Who was Haley Link Brinkmeyer? Indiana woman dies 2 days after getting Covid vaccine, mother alleges conspiracy

Haley's mother Shauna allegedly spread conspiracy theories that state the vaccine was made for 'depopulation'


                            Who was Haley Link Brinkmeyer? Indiana woman dies 2 days after getting Covid vaccine, mother alleges conspiracy
Haley Link Brinkmeyer (Courier Press)

A 28-year-old physical therapist from Indiana died in her home just two days after she had taken her Covid-19 vaccine, reports said. Haley Link Brinkmeyer received an "mRNA" vaccine that is "believed to be either" Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccine as per COVID Blog - a platform operated by COVID Legal USA that helps file litigation against companies that are enforcing mandatory coronavirus policies.

Haley's mother, Shauna O'Neill Link, told the blog that her daughter's death on January 21 shocked the family. Shauna also allegedly spread conspiracy theories that state the vaccine was made for "depopulation," as per a Facebook comment by her. The blog shared Link's comment that read, "My 28-year-old daughter took the vaccine on a Tuesday and she was dead by Thursday." She added, "Autopsy shows no other red flags. Corner (sic) has assured us he will get to the bottom of this vaccine crap. Anything with Bill Gates or Quack Fauci’s name attached should be a red flag. Depopulation my folks, depopulation. That’s their objective."

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Who is Haley Link Brinkmeyer?

Haley was born on August 4, 1992, and is the youngest daughter to Shauna and Steve Link. The 28-year-old had attended Cynthia Heights Grade School, Helfrich Park Middle School before graduating in 2011 from Reitz High as per her obituary. In 2018, Haley, who also played soccer, softball, and basketball, graduated from the University of Evansville with a doctorate in physical therapy. She was also part of the AOII Sorority and worked at North River Health Campus, a senior living facility in Indiana.

The physical therapist met her husband, Evan R. Brinkmeyer, when they were both attending Reitz High - they were homecoming king and queen. The high school sweethearts had been married for two years. Besides her husband and parents, Haley is survived by her sisters, Kayci Merriwether (Ryan) and Jackie Pullom (Nate). The obituary also revealed that a celebration of Haley's life was held on January 29, 2021, at The Turning Pointe United Methodist Church. The burial was held at Zoar United Church of Christ in Evansville. The family had also said that contribution can be made to The Haley Link Brinkmeyer Foundation, c/o Banterra Bank that will "provide assistance and medicine for diabetes patients."

Haley's father-in-law, James Brinkmeyer, had posted pictures of her back on January 24. He wrote, "Our hearts have been broken upon the passing of Evan's wife and high school sweetheart Haley Link Brinkmeyer. No words can express the depths of the loss being felt by Haley and Evan's families. We will put our faith in God to give us strength as we try to understand why. Please pray for Haley and Evan and their families. Lastly, if you have kids give them a hug today and tell them you love them."

The Daily Mail reported that the news of Haley's passing was shared on Twitter by Dr. Richard Urso, an ophthalmologist from Houston. "No reason for young people to feel they “need” this vaccine. IFR is extremely low," he had written. The doctor had been reported to the Texas Medical Board for using hydroxychloroquine in patients as per The Texan. The complaint against him was dismissed by the Board who said that there was "insufficient evidence to prove that a violation of the Medical Practice Act occurred."



 

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