Why isn’t the Biden administration stepping up to aid vaccine-injured clinical trial volunteers?Comcast declines to air ad on network.

Source: Nworeport

A child suffering debilitating injuries as a result of participating in Covid-19 vaccine trials is calling out to the Biden administration for help.

The story of 13-year-old vaccine research volunteer Maddie is laid out in a short video put out by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation.

“President Biden, this is Maddie. She’s 13 and wants to be a nurse,” the video states, showing pictures and video of the happy, healthy young girl.

“When the Covid vaccine became available she volunteered for the Pfizer clinical trial. She wanted to help.”

“This is her now,” the narrator says, as the video cuts to footage of Maddie sobbing in a hospital bed and asking for help taking a tube out of her nose.

“There are others across the country like her, but they are ignored by the FDA and the media.”

Other footage shows Maddie suffering convulsions and seizures.

“Maddie stepped up to help America. Who’s going to step up to help Maddie?” concludes the video.

The video was reportedly set to run as an ad on the Comcast cable network, however it was pulled before it could be aired, according to chatter on social media.

“Maddie’s mother will be testifying at the FDA’s VRBPAC Meeting on Pfizer Data on October 26th,” reports the Gateway Pundit.

“The public can submit public comments to the FDA for its VRBPAC meeting on Pfizer Data taking place 10/26 for Children ages 5-11. A link to submit a public comment can be found here.”

Maddie is the same girl whose mother, Stephanie, spoke out about her vaccine injuries during a hearing held by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) earlier this year.