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‘Better Call Saul’ Star Bob Odenkirk Collapses on Set After Receiving Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine
Jul 28, 2021

‘Better Call Saul’ star Bob Odenkirk had to be rushed to the hospital after collapsing on set while filming his hit television show on Tuesday.

The 58-year-old actor had been a shill for the experimental COVID-19 vaccine, boasting publicly that he had received the jab and urging others to do so.

He even did a public-service announcement on behalf of Big Pharma urging fans of ‘Better Call Saul’ to line up and get the vaccine.

“Our number came up…and here we are, happy to get our first vaccine, Pfizer, so far it doesn’t hurt at all, but maybe a little,” Odenkirk said back in March.

“So we’re really happy and proud to get the vaccine today and we hope anybody today who sees this would come down here or sign up if they haven’t,” he added.

That video can be seen here: ...

Big League Politics has reported on how Pfizer is one of the pharmaceutical giants receiving immunity from liability for their COVID-19 shots:

“The US government has granted Pfizer and Moderna immunity from liability in case people develop severe side effects from their COVID-19 vaccines.

The Public Readiness and Emergency Preparedness (PREP) Act allows the Department of Health and Human Services to provide liability immunity for “certain medical countermeasures,” such as vaccines, except in cases of “willful misconduct.”

According to CNBC, someone who develops severe side effects from a COVID-19 vaccine can neither sue the FDA for authorizing the vaccine, nor one’s employer for mandating it.

And although it is theoretically possible to receive money from the government to cover lost wages and out-of-pocket medical expenses following “irreparable harm” from a vaccine, only 29 claims—6 percent of all claims—have received compensation over the past decade.

In short, don’t count on compensation for a COVID-19 vaccine gone wrong. And don’t count on seeing any of those “you may be entitled to financial compensation” commercials for it either.“

Odenkirk is still hospitalized as of Wednesday morning. His COVID-19 vaccine shilling may not be as effective now that he has suffered these complications.

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7514   RayAmerica   2024 Jun 3, 1:21pm  

Japanese Leader Apologizes to the Unvaccinated: ‘You Were Right, Vaccines Are Killing Millions of Our Loved Ones’

Kazuhiro Haraguchi, the former Japanese Minister for Internal Affairs, has become the first major politician to apologize to the unvaccinated for the tsunami of deaths occurring among the vaccinated population.

Earlier this week, huge numbers of Japanese citizens took to the streets to protest against the crimes against humanity perpetrated by globalist organizations such by World Health Organization (WHO) and World Economic Forum (WEF) during the pandemic.

During an opening speech at the protests, Haraguchi delivered a powerful and emotional apology for the huge numbers of deaths now occurring as a result of the deadly mRNA roll-out.

Haraguchi began by addressing the grief and loss felt by families who have lost loved ones who were coerced into taking the COVID jab. With a deep sense of sincerity, he extended his condolences and took responsibility for the failings of those in power. “I apologize to all of you. So many have died, and they shouldn’t have,” he said.

One of the key points in Haraguchi’s speech was his criticism of the ban on Ivermectin, a drug developed by Dr. Satoshi Omura, which he believed could have played a significant role in combating the pandemic. Haraguchi questioned the motives behind the ban, suggesting that economic interests were prioritized over public health. “Why? Because they are cheap. They don’t want it because it will interfere with the sales of the vaccines,” he argued. This statement drew loud applause from the crowd, many of whom felt that corporate profits had taken precedence over human lives.

Haraguchi then shared a deeply personal story about his own health struggles. After receiving vaccines, he developed a severe illness, specifically a rapidly progressing form of cancer. “This time last year, I had neither eyebrows nor hair. Two out of the three supposed vaccines I received were lethal batches,” he revealed. This candid account of his battle with cancer, which included significant physical changes like hair loss, struck a chord with the audience. He recounted an incident where his appearance became a point of distraction in the Diet, with an opponent focusing more on his wig than the issues at hand.

