There has been a surge in sudden deaths amongst seemingly healthy young people throughout the last two years. Television hosts have collapsed in the middle of live broadcasts. Professional athletes in optimal physical condition are dropping like flies. The fastest-growing page on Facebook in 2022 was Died Suddenly— a support group for grieving friends and family members who lost loved ones unexpectedly. After quickly gaining nearly 300,000 members, it was removed from the platform. Increasing numbers of concerned citizens are beginning to question what is responsible for the explosion in these ‘inexplicable’ fatalities.
Mainstream news outlets are using a variety of creative excuses to justify the rapidly rising excess mortalities. Spoiler alert: none suggest an experimental mRNA concoction being used on a mass scale for the first time in human history. Perhaps this has something to do with the millions of dollars in funding media conglomerates receive from their pharmaceutical company sponsors. From ‘winter vagina’ to feeling joy, here is a list of unconventional cover stories being used by so-called journalists:
Laughter & Giggling [Mirror]
Falling Asleep with the TV On [New York Post]
Having Sex [Wales Online]
Loud Noise [AARP]
Napping [SciTech Daily]