Actor Jamie Foxx, recently out of hospital and recovering from a “mystery illness,” took a COVID vaccine, according to sources. Apparently the experience has left him partially paralyzed and blind, according to OK! Magazine.
The Jamie Foxx saga
Jamie Foxx is working on a movie, Back in Action, for Netflix. On April 11, his family revealed he had gone to hospital for what they described as a “medical complication.” Details remained sketchy for weeks after that, as his daughter pleaded with people to respect his privacy. Anonymous sources dribbled out a few details, like this story about doctors “running tests” on him. Then on May 16, Mike Tyson shocked fans by saying the star had a stroke before going to hospital. Still, close friends suggested he continued to recover.
Yesterday came the claim that likely explains everything: Jamie Foxx had taken a COVID-19 vaccine.
OK! quoted journalist A. J. Benza, who said he had the story from another anonymous source (or the same source). Confirming Mike Tyson’s stroke claim, Benza revealed the actor had the stroke “after he got the shot.” He took it reluctantly, and only after someone – perhaps a COVID compliance officer – associated with his movie project “pressured” him “to get it.” Motion picture production crews began hiring COVID compliance officers shortly after the World Health Organization declared the COVID pandemic.
Benza further revealed that the stroke left Jamie Foxx “partially paralyzed and blind.” This, according to “someone in the room” with Foxx at the time. Appearing on a TV show, Benza speculated aloud to the host that this “pressure,” or the symptoms, could have driven him to “[blow] up on the set” a week before his hospitalization.
A familiar story
Shooting for Back in Action has continued – with a body double replacing Jamie Foxx in key scenes. Worse, Benza cast doubt on earlier claims that Foxx was recovering, speculating that to communicate, as Foxx’ daughter used the term, does not necessarily mean to speak. Stroke patients commonly lose the power of speech and must thereafter communicate in other ways, like writing or signing.
The TV host, a doctor, seemed to dispute whether a hemorrhagic stroke deserved the name stroke. Apparently, to the host, stroke means infarctive stroke, which results from blood ceasing to flow. A hemorrhagic stroke results from a bleed into the brain.
This story recalls the death of BBC Presenter Lisa Shaw, who took AstraZeneca’s COVID vaccine preparation as a demonstration. Within a month, she died – and came to autopsy. Which showed she had suffered multiple micro-strokes in consequence of taking the vaccine.
Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.
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