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    • Amanda Rose
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      Hello everyone,

      I am an embalmer in the Midwest that services many different funeral homes. My state has about 60% of the population vaccinated for COVID-19. Since the rollout of the vaccine, we have been seeing an increase in death due to cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke. My step-mother recently attended a funeral for a friend who passed away in his sleep. He was a healthy 65 year old man, no underlying health conditions, but was double vaxxed and boosted.

      Not only have we been seeing a lot of deaths due to these things, but I personally have seen these white, elastic, tubular blood clots that a lot of people have been talking about. I am here to tell you that they are not a myth, they are real. Before the vaccine rollout, these clots were extremely rare, but now embalmers everywhere are encountering them on a regular basis. Most of the time I don’t have the liberty of knowing if the deceased was vaccinated or not, but based on the number of people who are fully vaccinated it is safe to say they more than likely were. There was one instance where I pulled out one of these clots that was about a foot long, and I have a photograph of it for evidence.

      I myself am not vaccinated for COVID-19 because I knew something was off about pushing a new vaccine technology without the proper research and human clinical trials being conducted. I also have a history of blood clots and stroke in my family, so after the things I have seen I will never take the vaccine. There is something very sinister going on, and I’ve been trying to warn my loved ones but it always falls on deaf ears. Even when you are an expert in your field and show them the evidence that there is something wrong, they don’t listen. However, I will not stop telling people about what I have seen and the conclusions I draw from it. I hope this information reaches someone who needs it and prevents them from making a life altering decision.

    • Heather Day
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      Thank you for sharing your story! This website is still in beta, but I have a way to upload docs if you can find it. You are welcome to upload the photo of the clot. I am developing this site all myself for now, so please let me know if you have any technical trouble and I will try to address it the best I can.

      • This reply was modified 10 months, 2 weeks ago by Heather Day.
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