It's a weird topic. A guy I've met at church in the past year has heart problems he attributes to the vaxx, but he works at a hospital and was required to take the vaxx. Plus, he probably trusted the vaxx initially, as more normies would be expected to do. Now at least he does recognize his problems are likely from the vaxx, not from nonsense reasons like climate change or too much sleep.I was helping a friend move to a new home yesterday. He had another male show up to help also.
Halfway through the move the other helper says he has to stop. Reveals he's been to the ER for heart issues twice in the last 3 months. Moving a few medium weight cardboard boxes, his heart was racing again.
Decently fit 35 year old male. Is a public school teacher so of course has had all the boosters.
I asked as respectfully as I could even though I knew the answers. No, he had never had a heart problem before.
Here's the kicker. He said he didn't have a heart problem after he got covid the first time early on. Didn't have it immediately after the vaccine.
He got covid 3 months ago, and said it was severe. That's when his heart problems started. He thinks it was the second covid that gave him the heart problem..
He asked how I've handled it and I said I've been lucky enough not to have it. Our mutual friend added "and he's not even vaccinated!". The heart problem guy just got quiet and shrugged and moved to a new subject.
You run into situations like this 35 yr old man that you met, and it's hard not to be sympathetic on the one hand, and thinking they should have known better on the other.
I guess I would say that even if they were fooled initially into taking the vaxx, it's hard to excuse them for failing to see the true situation now. If they believe in long Covid, or whatever other excuse the system is pushing, and don't blame the vaxx, then they are willfully ignorant, and are bringing any negative consequences onto their own heads with no one else to blame.