A string of “sudden deaths” have been occurring across the globe since the rollout of the COVID vaccine, sparking the social media hashtag #DiedSuddenly to trend continuously over the last 24 months. As if that wasn’t bad enough an intelligence group seems to have developed a vested interest in covering it up and silencing stories associated with the hashtag.
In a disturbing partnership between military intelligence and the Associated Press, the two are working together to discredit the truth-exposing trend.
The AP published an article last week titled, “‘Died suddenly’ posts twist tragedies to push vaccine lies,” pointing to several anecdotes about people who claimed they had been “harassed” online due to vaccine “misinformation.”
Associated Press references the sudden death of 6-year-old Anastasia Weaver, saying, “Results from Weaver’s autopsy may take weeks. But online anti-vaccine activists needed only hours after her funeral this week to baselessly blame the COVID-19 vaccine.”
AP goes on to say that the kindergartener “had experienced lifelong health problems” and though they would NEVER admit if her death was actually caused by the vaccine, they pretend to know definitively that the jab didn’t cause it – without any evidence confirming that.
The outlet continues, “facts didn’t matter online, where Anastasia was swiftly added to a growing list of hundreds of children, teens, athletes and celebrities whose unexpected deaths and injuries have been incorrectly blamed on COVID-19 shots. Using the hashtag #diedsuddenly, online conspiracy theorists have flooded social media with news reports, obituaries and GoFundMe pages in recent months, leaving grieving families to wrestle with the lies.”
Of course, the article refuses to even MENTION the true data which indicates that an individual who is up to date on their COVID injections is 35% MORE LIKELY to die.
The article also ignores the sudden uptick of deaths across the world and the fact that the most vaccinated nations have the most unexpected “sudden deaths.”
AP also cites a company called Zignal Labs in their piece – a deep-state propaganda firm run by the same people behind the RussiaGate hoax.
Zignal Labs is a private intelligence firm headquartered in San Francisco, CA that, according to its own website, was “originally conceived as a tool for political campaigns accustomed to the media ‘war room,’”and now “scans billions of data points every day, detecting both physical and narrative threats in real time.”
The firm sought a partnership with the Anomaly 6 firm which illegally spies on people around the globe and supplies its technology to the U.K. military for attacks on Russian forces in Ukraine.
The firm’s leadership is largely composed of Silicon Valley industry veterans, however, its chief revenue officer Alex Del Castillo is a former Booz Allen Hamilton consultant to U.S. Special Operations Forces.
In essence, their effort to discredit vaccine injuries has revealed a dangerous link between mainstream media and military intelligence.
The pro-vaccine propaganda is coming from the highest ranks of the government and that suggest it could be here to stay – even if the science exposes the true statistics behind the jab.