Dr. Dimitri Ndina: 57-Years-Old, Died in Less Than Three Weeks After The Pfizer Injection
By The COVID Blog
Dr. Dimitri Ndina
ABC-affiliate WKRN in Nashville published a story on Thursday entitled, “COVID-19 takes life of longtime Nashville doctor, family says.” Dr. Dimitri Ndina was a pharmacist at Tennessee Oncology. He received his first dose of Pfizer mRNA sometime in the first week of December, his 19-year-old daughter, Alexa Ndina, told WKRN. Dr. Ndina, 57, fell extremely ill a few days after the shot. He was admitted to Ascension Saint Thomas Hospital Midtown on December 7.
Alexis told WKRN reporter Allie Lynch that her father “started to clot in his lower region…from his legs and started to work up.” She almost verbatim described a thromboembolism, a common adverse/deadly reaction from the mRNA injections. But reporter Lynch failed to follow-up on this information and allowed the fallacious “death by COVID-19” narrative to continue unabated. Alexis is unwilling or psychologically incapable of connecting the very obvious dots between the Pfizer injection and her father’s death.
Dr. Ndina spent the last two weeks of his life in a hospital before passing away on December 20, less than three weeks after the Pfizer injection. Granted everyone grieves differently. But the video version of the story shows an eerily jovial (and masked) Alexis as she describes the death of her father.