During the trial of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine – which was primarily tested in the third world, where this Jewish pharmaceutical company can use people as lab rats without fear of being sued – at least four people developed Bell’s palsy, otherwise known as “Wise Guy syndrome.”
It transforms your face into a nonstop “wise guy” smirk.
Even when you’re sleeping, you are making that face. For the rest of your life, when you walk into a 711 or an Applebee’s, people will stand up and say “what – you some kinda wise guy?”
But don’t worry – because totally factually and honest “fact checkers” are telling you not to worry.
Let’s go ahead and do some fact-checking on the Jewish “fact checker” website Politifact.
Social media has seen an uptick in anti-vaccination claims as the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine moves closer to emergency use in the U.S.
Some Facebook users amplified a single data point in an FDA briefing document on the vaccine: Four of the vaccinated trial participants in a clinical study developed Bell’s Palsy, a form of temporary facial paralysis.
Fact check: it’s not always “temporary.” Here’s a recent article about a woman who has been suffering from it for 20 years.
The post features a screenshot of the FDA document and a photo of three people purported to have Bell’s Palsy. This photo does not actually depict people involved in the coronavirus vaccine trial. It dates back to at least 2019.
Fact check: the post wasn’t supposed to show the people who participated, it was just showing examples of the condition.
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Fact check: it wasn’t false news or misinformation. As you just stated, Politifact, it was citing an FDA briefing. It was literally a screenshot of an FDA document.
Fact check: government information about coronavirus is regularly labeled by Facebook as fake news, and Twitter deleted a tweet that Donald Trump retweeted showing screenshots from the CDC website showing comorbidities.
The post does contain some accurate information. Four people vaccinated with the coronavirus vaccine did develop Bell’s Palsy, according to the FDA, and the agency has recommended “surveillance” for cases of Bell’s Palsy as larger groups of people are vaccinated.
Fact check: we know.
However, posts like these mislead by seeming to imply that the Pfizer vaccine caused Bell’s Palsy. So far, there’s no evidence of a direct link.
First, four people out of 22,000 in the vaccinated group developed Bell’s Palsy, about 0.02% of participants. According to the FDA, this is “consistent with the expected background rate in the general population” and there is “no clear basis upon which to conclude a causal relationship at this time.”
Fact check: it is statistically impossible that it was a coincidence.
Fact check: coronavirus has roughly a 0.02% fatality rate (if you believe the CDC, which I do not), and I would rather die than get permanent wise guy face.
Even More Concerning…
What is even more concerning than Wise Guy syndrome itself is the fact that this is caused by neurological damage, indicating that the vaccine can indeed cause damage to the brain.
The cause of Bell’s palsy is unknown. Risk factors include diabetes, a recent upper respiratory tract infection, and pregnancy. It results from a dysfunction of cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve). Many believe that this is due to a viral infection that results in swelling. Diagnosis is based on a person’s appearance and ruling out other possible causes. Other conditions that can cause facial weakness include brain tumor, stroke, Ramsay Hunt syndrome type 2, myasthenia gravis, and Lyme disease.
It has been speculated that the mRNA vaccine for coronavirus could cause swelling of the brain, which could lead to permanent brain damage.
In the scariest cases, you would simply get a headache for a few days, and not realize what happened. Then, over the course of time, you may or may not notice that you’re having a harder time remembering things, more difficulty concentrating, or perhaps notice that your reading comprehension is lower.
Theoretically, the vaccine could lower your IQ by a few points without you ever consciously noticing anything.
After the government totally collapsed our economy, causing untold damage to the people, and to society as a whole, it is impossible to argue that they care about us and are doing the vaccine because they love us. So, there is no chance that they are concerned about it harming us, and there is a 100% chance they will try their best to cover up or downplay any harm that comes from the vaccine.
You are more likely to die from a dog attack than you are to die of the coronavirus. You are dozens of times more likely to die from falling down stairs or drowning in a swimming pool than you are to die of the coronavirus.
Is this really worth the risk of taking this vaccine?
Of course, most people know that it obviously isn’t worth the risk – and that is why they are coming out with all of these threats against people who refuse to take it. They won’t let you work, they won’t let you travel, they won’t let you in the bar – and so on.
So you have to ask: why is it so important to them that you take this vaccine?
Frankly, no one knows.
But whatever their reasoning is, it is certainly malicious.