by Sharon Rondeau

(Jan. 17, 2023) — Dan Hartman, a Canadian whose 17-year-old son died after taking the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in 2021, announced Tuesday he will co-host a “Twitter Spaces” discussion on Saturday evening at 7:00 p.m.

Hartman is one of an unknown number of bereaved since the rollout of the COVID “vaccines” which are increasingly suspected of causing hundreds of different adverse events (AEs) to include cardiac arrest, blood clots, a resurgence of previously latent cancers, tinnitus, vision problems, seizures and death, among others.

Hartman is known on Twitter as “@AnswersforSean, indicating his continuing efforts to obtain an explanation from the Canadian government for his son’s sudden death in his bedroom after a mandate from his youth hockey team led him to take the vaccine.

On Monday, a group of vaccine-injured and bereaved individuals, particularly parents who lost children, convened on Twitter Spaces to discuss possible ways to elevate their experiences and concerns to their elected representatives and offer comfort to one another as they make their painful journeys following the injury or death of a loved one.

In his Twitter timeline, Hartman has shared a myriad of photos and videos of his son, some of which he has admitted he cannot bring himself to watch.

An undated letter written in a child’s hand indicates Sean’s feelings for his father. “This one hurts so bad,” Hartman wrote to his Twitter audience.

Also on Saturday night at 8:30, APRN Michelle Peterson will co-host a Twitter Spaces meeting with other care providers on “care & resources” for those suffering from COVID vaccine injuries.

Last week, a group of physicians and attorneys, joined by other interested individuals, discussed what they saw as the pros and cons of the COVID-19 injectable products.

On December 16, Twitter CEO Elon Musk announced that “Spaces is back” following his temporary closure of the feature resulting from what he believed was a number of journalists’ disclosure endangering his family.

Prior to Musk’s acquisition of the platform last fall, Twitter often banned speech and accounts critical of the COVID vaccines or the government’s response to the pandemic. At times, Twitter managers would “warn” users that content might be misleading if it disagreed with public health agencies’ positions.

Musk pledged to restore freedom of speech with certain caveats.

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