May 10, 2022
As the global vaccine genocide climbs towards its apex, a growing number of former vaxx zealots are experiencing mea culpas.
Ms. Ramsha Afridi is a U.K.-based journalist. She admits to being “pro-vaccine” and encouraging other to receive the injections. In fact she wrote an article in December, describing how “anti-vaxxers” made her lose faith in the political right. But in a May 6 Twitter thread, Ms. Afridi reported that her 30-year-old friend suddenly collapsed and dropped dead from a heart attack. “What the fuck is going on?” she asked rhetorically.
The only positive is that Ms. Afridi properly put 2 and 2 together, instead of living in pure denial like most vaxx zealots. But for her and many others, it’s too late.
Meanwhile, April 26 was an eventful day for truth. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Senate Bill 2188 into law on that day. The bill allows pharmacies to dispense Ivermectin without a prescription. SB 2188 also outlaws administrative and otherwise retaliation against pharmacists who dispense the drug pursuant to the new law. Ivermectin is essentially an over-the-counter drug now in Tennessee. Since it’s perfectly legal to mail over-the-counter and prescription drugs in the United States, anyone with Tennessee friends and relatives can have the drug sent to them.
RELATED: Truth Bombshell: 9 peer-reviewed studies conclude that Ivermectin is a powerful, highly-effective anti-cancer drug (April 11, 2022)
Of course in retaliation, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), on the same day Governor Lee signed the bill, revived it’s petulant, childish “horse de-wormer” memes on Twitter.
The Fauci character in this COVID-19 theater malfunctioned on that same day. He said the United States is “out of the pandemic phase” of so-called COVID-19.
Less than 24 hours later, Fauci “clarified” his comments and said “the world is still in a pandemic.”
News also broke on April 26 that oligarch Elon Musk bought Twitter for $40 billion-plus. And now we know why The COVID Blog™ was suspended from Twitter around that same time.
We know that people across all demographics are committing suicide at rates much higher in 2022 than previous years. Perhaps they feel something is wrong and would rather end it quickly. Maybe the Microsoft body activity data apparatus is telling them to commit suicide. Regardless, U.S. average life expectancy dropped from 78.86 years in 2019 to 76.60 in 2021, according to researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University. The 2.26 year decline in life expectancy in a two-year span is the largest since World War II. And it will continue declining for the next several years.
Linton Beck – 16 years old
A sophomore at Station Camp High School in Gallatin, Tennessee is lucky to be alive. Linton Beck collapsed in his honors chemistry class after suffering from sudden cardiac arrest on or around April 20. A defibrillator had to be used twice to get his heart beating again, according to News 4 Nashville. Linton had no previous health conditions and participated in track and field for his school.
“I was kind of wondering…did I do something wrong,” Linton told reporter Holly Thompson. “Did something happen? Is it genetic? Is it something I could pass on to my future children?” Watch the story below.
The reporter failed to asked the obvious question about Linton’s vaccination status.
Nathaniel Hopper – 22 years old
Mr. Nathaniel Hopper was a senior music major at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, New York. He was studying for his final exams that started on Friday, May 6 for most students. But police and emergency medical personnel were called to his dorm room in Hahn Hall on Thursday, May 5. Mr. Hopper was apparently found unresponsive, and was unable to be revived. Mr. Hopper passed away from “an underlying medical condition,” according to reports.
All College of Saint Rose students were required to be fully vaccinated to register for classes in the Spring 2022 semester.
Daniela Lee – 21 years old
Ms. Daniela Lee was a senior communications major at Cornell University (Ithaca, New York). Few details have been released. But Ms. Lee was pronounced dead on April 19. She apparently died on campus. It makes sense that Cornell University is withholding details.
We covered the story of Ms. Lisa Ngunda. She was the Cornell sophomore who died unexpectedly in March. At least four Cornell students have died since January. The university had a booster mandate in place for the Spring 2022 semester. But sometime in the last two weeks, Cornell lifted the booster mandate and now “strongly recommends” booster shots. One cannot help but wonder if the university’s policy change is in response to all the sudden and unexpected deaths of students.
