Fandar
09:57 PM Jan 12, 2023 EST


I have seen multiple conspiracy theorists on the internet speculate that the 'jabs' have increased the risk of sudden death across the world. The fact checkers claim that this is false and that the only reason it 'seems' this way, is because these deaths have been given way more publicity, and that there is no real significant increase in people dying unexpectedly.

At first, I thought that all these sudden deaths reported, were a coincidence. However, another celebrity has died before their time. Lisa Marie Presley suffered a cardiac arrest, which qualifies as a sudden death. She was only 54 years old. This, along with observing what happened to my dad, leads me to believe that there is some truth in that conspiracy theory.

My dad is suffering from heart problems which he never had pre-COVID. He is very pro vax. He thinks COVID itself, is worse. He, along with the rest of my family, got all of the shots while I got 2 Pfizer shots back in 2021.

Although I have regretted getting vaxxed many times, I was sick with COVID in November 2022. Even though a lot of the protection had worn off, no doubt. I estimate that the severity of my condition was reduced by at least 10 percent, so I'm thankful for that. I was pretty miserable. Still, if I could go back in time, I would NOT have taken the shots. I think I would still be able to go through COVID without being hospitalized.

These sudden deaths sound pretty scary, but as long as the jabs don't increase the risk of long term excruciating conditions that cause a slow and painful death, such as cancer or(worse) prion diseases, I can cope. I don't really mind if I suddenly dropped dead one day, as long as I didn't suffer, and I lived my life to the fullest. However, that may not be the only severe side effect.

To the people who didn't get the jab at all, but managed to triumph against COVID anyways, congratulations. You are apart of a favorable group.

 
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