Millions of people have watched a series of Instagram videos that show a woman struggling to walk as a result of a reaction to the Pfizer covid jab.
In one of the videos, 34 year-old Georgia-Rose Segal can be seen staggering and desperately trying to remain standing. In another clip, she’s seen in a hospital bed with her legs and feet spasming uncontrollably. It’s grim stuff.
A caption on one of the clips declares:
“Since the 29th June after her second Pfizer jab, Georgia has had daily episodes of fainting, developing into neurological issues and losing the use of her legs. And yes, she was perfectly fit and healthy before!”
Instagram has said that it will not delete the videos but will instead heavily restrict them. This is known as shadow-banning. The company issued a brief statement saying:
“We are running the largest online vaccine information campaign in history, and through our work with the NHS and UK government we’ve directed over 13.5 million visits to accurate information about the virus and approved vaccines.”
This is astonishing. Instagram accepts that the woman has been injured by the Pfizer jab but goes on to say that it will severely restrict the reach of the videos. If pressed, presumably Instagram would say that the injury is a very rare occurrence.
That may or may not be true, but this goes straight to the heart of informed consent. People are entitled to know about these injuries, whether or not they’re one in ten thousand or one in a million.
These jabs are untried, unproven, they’re not even vaccines and they are proving to be deadly. Share with everyone you know who has yet to roll up their sleeves.