May 6, 2022
WHATCOM COUNTY, WASHINGTON — Suicide is suddenly a major theme recently on The COVID Blog™.
We know that many mRNA and viral vector DNA recipients suffer from sudden personality changes that typically take the form of vitriolic virtue signaling. Our recent story about female college athletes committing suicide at unprecedented rates in 2022 also highlighted Turkish case studies of post-injection suicidal thoughts. Post-injection dementia is also a possible adverse effect of these shots.
Suicide is a convenient way to cover up some of the recent, sudden deaths of military personnel since it’s nearly impossible to know the real story with any of those. But some of these stories make absolutely zero sense.
Who is Kailia Posey?
Kailia Posey just turned 16 years old on April 20, according to her Instagram page. But she had already experienced quite a bit in her young life. Note, this blogger feels that these baby beauty pageants are creepy, borderline kiddie porn. But in order to tell the story, context is necessary.
Kailia was only 5 years old when she first appeared on a TLC (The Learning Channel) show called Toddlers and Tiaras. It’s the same show that created Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson. Kailia won the California Tropic Arizona Pageant in a 2012 episode of the show.
Toddlers and Tiaras aired from January 2009 to October 2013. It was cancelled due to obvious controversy surrounding the overall theme. But TLC rebooted the show in 2016, and called it Another Toddlers and Tiaras.
Mrs. Marcy Posey-Gatterman, Kailia’s mother, said in a clip of a 2016 episode that her daughter had been in beauty pageants since she was 3 years old. The mother also started training Kailia as a contortionist at that age.
The show was cancelled again after just one season in late 2016. But Kailia continued participating in pageants and contortionist contests.
Death under very strange circumstances
Kailia was a cheerleader at Lynden High School, about 100 miles north of Seattle, and about five miles from the Canadian border. She also performed well academically. Kailia’s goal was to study aviation and become a pilot, according to multiple sources. But she kept herself busy outside of academics.
Kailia played the role of Agnes in the 2019 Netflix movie “Eli.” She reportedly performed with Cirque Du Soleil at some point as well. But beauty pageants were her bread and butter. Kailia posted an Instagram photo on September 6, 2020, indicating she won $2,000 and the Mega Grand Supreme crown in Nashville.
Kailia posted a $3,000 prize check and crown from the Ultimate Dream Queen pageant in Las Vegas on April 25, 2021.
Most recently, Kailia was a contestant in the 2022 Miss Washington Teen USA contest. The pageant required that “any and all attendees must either show a vaccine card or a negative COVID-19 test (done 72 hours prior to Feb 5th).” It’s unclear if Kailia actually won it. Her Instagram post from the day of the pageant has hashtags like #2ndrunnerup and #top3.
Kailia posted a TikTok video at her prom on or around May 1.
The very next day, May 2, Kailia’s mother Marcy announced on Facebook that Kailia passed away.
Rumors swirled that Kailia died in a car accident in Las Vegas. But authorities reported that she was found dead that afternoon at Birch Bay State Park, about a 30 minute drive west of Lynden. Kailia hanged herself at the park, according to multiple accounts.
Funeral services are scheduled for May 14 at North County Christ the King Church in Lynden.
How many coincidences can there possibly be?
These O. Henry-type plot twists reminded this blogger of Chicago doctor Van Koinis. The pediatrician was found dead in his home in September 2019. Six months later, in February 2020, it was revealed that Dr. Koinis committed suicide. He left a note, saying he believed all vaccines were dangerous. Dr. Koinis allegedly forged vaccination records for parents who did not want their children injected. There are also allegations that he injected saline in some kids instead of the real shots because his conscience wouldn’t let him poison kids. The 58-year-old doctor chose death versus poisoning kids.
RELATED: Nate Bronstein: 15-year-old Chicago high school student commits suicide after relentless bullying for false rumor of being non-vaccinated (April 29, 2022)
Perhaps there are many more conscientious objector doctors doing similar good in 2022. Regardless, all these suicides cannot be coincidences, particularly as it relates to beauty pageant contestants.
Ms. Cheslie Kryst won the Miss USA crown in 2019. But she was far more than just a pretty face. Ms. Kryst was an attorney and held a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA). She was also a correspondent on the television show Extra. Ms. Kryst, 30, reportedly jumped to her death from a 60-story New York apartment building on January 30.
Ms. Zoe Sozo Bethel was crowned Miss Alabama for America Strong in 2021. She “fell” from a three-story building on or around February 11. Ms. Bethel, 27, died in a hospital on February 18.
Sure, two highly-successful beauty queens can die by suicide by the exact same method within a few weeks of each other by pure coincidence. But the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections have many different ways of killing people. However, we’re not seeing as many near-instant deaths (i.e. within hours or days) as we did in early 2021.
This blogger has to believe that the FDA and big pharma quickly removed the most lethal batches of these shots from the market, particularly the Johnson & Johnson shots. There were far too many fast deaths, which may have concerned even the most loyal, dedicated vaxx zealots. Now the vaxxed are dying slowly of cancer, heart attacks, blood clots, strokes and now suicide.
We’re nowhere near the peak of these vaxx deaths. And it’s just a matter of time before it hits every one of us close to home. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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