Emma and her parents trusted that the government and the vaccine manufacturers told us the truth regarding Covid-19 vaccine safety so Emma took the Johnson & Johnson shot. Subsequent to that, Emma suffered four strokes, no longer walks and gets around in an electric wheelchair. Emma is fortunate to still be alive but her life and that of her family will never be the same again. Her story is not a rare one as multitudes have experienced the same adverse consequences after being vaccinated with the Covid-19 shots. However, it's very unlikely that you will see Emma's story printed in your local newspaper or broadcast on your local TV station. It's better to keep such things hush-hush in order to keep promoting vaccine safety and the push to jab every human being – despite what's going on.
If you opine that Emma's injuries and being vaccinated are unrelated to each other and dismiss it as mere coincidence as many are prone to do, perhaps viewing the following video will topple your apple cart. As they say, "seeing is believing." The use of dark-field microscopy allows live and unstained biological blood samples to be viewed under a dark-field microscope as live, motile, blood cells. This technique is more commonly employed across Europe than in America but as seen in this live-tape video, the results can yield valuable information. In this video, blood samples were taken from four vaccinated persons and four unvaccinated persons and viewed under a dark-field microscope. Compare the results for yourself. This has nothing to do with scientific theory and speculation. This is direct scientific observation. Which group would you rather be in? If you are unvaccinated and still deciding whether to get jabbed or not, perhaps this will help you to make up your mind. If you've already been vaccinated, perhaps this will dissuade you from getting another jab and spur you to take remedial action against what has been injected into your body. Knowledge is power.