Suzanne Gazda, MD: Vast majority of her patients got significantly worse after the shots
She's a neurologist with 4,000 patients. Most were vaccinated with the COVID vaccine. The majority of those vaxxed got significantly worse after getting the shot.
You can’t have the vast majority of your 4,000 patients get significantly worse after a “safe and effective” intervention.
That’s not safe.
The COVID vaccine should never have been approved.
Watch this video I took of her today:
In fact, the damage to your brain from the COVID vaccine is quantifiable in a $600 MRI test. It’s called the NeuroQuant test and I just found out about it today. It takes just 8 minutes in an MRI machine and gives more information than an MRI.
You can prove to yourself that the vaccine causes damage easily. You scan someone before they get the vaccine and then again 2 days later.
Of course, nobody wants to do this study. Nobody wants to know the truth. So we don’t know the percentages.
But we know this damage happens because too many people are getting significantly worse after vaccination. We have a mechanism of action. And, most importantly, in autopsies, we can see the damage inside the brain that has the vaccine’s fingerprints in the brain.
No vaccine should damage anyone’s brain. Period. Since when is this “safe”??
After listening to her keynote talk on Alzheimer’s at the FLCCC conference today, here are the questions I think each of us should ask ourselves:
Why would you take a vaccine which makes you more likely to get COVID, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease (among others)?
Why would you take a vaccine which, when it works as designed, makes you more likely to be hospitalized and die (increase all-cause hospitalization and death)?
Why would you take a vaccine where you can objectively measure the permanent damage to the brain that happens within 2 days of the shot?
Why would you consider taking a vaccine which you know causes brain injury where the doctors can’t even tell you an accurate number for the chance of significant injury because they’ve never measured it?
Of course, the damage doesn’t happen to everyone who gets the shots. This is because the quality control of the vaccine is so poor that many people get “duds.” So if you don’t get a “dud” shot, what are the chances you’ll have a clinically significant brain injury? Nobody knows, but I’d estimate it is happening in at least 5% of people who have been vaccinated.
Are you feeling lucky?
Do you want to do the NeuroQuant study?
If you want to do the study to quantify the amount of brain injury in patients taking the vaccine, please contact me. I’ll fund it since the NIH won’t.
And I’m sure all the top medical journals will want to publish it, won’t they? ;)
It took me almost two years to find a neurologist who was not afraid of retribution and who was willing to speak out publicly.
There is now absolutely no doubt that the COVID vaccine causes irreversible brain damage that is objectively measurable with a $600 specialized MRI test. It’s not in all patients. But it shouldn’t be happening in any patients.
What is very troubling is there is no study of people taking a NeuroQuant test before and after taking the vaccine. Is this damage happening in 5% of patients? 40%? 90%? And how significant is the damage?
The world needs to know the harms their governments have done to them. I’m going to make a prediction: people will not be happy when they find out.
And they also won’t be happy that their governments weren’t even interested enough in their health to fund the research to find out.
Hmmm, could this be why:
Rushed, guaranteed to succeed, corruptly tested, experimental injection? ✓
That killed and maimed well-over a thousand people during the severely abbreviated trial phase? ✓
And also caused 23 spontaneous abortions and 75 serious clinical events from 270 expectant mothers during said trial? ✓
Using a highly dangerous mRNA tech that in the past killed every mouse with ADE? ✓
A tech previously untested on humans, the emergency usage of which upended over a century of vaccine safety and efficacy research? ✓
For a virus far less deadly than the lockdowns themselves? ✓
Also less deadly than the flu - which conveniently went AWOL when COVID hit the scene? ✓
For a (cold) virus they’ve been unable to cure after over a century of trying? ✓
But somehow all of a sudden, the criminal pharmaceutical companies - notorious for rampant felonious trial fraud - figured it out in less than a year? ✓
And then went on to manufacture billions of quality assured, safe and effective doses at record speed which were then lawfully distributed by the US military? ✓
People actually bought into this on a grand scale, and voluntarily injected this poison? ✓
Extended version with inline references here: https://tritorch.com/doormat
Episode 10 of Health Freedom for Humanity’s newest podcast series, Voices of The Victims.
This episode features Laura Kaczmarski, a recent widow who shares the story of her late husband who received one of the CVD shots.
Nov 24, 2021
TRANSCRIBER'S NOTE: As of May 2023 the webpage of Health Freedom for Humanity is down, however, I managed to view the video of this podcast via archive.org's Way Back Machine. The hosts are Alec Zeck and Dr. Devin Vrana. https://www.devinvrana.com/
For more about Alec Zeck, a West Point graduate and medical freedom activist, see his interview by Dr. Stanton Hom, episode 076:https://thefuturegen.com/podcast/episode-076-alec-zeck-be-free/
TRANSCRIPT - EXCERPT
ALEC ZECK: So I want to start with, prior to, prior to him receiving the first dose, where you both were at in your life, where was his health level, and what were your perceptions of everything going on in the world?
LAURA KACZMARSKI: We're both retired, my husband and I were both retired, and we would just spend our days together. Last October we rescued a dog and we would walk the dog and just, we would just, we just would sit together and spend time together. I would do a lot of research and stuff on the computer, I spent like a lot of time on the computer, and my husband would watch a lot of TV. And then he always wanted me to sit with him and then you know we would hold hands, you know, he, I'd be sitting in the chair and he'd be sitting on the couch, and there was an end table between us, and we would always hold hands and just talk and have conversations about current events.
And I would go on and on about the vaccine, and how he shouldn't get it because I wasn't going to get it, and you know, to him I'm like, I was a conspiracy person. And he, he believed what the government was telling him. He believed, like, well, not the government but Fauci, what Fauci was saying, what the news channels were saying, that you have to get the vaccine, and the more people that get the vaccine, the better you're going to be, and — [sighs]
We were just in a really good place, just enjoying the retirement, enjoying being together, enjoying the new dog, just, just enjoying life.
He was, he was, he was a, he was sharp, he was, he was just wonderful. And then he decided he would go along and get the vaccine.
And he waited for the Moderna vaccine, based on his niece who works for a doctor at the Cleveland Clinic, based on her recommendation. So he waited. And that vaccine became available in March. He got the first injection on March 26th. And immediately, he started sleeping more, immediately.
And then on April 23rd he got the second injection. But his cognitive abilities immediately changed. Within the first 30 days he was, he was sleeping constantly, I mean, it was like up to 18 hours. And I'm like, Jeez! And then after the second shot, he started sleeping up to 22 hours.
And his cognitive abilities were just plummeting. It's like, he couldn't remember anything that he wanted to say, and he kept asking me, what the words were that he wanted to say. So, because he couldn't even have a conversation, he couldn't complete a sentence without forgetting what he needed to say, what he wanted to say.
And I would get frustrated because, I, it's like, I just didn't understand what was going on. And then he just started sleeping more. And all he would do is sleep.
And he had a problem with his one knee and he thought that he needed a knee replacement surgery. It's like he blew every little ache, every little pain out of proportion, something that he hadn't done in the past. So we got him an appointment with an orthopedist. He went to the orthopedist, and the orthopedist said there's nothing— [Alec Zeck's live image disappears from screen] Are you there?
ALEC ZECK: Yeah. Sorry, keep going.
LAURA KACZMARSKI: OK.
ALEC ZECK: I'm sorry, I don't know why.
LAURA KACZMARSKI: OK, there you are. And so the orthopedist says that it looked more like a neurological problem. And that was in June. So we immediately made an appointment to see his primary care physician.
When his primary care physician saw him, he was literally in a state of shock. Because my husband was, he weighed like 200 pounds in April. And by the time we took him to see his primary care physician, had lost over 40 pounds. So he went from a size 40 and now he was like a size 36. His clothes were falling off him. His face, it's like, it's like he had no life in his face. He wasn't joking. He was always the jokester. He wasn't joking anymore.
So the doctor immediately started scheduling blood work and head scans and brain scans, and and referred him to a neurologist to to rule out Parkinson's. Because he had a tremor in his hand which was, well, both hands, I mean he used to have a tremor, just a slight tremor that wasn't even noticeable, but after his second injection both of his hands had severe tremors. And he could barely walk. I had to out him in a wheelchair once we got to the doctor's office to wheel him up to see the doctor because he could barely walk. He couldn't walk more than like 15 feet without having to sit down and and take a rest.
So he went for the head scans and the brain scans and the blood work, and all of that came back normal. Everything came back normal for a person his age. There was no abnormalaties in the brain, nothing.
And then we saw the neurologist. The neurologist scheduled what was called a DAT scan where they inject nuclear medicine into you and that's a, you know, a good way to tell if a person has Parkinson's or if there's any other kind of brain issues going on.
And absolutely everything came back normal.
ALEC ZECK: Hmmm.
LAURA KACZMARSKI: And the neurologist said, I'll just give you a pill for the memory. Because I had documented everything, because I kept notes on everything with the documentation of things that he couldn't remember, I mean, he, just everything. And so the doctor said, Oh, that's a good gauge to keep and let's see if the memory pills work.
We never got the prescription because we knew it wasn't, we knew it wasn't the memory pills you know. A person doesn't go from having fluid conversations, being well aware of everything that's going on around them, and within a couple of months they can't remember anything, they can't walk, they can't think, they can't have a normal conversation, and then all they do is sleep.