In my company, we have (53) employees in our Western P.A. office. Of the (53), 39 are vaccinated and 14 are not.
Of the (39) employees who are vaccinated, two males in their mid 50's, have had strokes in the last six weeks. That is 5.1% of those vaccinated. With such a small sample of (39), you would almost expect to not see any evidence of a low percentage event; yet here we see two strokes out of (39) people vaccinated. One of the stroke victims has lost vision on the left side of both eyes; he's a programmer and may never return to work. The other stroke victim has seemingly permanent Bells Palsy and one of his eyes won't close so he has to wear an eye patch to sleep at night. In other words, these were serious strokes.
Now, several of the vaccinated others have had serious adverse impacts, one being a resting heart rate change from 63-65 bpm to 80 bpm the day of the first injection; that was six months ago, and has not returned to normal. The guy has this evidence because he's been using a fit-bit watch for 3 years. Add that to the strokes, and we'd be easily over 10%, more like 15%, of vaccinated people who have been adversely affected.