Jane Elaine Pierson Williamson // Wyoming, USA // Moderna

Date of vaccine: 01/27/2021 (#1) – 04/26/2022 (#4)

Date of death: 08/15/2022

Age: 84

 

Vaccine Lot #s: 029L20A; 056A22A        Was the death reported to VAERS?: Yes       Was the death reported to vSafe?: No

 

Timeline of events leading up to the death 

01/27/21: SHOT WITH MODERNA #029L20A02/24/21: SHOT WITH MODERNA #011A21A11/12/21: SHOT WITH MODERNA #032F21A04/26/22: SHOT WITH MODERNA #056A22A08/16/22: DIED SUDDEN CARDIAC EVENT

 

Describe in more detail your loved one’s symptoms and timeline of their reactions until their passing.

MY MOM PASSED AWAY ON MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 2022, IN BUFFALO WYOMING WHERE SHE HAD BEEN ON VACATION. NO HEALTH CONCERNS AT ALL. NO SIGNS, NO SYMPTOMS, NO ILLNESS, NO INJURY, NO PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS, NO CANCER, NO AUTO-IMMUNE ISSUES, NO GASTRO-INTESTINAL PROBLEMS. SHE WAS ON VACATION. I TALKED WITH HER SUNDAY, AUGUST 14TH AND SHE TOLD ME ABOUT THE PAST TWO WEEKS WITH THE COUNTY FAIR, FRIENDS AND FAMILY SHE HAD SEEN, THE TETON MOUNTAINS AND BEAUTY OF HER BELOVED BIGHORN MOUNTAINS. MY AUNT MARILYN’S SHEEP, HER NIECES AND NEPHEWS, SORORITY SISTERS. SHE WAS HEAD HOME ON THURSDAY BACK TO SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA. ALL WAS WELL IN THE WORLD UNTIL IT WASN’T. SHE WOKE UP MONDAY AUGUST 15TH AT 6AM. WENT TO THE BATHROOM AND WHEN MY AUNT WENT TO BRING HER COFFEE AT 8AM SHE WAS GONE. HEART STOPPED THAT FAST. MODERNA POISONING. OVERDOSE. SPIKE PROTEIN SHOT TO THE HEART. THE CORONER CALLED IT “SUDDEN ADULT DEATH SYNDROME” OR SADS. SUDDEN CARDIAC EVENT. I BEGGED FOR THEM TO LOOK AT HER ARTERIES FOR THE AMYLOID CLOTS THE FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARE FINDING. MY MOM WANTED TO BE CREMATED SO NO FUNERAL BUT I WAS SCREAMING FOR ANYWAY THEY COULD LOOK AT THOSE VEINS. IF SHE HAD THOSE IN HER BODY, SO DO I, AND SO DOES HER GRANDCHILDREN. WE DESERVED TO KNOW.BUT MY BROTHER AND AUNT DIDN’T SEE THE NEED TO ANYTHING “EXTRAORDINARY”. SHE WENT PEACEFULLY SO WHY MAKE A FUSS. THAT WAS MY NIECE WHO HELD POWER OF ATTORNEY’S EXACT WORDS. “GRANDMA WOULDN’T WANT ANY FUSS”. OF COURSE SHE DIDN’T WANT A FUSS. SHE WAS TALKING ABOUT THE FUNERAL SERVICES. NOT INVESTIGATING HER MURDER. IF SHE WAS SHOT WITH FOUR BULLETS FROM A .357 HANDGUN AT THE HANDS OF A SOCIOPATH IN A HOODIE, WOULDN’T YOU AND THE SHERIFF WANT TO GET THOSE SLUGS AND RUN THEM THROUGH FORENSICS?I COULD NOT MAKE THEM SEE THE PARALLEL. THAT THERE WERE FOUR SHOTS. FOUR SHOTS OF POISON INJECTED INTO HER BY A SOCIOPATH IN A LABCOAT. AND HER LIFE WAS IMPORTANT. IT WAS SPECIAL. SHE DESERVES JUSTICE AND SHE WOULD WANT THOSE AMYLOID SLUGS PULLED OUT OF HER FOR THE SAKE OF HER GRANDCHILDREN’S FUTURE. BUT BECAUSE THE GOVERNMENT AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARE NOT BEING TRANSPARENT AND HONEST, NOBODY IN MY FAMILY BELIEVES MY RESEARCH, MUST LESS ME. THIS IS “MY CRUSADE”. HOW IMMORALE IT IS TO “USE” HER DEATH. THAT HURTS. THIS TYRANNICAL GROUP OF MURDERERS WHO KNOW THE TRUTH AND CONTINUE THIS MANIPULATION AND DE-POPULATION WILL BE HELD TO ACCOUNT. IT’S IMPORTANT WE DOCUMENT THESE STORIES.

