After COVID “booster” shot left woman PARALYZED, doctors offered to EUTHANIZE her to “make up for it”
By Ethan Huff // Mar 04, 2024

A 37-year-old mother from Ontario, Canada, was left paralyzed after getting "boosted" with Moderna's mRNA (modRNA) booster shot for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). And the only thing doctors are offering her as a solution is euthanasia.

Kayla Pollock, who is completely paralyzed from the neck down, says her life became a "living hell" after taking Moderna's booster shot, which the company promises will keep patients extra safe from the latest strains of the Chinese flu. Doctors are reportedly trying to "make up for it," referring to Pollock's paralyzed state, by pulling the plug on her life via Canada's Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) program.

Canada's government-run medical system is urging Pollock to sign up for assisted suicide, promising her that they would do everything possible to get her application accepted. Doing this, they say, will cure Pollock of her condition by stopping her from having to be alive in a paralyzed state of existence.

(Related: In Canada, babies can now be euthanized for profit as part of the MAiD program.)

Becoming paralyzed to stay "safe" from COVID

At the time when Pollock decided to get boosted, she recalls politicians, public health officials and media talking-heads fearmongering about the alleged dangers of the latest "variants" and "subvariants" of the Chinese virus. They were urging all Canadians to rush on over to the nearest medical clinic for an injection, which was supposed to keep them safe.

Pollock also recalls there being extra emphasis placed on those at highest risk of "catching" COVID getting boosted as soon as possible. Heeding this advice, Pollock signed up to get the first double-dose series of mRNA injections from Pfizer in the middle of 2021, to which she did not notice any immediate health problems.

Because her father lives with dementia in a long-term care facility, Pollock thought she was looking out for her dad by getting jabbed with every recommended injection prior to visiting him. It was after Pollock got boosted with Moderna that everything changed for her.

Upon arriving to get the Moderna boost, Pollock recalls feeling a gut instinct that something was not right. She ignored that feeling and proceeded with getting the injection anyway on Jan. 11, 2022.

Just four days later, Pollock says her legs "just gave out," upon which she "collapsed." She felt fine not long after that, but nine days following the fall she experienced another similar event, which prompted her to call her doctor to report that something was amiss.

On Feb. 22, 2022, Pollock's condition took a turn for the worse when she woke up one day and could not move in her bed. She would learn that the Moderna booster left her stricken with transverse myelitis, a condition marked by an interruption of nerve transmissions along the spinal cord.

Pollock would end up stuck in a hospital bed for months, during which time medical staff repeatedly encouraged her to undergo assisted suicide as a cure. An organization called Veterans 4 Freedom has since stepped in to try to help Pollock by setting up a GiveSendGo campaign to help her raise money for a service dog.

As one independent media report put it, what Pollock is now going through serves as a "damnation of Canada's socialized healthcare system."

The latest news about Canada's MAiD program and how it is being used to cover for COVID jab injuries and deaths can be found at

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