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Steve Sechler, 43, "Didn't believe any of it" now says "Don't be like me." Needs lung transplant.

Updated: Jan 28, 2022

According to this story, Steve Sechler of Nashville "didn't believe any of it" when it came to Covid, vaccines, and masks. Now he's changed his mind and wants to warn everyone, "Don't be like me."

^^^That's the before picture.



^^^That's the after picture.


At one point his family gave up and asked that Steve be taken off the ECMO machine keeping him alive, but Dr. Elliott Cohen, the ICU Medical Director at TriStar Centennial, convinced the family to give it some more time. Miraculously, Steve pulled through.


Steve admitted, “My lungs collapsed. I was in a coma. I can’t walk. All my muscles are weak. I have a hard time breathing. Right now, just talking is taking all my energy.”


Steve will probably need a lung transplant in the future.


“I know that people want their freedom. I know that there’s a point of contention. I just want it to be known, the vaccine will help, masks work.” Sechler said, “I’m telling you, do not end up like me. You will regret it.”


LISTEN TO STEVE!!

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Good for Steve! Maybe a few of the lesser extremists will take heed. After the Sandy Hook conspiracies reached their height of ugliness it was discovered that the only people who could convince the conspiracists that they were in error were other ‘reformed conspiracists’ who recognized the facts. A lot of times it’s former cult members who are the best at helping people leave cult-thought in the past. Same with street gangs.

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Kathmandu
Kathmandu
01 nov 2021

Just checking in, still struggling? Needs a transplant(S) yet?


Happy Breathing!! 👋

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Steve is now for vaccinating and masking. We won one over the hard way!

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Frank McEvoy
Frank McEvoy
26 sept 2021

Tell Steve that when the polio shots were introduced in 1955, my parents lined my brother and me up to get them.

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Edna Schmedna
Edna Schmedna
18 sept 2021


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