Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson has posted on Twitter some stories of people who have suffered severe adverse reactions to the vaccine against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus, wanting to give visibility to this problem, especially because the victims are neglected and ignored.

“All they are asking for is the chance to be seen, heard and believed. They were first in line to get the vaccine, even participating in clinical trials. But now they say the medical community has turned their back on them after adverse reactions,” wrote the Senator on Tuesday, June 29, along with a rumble video uploaded to his own account, with some first-person accounts of the adverse effects of having been inoculated with the experimental vaccine.

Previously, on June 28, the senator released a disturbing video of a press conference that same day he organized with several families, showing a mother recounting her 12-year-old daughter’s adverse reactions to the CCP Virus vaccine.

Maddie de Garay, a 12-year-old girl from Cincinnati, Ohio, was hospitalized several times after receiving her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. She participated in a clinical trial from December 2020 through January 2021.

“Doctors even wanted to put her in a mental hospital saying her symptoms were caused by anxiety,” denounced Senator Johnson.

The testimony of Stephanie, the girl’s mother states:

“On January 20th, Maddie received her second dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccine as a participant in the clinical trial for 12 -and -15-year-olds. Stephanie said. “All three of our kids volunteered and were excited to participate in the trial as a way to help us all return to normal life. My husband works in the medical field and I have a degree in electrical engineering. We are pro-vaccine and pro-science — which is why we agreed to let Maddie and her two older brothers volunteer for the trial.”

“She had painful electrical shocks down her neck and spine that forced her to walk hunched over,” Stephanie said. “She had extreme pain in her fingers and toes, and it actually made them turn white, and they were cold whenever you touched them,” she added.

This video was quickly censored by Twitter, which blocked users from interacting with the post and added the following message: This tweet is misleading. Find out why health officials believe COVID-19 vaccines are safe for most people.”

The Federalist contacted the senator to get his thoughts on this censorship and perhaps because the news became fairly well known, by the time this article was published, the tweet no longer had that caption and was no longer blocked.

Senator Johnson told The Federalist that this is another example of Big Tech “censoring the truth.”

“Why can’t Twitter handle the truth? These stories deserve to be seen, heard, and taken seriously,” Johnson said. “The internet could have been a force for good in disseminating useful information between doctors during the pandemic. Instead, Big Tech censors information on early treatment and has now sunk so low that they censor the true stories of sick people who need help.”

“Big Tech continues to arrogantly suppress the free exchange of medical information and lives have been lost as a result,” Johnson said.

Victims

Many people injured after being inoculated with the vaccine against the CCP Virus (COVID-19) who are now suffering from blood clots and other adverse reactions are demanding compensation from the U.S. government, as the manufacturers have already been granted immunity from liability, Bloomberg reported on May 3.

Most countries have adjusted their legislation to protect experimental trials and the Big Pharma industry, leaving those affected helpless.

According to data from VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System), the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, so far the number of reported deaths and injuries totals 387,087 cases, with 6,113 vaccine-associated deaths and 5,172 cases of permanent disability.

Every Friday, VAERS makes public the vaccine injury reports received by the system as of Friday of the previous week.