A courageous woman, Julie Noble, began to publicly share her journey after her Moderna shot. Julie and her husband Ben have made a few videos to share with the public and I must warn you, Julie’s journey may reduce you to tears but it will also give you glimpses of hope.
Julie appears to remain incredibly optimistic about her experience and seems deeply rooted in her faith. Her husband Ben, is an example of what a loving husband and father should be, as they navigate such a difficult road together. The support system Julie has, is admirable.
Ben Nobles, has done a wonderful job keeping us all up to date on his wife Julie. From ER visits to testing and videos that show both progress and setbacks, their journey is one to share to raise awareness of possible outcomes from these experimental “vaccines” that are still in trials.
Although many cases of Bells Palsy have been reported to vaers, it is well known that very few reactions are actually reported to that system. It is difficult to navigate, the page times out, and many reactions have now been normalized on behalf of the CDC and manufacturer’s marketing campaigns.
In fact, there are people who have been so conditioned that they worry because they did not have an immediate reaction. Instead of viewing a reaction as a their body rejecting toxic chemicals, they have been led to believe that their immune system may not be working right because they didn’t have a rash, swelling, seizures, paralysis, etc. after their shot.
What we don’t know, is if placebos were given and if so, how many. Because these are still trials, there should have been a percentage of people who did receive placebos.
It is fair to say that the “it means it’s working” portion of the pharma marketing campaign, was a success for those paranoid about having no immediate side effects. Unfortunately, not all side effects are immediate and many autoimmune disorders could be dismissed as being related to this unapproved investigational medicine.
We do hope Julie makes a full recovery and that she continues to educate others on potential outcomes. As of today Julie is one of the lucky ones, as she is still alive. Others were not so fortunate.