My apologies for sounding like a broken vaxx, here.
BUT … I do read many articles like this.
So, like the ole sayin goes,
“don’t take my word for it, do you own research”.
All the best,
Murder, He Wrote
Murder, He Suspected
An English coroner suspects the number of excess deaths due to the vaxxes in the UK are not an accident: In America, assisted living home deaths marked a huge amount, if not the majority, of coronavirus deaths, as reported at RAIR.
But it is not just about elderly patients being more susceptible to the coronavirus, there is deep speculation that deaths of the elderly could have been prevented, and may
have been deliberate.
John O’Looney and his colleagues noticed that for the first year, there were no surplus deaths at all and if anything, fewer deaths.
Those who died supposedly from the coronavirus, O’Looney asserts, appear to have succumbed to a drug called Midazolam given to nursing home residents.
The funeral home director is not alone in his suspicion.
But after the vaccine was introduced to his area in January, O’Looney said that the calls made to his funeral home soared, going up “300 percent”.
“I’ve never seen a death rate like it in 15 years,” he said. “Initially, [the deaths were] all exclusively care homes,” O’Looney said.
But after the roll out of the mRNA injection, the deaths were no longer exclusively from nursing homes, and the ages of the dead varied significantly. “I’ve got
a 32-year-old, a 33-year-old and a
28-year-old in my care at the moment,” O’Looney explained as an example. “They’re all jab
recipients and they all died unexpectedly and suddenly,” he continued. The majority of deaths appear to be blood clots (heart attack and stroke) and organ
failure, O’Looney said. He described one
woman who passed away who was “in her fifties” without health issues, and “super fit” who “goes
to the gym every day, runs six kilometers”. The funeral director said that the woman was given
a booster and “died of liver failure the following week.”
Even if you’ve been vaxxed, remember, the sooner you get off the train, the better your odds will be.
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