Vaccine Side Effects

Many people are expressing their concerns over the possibility of receiving the new mRNA COVID vaccines, and for good reasons. In this breakdown, I will be explaining some side effects of these and past traditional vaccines, and the odds of being on the receiving end of this misfortune.

mRNA Vaccine Side Effects

Bell’s Palsey

Bell’s palsey is a now known side effect of the novel mRNA vaccines, you can see in the black nurse’s video above; however, they try to make it seem like it is so rare that barely anyone would get it… Sure, it is 0.01% (ironically, the odds of dying from COVID), and that appears to be a minuscule amount of people.

However, four people of 43,000/30,000 in a population of 332,000,000 is, in fact, over 43,000 people! That is a ton of people who will probably end up getting Bell’s palsey from the brand-new mRNA vaccines. That is aside from the Serious Adverse Effects that I wrote about in my article about mRNA vaccines, which I will reiterate below, is a whopping 9% chance.


Reuters recently issued reports based off of news from the UK, who already started rolling out the vaccine, “Britain’s medicine regulator said anyone with a history of anaphylaxis to a medicine or food should not get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, giving fuller guidance on an earlier allergy warning about the shot.”

MHRA Chief Executive June Raine said in a statement, “most people will not get anaphylaxis and the benefits in protecting people against COVID-19 outweigh the risks…”

According to the Daily Mail, “Moderna will begin testing its coronavirus vaccine on children as young as 12 as the firm waits to hear if the FDA will give the shot emergency approval for adults this month.” As a parent, it blows my mind that anyone would let their child be a lab rat for that testing when literally only 133 people under the age of 18 have died with COVID-19 in the entire nation!

Serious Adverse Events

There are many Serious Adverse Events (SAEs) experienced with the mRNA vaccine that the media tries to downplay or outright hide from the general public. Unfortunately, the website is no longer up, but fortunately for us there is the Wayback Machine to archive websites before they are scrubbed from the internet. Obviously, BigPharma didn’t want people to see that there are bad side effects.

According to CNBC, “one Pfizer trial participant told CNBC that after the second shot, he woke up with chills, shaking so hard he cracked a tooth. “It hurt to even just lay in my bed sheet,” he said. Others experienced headaches and fatigue.”

“Both companies have said that taking their vaccines could result in side effects similar to mild Covid symptoms,” they went on to say. “Think muscle pain, chills and a headache.”

In a Moderna press release, they reported that the new mRNA-1273 vaccine had produced no “serious adverse events” (SAEs) among the 45 people who participated in the trial and that it considered the vaccine to be “generally safe” and “well-tolerated.” However, there were 3 of 15 participants in the high-dose group, and 4 of 45 overall, who experienced grade 3 adverse events to the new mRNA-1273 vaccines.

That doesn’t sound like much when you hear it is four people, but that is 9% of the entire test group and a whopping 20% of the high-dose group. If we are talking about vaccinating even approximately half the country, 165 million people, that leaves nearly a probable 15 million people in the low doses, and if they didn’t decide to switch the dosage sizes, There is a probability that around 33 million people in the high dose that would likely experience grade 3 SAEs.

Merck’s Rotavirus Vaccine

Kawasaki Disease

Reuter’s reported, “Kawasaki disease is a serious but uncommon illness in children that causes high fever and blood-vessel inflammation. The FDA said about 4,000 U.S. children, about 80 percent under age five, develop it each year. The cause is unknown.”

Interestingly, when Merck produced a rotavirus vaccine that caused Kawasaki disease, usually in children under 5 years old, there was the same chance of getting that as Bell’s palsey from the new mRNA vaccines- 0.01%. Pain Assist reported, “The symptoms of Kawasaki disease are similar to other diseases such as juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, toxic shock syndrome, measles, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, scarlet fever, etc. The doctor may advise tests such as Echocardiograph, blood tests, electrocardiogram or Chest X-ray to identify any damage to the heart.”

Pain Assist also reported that kids with Kawasaki disease have around a 1% chance of having an aneurysm! They also stated, “25% of the patients develop coronary artery disease and only 1% of such patients face death.” Really? “Only 1%?” Considering there is only a 0.8% of the child dying from rotavirus, a 1% chance of dying from Kawasaki disease seems more dangerous.

CNBC reported, “When Merck submitted its data from its rotavirus vaccine trial” the odds of getting Kawasaki “was “statistically significant” and caused Merck to change its label to note the cases.”

