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Doctors around the world are suddenly warning the public about a strange and mysterious rise in “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome,” a condition where, apparently, young previously-health adults can suddenly drop dead of heart failure. They’re warning about it in the UK, and in Canada, and here in the US as well.
Before 2020, there were never more than 10, and typically fewer than five, sudden on-the-field deaths among high-level athletes. Suddenly, in 2021, there were more than three hundred such cases, and more of them are pouring in this year.
Look around this country and pay attention, and it’s clear. People are dropping dead, a lot more than they used to.
According to the CDC’s data, all-cause mortality in the United States, in the first three months of this year, was up 21 percent over the rate from 2015 through 2020. In fact, mortality this spring is higher than mortality from the first quarter of last year. That’s despite a whole year of rolling out the vaccines that were supposedly going to save all our lives. The vaccines didn’t make a difference at all. If anything, they made things worse.
And speaking of worse, the rise in total mortality might be up a lot more than just 20 percent.. Remember, last January one insurance company looked at its own numbers and said death rates are up forty percent.
Steve Kirsch is a tech entrepreneur who has closely watched mortality information stemming from vaccines. He joins us.
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