18 Year Old University Of Arizona Student Hospitalized After Johnson Johnson Vaccine, As His Mom Is Hospitalized From Pfizer Reaction

Parker Dale is an 18 year old golfer who attends the University of Arizona. He is studying science and is an aspiring lawyer according to his Linked In profile.

Parkers mother Leigh-Ann Dale has stated that Parker was hospitalized May 19 due to a bilateral pulmonary embolism following his Johnson & Johnson covid vaccine.

Parker (on right) had just won a golf tournament in this photo.

In a bizarre twist of fate, Parker’s mother Leigh-Ann, who is only 43, also had a reaction to her Pfizer vaccine and made a couple of trips to the hospital herself. Leigh-Ann had a DVT that broke off into a pulmonary embolism in her right lung. She also ended up with a massive soft tissue infection. Her D-Dimer was 101,630 instead of 0-500.

Leigh-Ann believes her family should be compensated for such traumatizing events. Unfortunately for the Dale family, these vaccines are being given to volunteers only. There is no liability for manufacturers for this unapproved investigational medicine.

They are lucky to be alive, and are more fortunate at this point than many other families who have begun to share their experiences. Hopefully families continue to speak up despite being silenced by social media and mainstream news.

We hope more people take note of families being silenced and the thousands of stories being suppressed. Speaking up is the only way to stop this madness. Your silence, is consent.

11 thoughts on “18 Year Old University Of Arizona Student Hospitalized After Johnson Johnson Vaccine, As His Mom Is Hospitalized From Pfizer Reaction

  1. kelly says:

    Thank you for helping humanity Angela. I’ve been dismissed from Twitter so I won’t be seeing you there!

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  2. ione Mihalko says:

    Dear Angela,

    My tech skills are less than perfect but that’s ok. I will attempt to get on telegram as it cannot be that hard. HA!

    Kelly

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