German Reporter Faints On Live Television While Lobbying For Vaccine Mandates (VIDEO)


A German reporter fainted during a live broadcast while lobbying for vaccine mandates.

The reporter, Clara Pfeffer, was interviewing Christian Democratic Union politician Sepp Müller on N-TV when the shocking incident took place.

Pfeffer was in the middle of asking Müller if the country should really wait to implement a mandatory vaccine when she became unable to speak properly.

“So you are saying we should only activate mandatory vaccination as soon as it will be vital?” Pfeffer asked in German, adding, “Won’t it be much too late then?”

The reporter appears dazed and unable to finish her thought before beginning to slump and fall from her chair.

Responding to speculation that it could have been related to the vaccine, N-TV claimed that had nothing to do with it. The network has since deleted that tweet.

The reporter blamed the loss of consciousness on not eating breakfast that day.

“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,” Pfeffer said.

N-TV editor-in-chief Sonja Schwetje tweeted that Pfeffer had suffered a “fainting spell,” and that she is doing better after receiving medical attention.

Just last week a video of comedian Heather McDonald collapsing on-stage after joking about getting vaccinated and boosted went viral.

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