May 4, 2021
HIBBING, MINNESOTA — A 57-year-old trucker and avid fisherman is dead in one of the more heartbreaking stories we’ve covered on this blog.
Mr. John Medved received the experimental Johnson & Johnson viral vector shot on April 1, according to his daughter, Mrs. Rachel Weise. Twelve days later, Mr. Medved was in the emergency room due to extreme shortness of breath. Doctors diagnosed him with a pulmonary embolism, aka blood clots in his lungs.
He was placed on a ventilator and in a medically-induced coma the next day as his condition rapidly deteriorated. Doctors then discovered that Mr. Medved had a stroke that damaged the entire left side of his brain. The doctor told Rachel that it was the worst stroke he’d seen in his career. The family conceded that their beloved father, brother and friend was brain dead. He was taken off life support and passed away on April 22.
Mrs. Weise is, understandably, having a very difficult time dealing with her father’s death. She tried to convince him not to get the shot, to no avail. But at least Mrs. Weise is not going to let her father die in vain. She is warning everyone she knows about the dangers of these experimental shots and citing the laws that provide immunity to mRNA and viral vector manufacturers.
Several other family members are also using their platforms to attempt saving others from these experimental shots.
Mr. Medved is survived by his parents, four children, several grandchildren, and nine siblings. The funeral service is Monday, May 10 in Coleraine, Minnesota.
Please pray for this family
Mrs. Weise is not the typical family member we’ve covered on this blog. Many victims and families of victims still encourage others to get these shots after deaths and severe adverse reactions. Not Mrs. Weise and family. They are warning as many people as possible to stay away from these experimental shots. Their efforts won’t bring Mr. Medved back. But perhaps other “stubborn” men as Rachel called her father will see themselves in Mr. Medved and avoid these lethal injections.
People typically need to see someone that looks like them for these stories to resonate. If you’re trying to educate a 50-something white man, show them this story. Show black women in their 50s and 60s the stories of Drene Keyes and Karen Hudson-Samuels. College students and young people under-30 are best educated by the stories of John Francis Foley, Joshimar Henry, Sara Stickles or Desirée Penrod. These shots do not discriminate. They are equal opportunity killers. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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