The link below shows many people who one day posted about getting their vaccine, and died later that day or within a few days afterwards. You will need to cut and paste the link because hyperlinks to this address get modified. Go ahead and fact check these - I did. Alternatively, you can just Google phrases like, "man dies after covid vaccine" or "woman dies after covid vaccine" to see an endless number of death reports.
In this video, Dr. Simone Gold relates a problem with vaccines called Antibody Dependent Enhancement [ADE] (around the 26 minute marker). https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=simone+gold&docid=608037317574987537&mid=0DC2165C26B6E98374300DC2165C26B6E9837430&view=detail&FORM=VIRE . ADE causes the body, when later exposed to the virus, to overreact and suddenly die.
This page goes more into the risks of ADE https://www.medpagetoday.com/special-reports/exclusives/91648 but remarkably says that there is no evidence of severe reaction after vaccination. They must not be looking at the articles reporting sudden death after vaccination. Or at the CDC page: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html which at the current update has 2216 deaths following vaccination in the US. These are just the deaths and don't include the many severe reactions.
This link analyzes that CDC data (from a few weeks earlier) into the breakdown of how soon people have died after receiving the vaccine. https://thevaccinereaction.org/2021/03/cdc-reports-1637-deaths-following-covid-19-vaccinations/
People who have already had COVID are being advised to get the vaccine. However, a study shows that people under the age of 65 are 80% immune for at least 6 months with no signs of decreased immunity https://www.miamiherald.com/news/coronavirus/article250072304.html . If a person already has such a large resistance, taking a risky experimental vaccine doesn't make sense for that small increase in protection, especially since the long-term issues with the vaccine are still unknown.
I know some people are severely at risk if they get COVID, so the risk of taking the vaccine may make more sense. Generally it those who have terminal illnesses that are willing to participate in experimental medical trials. But for most people, contracting COVID is not terminal. For younger people with no significant health issues, and especially those who already have a significant resistance to infection due to previous infection, the risk seems much higher than the benefit.
It is scary whether one vaccinates or doesn't vaccinate. People ultimately need to make a decision for themselves and their own families. However, I think that everyone should know these things so they can make an informed decision; sadly this information has been either buried, or people are repeatedly told that the data they are looking at isn't really reflecting the vaccination dangers. As I write this, I am recovering from COVID, along with four of my children. I am over 50. In hind sight would I elect to take the experimental vaccine? No way.
For those who choose not to vaccinate, here is some useful information: