If the current injectables damage blood vessels, especially the smallest capillaries, whether through unaccountable bits of the spike protein or due to the lipid envelope delivering RNA to the cells right there (amongst the capillaries) and damaging them by expressing the spike, this should make diabetics (already prone to infection) infection’s worse. That is my hypothesis, anyway. A friend of mine (diabetic) got the J & J vaccine in March and by June she was in the hospital with gangrene. She had never had an infection this bad before. I didn’t think too much about the injection at the time, but looking back on it, there seems to be a fairly straightforward dynamic going on. I’m interested to know what any of you here think about this.