March 9, 2022
This blogger tries to be understanding and empathetic. A lot of souls around the globe contact us every day with all kinds of questions about the injections and COVID dystopia in general. But a breaking point was reached last week, when the eighth or ninth Aussie wrote and asked something to the effect of “I have to get the jab for work. Is Novavax safer than the others?” The frustration spilled over in a tweet.
The biggest red flag with the Novavax injections (aka Nuvaxovid, Covovax and NVX-CoV2373) is that the company is based in Maryland. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) still has not approved the company’s emergency use authorization request for domestic use. It doesn’t help that Senate Republicans, in the absence of post-injection stroke Democrat Ben Luján, passed a resolution last week, 48-47, to end the so-called COVID-19 emergency. President Joe Biden said he would veto the bill in the unlikely event it got through the House of Representatives.
Meanwhile Indonesia was the first country to authorize Novavax for emergency use in November. The Philippines followed suit shortly thereafter. The European Union authorized it in December. Australia, India, South Korea and the United Kingdom have also authorized the shots for emergency use. The Bill Gates-owned Gavi Vaccine Alliance bought 350 million doses of Novavax to distribute in “lower-income economies.”
This blogger often spells it “Novovax,” in a play on de novo review of court cases by appellate judges. Experimental injections are going to…”experimental injection.” But an alleged dedicated fan base believes Novavax is the safest, most effective, and “coolest vaccine” of them all.
What’s different about the Novavax injections?
Remember all the nauseating #PfizerGang and #TeamModerna hashtags? Novavax is no different. But mainstream media are artificially enhancing the propaganda. Fortune magazine wrote about “Novastans” in January. They quoted a few random Reddit and Twitter users who are “devoted followers” of the newest experimental injection. Fortune goes on to say that Novavax will solve the “anti-vax crisis.” But in real life, there’s very little activity on Twitter with the #Novastans hashtag, singular or plural. And there’s only 2,700 members in the Novavax sub-Reddit.
Novavax is a “sub-unit protein vaccine.” That means it delivers spike proteins from the Moderna-patented SARS-CoV-2 virus into humans without genetic instructions, like all the other injections, according to the company’s marketing campaigns. Some people are branding Novavax as a “more traditional” vaccine since it is similar to other shots that people are accustomed to, like the HPV injections. But that doesn’t seem altogether true.
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Novavax scientists introduced SARS-CoV-2 spike protein DNA to a baculovirus – an insect virus. These viruses have never made human beings sick in the past. The spike protein DNA/baculovirus combo was then introduced to insect cells to cause an immune response. The insect cells then create the RNA that then makes copies of the spike proteins. Researchers then collect those spikes and place them on nanoparticles that the human immune system recognizes as viruses. That’s what is injected into humans. But you still need something to trigger the immune response.
Novavax uses saponin as the adjuvant that activates the immune response. Saponin is essentially soap that comes from an evergreen tree in South America called Quillaja saponaria. Thus the immune system activates because there is soap inside your body. It sounds very much like a viral vector DNA injection to this blogger, except with insect virus instead of Adenovirus. But we’ll leave all the fancy terminology (“protein sub-unit vaccine”) to the scientists. What we know for certain is that Novavax is an experimental injection and is already making people sick.
Aussies reporting Novavax adverse reactions
First, hats off to Jab Injuries Global for breaking these stories. They are doing noble, important work over there.
The Phase I and II clinical trials for Novavax were conducted on Australians. Aussies are also now the guinea pigs for Novavax booster shots. They’ve had front-row seats for this Novavax propaganda from the very beginning. It’s no surprise that they are the first to start reporting adverse reactions to Novavax injections.
Tremors, chest pains, and heart palpitations
We tried reaching out to this 42-year-old mother and wife from Adelaide to get more information about her. But she has not responded as of publishing. This woman, who we’ll refer to as Tasha based on her Instagram handle, received her first Novavax injection on February 21.
She received the shot due to the jab or job decision. Tasha described a “hot gushing feeling down [her] throat which tasted metallic” as she sat in the post-injection waiting room. They sent her home after 30 minutes.
