During an appearance on Sky News, Australian Senator Gerard Rennick spoke out for the people who have suffered adverse events from Covid shots. Despite the Sky news host trying to silence the Senator, he slammed his government for mandating the experiment mRNA shots, which has caused adverse effects in many people. Furthermore, he called it downright inhumane to force someone to take a second shot if they suffered an adverse event from the first.
The Liberal Queensland senator addressed several troubling cases where people suffered serious side effects from receiving the jab. Recently, Rennick spoke with a 37-year-old Australian female police officer who had a stroke fifteen minutes after receiving the “vaccine.” The severely ill woman was threatened if she did not receive a second jab, she would lose her job.
Next, he discussed a 19-year-old woman who is suffering from blood clots in her legs and lungs. She’s in the hospital after receiving the Pfizer shot last Thursday night, reported the Senator.
Senator Rennick also spoke with a 31-year-old man paralyzed on one side of his body since September. He has been without income for two months and had just taken took out a mortgage before he got the injection. Despite his injuries due to the first injection, the Australian government informed the man that he must still get a second shot.
It’s bad enough that people aren’t allowed to choose whether to take a vaccine. Still, it’s even worse than they’re forced to get a second vaccine after experiencing a severe side effect. Furthermore, the government doesn’t even offer financial support when they cannot work, exclaimed the Senator. He vowed to continue to fight to ensure people receive immediate income support for those who cannot return to work.
Watch Liberal National Party Senator, Gerard Rennick, heated discussion on Sky News with Labor Party Senator Murray Watt:
Following the Senator’s October 26, 2021, interview on Sky News, he posted a letter on Facebook that he sent to Austalia’s left-wing Prime Minister, Scott Morrison denouncing his Covid policies. Rennick explained that he would not vote with the government until he enacted several policies, including stopping all vaccines for children, overturning workplace vaccine mandates, and ending coronavirus domestic travel restrictions.