Dying suddenly should not be a cliche

by Dex

A Las Vegas high school student is the latest young person to collapse and suddenly die from an apparent heart attack.

Jordan Brister was found unresponsive in bathroom at Amplus Academy, a public charter school on last week. The student’s father , Conrad Brister, said Jordan collapsed in the bathroom on January 3rd and may have been there for over 20 minutes before he was discovered.

Jordan is the second Las Vegas high school student to collapse and die suddenly from a cardiac event. Last week 16 year old Ashari Hughes collapsed and died while playing flag football . The Clark County Coroners office said the Desert Oasis High student suffered a cardiac death due to a “rare congenital anomaly.”

Two high school students dying from heart attacks in one week? Coincidence?

Now consider earlier this week, an Air Force Academy Offensive Lineman died suddenly while walking to class. Hunter Brown 21, a standout player for the Falcons collapsed shortly after leaving his dorm for class. CPR efforts were unsuccessful.

These are just three of many young athletes who have died suddenly over the past two years. It seems literally every week there is a new story about another young athlete dying suddenly, in many cases, while involved in some athletic endeavor.

What has been the reaction? Crickets. I watch news reporters giving the stories and all that is reported is the official narrative . Not one time have I heard these talking heads even question out loud this relatively new phenomena of young, fit people dying suddenly. All we hear is these well coiffed reporters using the phrase “dying suddenly” like a cliche in vein of “shocked neighbors” or being “rushed to a local hospital.

Let me just state the obvious. Young people don’t just die of heart attacks! Sure, there used to be the rare case, but when there is rash of such anomalies what’s forming is a pattern that needs to be gotten to the bottom of.

One publication reports that in the past two years there have been nearly 800 athletes collapsing on the field of competition, many of whom were European soccer players.

Hmm… what has coincided with these sudden deaths? Oh yes, the rollout of the vaccines.

In not one of these cases have I read about an autopsy confirming the specific cause of death to these athletes. I am not talking the official cause as reported to journalists, but specific details of these deaths , such as blood clots, aneurysms , etc. Several doctors have gone record putting their licenses and reputations on the line stating that the vaccines cause myocarditis in young people.

Now I am not saying definitively that the vaccines have led to these deaths, but in lieu of any other peer -reviewed studies , how can one not dismiss the shots? And for the record , so called fact-checkers dismissing contrary claims are no substitute for official research.

What has really stood out is reporters pretending not to know things. These rash of deaths would have been low-hanging fruit to the investigative reporters of thirty or forty years ago. Exposing large corporations , like big Pharma, used to be a feather in the cap of hungry up and coming reporters. There used to be no better way to break into the big time than investigating a corporation and putting its mouthpiece on camera to be placed in a bad light.

Whatever is the cause of these heart attacks in these young people will be brought to the light because truth has a funny way of making itself known. Just like the debunking of the Trump/Russian Collusion and the Covid-19 virus coming from a Chinese wet market, all of us have a good chance of witnessing conspiracy theory turning into conspiracy fact.