Died Suddenly Garners Criticism

Died Suddenly Garners Criticism — Died Suddenly, the widely watched documentary concerning the consequences of the Covid vax, is getting criticism from reputable places.

Dr. Robert Malone, who is gold standard for all things vax, has just published a Substack article saying the film is flawed. He is basing this on reporting by Dr. Josh Guetzkow who is Senior Lecturer in Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Guetzkow takes no issue with the claims by morticians and embalmers about fibrous blood clots being removed from the recently deceased. He calls them truly horrifying. He says, however, that the claim of a massive drop in Australian births is due to delays in data input by the government, and the high miscarriage rate in the Pfizer report to FDA is also a misrepresentation.

Guetzkow also said Microsoft founder Bill Gates 2010 Ted Talk statement can be considered with nuance.

The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion,” Gates said. “Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent.

Women have fewer babies when child mortality drops and maybe that’s what Gates meant about promoting vaccines, Guetzkow said.

Well, Ok. Maybe. Guess that’s one way of looking at it if you want to be charitable.

On the other hand:

Smirking and giggling in triumph at the death of the guy with the dirt is not a good look.

And Steve Kirsch does not really repudiate the film in this post as Guetzkow implies.

He actually sort of defends the film.

Anyway, it’s good to have a debate and let all sides get aired.

Died Suddenly Garners Criticism
There isn’t dispute that this new type of clot is now being frequently found by embalmers
Died Suddenly Garners Criticism

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