Twitter CEO Elon Musk admitted on Saturday that he experienced “major side effects” and felt like he was “dying” after the second experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.
Elon posted this on Twitter in response to Scott Adams.
Scott Adams tweeted a poll posted by Rasmussen Reports, asking “How do we interpret this?”
“Question: 68% of 260M Adults (177M) indicate they received the COVID-19 VAX and 7% of those reported major side effects. That translates (177 x .07) into approx 12M people. The CDC says major side effects are ‘rare,’” Rasmussen Reports stated.
“How many people does CDC estimate had major side effects?”
Musk also revealed that his young, healthy cousin had to go to the hospital due to a serious case of myocarditis.
“And my cousin, who is young & in peak health, had a serious case of myocarditis. Had to go to the hospital,” Musk explained.
Musk said he had COVID-19 before taking any experimental shots and that it felt like a “mild cold.”
“I had OG C19 before vaccines came out and it was basically a mild cold. Then had J&J vaccine with no bad effects, except my arm hurt briefly. First mRNA booster was ok, but the second one crushed me,” Musk explained.
Musk said getting the shot wasn’t his choice and that it was required during a visit to Tesla Giga Berlin.
“Was required to visit Tesla Giga Berlin. Not my choice,” Musk said.
Twitter users reacted to Musk’s admission: