The zoo in Dallas, Texas announced back in September that it was going to start administering COVID vaccines to the animals. One of the reasons why we will never reach “COVID Zero” – the total elimination of the virus from the planet – is because it can jump back and forth between humans and animals.
The other reason, of course, is because no one has invented a vaccine for it that works. Anyway, after that September announcement that they’d be giving jabs to the animals at the Dallas Zoo, three of the giraffes suddenly died in October. As we all know, coronavirus is the leading cause of coincidences!
We all feel terrible about the giraffes, obviously. They didn’t deserve that. But the stories about humans meeting similar coincidental fates are just awful. Here are just a few that happened in the week leading up to Christmas in 2021.
Carlos Tejada was a New York Times Deputy Asia Editor. The 49-year-old proudly posted on his social media accounts earlier this year when he received the Johnson & Johnson shot. He followed the advice of health authorities and got boosted on December 16 with a Moderna shot. He posted a selfie and pretty much dared COVID to get him now that he was boosted. Just a few hours later, he dropped dead of a coincidental heart attack, leaving behind a wife and two young children.
In Argentina, kids are not allowed to start kindergarten until they’ve been vaccinated against COVID. So, Miriam Suarez had her 3-year-old daughter Ambar get the Sinopharm vax on December 15th, the Chinese version of the shot that is available in that country. On December 16th, the poor girl died from coincidental sudden cardiac arrest. Argentinian authorities have launched a criminal investigation into the girl’s death. Her mother told the press, “I’m sure my daughter was killed by the vaccine. She was a healthy girl, full of life, without any health issues.”
The world of soccer lost four major stars in one week due to coincidences. 29-year-old Mukhaled Al-Raqadi from Oman collapsed during warmups before a game and was rushed to the hospital. Cause of death: Heart attack.
Egyptian player Ahmed Amin, also in his 20s, collapsed in the locker room following a team practice. He was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Cause of death: Sudden cardiac arrest.
23-year-old Marin Cacic of Croatia collapsed during practice a day later. Doctors placed him in a coma when they couldn’t restart his heart. He was pronounced dead on December 23rd. Cause of death: Heart failure.
28-year-old Sofiane Loukar collapsed during a game on Christmas Day. He was rushed to the hospital but died before the ambulance could get him to the emergency room. Cause of death: Heart attack.
Here’s a fun article from the UK, filled with facts and data from that nation’s National Health Service, titled, Why are so many people going Blind after getting the Covid-19 vaccine?
In Ventura County, California, hospitals are so overwhelmed with younger people in their 20s and 30s, suffering from heart attacks and strokes, that nurses are starting to blow the whistle anonymously. Here are a couple of quotes from nurses as reported in the Conejo Guardian newspaper:
“None [of the doctors] question whether the vaccine causes myocarditis, pericarditis and the strokes that are coming in. If they don’t toe the line, they could lose their medical license.”
“One thing the vaccine causes is thrombosis, clotting. Here you have a 38-year-old woman who was double-vaccinated and she’s having strokes they can’t explain. None of the doctors relates it to the vaccine. It’s garbage. It’s absolute garbage.”
“It’s never been this busy, and none of it is COVID-19,” says another nurse. “We don’t normally see this amount of strokes, aneurysms and heart attacks all happening at once. … Normally we’ll see six to ten aortic dissections a year. We’ve seen six in the last month. It’s crazy.”
Doctors in Ventura County are claiming that this massive, unprecedented surge in heart attacks and strokes among young and healthy people is due to the holidays. It’s all just one big coincidence. Maybe it’s the fault of the giraffes. Let’s blame anything but the elephant in the room.