COMCAST CENSORS VAX INJURED 13-YR.-OLD GIRL WHO VOLUNTEERED FOR PFIZER TRIAL

COMCAST CENSORS VAX INJURED 13-YR.-OLD GIRL WHO VOLUNTEERED FOR PFIZER TRIAL

CD Media Staff

After Initially Accepting 30 Second TV Ad, Comcast Attorneys Kill it at Last Minute

“I’ve waited 7 months for Pfizer or the FDA to acknowledge what happened to my daughter and they haven’t.  They tried to ignore her injuries.  With these ads, she will finally have the chance to be in the room with them, to be seen by them, and for her voice to be heard.”

WASHINGTON, DC, OCTOBER 23. 2021 – A new television ad that spotlights Pfizer vaccine-related injuries suffered by 13-year-old Maddie de Garay was killed Friday late afternoon by Comcast attorneys after initially accepting the ad on Thursday.  The ad was slated to run multiple times before and during the FDA’s VRBPAC Meeting on Pfizer Data on its COVID-19 Vaccine for Children 5-11.

Despite almost no publicity, the public can submit public comments to the FDA for its VRBPAC meeting on Pfizer Data taking place 10/26 for Children ages 5-11. A link to submit a public comment can be found here.

The script of the ad reads:

This is Maddie – she’s 13 and wants to be a pediatric nurse.

When the COVID vaccine became available she volunteered to test it. She said she wanted to help other kids.

 (pause)

This is her now.

(pause)

There are thousands of others like her. They are ignored by the FDA, by the media. She believed it when they said it was safe.

She stepped up to help America. Who’s going to step up for Maddie?

“She wanted to help others, to help the world get back to normal,” said Stephanie.  “She now has lost the ability to walk and relies on an NG tube for all of her nutrition.”

The new physicians treating Maddie asked her about her “anxiety” that was put in her charts in March of 2021, two months after her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.  Maddie looked them straight in the eye and said, “I did not have anxiety before and do not have anxiety now other than from the doctors who have not believed me.”

“She received her vaccine on January 20 and came into our room in the middle of the night, she said she didn’t feel right and couldn’t sleep.  She has been waiting 8 months to be acknowledged by Pfizer, the FDA, and CDC and has not even received acknowledgment from any of them, not an email, a phone call, or a text.  Nothing.  At least with this ad, we know that Maddie will be in the room with the decision-makers and if that can help innocent children in the future not become victims injured by the Pfizer covid vaccine then that is a win in our minds.”

“I’ve waited 7 months for Pfizer or the FDA to acknowledge what happened to my daughter and they haven’t.  They tried to ignore her injuries.  With these ads, she will finally have the chance to be in the room with them, to be seen by them, and for her voice to be heard.”

Despite almost no publicity, the public can submit public comments to the FDA for its VRBPAC meeting on Pfizer Data taking place 10/26 for Children ages 5-11. A link to submit a public comment can be found here.

The video is just one in a series named “The Unacknowledged – the Victims of the Vaccine.” And is a component of a national education effort organized by the not-for-profit organization, the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation.

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Via https://creativedestructionmedia.com/news/business/2021/10/23/breaking-comcast-censors-vax-injured-13-yr-old-girl-who-volunteered-for-pfizer-trial/

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