Source:  Jim Hoft

Denver police officer, Jose Manriquez, who previously lost his ability to walk after reluctantly taking the COVID-19 vaccine was hospitalized Friday after experiencing symptoms of a stroke.  Jose Manriquez lost his ability to speak and suffered the loss of mental clarity, numbness, unsteadiness, etc.

Jose Manriquez received the mandatory vaccine on August 22, 2021, and immediately started having a bad reaction. Since receiving the vaccine he has not been able to return to work and his future is uncertain. After receiving a dose of the vaccine he developed severe tremors and had trouble sleeping due to the amount of pain in his legs.   He has fallen a number of times and basically can’t walk.

And now his situation is even worse.

Officer Manriquez was hospitalized after experiencing symptoms of a stroke. Attorney Randy Corporon sent out an email update to Gateway Pundit. Here’s an excerpt:

I just hung up with Jose and he has authorized me to share this information.  He believes sharing his story is more important than his medical privacy.

I am uncertain about exact times but, of course, will get medical records and documentation as we move forward.

I believe it was Friday, while at a doctor’s appointment, that Jose experienced symptoms of a stroke, loss of speech, loss of mental clarity, numbness, unsteadiness, etc.  He was hospitalized and kept overnight.  Testing did NOT verify a stroke but, as a result, instead of being told that he can schedule with a neurologist in 6 months or so, they are scheduling him with a neurologist to be seen tomorrow.  We will know the time when they call tomorrow.

Please update your story, or just your records, as you see fit.

Thank you for your willingness to tell this side of the mandatory vax story.

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