Day 2 Videos 13-16

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Annabelle Edge

Annabelle Edge filed a report in CAERS, and was invited to the panel by Max Daigle. Understandably, as a “vaccine”-injured person, she was sometimes emotional when speaking, and on occasion had to stop. Her two children in elementary school have also been affected, because she is a single provider.

“Before 2020, I already had two rare pre-existing conditions that impacted my trigeminal and other cranial nerve functioning. One was from jaw and facial surgery as a teenager, one was from viral infection in 2015 diagnosed as “Ramsay Hunt Syndrome”. Both left me with permanent but easily manageable nerve damage. My sons and I all caught the original variant of Covid very symptomatically in March of 2020. It took me 6 weeks to recover from Covid symptoms, but being ill with the original Covid variant also aggravated my cranial nerve damage and it took several months to return back to manageable. I took the 1st vaccine on June 1, 2021, and had severe nerve damage pain 4 days after, which took a month to return to manageable. As I was concerned about not having to take any prescription medications July 2021 and as a solo parent about my employment opportunities if not fully vaccinated, I took the 2nd vaccine on August 1st, 2021, and started having severe nerve pain again 4-5 days later. By the 8th day, it was absolutely unbearable and I sought help as instructed by Ontario “TeleHealth” at an ER. In the following 6 weeks I had to seek help at an ER 3 times. I continue to be in severe pain on a nearly daily basis and my condition has not been manageable for almost 12 months now. I need medical help. Most importantly my children need their mother to be provided medical help and support.

Gordon Polevoy

Gordon Polevoy, also from Toronto, has been appalled from his experience. He is a developmental geneticist and project manager. During the summer of 2021 it became clear that Ontario was heading toward mandatory injections, and he had concerns about the safety. In other countries, where most of the populace was injected, the Delta variant was nonetheless raging. He had also heard of the many diverse adverse reactions. The level of the language from the government, from the Prime Minister, against the non-compliant “was borderline hate speech”. He felt coerced to get the shots. He realized that natural immunity from prior infection was dismissed. After the second dose, of the Moderna shot, he developed a severe adverse reaction and was advised to go to the ER by his occupational health and safety department. The ER would not file an adverse event report. He had to return to the ER again the week after. The ER had a legal requirement to file, and they did not; he filed an individual report. He also lodged a complaint against the two doctors who refused to file a report. Given his injuries, his work duties were limited. He then went on medical leave, and is now on disability leave, because his condition is worsening. He has constant pain and burning sensations throughout his body, and constant weakness, constant pain in his back, and cannot walk more than half a mile without assistance. He spends much of his time in bed. He has been diagnosed with “functional neurological disorder,” which doctors told him was the result of his prior “vaccine hesitancy”. He has also been diagnosed with PTSD, given the trauma of being injected and injured, and then the humiliation of the derisive treatment that ensued. He met others once he donated to the Freedom Convoy and his information was leaked online, which facilitated his connection with others like him—and that eventually led him to participate in this hearing. He is obviously physically distressed when sitting.

Kelly-Sue Oberle

Kelly-Sue Oberle, from London, Ontario, is also “vaccine” injured. She has suffered cognitive impairment and blindness in one eye. She was 68 in 2021, and was very active physically, with an active social life and a busy work schedule. She was looking forward to retirement. She initially took the shot as an employer and manager of volunteers, to stay open. After her first Pfizer shot she experienced pains in her calf and foot, and did not realize it was a blood clot. After a massage therapist advised her, she went to a vascular surgeon who informed her she had blood clots in her femoral artery. By then she had the second Pfizer shot, and then suffered a chain of several strokes and Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs)—she lists all the dates, and she broke down in tears as she spoke. What ensued were a series of visits to specialists, endless tests, numerous medications prescribed—and she described some of the doctors as impatient and gruff with her, one advising her not to return unless she suffered a catastrophic stroke. Doctors are still looking for the cause, she said. She continues to suffer from retinal migraines, and has been on large doses of Tylenol for several months. She also contracted Covid. She is now 70. She thought the “vaccine” was developed to protect us from getting Covid—reality proved otherwise. People treat her as someone who is making up her case. “Correlation is not causation,” she has been told ad nauseam. Instead, she insists, that’s all we have. She refuses to be a casualty.

One night, after sleeping on the couch, she had a stroke. When she awoke, she did not know who she was, or where she was. A neighbor had to tell her. She now goes to bed every night with a slip of paper under her pillow that states: “I am a Kelly-Sue Oberle. I live at [address]. I belong to someone, and I matter”.

Arlene Singh-Datto

Dr. Arlene Singh-Dattoo called herself living proof of the neurological damage caused by the Pfizer shot. Her doctor thought she had Lupus, but continued testing. A few days before her second shot, her levels eased, and the doctor eagerly recommended a second Pfizer shot—which she got. Then more severe problems emerged, preventing her from walking. Her doctor noted the motor neuron problems; tests confirmed damage in both her legs. Results of tests were held back for months. She had to re-do the tests, and it was found that the condition had worsened. She was referred to a clinic at McMaster University, an ALS clinic to be exact. They diagnosed her with ALS. Doctors were fixated on ALS, though the test results showed multifocal motor neuropathy (MMN). The doctor at McMaster is funded for ALS, and slotted all of her symptoms under ALS. The medications he gave her for ALS, performed poorly and created worse conditions. She is under Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy (IVIg). Her doctors remain oblivious to the fact that motor neuropathy is one of the adverse effects listed by Pfizer itself.

Her sister, a viral immunologist who worked on vaccines for zoonotic viruses, advised her that the safety data for Pfizer was all off. Arlene did not want the shot, but took it because as a college professor it was mandated. She was a professor of English, and taught five courses. As part-time faculty, her disability nullifies her contract as the college cannot provide facilities to support her. Right now she is no longer able to work—she broke down in tears when speaking about this, wracked by inconsolable sadness. It took her some time to recompose herself.

Arlene cannot go anywhere alone any longer. She cannot stand for longer than 30 minutes; she cannot sit for long, or her legs cramp. She fell at a gas station and a stranger had to help her into her car.