Trump-hating trash ‘comedian’ Chelsea Handler said she got really sick and ‘went deaf in one ear’ after getting her second dose of the Moderna vaccine.
“Ok, so I got my second shot of Moderna today and I feel really sick and it’s only been four hours and I’m deaf in one ear,” Handler said while putting her hand to her ear in a video posted to her Instagram page on Thursday.
Handler nervously asked her Instagram followers if they had experienced the same side effects after getting the Covid jab.
“I thought I was gonna get sick tomorrow…but I feel sick. Did this happen to other people? Please tell me,” she said.
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The Big Tech overlords are censoring and deleting information and videos critical of the experimental Covid vaccine.
The Communists at YouTube deleted a viral video of Dr. Cole explaining the dangers of the Covid vaccine.
Dr. Ryan Cole, owner and operator of Cole Diagnostics, has been very outspoken against the Covid lockdowns/quarantine and has warned about the mRNA vaccine.
The Idaho doctor on Wednesday said he is not anti-vaccine but he warned against the experimental Covid jabs.
“We’ve seen more deaths from this shot than all vaccines in the last 20 years combined — and that’s just in the first 4 to 5 months,” he said during an appearance on Rose Unplugged 1320 WJAS.
Dr. Cole said he saw a study that said 3% of injuries from the Covid vaccine will be permanent: “If you figure 100 million people got the shots, that’s 3 million with a permanent injury.”
Was Chelsea Handler aware of the risks before she got her Covid jab?
Source: The Gateway Pundit
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