STAMFORD, LINCOLNSHIRE — A 58-year-old former martial arts champion, world traveler, and bar owner is on a long road to recovery and adjustment after an extreme adverse reaction to experimental COVID-19 shots.
Mr. Dave Mears received the AstraZeneca shot on March 4, according to the Rutland & Stamford Mercury. He immediately suffered from flu-like symptoms and a “sky high” fever. Mr. Mears assumed these were “normal” symptoms and attempted to go about his life as normal. But his condition progressively worsened over the next several weeks.
Around April 10, Mr. Mears called his doctor to his home. The doctor “went ballistic” at the sight of Mr. Mears’ swollen foot and took him to Peterborough City Hospital. Medical personnel there immediately recognized that his condition was beyond their capabilities. Mr. Mears was rushed to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge. That’s when the unthinkable happened.
Mr. Mears said his foot literally “exploded,” splattering blood everywhere in the hospital room. Doctors told him he would lose a couple toes. That turned into losing half of his foot, before they informed him that his left leg needed to be amputated from the knee down.
Doctors begin their lying campaign
The good news is that these so-called doctors likely saved Mr. Mears’ life. But they immediately broke into their big pharma scripts and said the cause of this life-threatening episode is “unknown.” Mr. Mears is having none of it. He told reporter Andrea Scholes:
I just find it strange that I became ill for weeks on the night of the vaccine which has resulted in me losing my leg. I think it has got to be linked. It has put me off having the second one. The doctors say it’s hard to prove that it’s linked to the COVID jab and that the infection could have been there for some time, but I don’t think it’s a coincidence.
Mr. Mears likely suffered from deep vein thrombosis (DVT). It is well-established fact that these experimental AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson viral vector shots cause blood clots. DVT is when a blood clot forms in a vein deep within the leg. If large blood clots in the legs are not immediately addressed, amputations are necessary.
It also sounds like Mr. Mears waited too long for treatment and developed May-Thurner Syndrome.
There is also critical limb ischemia, which left untreated, leads to amputations. Unfortunately most doctors are no longer able or willing to tell the truth about adverse reactions from these shots. So we’re forced to do our own research and diagnoses. But Mr. Mears’ condition obviously resulted from blood clots. Perhaps a doctor can elaborate further in the comments section.
The U.K. Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation regurgitated the most popular talking point for governments and big pharma: “The benefits of getting a vaccination outweigh the risks.”
Mr. Mears prognosis
This man, from all accounts, is a literal and figurative fighter. He said the goal is to gain use of a prosthetic leg by the end of the year. Mr. Mears is a former champion in Taekwondo and Muay Thai. He’d been teaching the martial arts, working as a photographer and running several bars in Thailand and elsewhere for more than 20 years before COVID-19 hit.
He returned to England in April 2020. Now approaching age 60, Mr. Mears said he enjoys the simple things in life that his hometown of Stamford offers. A GoFundMe page is collecting donations to help with his medical expenses and rehabilitation.
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