Grandmother of Vaccine-Induced Stillbirth Tweets Not “MISINFORMATION”

Grandmother Barb Craig tweeted late last night, “There was NO MISINFORMATION,” regarding her viral-and-later-removed tweet Nov. 21 about the tragic stillbirth of her grandson–a death that she attributes to the coerced Covid-19 vaccine that her daughter had taken 4 days prior.

Craig’s confirmatory tweet has already gone viral with 14.5k likes in just over 14 hours.

The tweet came in response to the now customary backlash and attacks happening to anybody speaking out against the official Covid-19 and vaccine narrative.

After tweeting her response, the attacks and accusations of misinformation continue, as definitely not replied, “She removed it because she’s lying.”

Amidst tragedy, Craig bravely says she will continue to speak out so that others can avoid the same fate.

Dr. Daniel Nagase, MD, recently spoke out about a rash of unprecedented stillbirths across Canada with 13 stillbirths in 24 hours in B.C., including Craig’s grandchild, and 86 stillbirths in 6 months in fully vaccinated mothers in Waterloo, Ontario.

Original tweet.

4 thoughts on “Grandmother of Vaccine-Induced Stillbirth Tweets Not “MISINFORMATION””

  1. My condolences to you and your family. I just received something you may want to read. Pm me. πŸ˜‡πŸ™

    1. please advise… grandson had open heart surgery two days after birth. aug. 27th, 2021. my daughter’s NOT vaccinated to our knowledge . all staff at sick kids are trying to enforce vaccination. we live in Waterloo region. my e-mail address is

  2. Nothing surprising about this sad story. Unfortunately we will hear more stories like this and others that are totally unnecessary.

    1. Yeah well stillborns happen. Its truly sad but humans make physiological connections to whatever they want, part of human nature. Next thing you know the 350 pound man that eats 711 everyday will blame his stinky farts on the vaccine.

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