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SUDBURY, Ontario (LifeSiteNews) – A fully jabbed Canadian senator who died as a result of a monthlong battle with COVID continued to promote the “protection” of the injections only shortly before her death.

Josée Forest-Niesing, 56, who had an autoimmune condition that affected her lungs, contracted COVID last month, according to her office.

She was sent home on November 14 after spending a month in the hospital battling the virus, but her condition later deteriorated before her passing last week.

Despite dying due to her struggle with the virus even though she had two full jabs, just last week her office released a statement praising the injections.

“Senator Forest-Niesing would like to remind all Canadians of the importance of vaccination,” her office said.

“(She) remains convinced her fight would have been much different if it had not been for this protection.”

Speaker of the Senate George Furey released a statement on Saturday to “extend my condolences to all her family, friends and loved ones.”

A lawyer, Forest-Niesing was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2018. She sat with the Independent Senators Group, which is mostly made up of people affiliated with the Liberal party.

Despite the Canadian government praising the effectiveness of the COVID jabs, trials have never produced evidence that vaccines stop infection or transmission. In fact, they do not even claim to reduce hospitalization, but the measurement of success is in preventing severe symptoms of COVID-19.

Forest-Niesing’s death from complications due to COVID despite the fact she had the jabs comes at a time when thousands of Canadians are being fired from their jobs because they have chosen to not get the injections.

Canada’s federal government has mandated that all democratically elected MPs and staff must have the COVID jabs to enter the House of Commons. The House resumed sitting today.

Just recently, a Canadian physician from Alberta, Dr. Chris Gordillo, talked about the ill effects he has witnessed from the injections.

“I’ve seen strokes, I’ve seen Bell’s palsy, I’ve seen a heart attack, blood clots, I’ve seen breathing disorders where people just cannot breathe after they’ve had these vaccines,” Gordillo said at an October rally in Edmonton.

In an opinion piece reprinted by LifeSiteNews, investigative journalist Jordan Schachtel wrote that the  “mRNA ‘cure’ has not lived up to its admittedly impossible to achieve standards.”

“Today we know that the shots serve as something akin to a potential 6-9 month prophylactic with unknown long-term side effects. The expiring efficacy, which was best observed through first mover nations like Israel and Ireland, brought about the booster shot regime, but no recognition from world governments that the shots seem to be expiring,” Schachtel wrote.

“Government Health officials and major pharmaceutical companies have leveraged these half truths, as part of a CYA campaign for elected officials and a money grab for Pfizer, Moderna, and those interested in injecting 5-year-olds with expiring experimental shots.”

Last week, Health Canada approved the still experimental Pfizer COVID jab for children ages 5 to 11.

The COVID-19 injections approved for emergency use in Canada, including the Pfizer jab, all have connections to cells derived from aborted babies.

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