Exclusive: Healthy Young Mother Dies of Vaccine-Induced Blood Clot. Then Twitter Censors Her Obituary. by Megan Redshaw

This is a double travesty. From Megan Redshaw at childrenshealthdefense.org:

Jessica Berg Wilson, a 37-year-old stay-at-home mother from Washington, was a healthy and vibrant woman, according to her family who said she passed away suddenly on Sept. 7. A family member said doctors diagnosed her with vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT).

VITT is a rare, and sometimes fatal, blood-clotting condition triggered by COVID vaccines.

In an exclusive interview with The Defender, Tom Wilson, Jessica’s husband, and Thomas Invancie, her uncle, said Twitter’s fact-checkers — who have never spoken with their family to verify Jessica’s story — affixed “misleading” and “misinformation” labels to her obituary.

Because of the Twitter labels, people couldn’t interact with Jessica’s obituary, or share the story.

On Sept. 2, Jessica went to a Seattle pharmacy to get her COVID vaccine and was told she would be receiving the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) shot. Jessica had no underlying health conditions, her husband said.

Jessica was “vehemently opposed” to taking the vaccine, “considering her stay-at-home mom status, state of good health and young age in conjunction with the known and unknown risk of an unproven vaccine,” Wilson said.

But Jessica was pressured to get the vaccine due to a vaccine mandate at their child’s school requiring “room moms” who wished to serve in the classroom be fully vaccinated.

In an email to The Defender, Ivancie said Jessica immediately became ill after receiving J&J’s vaccine, and went to the emergency room at UW Medical Center.

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