A woman grieved as she described how the pfizer experimental coronavirus vaccination placed her formerly healthy, active 12-year-old daughter in a wheelchair at an event organized by a US senator.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) held a press conference on Monday to highlight adverse reactions to the COVID-19 vaccination. Stephanie de Garay sobbed as she told how her 12-year-old daughter, Maddie, is now wheelchair-bound as a result of volunteering to receive the Pfizer vaccination as part of a vaccine trial.
Maddie has gone to the ER nine times since receiving the injection, and she has been hospitalized three times in the last two months.
Maddie’s parents were ecstatic for her to take part in the immunization experiment because they are “pro-vaccine and pro-science.” Maddie, on the other hand, reported soreness in her arm where she had been vaccinated after receiving her second dosage of the Pfizer vaccine on January 20. She had severe abdomen and chest pain within the next 24 hours.
Maddie told her mother that she felt “as if my heart was being ripped out through my neck” as she received terrible electrical shocks down her neck and spine, requiring her to stoop over to walk.
Maddie’s parents took her to the ER on the advice of the vaccine trial nurse administrator, where her labs were obtained and she was tested for appendicitis, given an IV with medicine, and sent home. Her condition was identified as “adverse impact of vaccination initial encounter.”
Maddie’s mother reported her abdominal, muscle, and nerve agony became intolerable during the next two and a half months. Maddie had gastroparesis, nausea and vomiting, irregular blood pressure, memory loss, brain fog, migraines, dizziness, fainting, seizures, verbal and motor tics, menstrual cycle troubles, lost feeling from the waist down, lost bowel and bladder control, and she needed a nasogastric tube to eat.
“How come she hasn’t returned to her old self?” Maddie’s mother, Stephanie de Garay, claimed, “She was completely fine before this.” Maddie had agreed to participate in the Pfizer vaccine experiment “to help everyone else, but they aren’t helping here.” Maddie was healthy, received straight A’s, had a lot of friends, and had a life before she got her final dosage of the vaccine.”
Some doctors attempted to blame Maddie’s neurological problems on anxiety and attempted to commit her to a mental institution. Her parents were forced to seek help from other sources as a result of this. They encountered others who had experienced similar negative vaccine reactions and were able to connect them with qualified medical doctors.
“All we want is for Maddie to be seen, heard, and believed because she hasn’t been for a long time. And we want her to get the help she requires so she can return to her normal life,” said de Garay.