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Governor of California in hiding after he develops facial paralysis from booster jab

The Governor of California Gavin Newsom has been in hiding for over two weeks after he developed either Bell's Palsy or Guillain-Barre syndrome from his booster shot.

Published: November 9, 2021, 10:52 am

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    Newsom received his booster on October 27 but has been bunkered inside his home because he likely developed Bell’s Palsy. Facial paralysis is one of the side effects of the vaccines which manifests within hours after the injection. Vaccine recipients are 1 533 times more likely to develop Bell’s Palsy after a jab. Guillain-Barre is less likely than Bell’s Palsy by a factor of 4,5.

    No one has seen him in public since his public display of taking a booster shot. Newsom suddenly cancelled his appearance at the UN Climate Summit, COP 26 in Glasgow, Scotland on November 1-3, fuelling suspicion that he might have suffered an adverse event.

    Law enforcement sources report that Newsom has been isolated in his home with doctors going in and out.

    One journalist, Steve Kirsch, speculated that the reason why Newsom has not yet admitted his injury, is that it would create vaccine hesitancy after he mandated vaccines for children in California. He may be putting healthy children at risk of neurological damage in doing so.

    The risk-benefit analysis for children aged 5 to 11 shows that 117 could be killed to save one child.

    The other reason may be that “he doesn’t want to make the CDC look incompetent for never spotting the safety signal”.

    Newsom got a Covid-19 booster shot at an Oakland clinic after his Johnson & Johnson jab earlier this year. According to Newsweek, he decided to get a Moderna booster to “make a point about mix and match,” which the CDC said was safe to do October 20.

    Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., chairman of Children’s Health Defense, wished him a quick recovery but added: “However, if it’s true the governor has suffered debilitating neurological injuries following vaccination, it raises grave ethical questions about his seemingly dishonest efforts to conceal his injuries while implementing aggressive policies to force the children and working people of California to endure similar risks.”

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