Vaccines and illnesses are all about the stories we’re told.
During the flu season of 2018, newspapers published a number of heartbreaking articles profiling people who’d died from it. That was a pretty bad flu season, but still, almost everybody recovered from the flu. As those articles rolled out, though, it changed how the illness felt. The stories provided a context of unease.
We’ve seen that many times escalated during the COVID pandemic, but this Epoch Times article about airline workers who’ve had terrible reactions to the vaccine is a reminder of what we aren’t seeing from the mainstream: the sorts of stories they’d publish if they weren’t promoting the government’s preferred solution:
“I sat down in the chair at the minute clinic, rolled up my sleeve, prayed, asked God to forgive me, and cried,” Williams told The Epoch Times. “The minute they stuck that needle in my arm, pain went up through my neck and I have not been the same since.” …
The day that she received the vaccine, Williams began having severe headaches and muscle spasms that would wake her from sleep. She said she went to bed and stayed there for four days in an “almost coma-like state.”