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Covid jab spike proteins trigger autoimmune disease, studies find
By Ethan Huff // Sep 21, 2022

A 66-year-old woman who opted to get injected with multiple vials of Pfizer's mRNA (messenger RNA) "vaccine" for Covid-19 is reportedly paralyzed from the waist down as a result of that decision – and she is hardly alone.

Debbie Botzum-Pearman learned the hard way that Chinese Virus shots are directly linked to autoimmune conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS), which she now suffers from due to believing that lie that getting jabbed would keep her safe against Chinese Germs.

It took all of nine months since the condition developed for Botzum-Pearman to be able to stand up for at least 10 seconds without assistance. Prior to getting the shots, she was healthy and normal. (Related: Covid injection spike proteins facilitate entry of deadly poisons into cells.)

"I was drinking water ... could not pee, just could not pee," Botzum-Pearman recalls about what happened on January 14 of this year when she had trouble urinating while painting at her friend's house.

In the months prior to that, Botzum-Pearman received the double dose of injections from Pfizer, which she now recalls caused her to develop MS hug, or a sensation like the tightening of her bra around her chest.

This was accompanied by a loss of feeling in her nether regions, which culminated into Botzum-Pearman having her leg give out, which resulted in her urinating all over herself.

"I probably had 15 MRIs and a spinal tap [at the hospital] ... they came back [a few days later] with neuromyelitis [optica]," she says about what happened after she had to be rushed to the hospital following the urination incident.

"[Neuromyelitis] ate away, I don't know, four or five inches [of my spinal cord on the MRI], which is repairing itself now."

Is it really worth risking paralyzation over the covid sniffles?

Neuromyelitis optica, also known as NMO, is – or was – a rare condition that afflicts one or two people out of 100,000 every year. It is an autoimmune disease in which the nerves in the central nervous system, including in the eyes, destroy themselves.

If left untreated, NMO can cause paralysis, which Botzum-Pearman experienced. It can also cause persistent weakness and even blindness.

We are told that NMO is often precipitated by a viral or bacterial infection such as Epstein-Barr (EBV) or bacterial meningitis. It usually afflicts children, as well as women in their 30s and 40s. Older women like Botzum-Pearman are not the typical demographic.

Botzum-Pearman ended up having to have her blood purified via plasmapheresis in an attempt to remove the autoantibodies that the Pfizer jabs triggered inside of her, resulting in an autoimmune attack on her own nerves.

It turns out that covid jabs are linked not only to NMO but also Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), rheumatoid arthritis, shingles, lupus, diabetes, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and a variety of other autoimmune conditions.

"In the case of COVID-19 and its vaccines, many studies since the start of the pandemic have shown that the spike protein shares similarities with human proteins both in its structure and in its basic chemical sequence," reports The Epoch Times.

"This means the spike protein can increase the risk of developing autoimmunity and implies that the mRNA and DNA vaccines, which cause the body to make large amounts of spike protein, would do the same."

Dr. Aristo Vojdani, head of Immunosciences Lab and a pioneer in the field of clinical immunology, says that if SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins can cause all of this, then there is no reason to believe that jab-induced spike proteins are any different.

"It seems that somehow when we get to that point, the scientists and many people try to keep their distance," he says about how many in the field are fearful of linking the shots themselves to such diseases.

As the injury and death toll from Fauci Flu shots continues to mount, we will keep you up to date at ChemicalViolence.com.

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