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Man Blames Flu Shot for Leaving Him Blind and Partially Paralyzed

Posted by Erin Elizabeth | Dec 6, 2018

NBC: Las Vegas man blames flu shot for triggering rare disorder

Monique Morgan says that the flu shot her husband Shane had on November 2nd sent him to the ICU.

Just one day after receiving his flu shot, Las Vegas man Shane Morgan went from perfectly healthy to unable to speak, walk, or breathe on his own. He has been hospitalized for the last 2 weeks.

“At the start of November, Shane and his wife Monique like most couples were planning for the holidays, and with family and young infants coming to town they decided to get the flu shot.

‘About 36-hours after he got the flu shot he started to get sick,’ Monique said as she sat next to her husband in his hospital bed.

Shane started complaining that he couldn’t feel his legs or arms so his wife rushed him to Centennial Hills Hospital, where he spent 4-days on a ventilator in the ICU.”1

Although it pains us to share stories like this we simply must inform the public. We have to continue to get this message out there.

Yes, Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome (GBS) can cause symptoms that last for a few weeks and most recover, but many people have long-term nerve damage. And it can cause death due to breathing difficulty.  While rare, it’s estimated that 3,000 to 6,000 people develop GBS every year in the US. And if they are getting it after getting a totally unnecessary flu shot, they should be informed about their GBS risks

One doctor interviewed was quick to point out that the flu shot can’t give you GBS but that it’s your body’s response to the shot. So, if our body responds this way, why aren’t scientists trying to figure out WHY? (If you take something that gives you a disease, isn’t that thing really just giving you the disease? Isn’t this just semantics?)

“Infection with the bacterium Campylobacter jejuni is one of the most common risk factors for GBS. People also can develop GBS after having the flu or other infections (such as cytomegalovirus and Epstein Barr virus). On very rare occasions, they may develop GBS in the days or weeks after getting a vaccination.”3

The same doctor went on to say that they don’t want people to be afraid of getting a flu shot because they save lives. But I think people are starting to wake up and realize that a shot with an effectiveness rate of 10% some years isn’t really doing much.

Just Remember… There is no Flu Season

Shane has a long road to recovery ahead of himself. But his family is there to help him. And if you are able and can help, the family has set up a GoFundMe account to help with their expenses.


  1. NBC 3 News Las Vegas



This is the second news story this week about the perils of the flu vaccine:   José R. Peralta, a former New York State Senator, complained of a mysterious illness for two weeks prior to his passing. According to an article in the New York Times, Peralta believed the cause of his symptoms to be related to a flu shot he’d recently received.

The New York City’s Medical Examiner’s office allegedly said that Peralta died of “septic shock,” according to the New York Post.  Without the results of the autopsy, this diagnosis remains informal.

According to Dr. Mercola, Sepsis is one of the leading causes of influenza-related deaths which is caused by an aggressive, dysfunctional immune response to an infection in the bloodstream.  The excerpt below shows that the flu vaccine makes you vulnerable to secondary infections.

Excerpt from article:  While Peralta had recently received an influenza vaccination, research shows the flu vaccine often fails to work, and may actually weaken the immune system, making you more vulnerable to secondary infections and/or more severe disease.23,24,25 In one study,26 influenza vaccination more than quadrupled children’s risk of contracting an upper respiratory infection.  According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,27 the 2017-2018 seasonal influenza vaccine’s effectiveness against “influenza A and influenza B virus infection associated with medically attended acute respiratory illness” was just 36 percent, meaning there was a 64 percent chance of contracting influenza even if you got the flu shot.

In this vaccine exemption update article, Dr. Mercola also warns that the Flu Vaccine is the Leading Cause for Vaccine Injury Compensation among adults as well as the fact that no well executed clinical trials have proven its safety and efficacy:

Most of these injuries are in fact GBS.

He goes on to warn that 2013 research shows that getting vaccinated against one strain raises your risk of severe infection from a different strain.

As a Lyme/MSIDS patient, we must weigh benefit with risk as our bodies are already under attack causing immune system dysfunction.

In a way, the irony here is palpable.  Lyme/MSIDS patients with chronic symptoms are told they don’t have persistent infection but rather that they are either making it all up (MUS) OR it’s a problem with their immune system.  With vaccines, authorities also hedge on blaming the vaccine (provoking agent) but rather on a faulty immune response.

The simple fact of the matter is that without provocation, GBS and/or Lyme/MSIDS would not occur.  

Remove the provocation and you remove GBS and Lyme/MSIDS.

In the case of GBS, remove the vaccine and there’s no GBS.  In the case of Lyme/MSIDS, remove the bacteria & viruses and there’s no Lyme/MSIDS.

Seems pretty straight forward to me, but I’m just a crazy gray-hair.
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