Pro-vax GOP representative now regrets taking COVID vaccine after suffering “severe”

Let’s be clear – Nancy Mays is a younger/smarter version of Liz Cheney. He hates the MAGA movement, but he’s smart… like DeSantis, he’s an establishment flunky who’s reinvented himself, so he won’t lose his job, but his tried and true “old ways” are always lurking. He can’t be trusted, no matter how many “Trey Gowdy-style” media moments he conjures up. So, based on all this, I am very concerned when I hear any news about him. So, while I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt when it comes to this particular story, I still don’t know if I 100 percent believe what he’s doing.

Like a typical politician, early on, Nancy tried to play both sides of the fence in the vaccine debate. He’ll go on Fox News and shut down Vaxx, and then on the same day, he’ll praise it on CNN.

This bizarre two-pronged approach to vaccines occurred in 2021:

CBS News 2 reports that Congresswoman Nancy Mays is making waves on social media after she was heard on both Fox News and CNN with differing views on the COVID-19 vaccine.

This came after the United States announced a ban on travel to South Africa for the newly identified Omicron variant. Rep. Mays appeared on Fox News early Sunday morning where he pointed to people infected with COVID-19 instead of getting the vaccine as prevention.

“One of the things the CDC hasn’t done — and no policymaker at the federal level has done yet — is take into account what natural immunity does, and that’s what we’re seeing in Florida. In some studies I’ve read, natural immunity is 27 times more likely to prevent future Covid infections than vaccination. Protection,” he told host Jason Chaffetz on Sunday Morning Future. “So, we need to take all science into account and not pick and choose which science to follow when making policy decisions.”

Mays, who represents South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District, later appeared on CNN where he told host and Chief White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins that he was a big supporter of vaccinations and other COVID-19 prevention methods.

When asked if he was encouraging people in his community to get vaccinated, especially with the new variant, Mays responded by saying, “I’ve been an advocate for vaccinations and wearing masks when we need them. When we had the delta variant raging in South Carolina I wrote an op-ed to my community and I work with our state health department.”

He added, “I’ve been doing ads in my district to encourage vaccination and when we have these forms and we have these spikes to take all precautions from washing your hands to wearing an N95 or KN95 mask. Medical mask. There is a significant, statistically significant number of people who are protected from COVID by wearing these masks.”

So, now, Nancy has come out and claims that she regrets ever getting the vaccine, because now she has severe damage to her heart, and other problems, and the doctors can’t explain why…

The Washington Times reported that Republican Nancy Mays said Wednesday that she “greatly regrets” taking the COVID-19 vaccine after experiencing unexplained medical complications after her second dose.

The South Carolina Republican made the revelations during House Oversight and Accountability hearings focused on Twitter’s censorship of Hunter Biden’s laptop story and Twitter’s collusion with federal agents to suppress free speech ahead of the 2020 election.

Twitter’s former chief legal officer Vijaya Gadde, former deputy general counsel James Baker and former trust and safety chief Yoel Roth faced lawmakers for the first time since Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk released internal “Twitter files” that showed the platform’s left-leaning leanings toward conservative views. Incited censorship.

Ms Mays questioned three witnesses about the decision to post the flag by Stanford doctor Joy Bhattacharya, who has criticized the government’s response to the pandemic.

“I, along with many Americans, have long-term effects from Covid,” he said. “Not only was I a long-term carrier, I also had vaccine exposure. It wasn’t the first shot, but it was the second shot that I now developed asthma that never went away from the second shot. I have tremors in my left hand and I have occasional heart pains that no doctor can explain.

I believe that this really happened to Nancy, don’t get me wrong… and I am so sorry that she is dealing with injuries and illnesses that could have been prevented. But he is an opportunist, and the way he presents the facts makes me suspicious.

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