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Perhaps The Most Tragic Vaxx Story You Will Ever Hear


This is absolutely heartbreaking.

I mean that sincerely and no, I’m not going to take the approach some have taken to say “you deserved it”.

No one deserves this.

No one deserves to have been duped by Big Pharma, Big Tech, Big Media and all the other corrupt players like Fauci.

This was an intense psy-op waged against the American people and sadly there are tragedies like this along the way.

So I cover this with the most sincere and heartfelt condolences to a mother who thought she was doing the right thing.

Let’s start here and please ignore the caption on these Tweets as I’ve already said that is NOT how I feel about this, but this tells the general story:

TheCOVIDBlog documented the entire story and it’s tragic.

A six-year-old girl is dead, and her mother refuses to acknowledge the obvious, and bring awareness to what’s happening around the globe.

Anastasia Weaver is the daughter of Andrew and Jessica Weaver. She was born on November 11, 2016 in Boardman, Ohio, according to an online obituary. Anastasia had an identical twin sister, Caitlin. Mrs. Jessica Day-Weaver is a nurse at Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron, aka Akron Children’s Hospital, in Boardman.

Akron Children’s Hospital instituted a vaccine mandate for all employees in September 2021. The deadline to receive the injections was January 11, 2022. The hospital fired 66 workers on February 3, 2022 for noncompliance with the mandate. A federal class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of said workers in the U.S. District Court of Northern Ohio on March 3, 2022. The case (#5:22-cv-00354-CEF) names two defendants and all others similarly situated. It’s been an interesting case thus far, to say the least.

Here’s one of the first posts she made on Facebook:

I want to repeat, I believe she believed she was doing the right thing and protecting her children.

I do not fault her.

I feel so sad for her!

This happened next:

I’m not made at the mom, I’m mad at Big Pharma!

These criminals should be held criminally accountable!!

Then it started to go from bad to worse:

You can see the care and concern in her posts as things continued to turn south:

And then the worst news any parent could ever get or give.

Just truly heartbreaking:

If we don’t have tribunals for Big Pharma after this, we might as well give up as humanity.

This should NEVER have happened.

The mother was duped.

She thought she was protecting her children.

Big Pharma knew better.

Here’s more:

From the AP:

Results from 6-year-old Anastasia 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.

A prolific Twitter account posted Anastasia’s name and smiling dance portrait in a tweet with a syringe emoji. A Facebook user messaged her mother, Jessica Day-Weaver, to call her a “murderer” for having her child vaccinated.

In reality, the Ohio kindergartner had experienced lifelong health problems since her premature birth, including epilepsy, asthma and frequent hospitalizations with respiratory viruses. “The doctors haven’t given us any information other than it was due to all of her chronic conditions. … There was never a thought that it could be from the vaccine,” Day-Weaver said of her daughter’s death.

But those 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.

There’s the 37-year-old Brazilian television host who collapsed live on air because of a congenital heart problem. The 18-year-old unvaccinated bull rider who died from a rare disease. The 32-year-old actress who died from bacterial infection complications.

The use of “died suddenly” — or a misspelled version of it — has surged more than 740% in tweets about vaccines over the past two months compared with the two previous months, the media intelligence firm Zignal Labs found in an analysis conducted for The Associated Press. The phrase’s explosion began with the late November debut of an online “documentary” by the same name, giving power to what experts say is a new and damaging shorthand.

“It’s kind of in-group language, kind of a wink wink, nudge nudge,” said Renee DiResta, technical research manager at the Stanford Internet Observatory. “They’re taking something that is a relatively routine way of describing something — people do, in fact, die unexpectedly — and then by assigning a hashtag to it, they aggregate all of these incidents in one place.”

The campaign causes harm beyond just the internet, epidemiologist Dr. Katelyn Jetelina said.

“The real danger is that it ultimately leads to real world actions such as not vaccinating,” said Jetelina, who tracks and breaks down COVID data for her blog, “Your Local Epidemiologist.”

Rigorous study and real-world evidence from hundreds of millions of administered shots prove that COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. Deaths caused by vaccination are extremely rare and the risks associated with not getting vaccinated are far higher than the risks of vaccination. But that hasn’t stopped conspiracy theorists from lobbing a variety of untrue accusations at the vaccines.

The “Died Suddenly” film features a montage of headlines found on Google to falsely suggest they prove that sudden deaths have “never happened like this until now.” The film has amassed more than 20 million views on an alternative video sharing website, and its companion Twitter account posts about more deaths and injuries daily.

An AP review of more than 100 tweets from the account in December and January found that claims about the cases being vaccine related were largely unsubstantiated and, in some cases, contradicted by public information. Some of the people featured died of genetic disorders, drug overdoses, flu complications or suicide. One died in a surfing accident.

The filmmakers did not respond to specific questions from the AP, but instead issued a statement that referenced a “surge in sudden deaths” and a “PROVEN rate of excess deaths,” without providing data.

The number of overall deaths in the U.S. has been higher than what would be expected since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, in part because of the virus, overdoses and other causes. COVID-19 vaccines prevented nearly 2 million U.S. deaths in just their first year of use.

Some deaths exploited in the film predate the pandemic. California writer Dolores Cruz published an essay in 2022 about grieving for her son, who died in a car crash in 2017. “Died Suddenly” used a screenshot of the headline in the film, portraying his death as vaccine related.

“Without my permission, someone has taken his story to show one side, and I don’t appreciate that,” Cruz said in an interview. “His legacy and memory are being tarnished.”

Others featured in the film survived — but have been forced to watch clips of their medical emergencies misrepresented around the world. For Brazilian TV presenter Rafael Silva, who collapsed while reporting on air because of a congenital heart abnormality, online disinformation prompted a wave of harassment even before the “Died Suddenly” film used the footage.

“I received messages saying that I should have died to serve as an example for other people who were still thinking about getting the vaccine,” Silva said.



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