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Another COVID Vaccine Nightmare: 36 Yr. Old Stuntman Develops Blood Clots, Other Issues After Being Pressured To Get Shot

Risks are greater from getting the vaccine than the virus itself


A 36-year-old father, husband and television stunt man is worried that his wife and kids may have to survive with him after making a decision he now regrets.

Mr. Cody Robinson posted a Facebook update on September 29. He is a stuntman for television and movies. But virtually all studios and his workers union are requiring everyone in the industry to receive mRNA or viral vector DNA injections before they can work on set. He noted that he’d missed five opportunities for work in the past several months because he refused to get the injections.


Mr. Robinson has natural immunity, as he recovered from COVID-19 this past July. But the lost income was causing anxiety. He said he may have to “[bite] the bullet” and “take the risk” to ensure he can support his family. His wife is a stay-at-home mom, according to her Facebook page. Mr. Robinson stated the disclaimer, “I’m not anti-vaccine,” but conceded he’s “between a rock and a hard place.” He also revealed that his family has a history of autoimmune disorders, perhaps the brightest red flag telling someone not to receive these injections.

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