Facebook ‘Fact-Checks’ Woman’s Post on Vaccine’s Adverse Reaction One Week Before It Killed Her
25-year-old preschool teacher Desiree Penrod took the Covid vaccine in early March. She then posted on Facebook that “The vaccine is killing me” describes her adverse reaction to the coronavirus vaccine.
Facebook flagged the post as a fake message.
Desiree died a week later.
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“The vaccine is killing me today,” the preschool teacher wrote in her last post on March 10th.
“My arm hurts, apart from exhaustion, headache, stomach cramps and earache. Several people told me that I look pale today. I was fine yesterday, but today it takes its toll on me. “
In a disturbing move, Facebook added a fact-checking label to Penrod’s post citing the Chinese Communist-backed World Health Organization.
“Covid-19 vaccines go through a lot of tests for safety and effectiveness before they are approved,” says the label.
An obituary from the Gagnon and Costello funeral home says that Penrod “died unexpectedly” on March 17th.