Former Green Bay Packers player, families will speak to their adverse reactions to Covid-19 vaccines
OSHKOSH — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) will hold a press conference on Monday in Milwaukee with families from across the country who will share their experiences regarding adverse reactions to Covid-19 vaccines and how the medical community has repeatedly ignored their concerns. The senator will also speak to his advocacy for early treatment and the importance of American’s health care freedom. The senator previously held two Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearings on early treatment in November and December of 2020.
This event will be available to watch via live stream on our Rumble page.
The list of participants is below.
Ken and Sheryl Ruettgers
Ken, a former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman, and his wife, Sheryl, who received the Moderna vaccine in January 2021. Four days after receiving the first dose, Sheryl experienced severe neurological reactions that still inhibit her ability to live a normal life, including muscle pain, numbness, weakness and paresthesia.
Stephanie and Maddie de Garay
Stephanie is a mother from Cincinnati, Ohio, whose 12-year-old daughter participated in the Pfizer Covid vaccine trial in December 2020 and January 2021. After Maddie received her second dose of the vaccine, she experienced severe side effects that resulted in multiple hospitalizations.
Kristi is a dental hygienist from Webb City, Missouri, who received the Pfizer Covid vaccine in January 2021. Since her vaccination, she has experienced multiple severe side effects, including pain, paresthesia and heart palpitations.
Brianne is a preschool teacher from Saratoga Springs, Utah, who received the Astra Zeneca Covid vaccine during a clinical trial in November 2020. She has since experienced extensive adverse effects from the vaccine that has resulted in a medical bill of over $250,000.
Candace is from Detroit, Michigan, and received both doses of the Moderna vaccine in March 2021. In April, she suffered from paresthesia and partial paralysis from the chest down, which lead to a month-long hospital stay and weeks of physical therapy.