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Bobby Dalheim, Editor

First Dose of Moderna on 09/03/21

Algonquin, Illinois

Q: What was your life like before you got the vaccine?

I am a recently married 30 year old dude. I am a drummer in a metal band, work as an editor, and work out regularly. Everything was good.

Q: What was your reaction, symptoms, & timeline?

I first got my symptoms 3 days after getting the first moderna shot early September. Chest pain, shortness of breath. I went to the ER who did EKG and chest xray. They didnt find anything wrong. My symptoms then subsided that night. I returned to life as usual. 5 days later my symptoms returned and were worse, and still exist today two months later. My heart is also pounding. I feel every heart beat in my chest 24/7. I cant sleep because of it I have been to the emergency room 2 more times since my initial visit. Blood tests and an echocardiogram also saw nothing. I see a cardiologist now. He doesnt know whats wrong with me for sure, but suspects myocarditis. I'm on meds to bring down the inflammation but none have helped yet. Some days I feel like I am recovering a bit, but I always seem to relapse after a few days.

Q: What was your life like after you got the vaccine?

Its tough. I can no longer be active. I used to drum and exercise all the time. I no longer can. It is too tiring. Sleeping is hard. The pounding feeling keeps me up. It's hard to keep focus at work. If I didnt luckily work from home, I would have for sure had to quit my job or take time off. I feel bad for my great wife who has to put up with my sadness. This is the hardest test of my life. This makes every other thing I thought was hard look like a complete joke. I hope I get better but it doesnt feel that I am. Every single day is extremely tough. There is a chance this thing kills me. I feel very overwhelmed.

Q: Share your experience with any medical care and any diagnoses you have received:

First few docs thought it was anxiety. Didn't really believe it. The two cardiologists I've seen acknowledge my symptoms could be because of the vaccine but I can tell they're not convinced.

Q: Was your reaction reported, and what was the response?

I submitted to VAERS but didnt hear back.

Q: Is there anything that has helped, and have your symptoms improved?

Not that I know of. Resting might be helping. The pounding is down maybe 10 percent since it peaked a few weeks after the vax. But I'm still weak and can barely do anything.

Q: What do you wish others knew?

I knew the risk before I took it. I was forced to by my job. I should have stayed true to my beliefs. If you're young and healthy, I would advise against the vax. I'd give anything to go back in time.



Listen, there's answers to what happened here.

Our medical system is going through something right now. Censorship. Gas-lighting.

So, here some things the emperors with no clothes don't want you to know about…

A.) The Front Line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance:

B.) This guy fills in some holes in above protocol.

See also:

C.) Dr. Bryan Ardis is a sharp guy, known for figuring out / finding out stuff no one else does.

D.) This is a link to one of the nations leading experts on "Ozone therapy". I have corresponded personally with him. He is reporting good results treating people with vaccine injury.

Based on his success, "Ozone dialysis", may…


Unknown member
Nov 13, 2021

"The two cardiologists I've seen acknowledge my symptoms could be because of the vaccine but I can tell they're not convinced." - Ahhh....smh 😣


It angers me that if you work from home, why they forced you to get the jab. They did the same thing to one of my friends. She works from home, WHO can she infect with something she doesn't even have anyway?! I pray for all of you and your voices WILL be heard, I share these stories everywhere, just about every single day. I pray God heals the innocents and DAMNS the guilty! God Bless.

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