Mary Frances Cronin – 23 years old
Ms. Mary Frances Cronin was a soccer player and Dean’s List engineering student at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton (Canada). She was about to start an eight-month job at the same engineering firm that employs her brother. Ms. Cronin was also the best friend of her brother’s fiancée, and was to be the maid of honor in the forthcoming wedding.
Ms. Cronin “died suddenly” on Friday, April 29. The autopsy determined she had a pulmonary embolism (blood clot in a lung). The University of New Brunswick implemented a vaccine mandate in August 2021.
Arlana Miller – 19 years old
Ms. Arlana Miller was a freshman majoring in agriculture at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She was also a cheerleader for the school’s sports teams. Ms. Miller is yet another death in what is now a common trend among college athletes.
She posted what appears to be a suicide note on Instagram on May 4.
The post has since been deleted. Interestingly, Ms. Miller mentioned one of the reasons she’s committing suicide was her struggles so-called COVID-19, aka “vaccine” adverse effects. The university announced her death later that evening. Southern University implemented a vaccine mandate in August 2021.
RELATED: College athlete suicide rate for 2022 already shatters previous years, as more data tie suicidal thoughts to mRNA injections (April 27, 2022)
Mainstream media refuse to put 2 and 2 together as to the reason college athletes are committing suicide at unprecedented rates.
Andrew Bryan – 19 years old
Mr. Andrew Bryan was a freshman engineering student at Arizona State University in Tempe. We was swimming laps at the Sun Devil Fitness Center on April 16. Details are sketchy from there. ASU Police were called to the scene after receiving a report of an “injured person.” Emergency medical personnel performed CPR. But Mr. Bryan was pronounced dead ten minutes after they arrived. His obituary says he “passed away unexpectedly.”
Arizona State University issued a statement on June 14, 2021, stating that students are “are expected to be fully vaccinated two weeks prior to the first day of classes, Aug. 19.” But governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order two day later, banning vaccine mandates at Arizona public colleges and universities.
Samuel Akwasi – 13 years old
This story is sadly all too familiar. Samuel Akwasi was a budding star for the FC Cavaliers under-13 team in Nottingham, England. He was playing in a routine game on Saturday, May 7 when he suddenly collapsed on the pitch. The BBC reported that he suffered sudden cardiac arrest. Emergency medical workers attemptd to get his heart beating again with a defibrillator. But Samuel was pronounced dead later that day at Queen’s Medical Center.
No photo is available of the young man as of publishing.
Denial is better than accepting truth for most
This blogger loved Santa Claus when he was a child. It was the most upsetting news at age 6 when a family friend said Santa wasn’t real. The World Wrestling Federation (former WWF) was another staple in this blogger’s childhood. Denial and anger followed at age 10, when dad said the WWF was fake. It took several weeks to accept said truth. Money isn’t real either. But that’s a deeper level of truth for another time.
Nobody wants to admit that they’ve been duped for two-plus years. It’s even more difficult to admit that you poisoned yourself, your kids and your grandparents in nursing homes. And now said people are simply waiting for their imminent demises. It’s damn-near impossible for anyone to avoid the carnage at this point. But the vast majority of vaxxed people are living in denial.
RELATED: Tracey Spicer: 54-year-old triple-vaxxed Australian television personality blames “long COVID” for her pericarditis, deteriorating health (April 27, 2022)
A 2015 study published in the peer-reviewed journal Medical Science Monitor chronicled the trials and tribulations of 115 patients on renal replacement therapy (RRT). All of said patients suffered from end-stage renal disease, aka permanent kidney failure. These patients have three choices: dialysis 3-4 times per week with sessions lasting up to six hours, a kidney transplant, or death.
The study concluded that living in denial helped many of the patients cope with the situation. “If denial is the optimal way to achieve this, it should not be stigmatized as a sub-optimal way to cope with illness,” the researchers said.
A 2012 study published in the peer-reviewed journal Quality of Life Research had a different conclusion. Researchers said that HIV patients who relied on denial as a coping mechanism experienced poorer physical and mental health-related quality of life.
Everyone must do what they have to do to survive in this dog-eat-dog world of manipulation, lies and subterfuge. If denial is your way to cope, so be it. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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