Blood clot photo (left) from Substack newsletter published by Steve Kirsch (right)
by Guy Page
By now, you’ve probably read reports of long, rubbery blood clots being found in the veins of people both deceased and living. Are they just anecdotal idiotic Internet misanalysis on the level of the Alien Crop Circle Discoveries? Or are they a real and growing phenomenon? And if so, is there a Covid-19 vaccine connection, as some claim?
Don’t ask me. Page, Guy the Non-Science Guy has no clue. But there is an MIT grad out there collecting Blood Clot stories: Substack blogger Steve Kirsch. Here’s part of his post from today
These odd rubbery clots are now happening on a regular basis in not only the dead, but the living too. For some reason, they are only affecting vaccinated people. Weird huh?
I talked to a nurse with 23 years of experience and she never heard about clots longer than a few inches in her career until the vax came along. Now, we are seeing blood clots in kids as young as 8 -12 years old, but only if they’ve been vaccinated.
Here’s the report I just got today, for example:
Some time ago, I texted you a video called “Died Suddenly”? It was about finding huge blood clots in people who were in good health but died very suddenly. I sent the same video to a customer of mine. Well this morning I got a phone call from him. His 58 year old brother who lives in Arizona and in decent shape was out running. All of a sudden his heart stopped. He fell into a bush. Through the grace of God, there was a doctor running by at that exact moment and saw it happen. He started CPR and they got the guy to the hospital. He is still alive. But, they found a 2 foot blood clot in him. The only way to find out if he has more clots is by doing a full body MRI which the hospital is saying he does not need. The guy was vaxxed and boosted three times.
Kirsch is taking a reader poll and promises to share the results on Twitter. If you – or someone you know – has personally seen a 6″ or longer blood clot, he wants to know.
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