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This is the same playbook they used for SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). When babies started dying after getting vaccinated and they had no other way to explain the deaths, they made up SIDS. And now we have SADS. Their nomenclatural creativity is impressive.

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An internet search reveal Justin Bieber's net worth to be $200 million. That's enough of a cushion to allow him to skate by for the rest of his (hopefully long) life. If he does indeed believe that the jabs are responsible for his and his wife's condition, he absolutely needs to speak out, to hell with his career. A lack of integrity by people who know the truth but remain silent in fear of public backlash is how this Covid train keeps barreling down the tracks. It takes just one very public figure to take a stand, put on the armor of God (Bieber is reportedly a Christian), and take the slings and arrows of a hostile and evil media to turn the tide against this burgeoning bio-medical security state.

Plus, I don't think his career would take much of a hit from a public statement. I bet his fans would follow him to another label, or he can start one of his own.

My $.2.

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Well, there's your new shirt: "Suddenly and Unexpectedly." SUDS - Sudden Unexpected Death Syndrome

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What a coincidence that the coincidences are piling up. How many coincidences go into an adverse event? It's a complete mystery. "Experts" baffled again. Hard to believe that people can be this naive.

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From "safe and effective" to "sudden and mysterious". Good job Big Pharma. 🖕

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Shouldn't "People aged under the age of 40" be "People aged 5 and up" should get their hearts checked? Or would that be too obvious and make people think?

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“diagnosis of nothing.” - We all should get screened asap. "It's a show about nothing."

Patient: "Well doc, what's the diagnosis?"

Doc: "I can't find anything wrong with you."

Patient: "No!!! I'm too young to die!!"

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Maybe it's me but the crack in the vessel where the light shines through seems to be getting larger thankfully.

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Healthy, 38-year old teacher and soccer coach we know died from a blood clot! Really?? C'mon man! My step mom has already had breast cancer and a possible blood clot and COVID since taking her clot shots.

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Now the US just needs to remove the idiotic prohibition against unvaxxed non-citizens, although I've heard it's not widely enforced at land borders.

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Some recent posts about the latest made-up syndrome that say it well and these are three of the experts I follow in addition to Drs Malone and McCullough.

1) Dr. Urso. @richardursomd

"Stop Pretending to not see the obvious. Actuaries have found 40% higher deaths rates in ages 18-64, since the beginning of 2021."

2) Aaron Kheriaty, MD. @akheriaty

"New levels of systematic mendacity. Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) is not a thing. These are cardiac deaths. Stop pretending we don't know why they are elevated. Just f***ing stop. Enough of this. It's only a mystery if you are blind."

3) Brian Lenzkes, MD. @BrianLenzkes

"When multiple people get food poisoning at the same time, public health quickly traces the source of the outbreak & closes the plant. When multiple young people die of sudden cardiac death or suffer severe neurologic conditions, public health scratches their head."

The epidemiologists should be able to make relatively rapid progress in testing hypotheses because unfortunately, the number of cases keeps growing and they can create data collection methods to capture variables to rule in or rule out as causal, contributing, and/or associated.

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Re: SADS. I first heard it was "Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome" but that was apparently too close to the truth so they quickly rebranded "Adult". In unrelated news, a seemingly otherwise healthy 39-year-old male coworker died in the sleep of an apparent heart attack during the last week. That's three in the past year (first one last August) in my ever shrinking circle. I'm kind of numb to this now from stories on the Substacks and now real life, and very alarmed that whatever thin protection against COVID wears off, but the after effects may last a lifetime. And doubly alarming as someone who works in outside sales in NYC and had to get one to keep my job - well, I survived my single J&J shot, for now. Hopefully I'll be able to sue for damages someday.

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Seeing a few more normal people on the buses in Seattle, but they are almost all timid little masked creatures. I sat near a woman in the back of the 15X, she gasped something about "no mask" and then curled up into a little ball against the window for the next 30 minutes.

These weak people are so battered and ruined by the endless psy-op.

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I 100% agree that Bieber knows the jabs caused his and his wife’s issues. It’ll be interesting to see how long his affliction lasts.

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Beyond the acronym of SAD it is just that sad. My daughter just sent me an article from Dr Niel Chesen who said he has seen 4 cases in the past few weeks of Ramsay-Hunt syndrome and all were recently boosted. Said he had never seen a single case in 32 years within his ophthalmology practice.

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"scientists [are] still not 100 per cent clear on what genes cause this.”

right off the bat its lies, genes dont cause this, at best you could say epigenetics

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