Canadian Actress Develops Facial Paralysis From COVID Vaccine, Posts Shocking Video Revealing Her Condition [VIDEO]

Some people have been so brainwashed by the pro-Covid vaccination agenda that they will support the vaccines no matter the cost to their personal health, and refuse to reevaluate their undying devotion to the jab.

One diehard vaccine fanatic, Canadian actress Jennifer Gibson, developed Bell’s Palsy following an AstraZeneca Covid vaccine, leaving half of her face paralyzed.

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In a video posted to Twitter, the actress reveals her new condition. As she begins to cry, it seems as though she must be regretting getting the vaccine. You would think that after it has been revealed that the Covid vaccine doesn’t keep you from getting sick, and then experiencing such a major adverse reaction to the shot, one might reevaluate their position on the Covid vaccines. Right?


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In an unbelievable twist, Gibson heaps praise on the vaccine that caused her facial paralysis. Somehow, Gibson is just as strong of an advocate for the vaccines as she was before developing facial paralysis.

“This is not a video I want to make, and it’s kinda hard to make because as I’m watching myself, I see what I’m gonna say, which is I have been diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy, which is paralysis on one side of the face,” said a teary-eyed Gibson.

“I got it about two weeks after getting my vaccine,” she continued. “And I had a rough go with the vaccine, um, and I guess still am. But, I have to say that I would do it again because it’s what we have to do to see people.”


This is the epitome of being brainwashed, and it is scary to see how blindly devoted to the pro-vaccine narrative some people are. Even after this serious side effect that should not be a common side effect of a “safe” vaccination, Gibson is still advocating for the shot and encouraging others to as well.

Why is this “what we have to do to see people”? Many unvaccinated people are able to see people without any problem.

Could Gibson elaborate on what she means by that? Because there are a lot of people out there who are perplexed by this reasoning.