Science deniers claim this wasn’t always happening everywhere.
You don’t want to deny science, do you, punk?
An Oklahoma news anchor had the beginnings of a stroke during a live TV broadcast Saturday, she said, after she appeared to struggle to speak in the on-air incident.
In video of the newscast shared online, Julie Chin, a reporter with NBC affiliate KJRH of Tulsa, appears to struggle through a live report about an event marking the attempted launch of NASA’s Artemis I rocket.
Chin revealed in a lengthy Facebook post Sunday that her doctors believe she had the beginnings of a stroke, but not a full one.
“The episode seemed to have come out of nowhere. I felt great before our show,” she said.
Things took a turn in a matter of several minutes during the newscast.
“First, I lost partial vision in one eye. A little bit later my hand and arm went numb. Then, I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth would not speak the words that were right in front of me on the teleprompter,” she wrote. “If you were watching Saturday morning, you know how desperately I tried to steer the show forward, but the words just wouldn’t come.”
She thanked her co-workers for recognizing the emergency situation and calling 911.
Now, Chin is spreading awareness about strokes and recognizing symptoms, including loss of balance, vision changes, facial droop, one arm drifting downward, slurred or confused speech and headache.
The anchor assured viewers she’ll be back at the news desk sharing more stories in a few days.
Speaking of strokes – Tucker Carlson did a piece last night on John Fetterman, who at 53 is about Julie Chin’s age.
It was at the beginning of last night’s show.
Fetterman is running for the Senate in Pennsylvania. He was the mayor of some burned-out town. He said he was going to save the town, and then he ran it into the ground with global warming gibberish.
But after having the stroke back in May, he can’t even talk. They are rolling him around to events where he just bobs his head and drools. Tucker says he’s not making fun of his medical condition – well, I am.
[incoherent references to New Jersey] pic.twitter.com/PjpGu6COra
— max (@MaxNordau) September 7, 2022
Even in his edited videos, he’s talking like he has Down syndrome. Listen to the way he raises the pitch of his voice at the end of his sentences like he’s confused and asking a question about his own statements.
We need to show up in a big way for reproductive freedom this November. 💯
I will protect abortion rights, Dr. Oz will take them away.
That's the choice in this election. pic.twitter.com/zwxwvqGk2a
— John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) September 7, 2022
This guy is a real slob.
He actually seems to have lost weight since the stroke. But fatboy or not, strokes in your early 50s were not something we had going on previously.
But hey – just keep getting your boosters.
This is completely unrelated to vaccines.
It’s probably caused by Covid, i.e., not getting enough vaccines. That is, if something different is happening at all, it was caused by Covid. But the science says that everything is normal and nothing at all is happening.
Also, the vaccines are Donald Trump’s fault anyway. He rushed them. Joe Biden never promoted vaccines at all, actually – that’s just another science denier liar. So if these vaccines are causing heart attacks and strokes – which they are not, according to the science, but if they are – you can blame Trump.
The science says that all these people having strokes from the deadly vaccine is Trump’s fault, and many doctors are saying that he should be impeached for causing all these strokes with his deadly vax.
But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get your booster. Remember: these vaccines are safe.