Russell Brand Blasts Corporate Media for Normalizing Heart Failure in Young People

Britsh comedian Russell Brand has accused the corporate media of pushing to normalize the global crisis of young, healthy people dying suddenly from heart failure.

Brand argues that rather than highlight the fact that the surges in cardiac injuries and related only surged after the Covid mRNA shots were rolled out, the corporate media is attempting to gaslight the public into believing it is completely normal.

During an episode of his “Stay Free” podcast this week, Brand said:

“On legacy media, it’s quite possible to watch a kind of bright breezy, cheerful news item about heart attacks as if it’s like some new trend, as if it’s Pogs or Pokemon Go or something.

“It’s a new sensation, heart disease in young people.”

Brand cited a May 30 segment on NBC’s “Today” show called “A new way of thinking about heart attacks.”

The show reported:

“Doctors say they’re seeing an alarming number of seemingly healthy patients having heart attacks and those patients are getting younger and younger.”

The report noted that “more than 10% of heart attack patients had no known risk factors, such as obesity or smoking.”

According to “Today,” doctors at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital are “tracking patients to see if they can uncover the new risk factors behind this trend” and “unravel the mystery of young heart attacks.”

The report suggested several risk factors, including the obesity epidemic and “long-smoldering inflammation.”

However, Brand noted that “Today” didn’t suggest what might be causing the inflammation.

“I’ve got an idea,” Brand said.

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“Type ‘mRNA,’ ‘spike protein cleavage site,’ ‘DARPA,’ ‘EcoHealth Alliance’ ‘NIH’” (National Institutes of Health) into your laptop or phone search bar.

“Put in there, ‘Wuhan Institute of Virology,’” he advised.

“Put into your search engine, ‘Anthony Fauci,’ put ‘dual-purpose weapons research.’”

Brand continued by mocking efforts by public health authorities and the media to sidestep any connection between increased incidences of heart attacks and the Covid injections.

“We’ve got to get to the bottom of this without ever indicting a major pharmaceutical company,” Brand said.

“In a way, this is hilarious and brilliant, but this is sort of also the way that the legacy media functions, even through innocuous soft power in introducing and normalizing ideas that should be galling and terrifying.”

Brand said some prominent journalists, such as Tucker Carlson, are an exception to this.

However, he noted that these journalists have been “vilified as sort of propagandists and figures of hatred” due to their public criticism of the Covid mRNA shots.


Brand shared excerpts from a speech Carlson delivered in Australia last month.

During the speech, Carlson suggested that a conflict of interest exists between mainstream media and Big Pharma.

The “media should be holding these people to the fire on that [for] the vax injuries and deaths, which are manifold,” Carlson said

“They’re everywhere.”

He noted that one of his children “was injured by a flu vaccine.”

Such incidences of vaccine injuries are “known in the United States,” Carlson said.

However, Americans are “not allowed to sue.”

“We can sue makers of playground equipment totally fine,” Carlson said.

“We can sue anybody for anything. Gun manufacturers.”

Yet, “you cannot sue vaccine manufacturers, and every vaccine causes injuries, every single one.”

According to Carlson, “no one in the media has written a story about it” because “Pfizer is one of the largest advertisers on television in the United States.”

“This is an insurance policy that the drugmakers are buying with the big media companies: ‘We’re your biggest advertiser. Maybe if we have a lot of vax injuries from a brand-new product, you won’t say too much’ — and they don’t,” Carlson said.

“I think that’s completely corrupt and shameful.”


READ MORE – WHO: Covid Shots Triggered Global Heart Deaths Surge 

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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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