by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

James (he gives his last name in the video) is a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), and he recorded this video as a whistleblower because he could not keep silent any longer.

James reports that in 2020 very few residents in the nursing home where he works got sick with COVID, and none of them died during the entire year of 2020.

However, shortly after administering the Pfizer experimental mRNA injections, 14 died within two weeks, and he reports that many others are near death.

The video is long (47 minutes), and it is clear that James is suffering from emotional stress, and he admits that he has nothing to gain from going public, and that he will probably lose his job for doing so.

But he makes it very clear that these were patients he knew and cared for (he is also a “lay pastor”), and that after being injected with the mRNA shot, residents who used to walk on their own can no longer walk. Residents who used to carry on an intelligent conversation with him could no longer talk.

And now they are dying.

“They’re dropping like flies.”

His superiors are explaining the deaths as being caused by a COVID19 “super-spreader.”

However, the residents who refused to take the injections, are not sick, according to James.

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**Comment**

It’s become clear that the severe censorship going on is prohibiting this information from reaching the public which is why I feel it important to share.  Similarly to the fragile elderly, Lyme/MSIDS patients also have fragile health and need to carefully weigh any health decision.

Please remember raw data on these COVID shots, which are not vaccines, is unavailable.  Those getting the shots are effectively subjects in a drug trial.  They are not FDA approved, risks are unknown, as well as if they even prevent disease and transmission.  On top of all of this, serious adverse reactions – including deaths are rolling in:  https://madisonarealymesupportgroup.com/2020/12/21/warning-3150-injuries-in-1st-week-of-covid-vaccines-among-american-healthcare-workers-pregnant-women-included/  The list continues to grow.