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(LifeSiteNews) – A rise in reports of “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” (SADS) is prompting speculation among many commentators that COVID-19 may be to blame.
The cases of what doctors are considering to be unexplained deaths, referred to SADS, are frequent enough that the Melbourne’s Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is developing the UK’s first SADS registry, the Daily Mail recently reported. The frequency of sudden deaths has also given rise to the trend of the hashtags #suddendeath and #suddenlydied on Twitter.
Some are noting that what is conspicuously absent from the discussion of mainstream media outlets and the medical establishment is the proposal of a possible link between the sudden deaths and the COVID vaccine, leaving many to raise questions about whether there is in fact a connection.
On Twitter, Martin McAvoy linked to a recent story on the sudden death of a 31-year-old Irish woman that highlighted the advice by the woman’s mother to parents to have their children screened for SADS to see if there is a “family history of cardiac illness.”
“Sudden Adult Death Syndrome”
Who believes this?
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 pic.twitter.com/JwrvgfL07j
— Martin McAvoy (@MartinMcAvoy_) May 30, 2022
Referring to the assumption that the woman’s death is a case of SADS and therefore unexplained, McAvoy remarked, “Who believes this? 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 are being censored merely for asking questions about a possible connection. Sonia Bowditch tweeted June 14, “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 later shared a screenshot showing that she was subsequently locked out of Twitter for “violating” the policy on spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.
Twitter says that asking a question about health is spreading misleading information. What a joke. Perhaps I genuinely wanted to hear from the unvaxxed as to whether too they were getting Bell’s palsy, shingles, blood clots, monkey pox, myocarditis, or dying suddenly with SADS. https://t.co/HrqbEvoNSC pic.twitter.com/wozsztJb8n
— Sonia Bowditch 🌸 (@Sonia_Bowditch) June 18, 2022
Her question is apparently flagged by Twitter as “misleading,” and is accompanied by the caption, “Learn why health officials consider COVID-19 vaccines safe for most people.”
The surge in cardiac-related deaths and overall mortality in recent months is substantial, as shown by available statistics. For example, in Australia, all-cause mortality is up by more than 20%: “In 2022, there were 29,685 deaths that occurred by 28 February … which is 5,052 (20.5%) more than the historical average,” according to the latest government report.
There have also been many reports of sharp increases in sudden deaths of athletes. Astoundingly, the international sports body FIFA reported that the number of deaths among professional soccer players in December 2021 alone equaled the annual average of deaths over the past 12 years.
A sizable portion of these deaths are considered to be of the SADS category. One Twitter user shared last year a screenshot photo collage of over 100 news reports of sudden deaths, published over the span of 2 1/2 months. “It keeps going and going,” remarked @JoshWalkos, adding the hashtag #VaccineMandate, suggesting that the deaths could be jab-related.
Out of curiosity I googled “suddenly dies” under news and the results were, well here is a screenshot collage. This is 2 1/2 months worth. It keeps going and going. #SuddenDeath #COVID19 #VaccineMandate @YoureAllDunces @_whitneywebb @RWMaloneMD @joerogan @rustyrockets pic.twitter.com/A53okA3e1q
— Dissent Freely (@JoshWalkos) November 16, 2021
It is not only everyday people speculating that the COVID shots could be contributing to a rise in so-called SADS. Medical experts are also asserting that there is evidence of a clear correlation, if not causation.
Dr. Joseph Mercola has highlighted the significance of the admitted link between the COVID jabs and myocarditis (heart inflammation), as well as the cumulative evidence emphasized by Dr. Pierre Khory, including “original clinical trials data, VAERS data, 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.”
Dr. Paul Alexander, Canadian health researcher and former Trump administration official at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services during the COVID-19 outbreak, published in February a massive list of studies linking COVID “vaccines” with blood clots and heart inflammation.
Considering the studies’ overwhelming evidence that COVID jabs are correlated with cardiac issues, Alexander commented, “It is way past simple mistakes. Some of this is malfeasance.” He further called for those who “abused their position” and “cost lives” to go to jail.
“When all of this is over, and it will end — it has to — then we must get accountability for it,” wrote Alexander.