Just seconds after advocating for mandatory vaccinations, a German TV interviewer fainted out during a broadcast.
During a live on-air N-TV news broadcast on Tuesday, reporter Clara Pfeffer was interviewing politician Sepp Müller when the incident occurred.
In a video circulating on social media, Pfeffer asks Müller, right before she appears to lose consciousness if the country should really wait to implement a mandatory vaccine plan.
“So you are saying we should only activate mandatory vaccination as soon as it will be vital?” Pfeffer asked, adding, “Won’t it be much too late then?”
Pfeffer asks Müller, right before she appears to lose consciousness in a video circulating on social media if the country should really wait to implement a mandatory vaccine plan.
“So you’re saying we should only implement obligatory vaccination when it’s absolutely necessary?” “Won’t it be much too late then?” Pfeffer wondered.
Pfeffer then begins mumbling incomprehensibly and stares off into the distance, unable to finish her next sentence, before fainting.
N-TV reports “the live broadcast had to be cancelled prematurely.” Afterwards, N-TV editor-in-chief Sonja Schwetje confirmed Pfeffer had suffered a “fainting spell,” and said she’s doing better after receiving medical care.
Pfeffer attributed the bizarre loss of consciousness to skipping breakfast, saying, “I’m supposed to recover first and I’ll have everything medically checked again. And above all, next time I’ll have at least a little breakfast.”
The German TV presenter’s blackout is similar to other fainting spells witnessed in recent weeks, with many suspecting the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines could be to blame.