Despite his kindergarten-aged son’s warnings against COVID-19 “vaccines,” a 53-year-old musician decided to take the shot and eventually died.
A post on Mr. Jeff Kimpland’s Facebook showed that he took the experimental Johnson & Johnson viral vector shot on or around April 13. He also mentioned that the Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration had temporarily halted J&J shots owing to blood clots in the same post.
“Don’t get J&J daddy,” Mr. Kimpland then ended his post by repeating something his six-year-old son had said to him.
On June 6, Mr. Kimpland put the banner “I got my COVID-19 vaccine” to his profile photo. Then nine days later, on June 15, he made his last Facebook post.
One friend commented Mr. Kimpland already had COVID-19, so he did not need the experimental injection. However, Mr. Kimpland claims that natural immunity only lasts 90 days.
Unfortunately for Kimpland, several studies have demonstrated that natural immunity is both real and effective, but the information is not readily available.
Mr. Kimpland emphasized the mainstream media’s deception that only “six people out of seven million” developed blood clots due to the J&J vaccine.
All of Mr. Kimpland’s knowledge about COVID-19 and the so-called “vaccines” came from television and Fauci. He didn’t look for information anywhere else.
He died at his home in Dewitt, New York, on June 19, leaving behind two boys.
Johnson & Johnson’s Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus or COVID-19 vaccination program is being paused under a U.S. health officials’ recommendation made on Tuesday, April 13.
Officials told reporters in a call that 7.2 million doses of the J&J vaccine had been administered in the United States as of April 13. Six cases, all women, suffered a rare and severe form of clot called cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST) combined with low blood platelet levels.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), one of the patients died, and another is in critical condition in the hospital. The patients, who range in age from 18 to 48, developed symptoms 6-13 days after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The pause, according to White House officials, would not affect the government’s vaccination schedule.
The White House said that the Johnson & Johnson appointments were being rescheduled around the country to obtain the other two approved vaccines. There is enough supply of Pfizer and Moderna shots to meet President Joe Biden’s target of administering 200 million shots during his first 100 days in office.