"Telling our Stories - No More Silence": The Maddie de Garay Story (video)
EA Editorial Note: It is unclear how a parent could ever volunteer their child for a clinical trial involving an experimental vaccine. Nevertheless, these tragic stories are massive in number yet remain covered-up by our politicians and media and must be shared. We keep all victims of bio-tyranny (like Maddie de Garay) in our prayers. We also pray that those responsible for all of this bio-fascist tyranny will one day be brought to full justice.
Maddie de Garay – Pfizer January 2021
Pfizer Clinical Trials For 12–15 Year Olds – Severe Ongoing Adverse Reactions
Stephanie updating the story of her daughter Maddie, aged just 12, below and in the new video:
Maddie was in the Pfizer Clinical Trials for 12–15 year-olds conducted through the Gamble Program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
She was a healthy, energetic girl, a good student, kind and social – but they haven’t seen that version of Maddie since she got the second Pfizer Vaccine.
Within 24 hours she developed abdominal, muscle and nerve pain that became unbearable and, over the next two-and-a-half months, she was admitted to the hospital three times, each stay a little longer than the last.
She developed additional symptoms including gastroparesis, nausea and vomiting, erratic blood pressure and heart rate, memory loss (she mixes up words), brain fog, headaches, dizziness, fainting (she fell and hit her head) and seizures.
She developed verbal and motor tics, loss of feeling from the waist down, muscle weakness, drastic changes in her vision, urinary retention and loss of bladder control, severely irregular heavy menstrual cycles, and eventually she had to have a NG (feeding) tube put in to get nutrition. All of these symptoms are still here today, and some days are worse than others.
Steph de Garay, Maddie’s Mother, says “There was nothing wrong with her. She was perfectly happy and now, whatever happened, it has changed her”.
Nine months post Vaccine they are still living a nightmare with no support from the medical community.
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA