There are lots more stories like this. People convinced into thinking they are "going the right thing" and ending up dead or severely injured.
The most recent Facebook post of 39-year-old Brittany Hall Perez of Atlanta on Jan. 12, for example, shows her wearing a mask while holding up a vaccination card with the slogan, “SAVE LIVES. Say Yes to COVID-19 vaccine,” and framing her photo. An obituary for Brittany Hall Perez of Owens Cross Roads, Alabama on Tribute Archive announced the death of the mother of two young girls on Jan. 13, but does not say how she died.
Splattstoesser, a 50-year-old from Grand Island, Neb., whose Facebook page features the motto “The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing” and shows her most recent post on Dec. 31, 2020 with her husband and a heart-shaped logo saying, “I GOT MY COVID-19 VACCINE!”
An anonymous reader contributed the following:
Right With History:
Not conspiracy but history.
Shortly after HealthImpactNews.com was launched in 2011, VaccineImpact.com was added to the Health Impact News network, around the end of 2011 or beginning of 2012.
There was a growing body of research and knowledge combating the misinformation about vaccines that was routinely censored in the corporate media, and some of the main names back then were Barbara Loe Fisher, founder and head of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, DO, Dr. Suzanne Humphries, MD, and Dr. Brian Hooker, PhD.