Orthopedic Surgeon Performed 800 Surgeries Per Year but Now Cannot Work Due to COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries
Dr. Joel Wallskog was an orthopedic surgeon in Wisconsin that saw 5000 patients a year and performed about 800 surgeries, before he took the experimental Moderna COVID-19 shot. Now he suffers from transverse myelitis which affects his spinal cord, and he has difficulty walking. He can no longer work as an orthopedic surgeon. His 19-year career that took him 14 years of schooling to accomplish, is now over. Dr. Wallskog gave this testimony in Washington D.C. during Senator Ron Johnson's Roundtable discussion earlier this month.