[At the source link below, just go and view the photos of all the people who lost their legs after this COVID crap vaccine. Just click on the link below, you'll be shocked by the photos and the long lists of people. It's dreadful. Jan]
As the vaccination train rolls on, tales of horrifying side effects continue to pile up. The mainstream media reports only on these cases in isolation, if at all, deliberately ignoring the wider pattern of serious blood clots directly linked to vaccination. At this point, the evidence seems deniable only when these cases are not looked at together as a group.
Here is a list of people from around the world that, in just the last few weeks and months, have had their leg amputated as a result of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dave Mears: Former Taekwondo World Champion’s Leg “Exploded” 1 Month After Receiving AstraZeneca Vaccine
Former taekwondo world champion Dave Mears had his left leg amputated just a month after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, which caused his leg to “explode”.
Mears received the shot on March 4th and immediately developed flu-like symptoms and a sky-high temperature. A month later, he was hospitalized for a leg infection that was so bad that his leg ‘exploded’ at Peterborough City Hospital, showering blood everywhere.
Doctors had no choice but to amputate his left leg above the knee.
“There was blood everywhere. It was terrifying. I had the operation and they amputated the leg and I lost five units of blood. It was pretty serious and I was very poorly after that.”
During his 21 years abroad in Thailand, Mears qualified as a professional photographer and ran a series of successful bars before COVID-19 caused his business to come crashing down.
Cicera Santos: Brazilian Woman Had Left Leg Amputated 1 Week After Receiving Pfizer Vaccine
39-year-old Cicera Santos from Brazil had to have her left leg amputated due to blood clots just a week after getting the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Santos took the shot on August 25th and was hospitalized four days later with venous thrombosis in her left leg. The thrombosis was so severe that doctors had no other option but to amputate her leg below the knee.
The mother-of-two said after the amputation:
“I was affected by venous thrombosis in my left leg just a week after the vaccine.
I was a healthy person before this and I never had problems with my blood circulation.”
Jummai Nache: 47-Year-Old Medical Assistent Had Left Hand, Right Fingers and Both Legs Amputated Shortly After Receiving Second Pfizer Vaccine
Jummai Nache, a 47-year-old medical assistant from Minneapolis lost both of her legs and left hand after her Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination.
Nache got her second shot on February 1st and immediately experienced chest pains. She was hospitalized on February 13th after blood clots were found throughout her entire body. Both her legs below the knees and most of her hands had to be surgically removed or she would’ve died.
Jummai’s husband, Philip, said after her horrific injuries:
“My experience on this journey has been so difficult but I can’t imagine the excruciating pain mental, physical, and emotional that my wife is going through.”
Junmai’s case was investigated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, the agency could not determine whether the vaccine played a role in her condition. Junmai and her husband Philip were not satisfied with these findings.
The Nigerian couple is still fighting for justice to this day.
Goran: 50-Year-Old Construction Worker Had Leg Amputated Due To Blood Clots Three Weeks After Receiving AstraZeneca Vaccine
Viennese construction worker Goran had to have his right leg amputated due to blood clots just 3 weeks after receiving his first AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
Goran had developed severe pain in his leg and “spat blood once or twice a day”. By March 13th, the pain in his leg got so bad his wife called an ambulance.
The builder of more than 30 years said:
“I’ve never felt such pain in my whole life. My leg was white, blue and black.”
He had to have three surgeries in one week and was put in an induced coma. When he awoke, doctors told him that his lower leg had been amputated.
“I will never forget that pain when I woke up for the rest of my life.”
Alex Mitchell: Scottish Man Had Left Leg Amputated 2 Weeks After Receiving AstraZeneca Vaccine
56-year-old Alex Mitchell lost his leg just 2 weeks after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on March 20th.
Mitchell, from Glasgow Scotland, was hospitalized on April 4th after collapsing at home. He had developed blood clots in his lower abdomen and in both legs which forced surgeons to remove his left leg above the knee.
“The doctors were speaking to consultants all around the world about me, because it was unheard of for someone with this level of clotting to survive.”
Despite losing his leg, Mitchell was still positive about the vaccine and did not want to ‘discourage’ others from taking the shot.
“I had the vaccine because I want things to go back to normal as soon as possible and the only way we can do this is by being vaccinated. I wouldn’t want to discourage people from having the Covid jab.
From what they know, what happened to me is rare. It’s only going to affect maybe one or two people, so don’t let it put you off.”
Harold Molle: Australian Man Had Left Leg Amputated Just Days After Receiving AstraZeneca Vaccine
Australian Harold Molle had to have his left leg amputated because of blood clots just three days after his second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Molle said about the incident:
“It was excruciating pain.
It’s going to cost me now, I’ve got to get an artificial leg and a wheelchair.”
Despite losing his leg, he too spoke positively about the vaccine.
“The vaccine worked because it saved me in the hospital because I caught COVID there, and if I didn’t have the vaccine they said I would have most probably got real sick.”
Ketsiri Kongkaew: 20-Year-Old Student Lost Her Leg After AstraZeneca Vaccine, Died 2 Months Later From Blood Thinner Complications
Thai student Ketsiri Kongkaew had to have her leg surgically removed just weeks after receiving the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
The 20-year-old, who had received her shot on August 13th, immediately developed a high temperature and flu-like symptoms and was hospitalized a week later for severe blood clots in her left leg which gave doctors at Krabi Hospital no other option but to surgically remove her leg.
Her grandmother, Harlia Kongkaew, said about the injury:
“She [Ketsiri] was transferred to Surat Thani Hospital for an X-ray where doctors said that there was a blockage in the artery and that she had to be sent to Krabi Hospital for emergency surgery. That’s when her left leg got amputated above the knee.
This was a result of the vaccine. She never had any diseases before this.”
The student initially seemed to recover from her operation and was put on blood thinners, which caused a brain haemorrage just two months later. Doctors performed emergency surgery but Ketsiri died after a few days.
Juan Pablo Medina: Mexican-American Actor Had Leg Amputated Due To Blood Clots Shortly After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine
“La Casa de las Flores” actor Juan Pablo Medina had his leg amputated on August 3rd due to thrombosis. The 44-year-old actor is alleged to have gone to a deep depression after his horrific injury.
The news prompted thousands of reactions on social media with speculation about the cause of his condition. Media reported at the time that the actor’s life was at stake during the emergency surgery, and therefore his family opted for the amputation to save him.
His wife Paulina Dávila recently said that he is still in full recovery and hopes soon to publicly speak about the incident:
“When he [Juan Pablo] is ready, he will share his story and tell everyone what happened. It is not up to me.”
Jeanine Calkin: State Senator Had Leg Amputated Shortly After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine
Senator Jeanine Calkin had to have her right leg amputated because of a blood clot that had developed shortly after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Calkin, who is a senator for the state of Rhode Island, said after the amputation:
“Doctors discovered that I had an infection, which had led to blood clots. The clotting had blocked the flow of blood to my legs. The doctors determined that to save my life, they needed to amputate my right leg, which they did on Friday.”
Despite the clot developing shortly after receiving the jab, Calkin stated that she does not believe it was related to the vaccine.