July 21, 2021
UPDATE August 21, 2021 – Dominique de Silva forced to send doctor’s invoices, proof of sickness to GoFundMe as vaxx trolls continue attacking her
This is just sad. Why these people are doing this to this young woman just shows how vile and evil the mRNA and viral vector DNA zealots truly are. Caveat emptor is real. These people know they poisoned themselves and now have to go down defending their holy sacrament.
Here is one of the high-engagement Twitter posts that sent people to Ms. de Silva’s GoFundMe page in an attempt to report and get it taken down.
The page, however, is still up and running, meaning she satisfied the GoFundMe administrators with her proof. Ms. de Silva posted an update video on TikTok. She, among other things, said that she’s trying to still live a normal life. Apparently the trolls attack her because she doesn’t “look sick” all the time and does her makeup well. Ms. de Silva also posted an Instagram update about her trip to New York for several doctor appointments.
Now that critical thinkers understand what we’re dealing with, those in the USA who are unarmed are not thinking critically enough. This is a cult with very loyal followers who will die for their sacrament and their gods (Fauci, Gates, Biden, et al). Stay strong Ms. de Silva. Your voice is very important.
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA — A North Carolina real estate agent concedes that her life is unlikely to ever be the same despite many Instagram users not believing her story. Meanwhile we’re learning the name of yet another neurological disorder.
Mrs. Dominique de Silva received one of the experimental injections against COVID-19 on March 18, according to her Instagram page. She received the injection in Las Vegas. Several people have asked Mrs. de Silva to clarify which injection she received. But she has not done so.
Nearly 550,000 doses of Pfizer and Moderna had been administered in Nevada as of March 10, according to the Associated Press. The Johnson & Johnson viral vector DNA shot had just been authorized for emergency use on February 27. Clark County, where Las Vegas is located, began administering 24,000 doses of J&J on March 9. Governor Steve Sisolak received his J&J injection on March 11. Mrs. De Silva said this about her injection:
“[I] made the decision to get my vax before I left Las Vegas to move back to my home state of North Carolina because I wanted to play it safe and make sure those around me weren’t in harms way.
Based on all the foregoing, we’re going to guess she got the “one-and-done” J&J shot. Regardless, it doesn’t really matter as all of them are equally dangerous and poisonous.
Making sense of Dominique
We read every post and nearly every comment on Mrs. de Silva’s Facebook and Instagram since March. She moved to Las Vegas from North Carolina in 2012 at the age of 21. Mrs. de Silva said she was naive, depressed, had low-esteem and let people walk all over her at that time. She became what appears to be a successful and passionate real estate agent in Las Vegas. She also reunited with her father who left the family when she was 10. He ended up dying of a heart attack shortly after their reunion.
Mrs. de Silva speaks very highly of Las Vegas. She credits the city for transforming her from a little girl to a grown, successful woman. But her run in Vegas ended on March 18 when she moved back to her home state of North Carolina with her fiancé. This is also the day she received the experimental injection.
Her life seemed pretty normal and charmed from there. Mrs. de Silva got married sometime around May 16 and was trucking along in her full-circle life back to the East Coast. But she was noticeably silent from social media from March 19 to May 10. She also disappeared from Instagram from May 29 to July 9. That’s when she started explaining what was happening.
World flipped upside down
Mrs. de Silva suffered adverse effects from the experimental injection within a week. She spoke of general malaise as soon as she landed in North Carolina. But she dismissed it as jet lag. Extreme leg pain, short-term memory loss and visual impairment followed two weeks later.
An emergency room doctor diagnosed her condition as a “dystonic storm.” In other words, she had Shawn Skelton Syndrome. “The day that I heard these words (dystonia) is the day my life shattered right before my eyes,” she said. The July 9 Instagram post is lengthy. But it ends with Mrs. de Silva conceding that her life is never going to be the same.
Mrs. de Silva posted another lengthy update on July 12. She defiantly spoke of how doctors are not always right. More symptoms, such as brain fog, chronic fatigue, migraines and hair loss to the point that she now wears hair pieces were also described.
Mrs. de Silva initially got the same treatment that most everyone we’ve covered on this blog got/gets from the medical establishment. Doctors told her she was fine, that it was all in her head, and that she just needed more rest. Keep in mind she had a pre-existing condition known as Hashimoto’s disease before she got the injection. She announced this to the world in April 2020, long before she received the experimental injection.
No more secrets, lots of skepticism and trolls
Unfortunately a good majority of the population receives all their news and information from mainstream media and big tech. Thus this type of vaccine adverse reaction can look very peculiar. The troll and skeptic comments are everywhere on Mrs. de Silva’s Instagram page.
Only a fool (aka COVID/vaccine zealots) with no critical thinking ability could believe this woman is lying and acting. There is, in fact, a real mental disorder known as Munchausen by Internet. It occurs when medically-well individuals fake recognized illnesses in virtual environments, according to the Journal of Medical Internet Research. But she is not on this spectrum, if you will. The study also mentions Munchausen by Internet trolling.
Mrs. de Silva’s entire life revolves around her career as a real estate agent. Granted she is a Millennial girlie-girl who like Instagram. But there is certainly nothing abnormal about that. At least 75% of her Facebook and Instagram posts have something to do with her job. There is no benefit whatsoever to her faking vaccine adverse reactions.
She simply has nothing to gain from faking this. Further, there are numerous others suffering the exact same adverse reactions. Except now we’re learning it has several different names. This is the first time we’ve heard the term dystonia in seven months being online.
Damage is done
A 2012 study by University of Leicester researchers found that people with disabilities are four times more likely to commit suicide than the rest of the population. It’s one thing to be born with disabilities. That is the only life those individuals ever know. But sudden, dramatic changes for the worst in day-to-day life are difficult for anyone.
Mrs. de Silva knew her life was different and naturally did not want to talk about it with anyone. That is why her life looked normal on her social media timelines. Call it temporary denial. Now she and many others similarly situated must adjust from what was a productive existence to being dependent on others, likely for the most routine things.
The medical industry is not going to help any of these victims. These injections are working exactly how they were meant – to murder and maim. Vaccine-injured individuals with strong support groups have the best chance of salvaging life for as long as it lasts. There are treatment to mitigate these reactions. But these conditions are irreversible once the plunger is pushed. Unfortunately there are tens of thousands that we’ll never hear about who will simply disappear.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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