A 57-year-old West Virginia Woman died after a very strange turn of events.
Kim Jarvis declared on August 29th, “I am vaccinated.” She did not state which brand of vaccine she received, nor did she specify the date that she got the injections. Her Facebook posts did not reveal any further information. However, it really does not matter which jab she received as they are equally as bad as each other.
In a Facebook post, Jarvis admitted that she wasn’t aware of what was actually in the vaccine, also stating that she doesn’t know what’s in a Big Mac or hot dogs, but suggested that she eats them anyway. Of course, beyond broad, ambiguous generalisations, nobody really knows what is in these mRNA and viral vector DNA vaccines.
The post continued, stating that she isn’t aware of what’s in other products such as shampoo, tattoo ink, or Tylenol. But she said that she wants to travel and “protect us”, and “trusted the science” for all other vaccines and “trusted [her] doctor” when he recommended the Covid-19 vaccines. Whilst this is a copypasta making its rounds on Facebook amongst many jab recipients, it’s still sad and odd to see it being posted.
Just a day later on August 30th, Jarvis shared her usual missing dog posts, where her last post was at 7:17 pm local time. She apparently visited her daughter Heather’s house later that night, where she told her “I love you” and “I’m so glad you’re home safe.” The following day, Heather posted an update to Facebook, announcing that her mother had “passed away unexpectedly in her sleep” that night, hours after she saw her.