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WOMAN STATES, “PEOPLE NEED TO BELIEVE THE JAB INJURED”
Jab-Injured Woman is Having Suicidal Thoughts for the First Time in Her Life
Sheila Bath was a healthy 64-year-old women who had a dual career as a life coach and professional chef in the Hamptons. She would travel back and forth to Florida and began working with an elderly woman who had diabetes. She decided to get the vaccine right when it came out, via the lottery system to protect her client. After receiving the shot on March 27, 2021, exactly two weeks later she developed severe burning in her legs and numb feet.
That progressed into more symptoms, including what Sheila called “brain flame,” digestive issues, dry mouth, arthritis and more. After no luck with a regular doctor, she found a naturopath that treated her with supplements and acupuncture. Sheila later was diagnosed with osteoarthritis, Guillain-Barre Syndrome and neuropathy. All of this illness put a strain on Sheila and her life, which resulted in a divorce. She now has a limp and lives off social security with no help from the government who pushed these jabs on innocent Americans.
She hopes that people will learn from her story and that people will start believing the jab injured. She told me, “They have no reason to lie about these symptoms and it’s hard enough on us being jab injured without the public mistreating us.” Like many in the group she works with, she has had suicidal thoughts. We hope she continues her activism and saves others from this unfair decision that has changed her life forever.
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