After 10 Months of Silence, Super Bowl Champ ‘Mystified’ by Lack of Interest in Vaccine Injuries

All drugs can have side effects—from baby aspirin to hand sanitizer—just look at the warning labels and you’ll see them listed. Those unwanted reactions are discovered because all new drugs have to go through rigorous testing to get approval. That includes first small, then larger human trials.

So it shouldn’t be surprising that some people—even if it’s a small number—have bad reactions to COVID-19 vaccines. Afterall, the drugs are new and were rolled for emergency use, prior to full approval.

We might expect the government and drug companies to want to study anyone who does have a bad reaction very closely, to learn how to treat them and perhaps screen others who might react similarly. 

But that hasn’t been the experience of our guest, Green Bay Packer hall-of-famer Ken Ruettgers. The former offensive-tackle is now forced to tackle the FDA, CDC, and big pharma to help his wife, who had a severe neurological reaction to her dose of Moderna. And she’s not alone.

Ruettgers started a website, C19 Vax Reactions, to document cases of neurological vaccine injury and to provide resources for others also wandering in the desert of the unknown.

Watch the full episode on EpochTV.


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