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A Comedian is Mocking Jesus and People Who Don’t Take Vaccines — Then a Tragic Accident Happens

Comedian Heather McDonald was doing a comedy bit at the Tempe Improv in Arizona on Saturday night. After mocking people who believe in Jesus and those who oppose forced Covid vaccination, the comedian was in for a fall. Watch:

“I don’t meant to brag,” she said. “I don’t care. But I want you to know: Double vaxxed, booster, flu shot, and, I’m going to be honest, I have the shingles shot, too.”

“And I still get my period,” she joked unironically. “What?”

She went on to say that she traveled and even went on tour, never got Covid. “Clearly, Jesus loves me the most,” she quipped.

Then she teetered awkwardly and collapsed on stage. Twitter commenters noted the irony, but generally wished her the best.

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There were other remarks about the comedian’s performance and her collapse on stage.

“Mother of all mic drops,” one commenter remarked.

“They really thought it was part of the bit,” another observed. “Guy laughing hysterically.”

“She gets the opportunity to repent. I wonder if she will?” author James Davison asked.

On McDonald’s “Juicy Scoop” podcast, she said that the medical tests showed she had a skull fracture and a concussion.

“They checked everything over and over again, and now I’m just recovering from having a concussion,” McDonald said. “So, I did have a fracture in my skull – right in the back of my head – which caused some bleeding, but then the next CAT scan the morning after showed that it was already starting to heal itself.”

McDonald gave everyone a health update on Sunday following her nasty fall. She posted it onto Facebook.

“Heather performed at the Tempe Improv on Friday night, Feb 4 with no incident,” the Facebook post said. “She spent Saturday morning uneventfully with her son.”

“On Saturday night, Heather began her 7pm show at the Improv, she was on stage for approximately 3 minutes and suddenly collapsed,” the status said. “As a result of the fall, she suffered a skull fracture. She had consumed no alcohol prior to or during the show. She was admitted to a local hospital where comprehensive work up underway. Thus far the tests have revealed no underlying medical issues that may have precipitated this event.

“Approximately 3 weeks ago Heather had her COVID booster,”the update said. “She was tested for COVID and remains negative.”

So, now America knows that it wasn’t Covid. She had no underlying health conditions. And the only thing that had changed recently is she had a booster three weeks ago.

This is all way too much medical information to be sharing in public about each other. It also shows that when it comes to people’s personal medical choices: Judge not, lest you be judged.

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