Jessica HeLal: Seattle woman epitomizes 2021 culture of shame, secrecy and no help after “vaccine” injuries

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – Mrs. Jessica HeLal is a mother and wife living through life as the rest of us do. That means she’s navigating her way through 2021 dystopia the best she can. Unfortunately her experience checks nearly every box as to the success of this mass psy-op and perpetual propaganda campaigns.

Mrs. Jessica HeLal told The COVID Blog that she received her first Pfizer mRNA injection on April 23. She suffered no immediate or apparent adverse effects. Mrs. HeLal said she already had COVID-19, and may have been suffering from “long COVID.” Despite likely having natural immunity, Mrs. HeLal hesitantly received the second injection on May 14. Her entire existence flipped upside down from there.

Mrs. HeLal’s October 5 Facebook update and the comments contain a little bit of everything that is wrong in 2021.

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First, there is the obligatory “I am pro-vaccine” disclaimer that nearly every victim we cover on this blog states before telling their stories. Second, Mrs. HeLal is quickly learning the reality that doctors neither want to help, nor know what to do even if they did want to help with post-injection injuries.

Lastly, she literally called her post-injection injuries “dirty little secret[s].” Mrs. HeLal waited five months to say anything publicly, for fear of “shaming” from both vaxx zealots and “anti-vaxxers.” Small fiber neuropathy is her diagnosis. A 2011 manuscript published in the peer-reviewed journal Current Pain and Headache Reports offers a grim prognosis for this condition, particularly since Mrs. HeLal’s disorder resulted from the Pfizer injections – completely uncharted waters:

Unfortunately, little data about the treatment of pain specifically in small fiber neuropathy exist because most studies combine mixed neuropathic pain syndromes in the analysis. Additional studies targeting the treatment of pain in small fiber neuropathy are needed to guide decision making.


The biggest difference between Mrs. HeLal and many others covered on this blog is that she was never a virtue signaler and is not encouraging people to receive the injections after her injury.

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