In a recent interview Australian tennis great Pat Cash expresses his anger and frustration over his mother’s recent experience with the COVID jab.
Questions have been raised worldwide about the veracity and reliability of government vaccine adverse reaction and death figures. Many cases are not being reported for a number of reasons, from pure laziness on the part of doctors (who can’t be bothered filling in the time-consuming forms during the course of a busy day), to incompetence, and in some cases, fraud.
In the short clip of the interview obtained by Daily Telegraph (below), Cash, the 1987 Wimbledon champion says:
My mother, at 89 years of age, she’s 89, she’s old, she’s had a few little heart things, a minor stroke along the way, but she’s sharp as can be. There’s no COVID in Australia. I mean, really, there’s none there. They’ve lockdown, and that’s there point.
When they convince an 89 year old woman to go and get a vaccination, and she goes out there and gets it. And, somebody points to me and says, ‘You got blood on your hands, if you don’t do this and do that.’
I tell you who’s got blood on their hands – the doctor who didn’t check my mum, the people who convinced my mother at 89 to get a vaccination. Four days of splitting migraines, followed by two strokes, and a heart attack. You’ve got blood on your hands buddy. Why did they do that to an 89 year old woman? Now she’s in care. She was on her own, in an apartment, she was great. She collapsed on the floor, my brother just got there in time, they resuscitated her. And, she recovered. She’s amazing. I said ‘Mum, tell your cardiologist what happened.
She said ‘I did.’
And I said, ‘Can you report it please.’
He said, ‘there’s no point reporting it. Adverse reaction, no point, nobody listens.’
I was like, ‘Mum, tell him, you know.’
She didn’t want him stressed, just had two strokes and a heart attack. She bascially said nah, doctors aren’t reporting these things. So we’re not getting the truth on that side as well.