Is Justin Bieber’s facial paralysis the result of a COVID-19 vaccine?

Dr. John Reizer

According to a fact-checking article easily accessible at the top of many search engines, Justin Bieber has Ramsay Hunt syndrome and it wasn’t caused by a COVID-19 vaccine.

The fact-checkers are always looking to steer any person wandering outside the parameters of conventional thinking back inside the box.

Coming to the logical conclusion that Bieber, a young, healthy entertainer who regularly performs in concert venues where COVID vaccines are mandatory might be injured from a vaccine qualifies as dangerous, out-of-the-box thinking in the eyes of fact-checkers.

Fast to the rescue, fact-checkers are sent in to write about a given scenario that questions officialdom and sets the record straight. The damage control article is then strategically copied hundreds of times and positioned at the top of all relevant search results. In this particular case, the article is about Justin Bieber and it explains that there is no connection between his illness and COVID-19 vaccines.

The fact-checkers, the ones protecting officialdom and, in this case, big pharma, always seem to have a platform available to get their articles in front of the gullible public.

Let’s Read the Real Science!

So, let’s look at the real facts associated with Justin Bieber and his recent health challenges reportedly caused by Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

“Ramsay Hunt syndrome is caused by the varicella zoster virus (VZV), the same virus that causes chickenpox in children and shingles (herpes zoster) in adults. In cases of Ramsay Hunt syndrome, previously inactive (dormant) varicella-zoster virus is reactivated and spreads to affect the facial nerve.”

Herpes Zoster (HZ) is associated with the COVID-19 vaccines and Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Right off the bat, the fact-checkers are reporting inaccurate information and not the facts!

The result of following science fiction!

Please read the following scientific publications:

“We recently diagnosed Ramsay Hunt syndrome (RHS) in a 37-year-old previously healthy man. Two days after his first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech (BNT162b2) vaccine, he noticed fever and a pain in the right ear. Vesicles were then developed in his right ear and canal, together with vertigo, tinnitus and loss of hearing. He complained of facial palsy, tongue numbness and dysgeusia. On examination, he had grade 4 right facial nerve palsy of the lower motor neuron type with right sensorineural hearing loss (figure 1A).”

“HZ (Herpes Zoster) is associated with COVID-19 vaccination.”

So, is Justin Bieber a victim of an adverse vaccine injury or not? I believe that there is a good possibility that this is what happened to the performer.

Let’s take a look at how mainstream medicine reports statistical information concerning COVID-19.

A person tests positive for Sars-Cov-2 via a useless and rigged PCR test that is incapable of diagnosing any viral disease according to its late creator, Dr. Kary Mullis. The same person develops a neurological condition like Bell’s Palsy or Ramsay Hunt syndrome.

As a result of the person having a neurological condition and testing positive for COVID -19,  the disease (COVID) is inappropriately reported to cause those conditions.

It’s a double standard, however, and here’s why. If a person receives a vaccine and later develops a neurological disorder, it’s rarely recorded or reported as an adverse vaccine reaction.

Bieber is a young, healthy man in the public spotlight. His current health condition immediately brings to light in the minds of many a connection between neurological issues and vaccines, and more specifically, unapproved, untested, and unsafe mRNA vaccines. The entire situation is a public relations disaster for the architects of the COVID hoax.

I hope that this young man, Justin Bieber, will be okay in the future.


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