A heartbroken Toronto dad testified that the Pfizer vaccine killed his son. The cause of death remained “unascertained” as per reports, but the still grieving father was convinced about what actually took his son away from him.
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On Tuesday, Dan Hartman, a Toronto resident, testified before the Toronto City Council that he suspects the Pfizer injection murdered his 17-year-old son, Sean.
Hartman claimed that his son had a terrible response to his initial dose and died a little more than a month later.
An autopsy for his son revealed a “slightly enlarged heart,” however the cause of death was “unascertained,” according to the distraught father. As per Hartman, a physician who has seen the postmortem suspects the COVID dose killed his kid.
“I know in my heart and soul, I believe the second pathologist that the vaccine killed my son,” he said. “It’s not rare as everyone thinks it is. It’s happening; it’s on Twitter every day, people dying from this. I’m not an anti-vaxxer at all, I’m really not, but I think there is something wrong with this one.”
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On Tuesday, the Toronto City Council’s Board of Health convened a virtual hearing to address the city’s reaction to COVID-19. The conference was open to the general public, and it featured public speakers who shared their thoughts on the local administration’s approach to the declared pandemic.
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“My son played hockey… since he was eight years old,” Hartman informed those in attendance.
“He took a year off for COVID and he got extremely bored sitting in his bedroom. He decided to go back to hockey this year, and to do that he had to have a vaccination to play hockey,” Hartman continued.
“He got his first shot of Pfizer on August 25,” he continued. “Went to the hospital on August 29 with a bad reaction, he got sent home with only a prescription for Advil, he had a rash all over his neck and face and brown circles around his eyes.”
Following that, Mr. Hartman explained his son’s death as a result of his reaction to the Pfizer shot: “On the morning of September 27 his mother found him dead on the floor beside his bed.”
“All he wanted to do was play hockey.”
Mr. Hartman revealed that an autopsy was performed when his son died unexpectedly, and the cause of death was determined to be “unascertained.” That conclusion is found in only 2% of autopsies.
The autopsy did disclose a “slightly enlarged heart,” but there was no indication of a cardiac condition at the time.
Hartman obtained a second assessment after being dissatisfied with the findings of the initial autopsy and forwarded the autopsy report to “a second well-known pathologist in Canada who wants to remain anonymous for fear of losing his job.”
He was informed by the pathologist that “the vaccine did kill [his] son.”
Myocarditis and other post-vaccination heart problems are widespread in those who have gotten the Pfizer vaccine, with young males having a substantially higher frequency of post-vaccination heart problems than those who have had a COVID infection.
During the January 17 discussion, Hartman informed the committee that his teenage son had acquired the vaccine in attempt to pursue hockey, due to proof of vaccination obligations imposed by minor hockey clubs across the province. Although the local government at the period did not mandate someone under the age of 18 to provide it, players aged 12 and up were asked to produce documentation of an experimental COVID injection in order to play.
He then questioned “how safe this is, and why no deaths are being reported… nobody ever talks about deaths, and it is happening, more than anyone knows, and it is just being denied and silenced.”
Upon discovering from the pathologist that perhaps the vaccination may have killed his son, Hartman was asked what he planned to do next. “I’m not allowed to sue Pfizer for some reason,” he said, and “that in itself tells me they knew people were going to die and they are just immune from any accountability.”
Dan Harman does have a Twitter account where he recalls memories of his child and where others who have lost a loved one as a result of a vaccination issue can express their experiences.