US radio host suffers saddle pulmonary embolus after 1st mRNA shot, gets anticoagulants and talked into 2nd

A radio talk show host, subbing in for Matt Allen in Rhode Island, went for his 1st mRNA shot, so either Pfizer or Mode-RNA (MODERNA) and suffered a saddle pulmonary embolus. A type of embolism. If not treated it would be lethal. They treated him with anticoagulants and then talked him into the second shot. In this show he talked about it and explained he will not get the booster. He is lucky to be alive. He had no other reason why he would suffer this kind of clotting event. It was almost certainly from the mRNA shot, as this is now a well known effect of that technology.

In this call, the host has already explained these details and we catch 2 callers, “Bill” and Dr. Andrew Bostom who wonders why its seemingly not being reported to the VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System) database.

(If i got anything wrong, i will correct as its pointed out to me by any of the principles in this story.)

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3 Replies to “US radio host suffers saddle pulmonary embolus after 1st mRNA shot, gets anticoagulants and talked into 2nd”

  1. I’m reminded of my friend, after his second Pfizer jab. The next day while at home, his thorax all the way up into his neck, for three full days, he felt as if he was on fire while being crushed alive. He refused to report the nasty adverse effect.

    So many people not reporting and now we have the doctors and the hospitals not reporting.

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