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Fully vaccinated senator dies from covid19 (www.cbc.ca) ☭ ChinaVirus ☣︎
posted ago by Ontarian ago by Ontarian +13 / -2
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evenbiggerchubbys 10 points ago +10 / -0

The jab probably got her already compromised immune system to attack her own organs.

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deleted 4 points ago +4 / -0
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Ham_Sandwich77 4 points ago +7 / -3

How bummed are the CBC that he was vaccinated?

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Urallfucked -5 points ago +2 / -7

Are you all fucking idiots? "Her office said Tuesday she had struggled for 15 years with an autoimmune disease affecting her lungs"

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Ontarian [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

But the vaccine was supposed to protect these people (and the elderly).

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Riggs99 3 points ago +3 / -0

She 'struggled' with a disease for 15 years, i.e. lived with it and was able to do a high powered job.

Gets shot that is 100% supposed to provide immunity - and dies soon after. (as of 6 months ago thats how it was sold - and the definition of a vaxx is it provides immunity - so if this shot doesnt do that - it is not actually a vaxx)

How did they know she has covid? was it the PCR test that the CDC is going to stop using in Dec because.....it cannot differentiate between Covid and a flu? the one Fauci himself/herself admitted in an interview gives many false positives? That test?

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Urallfucked -3 points ago +1 / -4

We already know prexisting conditions make covid worse. This isn't the gotchya moment you think it is. You don't know how it would have gone down if he had no immunity at all to it - it probably added to his life span.

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Ontarian [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

read the actual article: it's "her" not "his".

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tuchodi -7 points ago +3 / -10

The vaccines aren't a 100% guarantee of invulnerability, and she had a respiratory illness to begin with.

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DoggyDawg 3 points ago +3 / -0

So we’re kind of back to square one then, right? Covid has the potential to be a lot more serious if you have a comorbidity, like a respiratory illness, to begin with.

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tuchodi -5 points ago +1 / -6

Covid has the potential to be a lot more serious if you have a comorbidity

To you and to the people around you.