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Sudden Adult Death Syndrome? Dr. Ryan Cole Calls Out Lies | The New American

The onset of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) worldwide is perplexing many physicians and experts. Athletes are suffering cardiac arrests and baffling doctors. SADS is a moniker for people dying suddenly and unexpectedly. Occasionally there can be a heart defect that contributes to an athlete’s sudden death. However this recent massive spike alerts us to a change in society, which Dr. Cole pins on the gene-based shots (“vaccines”) for Covid. Tune into this fast-paced, jam-packed interview with Veronika Kyrylenko from The New American.

3:35 Findings of tissues of a 15 year old hockey athlete and a triathlete examined by Dr. Cole reveals heart inflammation after the second shot. Multiple pathways cause these occurrences.


5:50 Thailand study of 13-18 year-olds: 1 out of 3 had a serious heart manifestation. 1 in 43 had myocarditis or pericarditis and this may be underreported with lagging symptoms. The risk factor for Covid is almost 0 for these young people.


“We have a toxic shot that’s been put in the arms of billions of people. It is the one factor that’s changed worldwide… the media is gaslighting the people of the world.”

9:30 Blood clot images shared and explained alongside microclots being caused by these Covid shots. Moderna and Pfizer have actually caused more clotting than the other shots, based on the adverse effect reporting systems worldwide.


13:00 Dr. Cole calls out the problems with the new bivalent shots and lack of testing.


13:30 Can some of these clots be pinned on the Covid virus instead of the Covid “vaccines”?


14:40 Can these blood clots be detected in a vaccinated person while still alive? Dr. Hoffe did a study on the D-dimer testing and antiplasmin testing. The microclots are very difficult to detect.


17:00 Veronika presents real news articles that place blame for medical problems on foolish things, poking fun at media attempts to hide the real truth about these vaccines.




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