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The Latest Young People To “Die Suddenly” – Mockingbird Media Continues To Run Interference For Their Sugar Daddies At Big Pharma

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Published on: January 14, 2023

While Lisa Marie Presley may not be considered young, she was definitely in the spotlight late this week when she was rushed to the hospital in cardiac arrest.  On Friday, we learned she had succumbed to her heart attacks and still there are those that won’t even question whether she had the experimental COVID shots and those had the prescribed effect intended.  However, there are many ordinary young people aged in their 20s to 40s who have lost their lives and still, self-professed journalists in the Mockingbird media would rather and label people with honest questions about their deaths who question the role of the shot in their deaths as “conspiracy theorists.”  Here’s three people, among dozens if not hundreds or thousands, this week that died suddenly and their deaths may have ultimately resulted from taking the COVID shot.

UPitt Pharma student Lindsay Heck has #diedsuddenly at 25 years old

Jillian Pikora reports:

A 25-year-old doctor of Pharmacy died suddenly in Pittsburgh in December, just before her father was rushed to the ICU, loved ones say in a GoFundMe campaign.

Dr. Lindsay Ann Heck, 25, died unexpectedly from an unknown cause on Dec. 20, 2022, as stated in her obituary.
She was known as “the light of everyone’s life” with a “smile (that) lit up a room, and her laughter was contagious. She was a loyal friend and trusted confidante to everyone she loved.

In the two weeks that followed her death, her father, Carl, suffered a life-threatening aortic dissection and is currently in the Cardiac ICU receiving medical care in Philadelphia, according to the GoFundMe campaign.

“There are no words to describe the heartbreak and trauma…her family (has) experienced over the last several weeks,” Gail Waltz and Katie Magnan write on the campaign page. “We are hoping to raise funds to help cover the cost of funeral expenses for Lindsay, medical expenses for Carl, and food/housing/transportation costs for Carly [Lindsay’s sister] and her family as she supports her father, away from home, in Philadelphia.

“Carly is a rock of our residency program, a fiercely loyal friend, and a gifted and compassionate physician. Her absence from the hospital over the last several weeks has been deeply felt. We hope that in easing some of the financial burden, we can remove as many unnecessary stressors from Carly’s shoulders as possible.”

Colorado College Tennis Player Has Died Suddenly at 20 Years Old

Paul Klee reports:

Jack Madison, a sophomore on the Colorado College men’s tennis team, died in his sleep Jan. 2, the school announced.

Madison was 20 years old. The cause of death has not been announced.

“We are devastated by the tragic passing of Jack Madison,” CC vice president and director of athletics Lesley Irvine said in a statement. 

Madison was recruited to Colorado Springs out of Bexley, Ohio, where he was a two-time all-state selection at Columbus Academy.

Madison’s death preceded the sudden death of Air Force football player Hunter Brown, 21, who died Monday after suffering a “medical emergency” near his dormitory, the academy said.

Former Alabama Running Back Died Suddenly at 42

Scott Thompson reports:

Former Alabama Crimson Tide running back Ahmaad Galloway was found dead in his apartment Monday, according to a report by WVTM 13.

Galloway was 42 years old.

Galloway was a teacher at Compton-Drew Middle School in St. Louis, and the school’s principal, Susan Reid, said a welfare check led to his discovery.

Ahmaad Galloway of the Alabama Crimson Tide runs with the ball against the South Carolina Gamecocks Sept. 30, 2000.

Galloway’s cause of death is still being investigated.

“Ahmaad was always on time, very responsible. So, we knew something might be wrong,” Reid said. “There wasn’t anything disrupted at Ahmaad’s apartment, so we are thinking that it could have been a medical issue.”

Galloway was a standout during his time at Alabama, totaling 1,830 yards on the ground with 17 touchdowns over four years at the university. His best season came in 2001, when he rushed for 881 yards on 174 carries with six touchdowns.
Ahmaad Galloway of the Alabama Crimson Tide runs with the ball against the South Carolina Gamecocks Sept. 30, 2000.

He initially spent time as a backup to eventual NFL star Shaun Alexander.

Galloway was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the seventh round of the 2003 NFL Draft, but he had to sit out that season due to an injury.

When he returned to the field, it was in NFL Europe. Galloway played with the Scottish Claymores and did well, but Denver eventually moved him to the San Diego Chargers.

Galloway played for the Frankfurt Galaxy in NFL Europe and, after being with the Chargers for the 2004 season, was released.

I know the vast majority of people that read this column are questioning every death as related to the COVID shot and rightly so.  We have warned about this for more than two years and it is this writer’s assessment that in 2023, this is going to be a really big problem to contain.  I’m not a prophet or the son of a prophet, but I can add 2+2 and what I see going on is exactly what those who were censored by the government and social media, as well as lied about, defamed and banned by a variety of people, is exactly what is taking place.  Following this mass culling of people in the West, arm yourselves for a coming invasion on our soil.

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