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Embalmers Find Veins & Arteries Filled with Never Before Seen Rubbery Clots

Dr. Jane Ruby meets with board-certified Embalmer and funeral Director, Richard Hirschman who reveals, for the first time ever, arteries and veins filled with unnatural blood clot combinations with strange fibrous materials that are completely filling the vascular system. Many of the victims reportedly died of heart attacks and strokes. Mr. Hirschman reports that he found resistance when he tried to embalm these jabbed patients, and then found these strange materials and pulled them from the large vessels of the bodies. He also reported that he has gone from seeing 50% of his embalmed cases with these types of blockages rise to almost 80%.

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Woman died from blood clotting after receiving Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

(CNN)A King County, Washington, woman has died from a rare blood clotting syndrome after receiving the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine, according to a statement posted online by Public Health -- Seattle & King County.

The woman, who was in her late 30s, was vaccinated on August 26 and died on September 7 from thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome, known as TTS. It's a rare and potentially deadly clotting event that has been linked with the J&J vaccine.

Public Health -- Seattle & King County said the diagnosis was confirmed by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Clinical Immunization Safety Assessment Project. CDC has reported three other confirmed TTS deaths nationally, the release said.
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mother who died from blood clots got J&J vaccine

SEATTLE – A King County woman has died from a blood clot after she got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

The Washington State Department of Health (WSDH) confirmed she is the first blood clot death in the state after getting the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Seattle mother who died from blood clots got J&J vaccine to be child's 'room mom'

“Sadly, this is the first such death in Washington State,’ Secretary of Health Umair A. Shah said. “We send our deepest condolences to her family and loved ones. Losing a loved one at any time is a tragic and difficult and pain that’s become all too familiar in the last year and a half of this pandemic.”

Jessica Berg Wilson, 37, received the J & J vaccine on Aug. 26 and died Sept. 7, according to her family. 

Jessica’s obituary says she was an exceptionally healthy and vibrant mother of two young girls with no underlying health conditions.

Seattle King County Public Health says she died from a special type of thrombosis - a condition identified as a rare, but potentially adverse event in people who received the J&J vaccine.

The CDC has reported just three other confirmed deaths nationwide due to the rare blood clotting syndrome while 38 people have confirmed blood clot cases after receiving the J&J vaccine.  ...Continue Reading


Some COVID-19 vaccines are associated with an extremely rare syndrome known as vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT). It was discovered in March 2021 in connection to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine and then later with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. In rare cases, antibodies that the body produces as a side effect of the vaccine lead to uncontrolled activation of platelets. This causes both low platelet counts and blood clots to form in unusual areas. VITT is not associated with the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccines. 

According to the CDC, as of June 30, 2021, there have been 35 confirmed reports of VITT in connection to the J&J vaccine out of more than 12 million doses that have been administered in the U.S. In the United Kingdom, there are more than 300 confirmed cases of VITT connected to the AstraZeneca vaccine. Although VITT is extremely rare, it is a serious and treatable condition. Doctors now know how to recognize and treat VITT, and patients who receive the J&J vaccine are informed how to recognize its side effects. ...Continue Reading

Wauseon football player's career abruptly ends

WAUSEON, Ohio — It's difficult to match the level of excitement for high school football players when their season is about to start. Yet, imagine all that build come crashing down on you.

Unfortunately, that turned out to be the reality one Wauseon High School junior had to tackle.

There was never a doubt, Kaden Clymer would have an impact on the field. Yet, to do so without pads on came without warning.

"It started on Aug. 1," Kaden's mother Maurine Clymer said. "His dad took him to the emergency room after he was having severe pain in his back and legs."

Teammate Tyson Rodriguez added "I was a bit confused because I didn't really know what was happening. He just told me that he wasn't feeling good."

The night before the Wauseon Indians took to the field for their first Fall team practice, Clymer unexpectedly had to be taken to Toledo Children's Hospital.

"His calves were swelled up four inches larger, in circumference, than they are now," Maurine Clymer said. "So, he was very uncomfortable."

Kaden Clymer added "I just wanted to go home honestly. I didn't really care what they did to me, I just wanted to go home."

Full of pain and uncertainty, Clymer received word that he had blood clots in his legs. ...Continue Reading



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