A video featuring dozens of people pleading for help after receiving the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines is going viral.
The video features men, women and children of all ages and races who took the shots for a virus with a 99.7% survival rate.
They desperately plead for help after suffering ongoing adverse affects for weeks or months.
The video features a 12-year-old girl who requires a feeding tube and is in a wheelchair after participating in the vaccine trials for children.
One woman said, "We listened, so we believed that this vaccine was the right thing to do. So, please, trust us and listen to us when we tell you that we are continuing to suffer physically."
Another woman said, "I'm speaking on behalf of my 17 year old daughter. Pfizer, New York, we need help. We need to be heard."
A third woman who didn't want her face to be shown said, "I am afraid to be shown due to the negative consequences some of my fellow sufferers have faced for speaking out. But I need help and we desperately need the medical community to hear us."
All of the vaccine recipients signed waivers acknowledging the potential side effects, including death.
Vaccine recipients can't sue pharmaceutical companies for damages for their pain and suffering.
However, none of them believed the vaccines would adversely affect them and cause anguish and pain.
Insurance doesn't cover their treatment because the vaccines are experimental and the recipients accepted the potential risks.