 

Tell us about your loved one and what you want people to know about them. How do you want them to be remembered?

Mom was born on March 2, 1938, in the Buffalo home built by her father, Charles Joseph Pierson Jr. and mother, Jennie Sheperd Pierson. The home on N. Adams was the gathering place for the Pierson clan especially at fair time. Mom loved planning annual reunions and the family portraits we took sitting on hay bales out back of Grammy’s house are a treasure Jane gave us for future generations. She graduated from Johnson County High School in 1956 and the University of Wyoming in 1960 with a degree in elementary education. We were both alumni of UW and followed the Pokes to most football bowl games. She loved being a Tri-Delt and was the only person who could sing every word to Rag Time Cowboy Joe!My brother and I were both born in Minnesota and in 1969 my dad’s company, Control Data, moved the software division from Minnesota to a new and budding place called “Silicon Valley.” We moved into this new, stucco home in Sunnyvale, California with a pool. Having been raised in Wyoming and living in Minneapolis Mom LOVED the climate and the apricot trees in our backyard. She immersed herself in the culture by learning how to dry apricots, playing golf during the week at Sunken Gardens and creating jean purses sold at art and craft fundraisers.When teaching jobs became scarce in the 80’s she started her new career path up the executive assistant/secretarial ladder. She was a consummate professional known for her meticulous recordkeeping and dedication to the executives she supported beginning at Signetics and ending at Symmetricom. She was also well known in the Real Estate community of Woodside and Menlo Park where she worked many Saturdays over the past 20+ years.Volunteering and giving to her community were an important part of her life’s adventures. She gave her time to Sunnyvale Community Services for decades up until the day she passed. She used her creative skills to make Sunnyvale Metro pennants during her son’s heyday as a baseball player. Mom created beautiful works of embroidery, and her sewing skills were used as she made all the dresses I wore to the annual Sunnyvale Rainbow Girls conventions. She had been a member of the Job’s Daughters, Daughter of the American Revolution, Delta Delta Delta Sorority and University of Wyoming Alumni Association. There was rarely a night where she was not at an event at De Anza College Flint Center, Sunnyvale Community Players, and the Performing Arts Center (and many, many others too many to name!).Her grandchildren were her world. Mom was an active participant in every hobby, school activity, athletic teams, and fundraiser (her famous line when a grandchild would call to take her order was “how much $ do you need to get the prize you want”). Her passing leaves a huge hole in those kids’ hearts and lives. Any tribute to my Mother would not be complete without the mention of her other passions: the San Francisco Giants, Golden State Warriors, San Francisco 49ers, San Jose Sharks, Michigan State, Stanford University baseball and of course the Pokes. She was the mastermind behind our family “Thanksgiving at Golden Gate Fields Turf Club” event she planned for decades. Mom’s presence at her many bridge groups will be really hard for those ladies who she loved (and often beat at her favorite card game!). She was a proud member of the Committee (COA, ZT, Pansy and Jane) who would hold their weekly Board meetings at the Outback in Cupertino. Again, legendary. Everything that Jane Williamson was part of was legendary and unforgettable.She was the most amazing human being on the planet.

 

What would you like others to know?

I want everyone to know how incredibly horrific this is and yet, we need to honor those who have fallen at the hands of this criminal cabal, ala Hitler. We owe our loved one’s the truth. Our future generations depend on it. I know the pain of having to relive the passing and argue or fight with family who are still blind to reality. But that veil will lift and if you know the truth, no matter who tells you anything differently, it is your truth. And it’s therapeutic and part of the healing process. I can testify to that. And if there is anything I can do to support your grieving process, or if anyone thinks my mom’s murder should be told I am always available. If any law firm has a case against Moderna, or a class action of any kind, or an opportunity to sue the Santa Clara County Public Health Director for willful misconduct or fraud or whatever you call fear-mongering and harassment of those residents, LET ME KNOW. Because that Director was so good at her job, Santa Clara County has one of the highest vaccination rates. (85% have been vaccinated with primary series vs total State at 72% and Butte County where I live at 63%). FUNNY HOW BUTTE COUNTY HAS FEWER CASES AND A LOWER DEATH RATE FROM COVID. SANTA CLARA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH HAS A LOT OF BLOOD ON IT’S HANDS.

 

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