduct long-term studies on a brand new vaccine.

You don’t have to be an “anti-vaxxer” or “aNtI-sCiEnCe” to be skeptical of this vaccine. In fact, skepticism of the vaccine is a pro-science position.

If you take the vaccine, you’re just blindly trusting the government.

Usually it takes decades to develop a vaccine. And they made this one in less than a year. Either it was rushed or they already had it ready and the whole Covid pandemic was planned.

Either way, it’s not good.

I’m not getting the vaccine because I’m pro-science. I don’t trust rushed vaccines that have completely unknown long-term effects.

The Science is not Settled.

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