I don’t want it to seem like I’m trying to discourage people to get their children vaccinated because you do have to take into account that it is 0.8% that die of the 0.01% of children who end up getting Kawasaki disease that get it; drastically reducing the odds of children dying from Kawasaki disease.


According to Mayo Clinic, “Intussusception is a serious condition in which part of the intestine slides into an adjacent part of the intestine. This “telescoping” often blocks food or fluid from passing through. Intussusception also cuts off the blood supply to the part of the intestine that’s affected, which can lead to a tear in the bowel (perforation), infection and death of bowel tissue.”

As claimed by the Rotavirus Efficacy and Safety Trial (REST) study team’s clinical study results published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the chance of having intussusception from the rotavirus vaccine is 1.6%.

Merck’s website stated that during the Post-licensure Rapid Immunization Safety Monitoring (PRISM) program, there was a 0.03% of post-inoculation hospitalization from intussusception. The Merck webiste actually gives a higher percentage of children getting Kawasaki after the rotavirus vaccine at 0.7%.

Vaccine Derived Polio

However, there are also vaccines that have now been causing more damage than good. For example, Polio has been eradicated in Africa. This sounds like vaccines are a wonderful gift from God if there was no catch, but there’s always a catch.

Unfortunately, while Polio was eradicated in Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported in September that there has been a surge in circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus type 2 (cVDPV2) in multiple nations across the continent, including Chad, Cameroon, and Sudan. This cVDPV2 causes Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) in these small children that get the vaccine.

According to the Polio Eradication Initiative, there have been over 750 cases of cVDPV2 across the continent of Africa this year alone, and despite them trying to downplay cVDPV2 on their site saying, “over the past ten years… cVDPV outbreaks resulted in fewer than 800 cases, they have had over 900 cases last year and this year already according to their own chart.

Zero Liability

Drugmakers will be shielded from COVID vaccine liability, but funds for injury claims are not likely going to be available, and if there is a fund made for it, it would be funded by taxpayer money, not the manufacturers. For example, the Omnibus Stimulus Bill that President Trump rightfully vetoed only put 11 million dollars into a vaccine adverse effects compensation fund! Compare that to the 10 million dollars that they put in for “gender studies” in Pakistan, and you should be infuriated!

Insurance Journal reported, “Americans who suffer adverse reactions to coronavirus vaccines that the U.S. is racing to develop will have a hard time getting compensated for injuries from the drugs.”

That’s because pandemic-related claims for vaccines will be routed to a rarely used federal program set up to encourage drugmakers to help combat public health emergencies. It spares pharmaceutical and device makers from costly liability lawsuits in exchange for taxpayers compensating injured patients — though it doesn’t guarantee there’s funding to do so.

I find it extremely unsettling that they roll out the novel mRNA vaccines in the hundreds of millions to in the United States when they are proven to have severe adverse reactions to it, there are absolutely no known long term effects of the mRNA vaccines, and they drugmakers cannot be held liable for damaging your body or killing you- for a disease with a 99.99% chance survival rate.

I Will NOT be Getting the Vaccine

In my humble opinion, the only vaccine we need is one for the lockdowns. From what I’ve been reading, it seems you are more likely to die from a lockdown related mental breakdown than of COVID-19. Why is the vaccine so important? Especially when Dr Fauci tells us that we may not be immune with the vaccine and that we’ll need booster shots. It seems like a mandated flu shot, which I already don’t receive. Why wouldn’t you be immune after the vaccine? Isn’t that the point of it? Or is that just to scare those that receive it into shaming others who don’t for “putting their lives at risk?”

Considering they are now finding in studies that asymptomatic COVID patients aren’t a “driver of transmission” and 98% Of COVID patients still have neutralizing antibodies 6 months after having COVID, I do not find the vaccine, which may not afford me the same immunity protections, is something I need in my body.

If vaccines work they way they are intended to, me not receiving the vaccine should not negatively affect vaccinated people in any way. If they can get sick from me after being vaccinated, then I really don’t see what the vaccine is really for.

Just to reiterate, I am not writing this to tell you to receive or refuse the COVID-19 vaccine. It is your body, your choice; and it is my body, my choice. My kids will not be guinea pigs, and neither will I.

God bless the United States of America.

Published by Fiery, but Mostly Peaceful Sara

I am a patriotic mother who has a passion for researching and a knack for writing. Usually judged by my California roots and hippie lifestyle; people automatically assume I am a Liberal, but that couldn’t be further from reality. I’m a pragmatic Constitutional Conservative, and find my information from both sides of the aisle in order to get to the facts.

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