Adams ran to be the Republican Party's candidate for Nevada's first congressional district, but lost in the primaries. Last year, when she was applying to work at the office of a member of Congress, she found out that she wouldn't even be considered if she was unvaccinated.
This is why, in Sept. 2021, Adams got the first dose of Moderna's mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. At the time, Nevada had a COVID-19 vaccine mandate in place for students in higher education, state workers and contractors and workers in high-risk fields like healthcare and corrections. This mandate has since been rescinded, except for healthcare workers.
"I resisted for a while, [but] I really wanted the job," said Adams. "So, I went and got the vaccine, and the results were pretty bad."
"It was voluntary," admitted Adams of her own experience. "And I think a lot of people can be pressured into doing something. Just through peer pressure, through propaganda."
Adams' first symptoms started one to two weeks after the injection. She noted that she wasn't certain when the symptoms began because she was not sure if they were symptoms or not. (Related: Autopsy confirms Kansas woman died due to allergic reaction to Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.)
Her first symptom was soreness at the injection site, which she shrugged off. "They keep saying, 'Your arm will be sore, it's fine,'" she recalled. "But it didn't go away."
"I was supposed to get two doses, and after the first dose, I realized I wasn't going to be able to complete the doses. I had a very bad reaction," said Adams. After experiencing sharp stabbing pains at the injection site in her arm, she started getting "extremely exhausted [with] heavy fatigue… It was so extreme, it was almost like narcolepsy." The sharp pain in her arm then spread to the rest of her body, including her legs.
Shroyer noted that this situation is frustrating because if people like Adams experience adverse effects after being forced to get vaccinated, they can't sue the COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers. "They're pretty much above the law," he said. "And so, it's really a sad situation that so many people were either pressured into getting the vaccine or forced to get the vaccine, and if they have a side effect, there's no recourse."
The host also recalled an interview Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had with Joe Rogan, where he admitted that he's unvaccinated and was pressured into lying about his vaccination status to keep his job.
"He said when the NFL sent the health experts to the locker rooms to pressure the players into getting the vaccines, Rodgers asked the guy, 'Well, what sort of repercussions or protections do we have if you force us to get a vaccine and we have a side effect? Can we sue you? Can you be held accountable?'" recalled Shroyer.
"And of course, the answer is no," he continued. "You can't sue these vaccine manufacturers."
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Watch Jane Adams' full interview with Owen Shroyer of InfoWars discussing the pressure she felt to get the COVID-19 vaccine and the severe symptoms she experienced afterward.