Many critics speculate that COVID-19 may be to blame for the increase in “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” (SADS). However, several reports have indicated relationship between Sudden Adult Death Syndrome and the COVID vaccine.
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According to a recent article in the Daily Mail, the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne is creating the UK’s first SADS registry because cases of what medical professionals regard to be unexplained deaths, also known as SADS, are so frequent.
The hashtags #suddendeath and #suddenlydied have become popular on Twitter due to the rise of sudden deaths.
Some are pointing out that the possibility of a potential connection between the sudden deaths and the COVID vaccine is notably absent from the discussion of mainstream media outlets and the medical establishment, leading many to question whether there is actually a connection.
Martin McAvoy linked on Twitter an article about a 31-year-old Irish woman who passed away suddenly, emphasizing her mother’s advice to parents to have their kids checked for sudden infant death syndrome (SADS) to see if there is a “family history of cardiac illness.”
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Who believes this? McAvoy said in regard to the assumption that the woman’s death was an unreported example of SADS. “These should be a simple enough questions for the MSM: 1) Was the young person vaxxed? 2) What is the ratio of mortality between the jabbed & unjabbed? #Suddenillness #SuddenDeath
In fact, some people are being silenced simply for speculating on a potential connection. “Excuse my ignorance, but are any unvaccinated people getting Bell’s palsy, shingles, blood clots, monkey pox, myocarditis, or dying suddenly with SADS? Just curious.”
She subsequently shared a screenshot showing that she had been banned from Twitter for “violating” the rules on spreading misleading info about COVID-19 that might be harmful.
Twitter appears to have tagged her question as “misleading,” and it is accompanied by the caption, “Learn why health officials consider COVID-19 vaccines safe for most people.”
According to available statistics, there has been a significant increase in cardiac-related deaths and total mortality in recent months. For instance, all-cause mortality has increased by more than 20% in Australia. According to the most recent government estimate, “there were 29,685 deaths that occurred by 28 February in 2022, which is 5,052 (20.5 %) more than the historical average.”
There have also been numerous reports of sudden deaths among athletes rising sharply. Surprisingly, according to a report from the international sports body FIFA , the number of deaths among professional soccer players in December 2021 alone matched the annual average of deaths over the past 12 years.
A significant proportion of these deaths are classified as SADS. A screenshot photo collage of more than 100 news stories on sudden deaths that were published over the course of 2 1/2 months was shared on Twitter last year by one user. “It keeps going and going,” said @JoshWalkos, adding the hashtag #VaccineMandate and suggesting that the deaths might be connected to vaccines.
The COVID shots may be leading to an increase in so-called SADS, according to speculation from a wide range of people. Medical experts claim that there is evidence of at least a clear correlation, if not a causal relationship.
Dr. Pierre Khory and Dr. Joseph Mercola both emphasized the importance of the cumulative evidence, which included “original clinical trials data, VAERS data (pdf below), life insurance data, disability data, reports of cardiac arrests of professional athletes, rises in ambulance calls for cardiac arrests in pre-heart attack age young people, and the massive increases in illnesses and data manipulations in Department of Defense databases.”
In February, a long list of studies connecting COVID “vaccines” with blood clots and heart inflammation was published by Dr. Paul Alexander, a Canadian health researcher and former Trump administration official at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Given the overwhelming evidence that COVID shots are associated with cardiac issues, Alexander stated, “It is way past simple mistakes. Some of this is malfeasance” This includes some misconduct. In addition, he demanded that those who “abused their position” and “cost lives” serve time in prison.
“When all of this is over, and it will end — it has to — then we must get accountability for it,” wrote Alexander.
Read the report given below: