Former Notre Dame Professor Who Said, “Damn the Unvaccinated” Dies Two Weeks After Receiving 3rd Covid Shot
Orlando, Florida – A former Notre Dame professor who routinely attacked unvaccinated people as “selfish” passed away after receiving her 3rd Covid vaccine.
67-year-old Karen Croake Heisler received her first Pfizer Covid jab on January 13, 2021.
“Just got my first dose of the vaccine. Never been happier to be “old.” Now, let’s get these vaccines rolling for everyone!” she said.
On April 9, Heisler tweeted that she had zero side effects after receiving her second Pfizer jab.
Earlier this month, Heisler tweeted she got her third jab.
“Just received my third Covid vaccine,” she tweeted on September 7.
A week later, Heisler started to have complications and cursed the unvaccinated.
Heisler said her cardiologist tried to admit her to the hospital, but there were no rooms because of Covid.
About two weeks after her third Covid jab, Karen Croake Heisler passed away.
According to Heisler’s obituary, she died of “cancer-related complications” on September 19.
A couple of Heisler’s students reacted to the news of her death.
Heisler is survived by her husband, two sons, and sister.
Cross-posted from Gateway Pundit
Note from the editor
We at 0censor are not advocating to get or not get vaccine shots, but we find this story interesting; you have someone attacking people for exercising their constitutional right, then dies from what she is attacking others for.
I know from personal experience how hard this is; I will be saying my final goodbye to my wife today. She died within four days after contacting COVID. What has me frustrated is we were told to get the vaccines; we all had COVID once before, yet we called it the second time, so one must wonder, what did these vaccines do for us?
Now they are demanding we get another one; when does this stop? I was taught a vaccine was designed to protect you from contacting what you were vaccinated against; it turns out this is not the case.
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