HomeTop StoriesBarbara Buchanan: 63 Year-old Oregon Woman Afraid She’ll Die Any Day Now After Several Johnson & Johnson Blood Clots
June 10, 2021
Barbara Buchanan: 63 Year-old Oregon Woman Afraid She’ll Die Any Day Now After Several Johnson & Johnson Blood Clots
Ms. Barbara Buchanan
BEAVERTON, OREGON — A 63-year-old woman believed she did the right thing by obliging government and mainstream media coercion. Now she fears falling asleep and not waking up on any given night.
Ms. Barbara Buchanan received the experimental Johnson & Johnson viral vector DNA shot on or around May 5, according to KATU Channel 2. She believed the “one-dose” J&J shot was the most appealing, despite the federal government’s 10-day pause of J&J use in April. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) jointly stated that the J&J shots cause blood clots. But they, like mainstream media, emphasized the words “rare” and “very rare.” Fauci advocated for the shots and the government resumed injecting the masses with them.