Jim Crenshaw – April 4th, 2022

Harley has had five operations, and had two cardiac arrests following one dose of Pfizer. This is Harley’s story:

My name is Harley, I’m 33 years old. I’ve always been healthy, I played ball often, and this is my story:

On 08/24/21 I took the first dose of Pfizer. On the same day I felt pain in my arm and chills, symptoms that were repeated the next day. After 15 days of inoculation I started to feel a very strong pain in my left arm, the arm that I was inoculated with.

I felt a kind of numbness, weakness, and the tips of my fingers started to turn blue. I went to the emergency room and they prescribed only one pain medicine, and soon after I left with the same symptoms as when I arrived.

In the next 4 days that followed I continued with the arm the same way, sometimes I felt a slight improvement in numbness.

On the night of 11/10/21 I went to bed, and when I woke up on 11/11/21 I was no longer feeling my left leg.

I went to the emergency room again, and when I got there soon my leg and feet started to turn purple, and my pain got so much worse that even morphine didn’t solve it anymore, they started anticoagulants, and soon the doctors saw that the my situation was very serious.

They tried to transfer me to a different hospital but there was no vacancy, so I sat in a chair for 3 days, supporting my leg on another chair, because that was the only position I could tolerate the pain. My sister took me to a private hospital, which I was immediately set up for a procedure when they saw how serious my leg was. They made three cuts on my leg, as it had already gotten necrotic.

At that moment the doctor told me they would probably have to amputate my leg, but he said he would do everything to help me.

After being hospitalized for 5 days, I was finally able to go home to to recover, as they removed a lot of muscle from my left leg. I have no movement in my left foot, and the pain in my arm was a thrombus.
Source: Covid Vax Injuries.


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