Mrs. Amanda Makulec.

Source: Admin

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A 35-year-old woman with a master’s degree in public health is grieving the unnecessary death of her infant son, in yet another very disturbing story of post-injection pregnancy.

Mrs. Amanda Makulec received her first mRNA injection on March 17, according to web archives. Note Mrs. Makulec locked her Twitter account last week so you can no longer see her timeline unless she approves you to do so. It’s unclear whether she received Pfizer or Moderna (not that it matters), and when she received the second injection. But if she followed CDC guidelines, she likely received the second shot towards the end of April.

Mrs. Makulec is a walking, talking billboard for Pfizer and Moderna. She literally regurgitates every Centers for Disease Control and mainstream media talking point that they repeat until people believe it’s true.

She is lukewarm with her Johnson & Johnson fanaticism, as demonstrated in April after the CDC halted use of said shots in the United States for what amounted to a few days.

Mrs. Makulec also uses alt-liberal language that indicates she takes everything Democrats say as gospel.

Pregnancy and very unfortunate death

Mrs. Makulec became pregnant sometime in October or November 2020 with her second child. He was born in mid-July 2021. Shortly after the child she calls “Baby Z” was born, Mrs. Makulec shared dangerous, irresponsible propaganda about mRNA injections and pregnancy. She talked about “sharing her immune protections” with Baby Z both in utero and via breastfeeding.

She really picked up her vaxx advocacy and coercion in September. Several tweets contained the hashtag #GetVaccinated. Mrs. Makulec spoke of her “two littles” on September 18 while referencing a New York Times article that we won’t be linking here.

Nine days later, Mrs. Makulec tweeted that her 2 1/2 month old baby boy “passed away unexpectedly and suddenly.”

She locked her Twitter account less than 12 hours later after several people pointed out that “vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences.”

Mrs. Makulec received her master’s degree in public health from Boston University in 2010. She describes herself as “an enthusiast for using data for social good and public health.”