by Sharon Rondeau

(Jan. 21, 2023) — On Friday night, the mother of a severely vaccine-injured teenager announced she will be a guest on “Fox & Friends” at 7:20 a.m. Saturday to provide an update on her daughter’s medical condition.

Stephanie de Garay’s daughter Maddie, then 12 years old, participated in a clinical trial through the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. After receiving the second injection, Maddie experienced a myriad of adverse events resulting in her inability to walk and ingest food normally. She remains wheelchair-bound today.

A video circulated on social media depicts Maddie as an active pre-teen prior to her participation in the trial. On January 11, Dr. Pierre Kory, co-founder of the FLCCC Alliance, posted the video in his Twitter timeline under the hashtag, “#MaddiedeGaray” with the commentary, “Pfizer’s trial only vaccinated 1,131 children so a single serious injury would have made the vaccine too dangerous. Maddie’s story shows just how far medicine will go to betray and gaslight patients who threaten its narrative. We may never know who else was swept under the rug.”

Kory was only recently reinstated to Twitter following Elon Musk’s acquisition of the platform in late October.

According to the video footage, January 21 is the two-year anniversary of Maddie’s downward spiral to long-term disability.

de Garay has previously been a guest on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” and she has spoken on her daughter’s behalf at Sen. Ron Johnson’s (R-WI) June 28, 2021 roundtable, one of the earliest public acknowledgements that the vaccines were causing serious adverse events.

In response, several Wisconsin physicians claimed Johnson’s assembly promoted “misinformation” and discouraged the public from “getting vaccinated” to “save lives.”

Last June, de Garay wrote that “severe stomach/neck and back pain, brain fog, vision problems, dysautonomia and more” were some of her daughter’s symptoms.

A photo of the de Garay family prior to COVID appears on de Garay’s Facebook page.

At 6:56 a.m., Fox & Friends weekend co-host Pete Hegseth announced de Garay’s appearance “next hour” after reporting Maddie’s two-year disability.

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