'I'm Desperate to Get out of Bed and Be Normal Again,' Nurse Pleads After Pfizer Jab

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"I was single, 37 and on top of the world in the best physical shape of my life as an athlete," wrote Meghan, a nurse who worked in the COVID ICU ward since Day One of the pandemic. Now Meghan can't work, drive or even walk well, all because of the Pfizer jab.

Thirty minutes after receiving the first Pfizer shot, Meghan's face went numb, then became paralyzed. By that evening, she had a 105-degree fever, extreme body pain and tremors.

Over the next two weeks, Meghan's body revolted. The fever remained, as did the facial paralysis and pain. But new symptoms set in: severe and constant hypotension (dangerously low blood pressure), syncope (the inability of the heart to properly regulate its beating pattern) as well as severe brain fog.

Meghan's hands and feet began to swell and turn blue, becoming too painful to move or use. As her hands and feet continued to swell, painful blisters formed. Her rheumatologist diagnosed her formally with "perniosis," a dangerous autoimmune disorder, before telling her what doctors have begun calling this symptom—"COVID toes."

Eight months have passed since she received the shot, but Meghan's symptoms have worsened. The burning blisters that began on her hands and feet have spread throughout her body. She no longer has use of her hands and worries that the numbness she experiences there will spread throughout her body as the blisters did. And her mental cognition has declined to the point where Meghan says she has great difficulty forming full sentences or even "finding words."

"I'm desperate to get out of bed and be normal again," she writes. "I need to be heard. I need help."

We continue to receive desperate calls and emails from literally thousands of people—pleading for help.

Liberty Counsel has filed lawsuits against Maine, New York and several major hospitals within those states. Our plaintiffs in these cases are health care workers who not only work the front lines of the pandemic, but they are now helping people injured by the COVID shots.

The thousands of health care workers we represent have seen firsthand the damage caused by these shots. Now they are being forced to take the same shots that are injuring their patients, or end the career they love. These health care heroes should not be treated this way. It is completely wrong.

In Maine and New York, the mandates require those without the shots to be fired. And now those very same hospitals and health care facilities are finding themselves short staffed. After Sept. 4, 2021, Lewis County General Hospital in upstate New York paused its intake of mothers about to give birth because the hospital no longer has enough employees to safely operate its maternity ward as so many nurses had resigned or been fired for exercising their right to refuse the jabs.

In fact, many hospitals are now severely short staffed as a result of the mandate Biden announced. He will be sending military health care professionals to at least six states, but that is like putting your finger in a bathtub to raise the water level.

Our phones continue to ring off the hook with desperate calls for help against Biden's insane shot mandates and unlawful attempts to deny religious exemptions. We've added over 100 affiliate attorneys to assist us in this fight for freedom, even as we continue to defend religious freedom in all of our other cases before the courts.

We will not stop fighting until religious freedom is restored throughout our land. Please also continue to be in prayer for our nation (see 2 Chron. 7:14).

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