“There are far too many silent sufferers,” this man begins in his testimony in a hearing sponsored by U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson. “I’m here for all those who could not be here today,” he says.
He is a 51-year-old research nurse practitioner and honesty is very important to him. He has four degrees; medicine is his second career. He was vibrant, funny, healthy with no medical conditions or other vaccine reactions, he says.
But with the COVID vaccine, he developed problems in his right arm, and it traveled to his head and neck. Against his better judgment he got the second shot and within four days developed debilitating tinnitus. When he found himself curled up in a fetal position on the bathroom floor, he thought his life was over.
He had tachycardia and brain fog. He ended up in the ER and was dismissed and sent home with ibuprofen. He now has trouble standing, severe insomnia, muscle tremors and generalized neuropathies. And still, he can’t anybody to take an interest in him — except for the thousands of people who contacted him on social media, all of whom had similar conditions after the vaccine.