Congresswoman admits she regrets taking COVID shot, discusses impacts to her health

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Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace shared her experience of side effects following the COVID shot during an Oversight hearing involving censorship on Twitter earlier this week. Mace chastised the social networking website for censoring an article by Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a doctor at Stanford who did not approve of the federal government’s approach to COVID.

“Apparently the views of a Stanford doctor are disinformation to you people,” she said.

Then she explained the effects from the shot.

“I along with many Americans have long-term effects from COVID,” she said. “Not only was I a long-hauler, but I have effects from the vaccine. It wasn’t the first shot, but it was the second shot that I now developed asthma that has never gone away since I had the second shot. I have tremors in my left hand and I have the occasional heart pain that no doctor can explain. And I’ve had a battery of tests.”

Mace said Twitter’s “unfettered censorship” spread into medical fields and impacted millions of Americans by suppressing expert opinions from doctors.

“I have great regrets about getting the shot because of the health issues that I now have that I don’t think are ever going to go away,” she said. “And I know that I’m not the only American who has those kinds of concerns.”

Watch her full back-and-forth below:


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