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WATCH: Funeral Director John O’Looney “I’ve Never Seen as Many Deaths,” Reports Increase in Thrombosis Deaths in Young Vaccinated Adults


Funeral director John O’Looney of Milton Keynes family funeral services in Milton Keynes, England shared disturbing news in a recent interview with

O’Looney explained that deaths in young people ranging from their 20s to 40s are at unprecedented levels and occurring in vaccinated individuals.

The rise in young deaths, according to O’Looney and a group of experts, is attributed to an increase in thrombosis (blood clots) events.

The Gateway Pundit wrote:

“So, what we’re seeing is an ever-growing number, particularly of thrombosis deaths, interestingly. So, that comes across as heart attack, aneurysm, or stroke, and they’re in unprecedented numbers. I’ve never seen as many deaths. And not in just the elderly. It’s all manner of people. People in their 20s, in their 30s and 40s, and people that wouldn’t normally be dying, you know. And this was predicted and it’s (it has) come to pass,” John said.

John said the increase of thrombosis deaths this year is way greater than the previous 14 years and it is around 500 or 600% increase.

“Well, to give you an amount…I mean a greater than any one of those 14 years. The increase is phenomenal, though. It’s not a two or three-fold increase. It’s around a 500 or 600% increase. That kind of number. And generally, on the odd occasion, you would get a thrombosis it would be an elderly person. It’s not people in their 20s and 30s and 40s, and they’re all jabbed,” John added.

He said that 9 out of 10 with blood clots were vaccinated.

Watch the interview from


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