March 8, 2022
The husband of an Oregon woman who died last year from a blood clotting disorder just two weeks after getting “vaccinated” with Johnson & Johnson’s (J&J) Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injection is speaking out about his wife’s “rare” experience.
It turns out that what Stan Thomas’ other half suffered is not so rare after all. He explained to NBC News that even if the risk is considered “small” by the government’s standards, it is happening more often than people think.
Thousands of similar blood clotting disorders resulting in death have been reported to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and yet NBC maintains that there is only “a 1-in-a-million risk.”
“When it’s eight million doses and two people are going to die from it, who thinks it’s going to be you?” Thomas asked hypothetically in an interview.
Monika Melkonian, 52, we now know, received her J&J shot at an injection clinic on April 7, 2021, the same day that both the CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) temporarily “paused” that brand of injection due to a flood of reports about vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT).
“VITT is a sometimes fatal condition characterized by simultaneous acute thrombosis and thrombocytopenia that presents after receiving a COVID vaccine,” explains The Defender (Children’s Health Defense) about the condition.
Initially, Melkonian developed a persistent headache and pain behind her left eye. She did not think too much of it and continued to carry out normal daily activities with her husband.
By April 17, Melkonian’s headache was mostly gone, so she assumed she was in the clear. But by 4 a.m. the next day (April 18), Thomas says he heard his wife hit the floor, which turned out to be a seizure that caused her to no longer be able to move her right arm.
Suspecting a stroke, Thomas called 9-1-1 and had first responders take her to the emergency room. She perished not long after arriving there.
“The progression of this was just lightning-fast,” Thomas recalled about how he tried to communicate with his wife by asking her to squeeze his hand once for “yes” and twice for “no” in response to questions.
“The last thing that I said to her was that I loved her and asked her to squeeze my hand twice,” he said. “She did.”
CDC covid jab task force admits that it excludes certain post-injection heart incidents from data to keep numbers low
On April 22, 2021, the CDC launched an investigation into Melkonian’s death. Later that year, the agency’s vaccine advisory panel determined that the benefits of getting the shot supposedly outweigh the risks, claiming that only 54 cases of VITT in J&J recipients, nine of which resulted in death, have been reported.
“This blood clot was seen in combination with very low platelets,” said the Oregon Health Authority in a follow-up statement following Melkonian’s death.
“Prior to the issuance of the pause, cases of this serious blood clot had been identified among six women around the country who received the vaccine.”
Concerning the CDC’s declaration that the J&J jab is still safe despite the VITT risk, the agency’s COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force later admitted that certain heart events that occur post-injection are excluded from the data. These include “reports where [the] only thrombosis is ischemic stroke or myocardial infarction.”
Doing this, The Defender noted, significantly reduces the number of blood-clotting cases in the official numbers, which in effect makes the injections appear safer than they actually are.
The CDC website currently states that most strokes, or around 87 percent, are ischemic strokes, which is when blood flow through the artery that supplies oxygen-rich blood to the brain becomes blocked.
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SOURCE: Natural News