Reports continue to surface of brain damage and deaths following injections of Johnson and Johnson’s experimental COVID vaccines, currently suspended by the FDA due to reports of deadly blood clots.
Mary Hynes, a reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, reported earlier this week that an 18-year-old became seriously ill after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 injection and underwent three brain surgeries linked to dangerous blood clots.
An 18-year-old Clark County woman who became critically ill after receiving Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine has undergone three brain surgeries linked to dangerous blood clots, a spokesman for the patient’s family said Monday.
The young woman, Emma Burkey, began feeling ill a week after being vaccinated, around April 1, and ended up suffering seizures that sent her to the hospital, according to spokesman Bret Johnson.
Burkey was first treated at St. Rose Dominican Hospital on Siena’s Henderson campus before being flown to Loma Linda University Medical Center in Southern California for specialized care. Her parents, Russ and Kathy, are at her bedside, but only for a brief period each day due to COVID-19 restrictions.
“He’s slowly improving,” Johnson has said in an interview. “The note we got from his parents last night was ‘slowly, slowly, slowly.'”
Burkey is out of an induced coma and has been hooked up to a ventilator. He has a tracheotomy tube that prevents him from speaking, but he says a few words and blinks to communicate, his parents told Johnson. (Source.)
In North Carolina, Fox 46 reports that Darlene Blackwell, 61, died two days after receiving the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. She reportedly died of a massive brain hemorrhage.
A North Carolina woman claims her mother died two days after receiving the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. She believes it was the dose that caused her mother’s sudden death.
FOX 46 interviewed Allyson Hendrix, who said her mother was someone who helped a lot of other people and now that she’s gone, Hendrix said she has a huge void in her life.
“She was a good mother, but she was an even better grandmother,” Hendrix said. “Her grandchildren were her life.”
Hendrix described her mother as a family woman and a force to be reckoned with.
“Feisty,” she said. “She was small and strong.
She used her small but strong frame to help in any way she could.
“She helped me with our chicken farms; she helped me a lot with the kids. She was my number one babysitter. Everything.”
Hendrix says his mother decided to get the COVID vaccine and opted for Johnson & Johnson.
“She was like, “I’m going to do this, it’s easier, I don’t have to do this, you know, two trips.” “‘ She got it on March 30.
Then, two days later, she was in the hospital.
“Everything was fine, she went shopping with my grandmother. They got home, she got sick, started feeling nauseous. She got sick in the bathroom. My grandmother went back in to check on her and she wasn’t answering, she wasn’t responding. He had to pry the door open with a screwdriver and found her on the floor unresponsive.”
Hendrix rushed to the hospital but couldn’t see his mother right away.
“They couldn’t figure out what was wrong, so they did a CT scan and that’s when they discovered the whole brain hemorrhage,” he said. “It was so big at first that they thought it was actually two aneurysms, but it was only one. It was very large.
On April 9, Darlene Blackwell passed away.
Hendrix and his brother wonder if the Johnson & Johnson vaccine caused a brain hemorrhage.
“That night we decided to end life support. We were sitting at my grandmother’s house and the information was rather dismissive, but I was reading the headlines and they were saying that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine had been put on hold and had been discontinued said Hendrix. “This hit me like what happened.”
Hendrix and his brother tell FOX 46 that they were already skeptical about the vaccine, saying it had come out too quickly. Now, in the wake of their mother’s death, their skepticism is even greater. They said they are definitely considering legal options. (Source.)
Where you get information is now a life and death situation.
The CDC continue to claim that these blood clots and adverse reactions to Johnson and Johnson’s COVID injections are “rare,” affecting only a few people.