PORTAGE, INDIANA — A 20-year U.S. Army infantryman, father and husband is lucky to be alive after suffering what is now a common and likely occurrence in The Great Reset.
Mr. Duncan Foster appears to be inactive military based on some of his Facebook posts.
It’s unclear if he is on reserve duty. But Mr. Foster is eligible for monthly retirement pay now since he’s served 20 years already. Despite the foregoing, Mr. Foster said he will “always do what the Army decides” after spending nearly half of his life as an enlisted man.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin issued a vaccine mandate for all current and incoming military personnel on August 24, 2021. The mandate was issued one day after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the Biologics License Application (BLA) for the Comirnaty-branded Pfizer injections.
Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby fallaciously asserted that the military is only mandating the FDA-approved Comirnaty injections and none of the others. Comirnaty is not available in the United States.
Mr. Foster received his first Moderna mRNA injection on September 1, his wife, Mrs. Sara Foster, told The COVID Blog. He only received the injection because of his loyalty to the military. Mr. Foster suffered a “massive heart attack” about seven weeks later, on October 22, according to Mrs. Foster.
It was actually an ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). That means 100% blockage of the left anterior descending artery due to a blood clot. Some refer to these events as widow-maker heart attacks because of the high mortality rate.
Mr. Foster said he “nearly died” as a result. He spent three days in the hospital before being discharged. But he still suffered constant chest pains and fatigue. Mr. and Mrs. Foster remained in good spirits during the difficult time.
He was discharged from the hospital on October 25, but his condition worsened in the following weeks. Mrs. Foster said she woke up to “a loud thud” on Thursday, December 2. She found her husband on the floor “with his eyes rolled back into his head.” Mr. Foster suffered yet another heart attack, according to his own account. Mrs. Foster described symptoms of bradycardia, meaning his heart was beating far too slowly.
Doctors stabilized him by the next day, which also happened to be his 46th birthday. A pacemaker was implanted that day to keep his heart pumping as it should.
Mr. Foster described himself as “a pin cushion for vaccine[s] and shots my whole Army career.” But he believes the Moderna mRNA injection is the cause of his recent near-death experiences. “I wish I never got the vaccine,” he said in a now-deleted Facebook post. “I will not get the second or any of the boosters.”
Update – Note that Mrs. Foster emailed The COVID Blog, clarified all the dates, and that Mr. Foster received Moderna.