June 11, 2022
Mrs. Hailey Baldwin Bieber is a model, and the wife of Canadian pop star Justin Bieber. Almost exactly three months ago, Mrs. Bieber, 25, was hospitalized in Palm Springs, California. She told People magazine that she started having “stroke-like symptoms” while eating breakfast on Thursday morning, March 10. Doctors found a blood clot in her brain and diagnosed her with a “mini-stroke.” Blood clots are of course inevitable adverse effects for virtually all mRNA and viral vector DNA injection recipients.
Mrs. Bieber posted a 12-minute YouTube video on April 27 explaining what happened to her. You may watch the entire video here if you wish. But the TL;DR version below is Mrs. Bieber sharing what her “doctors” said as to why she developed a blood clot in the first place. They blamed birth control pills, migraines, so-called COVID-19, and a very long international flight without wearing “compression socks.”
There’s no indisputable evidence showing that Mr. and Mrs. Bieber have received the injections. But rapper Nicki Minaj refused to attend the annual Met Gala, a popular New York fashion event, on September 13, 2021 because it required proof of vaccination. Both Justin and Hailey Bieber attended the event.
Several parents of Justin’s fans have voiced their displeasure with the pop star requiring all attendees of meet-and-greets and other VIP events during his shows to provide proof of vaccination.
Ironically just two days after the foregoing tweet, Mr. Bieber tested positive for so-called COVID-19. His Las Vegas show was cancelled as a result. All that said, especially his positive COVID-19 diagnosis, and her blood clots, is enough evidence to assume both have received the injections.
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Justin Bieber fans have anxiously awaited this current tour since the so-called pandemic commenced in 2020. Bieber’s “Changes World Tour” was cancelled in 2020 due to full execution of the global COVID-19 psy-op. The tour was rebranded to “The Justin Bieber World Tour” for 2021, but was postponed again until 2022 due to inconsistent COVID-19 restrictions across the U.S.
Bieber fans were finally set to see their man this summer. The Justice World Tour kicked off in February and was scheduled to end on March 25, 2023 in Krakau, Poland. Most or all of the venues require proof of vaccination for entry.
But American Bieber fans were thrown another curveball yesterday. Many are not going to see Mr. Bieber this summer; and there’s no guarantee the 28-year-old pop star will recommence this tour at all.
Cancelled tour dates and Ramsay Hunt Syndrome
Mr. Bieber posted a three-minute video on Instagram yesterday. He told his 240 million fans that he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome (RHS), aka herpes zoster oticus. Watch the full video below.
The entire right side of Mr. Bieber’s face is paralyzed because the varicella zoster virus infected the seventh cranial nerve near his right ear. RHS is a “late complication of varicella-zoster virus infection,” which itself is a complication of shingles. At least five of Bieber’s forthcoming shows have been cancelled as a result.
Many are likely comparing what Mr. Bieber is experiencing to the numerous cases of post-injection Bell’s Palsy covered on this blog. However, the primary connection between Bell’s Palsy and herpes zoster oticus (RHS), as far as this blogger is concerned, is that both are included on Pfizer’s April 30, 2021 9-page list of possible adverse reactions to the injections.
Bell’s Palsy is considered by most doctors to be idiopathic, meaning the facial nerve becomes inflamed spontaneously, for no apparent reason (except now with the mRNA injections). Bell’s Palsy is the diagnosis only when all other possibilities are ruled out.
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Thus, Mr. Bieber, based to a 2013 case report by Canadian researchers, likely has a nasty rash (vesicles) inside his right ear, nose and/or mouth if he was diagnosed with RHS and not Bell’s Palsy. Indian researchers, in a 2017 case report, observed vesicles all over a man’s face, along with facial paralysis, that led to the RHS diagnosis versus Bell’s Palsy.
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There is no real consensus as to the prognosis for RHS. A 2016 meta-analysis in the International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology concluded that 70.4% of RHS patients recovered completely from facial paralysis if treated early with anti-virals and steroids. An August 2001 paper in the BMJ Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry concluded that RHS patients are “less likely to recover completely” than Bell’s Palsy patients.
In other words, scientists across the globe are making educated guesses as to the prognosis for RHS. Steroids and anti-virals appear to be the go-to treatments. But there is no way of knowing right now whether or not Mr. Bieber will ever be 100% normal again.
Everything but the injections
Mrs. Julie Ann Nobles is the capstone case for post-injection Bell’s Palsy. She received her first Moderna mRNA injection on May 13, 2021. The adverse effects were immediate, including convulsions, strokes and facial paralysis.
One year later, she and her husband, Ben Nobles, posted a new Facebook video on May 13, 2022. Mrs. Nobles still fears she may die any day. She wears some sort of device a doctor in Illinois invented that helps stop the convulsions. Mrs. Nobles also still has very visible facial paralysis. It may be the norm for the rest of her life. But at least she acknowledges what caused all her perpetual medical issues.
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This article has the first mentions of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and herpes zoster oticus on this blog. Unfortunately Mr. and Mrs. Bieber refuse to connect the dots between her blood clots and stroke, and his potentially debilitating RHS. Both of them have also had so-called COVID at least once this year despite receiving at least two injections apiece. Mr. Bieber forced his fans to join the vaxx cult just for the privilege of paying $1,000+ to see him. You reap what you sow.
Celine Dion’s singing career is over because of the injections. She continues using the word “postpone” with her shows. But she’ll never perform again. Wendy Williams will never do another talk show again. Ray Liotta and Bob Saget are dead. Chelsea Handler and Heather McDonald are on the clock. It just shows that these celebrities have money, but no real power or ability to discern. They could easily afford fake vaccine cards and still live normal lives. But these people actually wanted the shots, yearned the shots, enjoy the shots.
Justin Bieber has the most expensive doctors in the world looking after him. But nobody really knows how RHS effects people individually in the long or short terms, particularly when caused by experimental gene therapy injections. We’ll check back in a few months.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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