A young New Zealander has had severe side effects since the first dose of the Pfizer “vaccine”. A harrowing video documentation makes their impairments clear.
A young woman in her early twenties. She is in a wheelchair. She has severe spastic disorders. Your head twitches first one way, then the other. Her hands, clenched into fists, she claps continuously. Half a year ago Casey Hodgkinson from New Zealand was healthy.
Met friends, sang, danced, exuded joie de vivre. Then, in September 2021, she got vaccinated against Covid. Everything has changed since then.
Casey is now sitting in front of the camera and gives an interview to Liz Gunn, former presenter on New Zealand television. “I loved my job,” says Casey. “When the pressure increased and the company advised us to get vaccinated, I took this step.”
So she went to the local pharmacy in September. «I told the pharmacist that I am generally sensitive. For example, I have very sensitive skin and I have already reacted to medication. “
The pharmacist reacted with concern, Casey continues: “But I wasn’t worried, because they kept telling everyone that the vaccination was safe.” The pharmacist was obviously anything but comfortable: He had Casey sign a declaration that she was entirely responsible for any “side effects” of the vaccine.
The young woman signed. And got the Pfizer vaccine. What followed was probably the worst time of her life …
After the vaccination, Casey went home. About an hour later, her limbs suddenly felt heavy and increasingly numb. “At first I thought it was a brief allergic reaction like many people have after vaccination.” The next day, the numbness was accompanied by spastic reactions: “My muscles want to go in a certain direction,” Casey explains her twitches.Covid vaccination: cardiologist discovers possible long-term consequences)
You still dragged yourself to work that day. On the third day after the vaccination, she contacted her supervisor because she could hardly walk or pick anything up. The superiors admitted that they also knew of other cases in which similarly serious side effects had occurred after the vaccination. Casey was sent home.
That was the last time, that she talked to her bosses. “I didn’t hear from them after that. You didn’t ask about me, »the young woman confirms to Liz Gunn. Nevertheless, she does not want to mention the name of the company “out of loyalty”: “I loved my job!”
“I was very happy at the time, had a great partner and a great job. I wasn’t stressed at all. ” Casey was told that she was not a doctor and had no medical understanding of the problems.
Casey had to do the investigation stay in hospital overnight. Her friend was not allowed to visit her: “I wasn’t even allowed to call him. I was left completely alone and put under psychological pressure by the doctors. “
Only the nursing staff was nice to her. Eventually the doctors gave her medication for schizophrenia. “It made me feel dizzy and weaker.”
Casey is home now. But as a victim of vaccine damage, she is not helped. The young woman is in constant pain and numbness. She can barely walk, has spastic disorders in her body and voice. In addition, she suffers sudden dropouts and can no longer move. Her head is constantly heated and she feels constant pressure or migraines.
She regularly has to put on ice to cool her head. She also does breathing exercises in order to be able to center herself at all. How it will go on for Casey is unclear. But she remains strong: “I fight for myself and others out there too!”
Paralysis after first vaccination
A family doctor treated a young woman from the canton of Friborg for symptoms of paralysis and was attacked.
“In addition to AIDS and cancer, the supposed miracle drug should now also protect against the coronavirus, here, too, there is no evidence whatsoever. ” We’re talking about chlorine dioxide – CDL -, which a family doctor from the canton of Friborg is said to have given to a patient who went to treatment for health problems after the first Covid vaccination. So reportedSRF on December 23.
Im SRF-Article is not about a neutral reporting, however, but about the devaluation of the mentioned family doctor. But from the beginning.
The young patient suffered from symptoms of paralysis after the first vaccination in November. Her family doctor was on vacation, so she was sent to the emergency doctor on duty, SC, for treatment.
She told the patient that she was “glad” that she was “not in a wheelchair or dead”. In the article by SRF the statement is put in a bad light. However, cases of vaccinated victims show that the family doctor’s statement may well be justified (see, for example this story).
To treat vaccine damage SC gave the patient said chlorine dioxide. “The patient went home and took the drug without looking closely,” writes SRF. According to Swissmedic, however, the distribution of the drug is prohibited in Switzerland.
The “side effects disappeared after about three weeks”, it says in the report. If CDL contributed to the healing is not known. It is noteworthy that the patient recovered after taking it, but always.
SRF quotes the canton doctor Thomas Plattner, who have now initiated an investigation against SC. He “bothered” that the doctor “actively advised against a vaccination”, it says SRF. This was despite the fact that the patient came to her for treatment because of a vaccine damage.
Instead of questioning the vaccine damage, underlines SRF prefer the fact that the young woman has now even had the second vaccination administered. It is said that she no longer had any side effects. On the other hand, the patient who wants to remain anonymous is not cited (anymore).
Regarding the initially quoted statement by SRF, according to which there is no evidence of the effectiveness of CDL against Covid are present, reference should be made to several studies that come to a different conclusion. There are several studies on the website of the German biophysicist Andreas Kalcker linkedthat suggest the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide. Kalcker is considered controversial. In any case, his research results are remarkable.
Once more lets SRF, like most leading media, only the vaccination advocates have their say and support them in their statements. The criticized family doctor SC has no opportunity to comment on the allegations in the report. The fact that the young patient suffered from paralysis after the first vaccination is not discussed at all. It is precisely this that would have to raise concerns and be journalistically questioned and researched.