A landmark lawsuit has been filed against the Biden Department of Defense, after a college student was coerced into taking the Pfizer COVID vaccine and it killed him.
Anyone who has lost a loved one to the COVID shots should take notice of this case. While the pharmaceutical companies are still shielded from liability when their not-actually-vaccines kill people, other entities related to the jabs and the mandates are not shielded. This should be an interesting case to watch.
24-year-old George Watts, Jr. wanted to attend in-person classes at Corning Community College in New York in the fall of 2021. Corning required all students to be double jabbed for in-person classes, however. So, George got the first jab in August of 2021.
His family says George immediately developed flu-like symptoms from the first shot, which never went away. His face started swelling, so George’s father took him to the emergency room. George Jr. was diagnosed with a sinus infection.
But after several visits to the doctor, George Sr. says that his son “began coughing up blood and experienced pain in his feet, hands, and teeth. He also became extremely sensitive to sunlight.”
His father had planned to take George Jr. to the emergency room, but then he collapsed in his room and died in October of 2021.
Here’s where the Watts family did something really smart. Most families that suffer a vax-related death don’t get an autopsy. In many cases, a medical examiner wouldn’t know what to look for anyway. But the Watts family had an autopsy done on George Jr., and they had a good medical examiner.
The official cause of death was ruled by the medical examiner as “COVID-19 vaccine-related myocarditis.”
In a lawsuit filed this month, the family charges that the Biden Department of Defense had engaged in “willful misconduct” by declaring that the vaccines were “safe and effective.”
The suit states that the Pentagon “caused accelerated production and then pushed out hundreds of millions of vaccines for hundreds of millions of Americans while engaging in a deliberate and calculated mass-deception campaign specifically designed to obfuscate the fact that the vaccines weren’t licensed ‘safe and effective,’ were merely experimental, and legally could only be characterized as ‘may be effective but could not be pronounced safe.’”
The shots were only authorized for use in August of 2021 under the emergency use authorization (EUA) from the Biden administration. The CDC, the FDA and the DOD were all saying at that time that the shots were “safe and effective.” They’re still saying it to this day, long after the truth of this horror show has been revealed.
The lawsuit’s allegations are correct, because there was no way the jabs could have been declared safe at that point. Pfizer hadn’t even produced any real trial results publicly at that point. It takes years to be able to declare a drug or a vaccine “safe,” if proper procedures are followed. The government knew this, because those are the government’s rules.
The FDA didn’t license the shots until February of 2022. The lawsuit continues:
“By intentionally blurring the line of the critical distinction between ‘licensed’ and ‘experimental,’ DOD duped millions of Americans, including Mr. Watts, into being DOD’s human subjects in its medical experiment, the largest in modern history.”
“While Mr. Watts cared about the safety of OWS’ vaccines, DOD sadly did not.”
George Watts Jr. chose the Pfizer vaccine, according to his family, because the FDA had declared it safe under the EUA. He was duped and coerced into taking the shot, just as hundreds of millions of Americans were.
Although Republicans successfully got Joe Biden’s military vax mandate overturned, there are still more than 1,000 COVID vax mandates in place at colleges and universities across the country. There is absolutely no discussion by anyone in power of forcing those mandates to be dropped. Most of the colleges that have dropped their vax mandates are in states where the legislature banned mandates.
George Watts Jr. was forced into taking an experimental shot to attend college, supposedly to protect him from a disease that poses no real threat to healthy 24-year-olds. We hope that this case goes to trial and that the Watts family receives justice for their loss.