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Tuesday Jul 05, 2022

People magazine, like Hailey Bieber, “tries to normalize blood clots

After promoting and glamorizing the Covid vaccine, which warns against the harmful side effects of experimental gene therapy, it is working overtime to normalize heart attacks, myocarditis, blood clots, strokes and aneurysms in mainstream youth.

Myocarditis and blood clotting in people under the age of 30 have become a regular occurrence following the federal and state COVID vaccine orders that have been the subject of headaches and fainting in the sports arena by professional athletes.

But according to Vaccine-Touting, Pfizer-sponsored news outlets and the mainstream, vaccine injuries have nothing to do with an increase in life-threatening health disorders among young people.

Last week, 25-year-old Hailey Bieber, wife of model and pop star Justin Bieber, was hospitalized with ‘stroke-like symptoms’ after a blood clot formed in her brain.

‘Probably related to covid’ – Hailey Bieber hospitalized with ‘stroke-like symptoms’ due to blood clots in her brain

In response to Bieber’s hospitalization, People The magazine warns that “young people, like Haley Bieber, have blood clots.”

The publication cites advice from Dr. Shazam Hossain, director of the Cleveland Clinic’s Cerebrovascular Center, who claims that blood clots and strokes are common and “something that young and old alike should be aware of.”

Mounting evidence, including data published by the Centers for Disease Control’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, makes it clear that blood clots and strokes have historically occurred in young people who have been vaccinated.

Nonetheless, Hussein isolated the increase in blood clotting and brain injury by being suddenly attacked by covid vaccine recipients and instead linked the symptom to unhealthy lifestyle and eating habits, high cholesterol, smoking and genetic mutations.

“We think of stroke as something that happens in old age, but we see it in younger and younger people,” said Hussein. People. “It’s usually related to people living unhealthy lifestyles, maybe not eating well or not exercising regularly, along with other factors like genetics. So it’s important that people don’t think of it as something that only happens to older people. If you are young and have these symptoms, you need to go to the hospital. “

In addition to diet, genetics, and unhealthy lifestyle, “COVID-19 illness has been shown to cause blood clots,” the doctor added.

I wasn’t going to comment on this story, but then I saw this headline. Remember you injected your child with biological weapons, don’t blame anyone else! pic.twitter.com/UA6p6MThIF

– Jason Barmas (Jason Barmas) March 16, 2022

Of the people Attempts to normalize blood clotting in young people come after outlets showed glamorized covid vaccines to celebrities promoting Jabber.

Check out photos of “Celebrities and Politicians Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine” People In December, celebrities were enlightened by comments from Eric Church, who described the coveted shot as a “God-sent miracle.”

“Studies show that a booster shot provides significant protection against a fast-moving Omicron variant,” people noted, showing a photo of singer Hillary playing a band-aid on her recently injected arm.

Another article published by People Last year doctors were “encouraging loved ones to get vaccinated” so “our holidays will be a little happier.”

“A major flex found in a booster shot,” People Hugh assured Jackman of a photo of the vaccine as well.

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People.com interviews with physicians show “encouraging loved ones to get vaccinated” so “our holidays will be a little happier.”

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