Embroidery: “Pfizer Evidence So Far: Coverups, Heart Damage, and More”
A note from artist Ellen Danforth:
My personal subtitle for this piece is “Justice for a Friend” since the substance of Report 31 called to my mind our family’s friend’s story:
My husband’s best boyhood pal and best man at our wedding was scheduled for a non-emergency mitral valve surgery on November 16, 2021. Although he was COVID-19 “vaccine hesitant” he was required to get the mRNA injection in order to be eligible for the surgery. He received two doses in the weeks preceding November 16, 2021.
The surgery was initially deemed a success. However, within a day he needed an emergency surgery to repair the aortic valve. Then he had another emergency surgery because the aortic valve kept misfunctioning. His wife wrote, “The doctors did not anticipate this at all.”
His wife continued to update us on her husband’s condition.
She explained that a fourth surgery was done to repair a leak in his coronary artery bypass graft. He then had a pacemaker installed and received many blood transfusions. He also had internal bleeding and his kidneys began to fail even though his amazing 71-year-old kidneys were healthy before the surgery.
Our friend eventually had a team of seven doctors, including a neurosurgeon. According to his wife, he had bleeding in his brain and was at risk for blood clots. He had a very high white blood cell count and was on antibiotics and steroids. His new heart valves were still not functioning and another heart surgery was scheduled but postponed. Additionally, Blood clots developed in his inferior vena cava.
Our friend’s wife finally described his situation to be “like the lady who swallowed the fly” just before he died, on December 28, 2021, of “multiple-system organ failure.”
As I was working on the composition for this piece, the developing news–at the end of August 2023–was projecting the return of mask mandates for students. I was very upset and in no mood to hear this. I added my comment on mask mandates to my composition at the last minute.
Ellen Danforth, 2023