This 26-Year-Old Died
The media has to stop calling these complications "rare"
Last June, less than two weeks after he received a COVID-19 vaccine, Jack Hurn, 26, died.
He was living in Redditch, England at the time, having graduated from Coventry University where he studied automotive design. Hurn and his girlfriend, who went together, were told that there were no Pfizer vaccines available. So, on May 29, 2021, according to an article in The Independent, they both opted for the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Eight days after getting the vaccine, Hurn fell ill. He died on June 11, 2021 due to blood clots in his brain.
“My wonderful brother, who we miss more every day,” his sister Abby Hurn tweeted last week, “we will get answers💔”
Not Adequately Informed
His death, unlike hundreds of thousands of others, is in the news right now because an English court has ruled that Hurn was not adequately informed of his options, or of the risks of the AstraZeneca vaccine to people his age.
At the same time, the media outlets covering this story, including the BBC, emphasize that these blood clots—and the risks of catastrophic events following the COVID-19 vaccines in general—are “rare.”
Calling the side effects from these vaccines “rare” is an effective pharmaceutical talking point.
It’s also a lie.
Here’s the truth:
So many people have been getting blood clots from the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines that young people on Twitter have dubbed it the #ClotShot. Just one lot of the Pfizer vaccine has been linked to 170 deaths. Over half a dozen peer-reviewed scientific articles now show that the vaccines are causing cardiac arrest and irreversible heart problems, especially in young people.
As of May 20, 2022, there have been 1,277,978 reports to the CDC of adverse events and injuries following the COVID-19 vaccines. On what planet is one million two hundred seventy-seven thousand nine hundred and seventy-eight considered “rare”?
These reports, which are likely a gross underestimate of the actual number of vaccine injuries and adverse events, according to several scientific studies, include 28,312 deaths directly following COVID-19 vaccination.
Entrepreneur, tech guru, and philanthropist Steve Kirsch is asking healthcare professionals and others to sign a petition calling to halt the COVID-19 vaccine program. Thousands of others, including research scientists and medical doctors, have been calling for a halt to the COVID-19 vaccination program for over a year.
The job of the media is not to apologize or promote Big Medicine and Big Money, but to report honestly on government malfeasance, corporate greed, and social injustice.
For the sake of our young people, it’s time for the media to stop pretending these catastrophic outcomes are “rare.”
We know now that our global vaccination program, which was designed to help promote human health, is causing much more harm than good for people under 50.
Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D., is an award-winning science journalist, a contributing writer at The Epoch Times, and the author/editor of 8 books, which have been translated into Chinese, Estonian, German, Korean, and Vietnamese. The views expressed in her Substack posts are the opinions of the author and do not reflect on the views of the newspapers, magazines, and websites she writes for. Please support independent journalism and help her amplify the message of vaccine safety by becoming a paid subscriber.