Caitlin Gotze: 23-Year-Old Australian Horse Stable Foreman Dead Seven Weeks After Second mRNA Injection, Mother Wonders If “Pfizer Vaccine Stopped Her Heart”
By The COVID Blog
Ms. Caitlin Gotze
GOWRIE JUNCTION, QUEENSLAND — A 23-year-old Australia woman is dead, and her mother is not buying the alleged cause of death – and neither are we.
Ms. Caitlin Gotze worked for Hatch Racing, a race horse operation in the Glenvale. She’d been with the organization since early 2019, and held the title of stable foreman since April 2021, according to the Toowoomba Chronicle (link blocked by paywall). A stable foreman is responsible for day-to-day care of the horses, including feeding, monitoring health, and grooming. They also mentor and supervise other staff. It’s unclear if Hatch Racing mandated the shots.
Ms. Gotze received her first Pfizer mRNA injection on or around September 7, according to her mother, Mrs. Raelene Gotze (aka Raelene Kennedy). Raelene said Caitlin fell “really ill” after the shot, to the point that she was bedridden for a week. Caitlin returned to work the following week, putting in 60 hours to make up for the lost time. Despite what sounds like a severe adverse reaction to the first shot, Caitlin received the second Pfizer injection on September 28.
She either fought through subsequent adverse effects for several weeks, or experienced none. Ms. Gotze seems to really love her job and horses, so it’s likely she went to work at far less than 100% during that time.
Tragic turn of events
Ms. Gotze was out with her friends on Saturday, November 13. She suffered a “severe asthma attack” that day. Ms. Gotze drove herself to the hospital. Doctors prescribed antibiotics, steroids and more/different inhalers. Ms. Gotze went to her regular doctor the following Monday, November 15. He told her to simply continue the protocols prescribed by the hospital doctor. There’s no indication that her regular doctor performed any further tests.
After another day of rest, Ms. Gotze returned to work on Tuesday, November 16. She apparently got through the day without issue. But on Wednesday, November 17, she had another alleged asthma attack while at work. Ms. Gotze went to her car to retrieve her inhalers. Her co-workers got worried when she didn’t return to the stables after several minutes. They went to check on Ms. Gotze and found her unresponsive in her car. Co-workers performed CPR until paramedics arrived. But it was too late. Ms. Gotze passed away that day.