Brace yourselves for a shocker. Chris Cuomo seems to have had a sudden epiphany and is now spilling some hard truths about the COVID vaccine. It turns out Cuomo, who’s vaccinated, is dealing with vaccine injuries, and that’s prompted him to finally speak up. After years of us shouting it from the rooftops, Cuomo has now joined the ranks of the so-called “conspiracy theorists”—the very folks he once helped demonize during the “pandemic.”

Don’t forget, his brother, Andrew, the former governor of New York once said that the unvaccinated peasants would kill granny.

Yahoo News:

New York governor Andrew Cuomo implied at a briefing Monday that unvaccinated individuals could threaten the lives of their elderly family members by forgoing the inoculation.

“Maybe you go home and kiss your grandmother and wind-up killing your grandmother,” Cuomo said referring to those who have abstained from vaccination.

At the conference, the governor addressed the hesitancy among young people and general skeptics regarding receiving the shots. He specified that the outstanding vaccination target groups in the state are the “youthful” and the “doubtful.”

“There is an attitude of ‘they’ll be fine, why should they take the vaccine’,” Cuomo said. “Maybe you will get a long haul syndrome, that we’re not really sure what it is yet, but a lingering consequence of COVID.”

Cuomo’s comments about unvaccinated citizens endangering the elderly come as he continues to face a series of scandals, including allegations of a large scale cover-up of the coronavirus death toll in New York nursing homes.

Now, however, the former CNN host is singing a different tune, finally admitting that COVID jab injuries are real. But for those of us he blasted and mocked, should we expect an apology anytime soon? Don’t hold your breath.

Even the New York Times is weighing in now:

Within minutes of getting the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, Michelle Zimmerman felt pain racing from her left arm up to her ear and down to her fingertips. Within days, she was unbearably sensitive to light and struggled to remember simple facts.

She was 37, with a doctorate in neuroscience, and until then could ride her bicycle 20 miles, teach a dance class and give a lecture on artificial intelligence, all in the same day. Now, more than three years later, she lives with her parents. Eventually diagnosed with brain damage, she cannot work, drive or even stand for long periods of time.

“When I let myself think about the devastation of what this has done to my life, and how much I’ve lost, sometimes it feels even too hard to comprehend,” said Zimmerman, who believes her injury is due to a contaminated vaccine batch.

The COVID vaccines, a triumph of science and public health, are estimated to have prevented millions of hospitalizations and deaths. Yet even the best vaccines produce rare but serious side effects. And the COVID vaccines have been given to more than 270 million people in the United States, in nearly 677 million doses.

Zimmerman’s account is among the more harrowing, but thousands of Americans believe they suffered serious side effects after COVID vaccination. As of April, just over 13,000 vaccine-injury compensation claims have been filed with the federal government — but to little avail. Only 19% have been reviewed. Only 47 of those were deemed eligible for compensation, and only 12 have been paid out, at an average of about $3,600.

Some scientists fear that patients with real injuries are being denied help and believe that more needs to be done to clarify the possible risks.

The Old Grey Hag is once again too little, too late.

Here’s what else the New York Times had to say after investigating:

Understanding the full range of side effects may take years.

Federal health officials acknowledge four major side effects of COVID vaccines — not including the temporary injection site pain, fever and malaise that may accompany the shots.

But in federal databases, thousands of Americans have reported that COVID vaccines caused ringing in the ears, dizziness, brain fog, sharp fluctuations in blood pressure and heart rate, new or relapsed autoimmune conditions, hives, vision problems, kidney disorders, tingling, numbness and a loss of motor skills.

Now they tell us?