Former Olympic swimmer Genevieve Florence used to train 10 hours a day. She stayed fit and healthy even after her Olympic career, when she became a budding actress. She’s honestly a pretty terrible actress, but Florence is extremely beautiful, so she was landing some starting roles. The healthy 24-year-old British girl’s dreams came crashing to a halt when she took her first mandatory COVID shot so she could keep working.
Florence felt like something was “off” from the very first moment when she received the injection:
“I immediately regretted it soon as she put it in my arm. I just thought, ‘Well, what have I done.’”
Genevieve Florence is just one of the vaccine-injured victims highlighted in the new documentary film, “Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion.” (I haven’t seen the “Died Suddenly” documentary yet, but I hear it is also fantastic.) This healthy, vibrant young woman who was on the Olympic synchronized swimming team for her country just a couple of years prior had her whole life ahead of her. Now she’s crippled for life.
Immediately after getting the “safe and effective” vaccine, she suffered an onslaught of horrible symptoms. She developed a never-ending headache and became so dizzy – constantly – that she could no longer walk. She had to crawl on the floor just to move around her apartment. If she took just five steps, her heart rate would shoot up to 140 beats per minute. She experienced exhaustion, an uncontrollable and irregular heartbeat, irregular body temperature, chest pains, debilitating brain fog, shaking, and burning sensations on her skin.
She couldn’t cook, do her own laundry or clean her apartment, so her mother had to start caring for her. When she went to the hospital, they explained to her that it couldn’t possibly be a reaction to the Covid shot. They told her she had anxiety, and to go home and get some rest.
Genevieve went to the hospital again and again and again for her symptoms, and the doctors and Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) continued to dismiss her by telling her she hand anxiety. “Calm down, lady!”
She finally decided to get an assessment from a private cardiologist, who did not dismiss her claims. It turns out that she wasn’t crazy and wasn’t having panic attacks. She had suffered heart damage from the Covid shot that she was forced to take in order to remain in the film industry in the UK.
The good news is that she is now on heart medications and is slowly recovering. She’s able to walk a little bit without collapsing, and the headaches and chest pains are gone. Genevieve even got an exemption from taking the second Covid shot, due to the severe reaction she had to the first one.
Unfortunately, the film industry didn’t see it the same way. She had just landed the biggest role of her budding career. But because she had only taken one shot and was not “fully vaccinated,” they fired her.
“They said they couldn’t confirm me if I wasn’t double jabbed,” says Genevieve. “So not only did I lose my health, but I lost my job because of the vaccine. I almost became homeless; my rent was paid for by someone who wanted to help.”
She was crippled by the first shot and fired because she didn’t dare take the second one. It’s just awful. We hope that she lives a long life now that she’s been properly diagnosed and receiving proper treatment. But how many people are out there just like Genevieve Florence right? How many people were badly injured by the Covid shot(s), but the medical profession refuses to take them seriously? How many are being dismissed as having “anxiety,” as if their symptoms are only in their heads?
We don’t know the answers to any of those important questions, because the mainstream media is still enjoying all those Pfizer advertising bucks. Most news channels won’t even talk to someone like Genevieve who was injured by the vaccine. Because if more people realized the shots were hurting the recipients instead of helping them, they’d start to put two and two together and realize some uncomfortable truths.
We’ve been lied to on a mass scale. More and more people are dying from “Suddenly” every day. More and more people are ending up with debilitating, life-changing heart problems just like Genevieve. And the people responsible for it don’t want to face any liability for what they’ve done.