The COVID World post date: November 6th, 2021
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Cody Flint, a pilot, gave his testimony during a three-hour panel discussion hosted by US Senator Ron Johnson on November 3rd in Washington D.C. The expert panel included citizens suffering from vaccine-induced injuries and medical experts on federal vaccine mandates. The citizens traveled from all across the US to the nation’s capital to share their stories.
Flint – a previously healthy 33-year-old agricultural pilot – received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on February 1st, 2021. Within 30 mins after getting the injection, he displayed symptoms of an adverse reaction. Two days later when he was back in the cockpit flying he almost immediately knew something was wrong: he developed tunnel vision, his headache worsened and at one point he almost “blacked out.” He was later diagnosed with perilymph fistula.
“Does anyone really think it’s fair to make the vaccine-injured wait years for help? I think we can all agree that refusing or delaying the help we need is unconscionable. We urgently need this help.”
Watch his full testimony:
You can find the full discussion here.
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