This is really interesting.
Joel Robert Kallman--just 54 years old, a husband of ten years and father of three daughters--was a software developer. In fact, he developed the CDC's Covid vaccine app:
Creator of CDC COVID vaccine app dies two months after taking jab. Company mourns his passing ‘from Covid-19’
Joel Robert Kallman is one of thousands of cases of 'breakthrough' COVID infection – if that is indeed what he died of, and not complications of the vaccine itself – in people who have received a COVID vaccine.
Kallman tweeted on March 26th that he had just had the first experimental injection. On May 29th it was announced that he had died "from Covid-19".
Any questions? Sorry--no further details are available. However, I think we can assume that Kallman was a guy who would have received excellent medical care. The real question becomes: Was it Covid or the vax that did him in? And, no, I see no particular reason why I should not be asking that question--not after all we've learned about our medical and scientific establishments over the past more than a year. I'm certainly not passing any judgment on Kallman, who sounds like he was an admirable person:
No description of Kallman’s condition between his vaccine and his death was provided by his company or his obituary, which asked that donations be given in lieu of flowers to the National Right to Life Committee.
The article describes Kallman's work and his considerable charitable activities in detail. Read it.
However, in the latter part of the article there are comments from an immunologist whom we have featured in the past--Complications. Those comments focus, once again, on the issue of the safety of subjecting persons who have previously been exposed to Covid to experimental Covid injections. Many other physicians and scientists have also raised concerns in this area:
It is not known if Kallman had been previously infected by the coronavirus before his vaccination, or if he received a second dose of vaccine, but Pennsylvania immunologist Hooman Noorchashm has been warning the CDC and the public for months of the dangers of being vaccinated for those who have a hidden or have had a recent COVID-19 infection.
“[C]ritically, in persons who have had recent infections, vaccination could re-ignite a critical inflammatory disease or blood clotting complications that have proven deadly to some patients,” Dr. Noorchashm warned in a May 30 blogpost.
The immunologist, who has been interviewed on the Tucker Carlson’s show on FOX News, has urged people to undergo antibody testing to make sure that they have not already been infected by the virus that causes COVID-19 before they are vaccinated. Noorchashm has slammed a recent announcement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) which discouraged testing for COVID-19 antibodies.
“[A]ntibody tests should not be used at this time to determine immunity or protection against COVID-19 at any time, and especially after a person has received a COVID-19 vaccination,” the FDA said without offering an explanation and without alerting the public to the dangers that Noorchashm and others have raised.
“The presence of COVID-19 antibodies in unvaccinated persons considering vaccination indicates that they were previously or recently naturally infected. It is almost a certainty that many such persons are already well immune and either do not benefit, or only marginally benefit, from vaccination. In the absence of benefit, ANY medical procedure, including vaccines, can only impose harm,” Dr. Noorchashm wrote.
“So why is FDA guiding against their use? It’s shocking!” Dr. Noorchashm wrote, calling the use of blood testing to detect COVID-19 antibodies before and after vaccination an “ethical AND safe medical practice.”
It is vital that everyone know Ivermectin is effective at many points along the way in treating both the infection and the body's response to it.ReplyDelete
If your caregiver doesn't think so, they are ill informed. Find another.
I wonder how many years will have to pass, before the scamdemic version of Chernobyl series is produced.ReplyDelete
'And, no, I see no particular reason why I should not be asking that question--'...... we all should be asking. All questions of science are worthy and appropriate, especially while the vaccines are 'experimental', and even more especially if they are being not only authorized, but pushed!! There is an even greater need for transparency about what incoming data is revealing.ReplyDelete
I'm surprised a guy who was obviously got conned into getting the vaccine when the HCQ cocktail and other therapeutics have been proven to cure Covid-19 in 5 days or less.ReplyDelete