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:
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: