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Branden Nail

Branden Nail is professionally trained in cybersecurity and computer engineering.

He enjoyed a robust and vibrant life alongside his wife and two young children until a vaccine injury in June 2021 altered the course of his journey.

My name is Branden Nail. Up until the morning of June 4th, 2021, I was a perfectly healthy 37-year-old father of two beautiful girls, and a husband to the most amazing woman in the world, Cristy.

On the morning of June 4th, 2021, I awoke with a crick on the right side of my neck/trap area. In just two hours, I was reduced to tears due to debilitating chronic pain that affected my arms, neck, back, and head. Prior to this, I weighed 214 lbs and led an active and healthy life. Within a span of 30 days, I underwent numerous medical consultations, scans, and examinations, including MRI, CT scans, and X-rays. These tests revealed diagnoses of degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, herniated discs, pinched nerves, and more—a series of conditions that left me stunned.

For 37 years, I had enjoyed good health, until a seemingly ordinary night's sleep led to an extraordinary ordeal. On July 1st, 2021, I had my first surgery, an Anterior Cervical Discectomy Fusion of C5/C6. I awoke from surgery with the doctors at my bedside asking, "How do you feel?" I responded, "It all still hurts exactly as it did before. Nothing's changed; please make it stop." I was met with a chuckle and written off as being "on medication." Rightfully so, to be honest. Unfortunately, that wasn't my reality. My reality that day is as it still is today—a constant health battle in one way or another. I spent the next four months going from specialist to specialist, all ending in the same way, until November 2021.

I sought help from Dr. Jordan Vaughn, who diagnosed me with a vaccine injury in November 2021 and initiated FLCCC protocols. I also reached out to the CDC after receiving my injury diagnosis. I submitted a VAERS report in December 2021. Regrettably, to this day, I have not received a response from the CDC. I'm currently still working every day to improve my injury and symptoms. Over the next ten weeks, I followed my Dr’s protocols. We were able to completely rid my lungs of all micro-clots. However, none of my other symptoms have been successfully treated.

Professionally, I have earned a B.A. in Computer Science and an M.A. in Software Engineering. I have cultivated expertise in a range of areas including Cyber Security, agile program development, Level 3 IP Networking, Big Data, Six Sigma Black Belt, CCNA, CompTIA Security+, CompTIA Network+, Certified ScrumMaster, DevOps, and Machine Learning Certification.

In addition to my personal health battle, my dedication to charitable causes has always been an integral part of my life. However, my involvement with other charities, such as the American Heart Foundation, March for Babies, and Toys for Tots, has been hindered by my injury. My capacity to contribute has been significantly impacted since the onset of my health challenges.

Despite these challenges, my commitment to React19 remains unwavering. Empathy, support, and advocacy guide my mission values. My goal is to bring awareness and change legislation to protect the rights of children, families, and individuals.