Justin Bieber recently made headlines after posting a video chronicling his recent health struggles. Through a lopsided grimace, the famous pop star revealed he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Known medically as herpes zoster oticus, this rare disease is related to the chickenpox virus. Symptoms include vertigo, rashes, muscle weakness, ear pain, deafness, and isolated paralysis. Those afflicted can sustain permanent nerve damage. According to doctors, the debilitating injury occurs when a shingles outbreak affects facial muscles. However, some researchers believe the condition is linked to COVID-19 vaccinations.
Inoculation-Induced Facial Paralysis
Court-ordered Pfizer documents present concerning findings regarding coronavirus vaccines. During the manufacturer’s clinical trials, physicians noticed test subjects experienced a plethora of complications. A dossier labeled 5.3.6 CUMULATIVE ANALYSIS OF POST-AUTHORIZATION ADVERSE EVENT REPORTS OF PF-07302048 (BNT162B2) RECEIVED THROUGH 28-FEB-2021, describes recipients experiencing various inoculation-induced maladies. One reaction listed is facial paralysis which affected 449 volunteers. Nearly 50% did not recover despite receiving treatment. The report states an additional 501 participants developed neurological disorders. Immunized individuals developing identical ailments are also described in the federal VAERS database: Continue reading