Canadian Actress Speaks Out of Line and Reveals Post-COVID Jab Injuries to the World
"Here's my weird smile."
“This is not a video I want to make,” said Jennifer Gibson in a shocking and unexpected viral social media moment.
I have been diagnosed with Bell's Palsy, which is paralysis on one side of the face. For me, it's this side here — the left — obviously.
So sorry for your injuries, Jennifer.
And she’s not the first celebrity to come out about this. Justin Bieber suffered a similar syndrome.
But what makes this video much, much different is that she mentions the vaccine in the same breath as the Bell’s Palsy.
So I got it [Bell’s Palsy] about two weeks after getting my vaccine, and I had a rough go with the vaccine — and I guess still am.
The next bit is most troubling, and some sort of hypnosis can only explain it.
But I have to say that I would do it again because it's what we have to do to see people.
Sorry, Jennifer. But the coercive measures have been long gone.
No one is currently pointing a gun to your head or threatening to take your job away unless you get jabbed. It’s sad that you didn’t get the memo.
In fact, people, overwhelmingly, are done. Only 1.5% of those eligible for the new booster have actually run out the door to get injected three weeks after rollout.
Jennifer ends the video by showcasing her new smile.
So, I don't know why I'm making this video, but here's my weird smile.
And this is what her smile used to look like.
Jennifer, I hope this is transient and eventually goes away. But please — PLEASE listen to feedback and don’t take any more of these COVID jabs ever again. I’m sure those who actually care about your health would be MORE thrilled to see you if you didn’t.
I hope you can one day continue your acting career, regain your smile, and make a clear and complete recovery. But as we said before, please make this COVID shot your last one.