Four hours later, she reported a “deep throbbing headache.” She woke up the next day with a fever. But Tasha could not miss work due to some sort of recognition event. The next day, February 23, she experienced “the worst chest pain, it felt like a tens machine zapping my chest.” She went to the hospital later that day, and received a familiar diagnosis. Doctor chalked it up to “anxiety.” The electric zap feeling spread to her head later that night. She was also sweating profusely at this point. The next day, she was “white as a ghost” and went to a pop-up urgent care facility. That’s when the full-body tremors, a la Shawn Skelton Syndrome, started.
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Tasha decided to go home that night instead of the hospital because she did not “want to deal with them” again. The next day, she went to a different hospital. Doctors asked her if she had an injection. They told her they know what to do with Pfizer and Moderna adverse reactions (which is a lie), but don’t know anything about Novavax adverse reactions. Doctors, again, insinuated that it was all in her head. By March 1, Tasha was completely bedridden. And once again, doctors simply told her to “wait 5 or 6 weeks” before receiving the second injection.
Tasha has itchy gums and eyes, declining cognitive abilities, and noise and light sensitivity, in addition to the tremors and chest pain. She’s trying a bunch of naturopathic treatments in hopes of “detoxifying” her body.
“I’m not touching [anymore vaccines],” she said while crying in a 13-minute Instagram video on Monday. “It sucks, it really sucks. I thought I was doing the right thing. I’m definitely not anti-v.”
Lee-Anne Barnett: Itchy rash, paralysis and cognitive issues
Mrs. Barnett is a 45-year-old Adelaide mother and wife with pre-existing heart problems. The injection was required for her teaching job. She also wasn’t allowed to see her doctor without the injections. Mrs. Barnett waited until Novavax became available because her research concluded that Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca cause heart problems and blood clots.
She received her first Novavax injection on February 18. She immediately experienced the same “metallic taste down the throat” reaction that Tasha experienced. Other than a sore arm, she was fine for the next seven days. But on February 26, she woke up with a rash on both of her thighs. Early the next morning, the rash had spread to her entire legs and was very itchy. The next day, the itching felt like a “radiating” pain; and she was sweating profusely. Mrs. Barnett called her doctor. But he told her the rash was not a Novavax adverse reaction. He prescribed steroids for the rash.
Mrs. Barnett went straight to a pharmacist the next day, desperate for any help. Now she was reporting “yellow liquid” coming from her eyes. She again got the runaround at another hospital, and was sent home with steroids. Her only relief has been filling her bathtub with ice water, and sitting in it. By March 2, she reported diminishing cognitive abilities and partial paralysis on the right side of her body. Mrs. Barnett said she couldn’t remember her son’s name and that “I feel like I’m getting dementia.”
Doctors told her to take AstraZeneca for the second shot.
Chiara Clowes: ovarian cyst
Mrs. Chiara Clowes just turned 30 in 2021 and has lived a healthy lifestyle. She’s from Italy, but has worked in Perth for the last nine years. She was not mandated by her employer to receive the injection. Mrs. Clowes wanted to travel to see her family.
She received her first Novavax injection on February 17. It immediately felt like “someone punched [my] arm.” The next day, she experienced breathing difficulty, chest pain and extreme fatigue. Brain fog and cognitive issues came later that night. That evening she woke up with extreme chest pain. Doctors ran a battery of tests. But everything came back clear. They did, however, acknowledge that Mr. Clowes was experiencing “chest pain post-Novavax.” She went to her regular the next day, only to be told a Novavax reaction was “impossible.”
Doctors found an ovarian cyst on February 24. She now has appointments with gynecologists in the near future.
Drops in the bucket
These stories are only going to increase as the year elapses. We’re already seeing a lot of reports that sound very similar to the three ladies above, except these people are in pro-Novavax forums and do not want to be overly-negative about the Holy Sacrament.
Pfizer-owned Reuters has been publishing anti-Novavax stories, as it senses some competition in the global vaccine racket. There is no COVID-19 “emergency.” Despite that truth, Novavax is very likely to receive emergency use authorization from the FDA in the next couple months.
Please do not write The COVID Blog™ asking if Novavax is safe. If you’re cool with injecting insect virus vectors and SARS-CoV-2 spike proteins into your body, then knock yourselves out. You’re sure to get 15-minutes of social media clout out of the deal, and not much else.
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