Episode 4, "Sharing Their Stories"
Caitlin Gotze, 23 years old from Queensland, Australia, dies suddenly of cardiac arrest from the Pfizer vaccine. Her mother speaks out in an exclusive testimonial video for CovidVaccineVictims.com
Episode 3, "Sharing Their Stories"
Stevie Thrasher, 29 years old from Washington, suffers severe injuries from the Pfizer vaccine. Stevie speaks out in an exclusive testimonial video for CovidVaccineVictims.com
Stephanie Wasil, 51 years old from California, dies of cardiac arrest days after receiving her second dose of the Moderna vaccine. Zach, Stephanies ex-husband and long-time friend speaks out in an exclusive Covid Vaccine Victims testimonial video.
Benjamin Goodman, 32 years old from New York City, dies of cardiac arrest 12 hours after receiving the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Ben's parents speak out in an exclusive Covid Vaccine Victims testimonial video.
A special thank you to Pam & Jeff for having the courage to speak out and to Bill for being an excellent videographer and capturing my vision for this project.
Over a million people marched in London on May 29, 2021, to say no to vaccine passports, no mandatory vaccines and no more lockdowns. The BBC claimed only 350 people marched. Their lies can no longer be hidden. For more Covid Vaccine Victims stories visit Https://T.ME/CovidVaccineVictims or www. covidvaccinevcitims.com
On May 15, 2021, in over 180 locations worldwide, hundreds of thousands of citizens peacefully march to say no to mandatory vaccines and vaccine passports.
"Corporate Covid-19 response videos are eerily similar. *Cue somber piano music*
When a company or brand releases a Coronavirus Response ad, they might tell you that we're living in "uncertain times", but that "we're here for you". They may say their top priority is "people" and "families" by bringing their services to the "comfort and safety of your home". And don't forget: "we're all in this together!" #together
What's the deal? In reality, many companies have found themselves short on cash, almost overnight. They needed to get a message out - and quick. They asked their teams to throw something together. Since they can't film a new ad because of social distancing, they compiled old stock b-roll footage and found the most inoffensive royalty-free piano track they could find. This, combined with a decade of marketing trends dictated by focus groups and design-by-committee, released a tsunami of derivative, cliche ads all within a week of one another. It's not a conspiracy - but perhaps a sign that it's time to try something different than all other 2020 commercials."
Original Video Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM3J9jDoaTA
Created 2 years, 7 months ago.
Category Health & Medical
Victims and their stories.