July 31, 2023
NEW YORK — A 15-month-old New York City baby is dead, in yet another reminder that even if babies conceived from vaxxed sperm and/or eggs survive birth, that they are living on borrowed time. This story was heart-wrenching to write. So if this blogger disappears for a few days, that’s why.
Mrs. Christine Tran Ferguson is social media famous, but very little is known about her and her husband. Mrs. Ferguson, 37, is originally from Los Angeles, according to her blog, Tour De Lust. She worked a “corporate analytics” job in San Francisco and New York in her 20s. We assume that means business analyst, which typically requires a bachelor’s degree for entry-level positions. But it’s unclear if Mrs. Ferguson went to college at all.
She met Ryan Ferguson in 2013, got engaged in 2017, and married in 2019.
There’s zero information online about Mr. Ferguson despite Christine having 552,000 Instagram followers and another 275,000 on TikTok. We couldn’t find any social media profiles associated with him. All we know is that Mr. Ferguson is originally from Canada, probably Nova Scotia.
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Mrs. Ferguson offers various services via her website and social media pages, including brand ambassador, reviews, and collaborative partnerships. She mostly pitches products to her large following for compensation. Mainstream media call her a “travel influencer,” and she claims to have visited 55 countries. Her Instagram account has photos from several locales around the world.
Pitching vaccines for profit
Mrs. Ferguson never passed up on a vaccine, mandated or otherwise. The couple went on their honeymoon in Nairobi, Kenya. A January 14, 2020 blog post about the trip says the following:
“Kenya Travel Vaccines recommended are yellow fever, but we were never asked to show proof. Other vaccinations we had, but are not required, are Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and we had prescriptions for malaria pills to take daily. We did not feel sick from any of these.”
She pitches everything from mouthwash to insect traps. Mrs. Ferguson partnered with New York-based vaccine passport company ClearMe.com on April 1, 2021.
Instagram users were not impressed with either ClearMe.com or Mrs. Ferguson.
Mrs. Ferguson is definitely double-vaxxed.
She is very likely at least triple-vaxxed because the couple traveled to Los Angeles, Canada and Dubai in December 2021/January 2022. That means Mr. Ferguson is also at least double-vaxxed and likely triple-vaxxed.
Meanwhile Mrs. Ferguson publicly announced she was pregnant with the couple’s first child on November 8, 2021.
But they learned of the pregnancy on August 13, 2021.
Over the next several months, from December 2021 until Little Asher was born, Mrs. Ferguson posted at least 20 “baby bump” photos.
Asher Ryan Ferguson was born on April 20, 2022. The delivery was not smooth. His heart rate continually dropped as contractions increased. Doctors were forced to do an unplanned caesarean section because the umbilical cord was choking Asher (nuchal cord).
Most nuchal cord deliveries can still be vaginal. Caesarean section is only necessary if there is severe distress to the baby. Regardless, he was home with his family five days later.
Asher’s first birthday and death
Mrs. Ferguson plasters her entire life on social media. So you could see little Asher’s entire first year of life almost in real-time. He was a perfectly healthy baby. Asher celebrated his first birthday on April 20, 2023.
The family celebrated Father’s Day together on June 19, 2023 without incident. Mrs. Ferguson posted about one of her collaboration partners on June 23, 2023. She posted via TikTok on June 27 about technical issues she was experiencing on the platform.
Her next social media post, completely out of left field, came via Instagram on July 3. “Please God, give us a miracle and save my sweet Asher.”
We’ve seen those advanced life support tubes hundreds of times on this blog since 2021.
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Mrs. Ferguson’s last post as of publishing came on July 20.
“My heart is utterly broken and shattered into a million pieces. I will never understand why, nothing makes sense, I’m still in shock, I just want to wake up from this unimaginable nightmare and have you back in my arms. Why is this happening to us, why Asher?? I still can’t believe you’re gone, why did you have to go so soon?? We had a future as a family I constantly think about & it’s just gone.”
It is what it is
Mrs. Ferguson made her entire existence open to the public. We know she personally loves injections, and was paid by a vaccine passport company. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control has a schedule for 26 injections for babies, including mRNA shots, by their 15th month of life. Asher was 15 months old.
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This blogger is frankly surprised that Mrs. Ferguson was able to become pregnant at all, given the circumstances. Granted vaxx zealots are blaming and will continue blaming #ABV for Asher’s death. But vaxxed, GMO parents who miraculously conceived and gave birth, have to know by now that this is happening everywhere, everyday. What a terrible situation to be in.
Talk to you guys Friday. Time for a little break. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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