Sarah Jessica Blattner, a 14-year-old Israeli American girl with an underlying health condition, died in her sleep on October 12th reportedly from a heart attack after receiving one dose of the Pfizer vaccine five months earlier.
Her parents decided to finally speak out three months after her death and urged the public not to vaccinate their kids. In their case, it was a big “mistake.”
Blattner was diagnosed with cancer when she was nine months old. She survived and has been living cancer-free for 11 years according to her Twitter post way back in 2020.
Hi @ColleenB123 my name is Sarah Jessica and I was diagnosed with cancer when I was nine months old and I survived now I am 11 years cancer free (I am 13 years old now) I donated $10.09 and would love to have one of the zoom calls or the merch or the iPad #cancerbackoff pic.twitter.com/MxoB1zpvie
— Sara Jessica Blattner (@ThisisSJB) November 29, 2020
According to a Facebook post, Blattner’s mom, Ilana, shared that they need to give her the COVID vaccine because she is at risk due to her underlying health condition. “It was important for us to give her the vaccine due to low lung capacity due to scoliosis (spinal curvature) that developed from a young age (because of an oncological disease from which she suffered up to two years old).”
Before Blattner received the vaccine, she underwent surgery that was supposed to improve her leg rest and her posture. A day after the surgery, she was able to walk.
Suddenly she couldn’t stand or walk one week after receiving the vaccine. Her doctor admitted it was a neurological phenomenon related to the vaccine and it would pass. Also, a few days before her death, she complained about her strong heartbeats. Her doctors assumed she probably had a heart attack.
Read the full excerpt from the Facebook post:
Jessica Blattner’s passing was publicly announced by Riverside Gordon Memorial Chapels in Miami, FL.
Here’s a 3-minute short clip from her 14-minute testimony posted on her Youtube account in December:
You can watch the full video here.