Fully Jabbed News Anchor Suffers Massive Stroke Live on Air

Viewers were left horrified over the weekend after a fully jabbed Oklahoma news anchor suffered a stroke while live on air.

Tulsa’s NBC affiliate KJRH’s Julie Chin was reporting on the canceled Artemis I launch on Saturday morning when she suddenly began suffering a stroke.

Chin became deeply confused and repeatedly tried to start over reading the teleprompter before being rushed out of the studio.

“I’m sorry, something is going on with me this morning and I apologize to everybody,” Chin said. “Let’s just go ahead and send it on to meteorologist Annie Brown.”

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: Brown finished the rest of the report and Chin did not return, according to a report from Mediaite.

Chin posted an update about her status to Facebook on Sunday.

“I’m so glad to tell you I’m OK,” she wrote. “The past few days are still a little bit of a mystery, but my doctors believe I had the beginnings of a stroke live on the air Saturday morning. Some of you witnessed it firsthand, and I’m so sorry that happened.”

Chin continued, “the episode seemed to have come out of nowhere. I felt great before our show. However, over the course of several minutes during our newscast things started to happen. First, I lost partial vision in one eye. A little bit later my hand and arm went numb.”

“Then, I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth would not speak the words that were right in front of me on the teleprompter. If you were watching Saturday morning, you know how desperately I tried to steer the show forward, but the words just wouldn’t come,” she added.

Chin said that her co-workers recognized the emergency situation unfolding and called 911.

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