July 8, 2021 (updated July 9, 2021 – 7:00 p.m. Pacific)
UPDATED July 9, 2021 – Family tells Faines’ former employer, News4Jax, that she died from “food allergies”
You may believe this if you choose. A Yale-educated, 35-year-old, liberal woman, ate something that she’s allergic too and died of anaphylaxis (severe allergic reaction), according to News4Jax, Faines’ former mainstream media employer. The report also says she had asthma.
A 2013 study published in the British journal Clinical & Experimental Allergy concluded the following:
The incidence of fatal food anaphylaxis in food-allergic people is lower than accidental death in the general European population.
That means you have a better chance of dying (according to insurance companies) in a car accident, falling down and breaking your skull, drowning in a swimming pool, etc. than from food anaphylaxis.
Peanut allergies are the most “common” food-related allergic reaction deaths in the world, according to WebMD. Children are by far the most vulnerable to death from peanut and all other food allergies. EIGHT (8) children died from all food allergic reactions from 1991 to 2001. Four of those were from milk allergies.
Coincidentally or otherwise, the foregoing data show a slight increase in the risk of death from food allergies for victims with asthma. But that’s because asthma was a comorbidity in three of the eight deaths in that 10-year span. News4Jax reported that Ms. Faines suffered from asthma.
Eleven (11) people died from peanut allergies in 2005. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) also ranked peanuts as the most “deadly” food allergy. The most generous estimate for deaths by food allergies is also from the AAAI – 150 per year.
So if you want to believe Yale-educated Ms. Faines died from food allergies, more power to you.
Ms. Ayesha K. Faines received the second dose of experimental Pfizer mRNA sometime around March 15, according to her Twitter posts. It is unclear exactly when she received the first and second shots. But her earliest post about being vaccinated is from March 30.
She acknowledged it was Pfizer on April 3 and even said the first injection “had me down for the count.”
She “praised God” for being vaccinated a few days later.
Ms. Faines was very active on social media. She had 23,500 Instagram followers and 17,600 on Twitter. But Twitter was by far her go-to platform. She averaged 367 tweets per month from January 2021 to May 2021, with a high of 427 in March and low of 297 in April, according to Social Blade. That’s about 12 tweets per day. It dropped to 226 tweets in June, or about seven tweets per day.
She was very active on June 28, with 25 tweets that day. The medical issues related to the mRNA shot likely commenced thereafter. No further activity appeared on her Twitter page. Her last Facebook post was June 28 at 10:45 p.m. Ms. Faines passed away on July 2.
Who was Ayesha K. Faines?
Ms. Faines is best known as a panelist on “The Grapevine Show” on Youtube. She was a Yale University graduate and worked for mainstream media outlets WJXT4 News4Jax in Florida and My9TV/Fox in New York. She is also the founder of a website called “Women Love Power.” Ms. Faines appeared on Entertainment Tonight, MTV and lectured at universities. Unfortunately she was also a dangerous tool for the COVID agenda.
Black Americans are the least likely of all Americans to be vaccinated, according to recent data from the Kaiser Family Foundation. About 62% of Asian Americans are vaccinated as of June 28. White Americans are next at 47%, followed by 39% of “Hispanics.” Only 34% of Black Americans are vaccinated. The United States has a history of vile, evil experimentation on Black Americans, which is the root cause of the overall avoidance of these experimental mRNA and viral vector DNA injections.
Ms. Faines, like the late MSNBC legal analyst Midwin Charles and Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, was used as a disinformation agent for big pharma. She regurgitated mainstream media talking points and subterfuges hoping to coax Black Americans into submission.
Regardless, liberals loved her. She received numerous condolences across social media after her death. No mainstream media outlets mentioned the fact Ms. Faines received the Pfizer injection several weeks prior to her death. All of them say she died “unexpectedly,” which is media modus operadi for 2021 deaths of relatively young people.
We know for certain she died in Essex County, New Jersey. But the New Jersey Medical Examiner can stall for up to 12 weeks on public records requests. Thus this story will be long forgotten about when we do discover the cause of death.
Push to poison Black Americans heating up
The whole “vaxx the blacks” thing has been a top U.S. government priority since mid-2020. People are going door-to-door in Baton Rouge, Louisiana offering the experimental mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. Baton Rouge is over 32% Black.
It’s also happening in “underserved communities” in San Diego, California. Underserved is political jargon meaning Black. Vermont, a state with only a 1.4% Black population, faced criticism for opening their vaccination program to Black people first, while excluding white people.
There’s even a remake of a popular rap song that contains a lot of racist stereotypes and is completely insulting to the intelligence of not just Black people, but everyone who views it. It’s called “Vax That Thang Up.”
Now the Biden Administration announced a federal door-to-door vaccine campaign.
This depopulation and manipulation agenda does not discriminate. Every soul on this planet is a target, regardless of race. But White Conservatives and Black Americans are specifically in the government cross hairs for the rest of 2021. The First and Second Amendments are your primary lines of defense. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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