Most Americans Believe Covid Shots Behind Sudden Deaths Surge

Most Americans now say they are convinced that the surge of sudden and unexpected deaths since 2021 is being caused by the public rollout of Covid mRNA vaccines, a new poll has revealed.

The Rasmussen survey found that 53% of Americans believe COVID-19 injections are to blame for unexplained deaths.

The figure has increased by 4 percent over the last year.

Nearly one in four (24%) also say they know someone who has died from the vaccine.

Only a third (33%) believe Americans who express concerns about the vaccine are spreading “conspiracy theories.”

Meanwhile, 54% say there are legitimate reasons to be worried about the safety of the jab.

“Twice as many Republicans (44%) answered that it was very likely that Covid vaccines were to blame for unexplained deaths as compared to Democrats (22%),” writes Rebekah Barnett.

Conversely, 22% of Democrats think it’s not at all likely that Covid vaccines are causing unexplained deaths, whereas only 7% of Republicans share this view.”

The poll was conducted between January 7th and 9th 2024 and included 1,133 American adults.

The survey results suggest that a multi-year mainstream media campaign of ridicule, public shaming, and Internet censorship aimed at convincing people that COVID vaccines are “100 percent safe and effective” has largely failed.

A recent study found that deaths described as “sudden” or “unexpected” has skyrocketed over the past three years.

As Slay News reported, the study analyzed a database of all public obituaries from all local newspapers across the country.

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The study discovered that deaths reported as “sudden” or “unexpected” soared by more than 62% across the U.S. after the rollout of the Covid mRNA vaccines.

The data shows obituaries dating back to 2015.

The number of “sudden” or “unexpected” deaths was falling slightly each year until 2019 when it was at 37,374.

However, in the Covid year of 2020, the number rose slightly to 49,068.

In 2021, the figure skyrocketed to 79,858 people who died “suddenly” or “unexpectedly” that year.

The number appears to fall in 2023, but the data doesn’t show the full year and only shows obituary information up to August 21, 2023.

Connolly’s data trove was assembled with the help of Massachusetts systems engineer and vaccine-death investigator John Beaudoin Sr.

Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum (WEF) is meeting next week with pharmaceutical companies to discuss “Disease X.”

The new potential virus is far supposedly up to twenty times more deadlier than Covid.

Unelected WEF power elites argue that the looming pandemic will require a new massive vaccine rollout.

According to vaccine maker Pfizer, however, humanity is also about to be hit with a global “heart failure pandemic,” as Slay News reported.

Pfizer is so confident in the “pandemic,” that it has just invested billions of dollars in heart failure treatments.

The pharmaceutical company is expected to now make billions more in profits from treating the surge in heart failure.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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