Adding to the conversation, Haraguchi disclosed that he was not the only member of Japan’s National Diet (legislature) to suffer adverse effects from vaccines. He mentioned that three of his colleagues had been severely affected, with some even hospitalized. “They are falling to pieces, some hospitalized. But they don’t speak up,” he explained. This revelation underscored a broader issue: the reluctance or inability of public figures to discuss their personal health challenges openly.

Haraguchi was particularly passionate about the attempts to silence those who question current policies and government actions. He recounted a recent incident where he was banned from speaking on Channel 3 after an interview with its president. “The other day, I spoke with the President of Channel 3, and I was banned. They are trying to silence our voices,” he stated. This attempt to censor dissenting voices highlighted a critical concern about freedom of speech and expression. Haraguchi urged the audience to remain steadfast in their resolve, saying, “They are trying to block our freedom, our resistance, our power. But we will never lose.”

In the conclusion of his speech, Haraguchi issued a rallying call for action. He urged the people to stand united in challenging the government and its questionable decisions. “Let’s overthrow this government,” he proclaimed, emphasizing the need for change and accountability. He called on legislators to continue fighting for the people’s lives and freedoms, “Let’s make it happen,” he concluded.

The protest that is happening right now (31st May 2024), which aims to draw tens of thousands of participants, marked a significant moment in the global discourse about pandemic management and health policies. Haraguchi’s speech, filled with personal anecdotes and strong criticisms, resonated deeply with the attendees.

7516   Patrick   2024 Jun 3, 2:37pm  

RayAmerica says

Adding to the conversation, Haraguchi disclosed that he was not the only member of Japan’s National Diet (legislature) to suffer adverse effects from vaccines. He mentioned that three of his colleagues had been severely affected, with some even hospitalized. “They are falling to pieces, some hospitalized. But they don’t speak up,” he explained.

Makes sense because they were either:

1. stupid for taking the vaxx, which is embarrassing
2. corrupt for taking money to promote the vaxx, which is also embarrassing

At least Haraguchi sounds some someone with real character and courage.
7517   Ceffer   2024 Jun 3, 2:45pm  

Talked with my neighbor in Santa Cruz. He is one of the few who had God's common sense not to take the vax and we have talked about it a couple of times.
A mutual acquaintance who he knew well for a long time died of turbo prostate cancer a couple of months ago. Now, he is really in a black mood because he says most of his friends (vaxxed) are coming down with cancer and a 'baffling' array of health maladies. He has the aura of a war survivor, which, I guess, he is and we are, at least so far.
7518   stereotomy   2024 Jun 3, 3:19pm  

The only people speaking the truth that are vaxxed are the ones dying, so they have nothing to lose. Deathbed confession type of shit. They need to make peace with their maker for the evil that they have committed.
7519   Patrick   2024 Jun 3, 8:12pm  


Legendary Dallas Cowboys guard and Super Bowl winner Larry Allen has died suddenly at the age of 52 while on vacation with his family in Mexico.
7520   The_Deplorable   2024 Jun 4, 9:03am  

Ceffer says
"So that bit about non vaxxers being a hazard to the vaxxed? The
vaxxed are a pool of blood contagion now."

Ceffer, Do we have a link to this Japanese study or even a link in some news item
or publication? Thanks.
7522   Patrick   2024 Jun 4, 1:22pm  


The total number of excess deaths in 47 countries of the Western World was 3,098,456 from 1 January 2020 until 31 December 2022. Excess mortality was documented in 41 countries (87%) in 2020, 42 countries (89%) in 2021 and 43 countries (91%) in 2022. ...

Excess mortality has remained high in the Western World for three consecutive years, despite the implementation of containment measures and COVID-19 vaccines. This raises serious concerns. Government leaders and policymakers need to thoroughly investigate underlying causes of persistent excess mortality.

Huh, what might the underlying cause be?
7523   Patrick   2024 Jun 4, 1:51pm  


A front page headline you probably didn’t think you would read for another few years - “Covid jabs may be to blame for increase in excess deaths”!

The article in the Telegraph says “Experts call for more research into side effects and any possible links to mortality rates”.


"may have"


"partly to blame"

However much you hate the media, it's still not enough.
7524   Ceffer   2024 Jun 4, 3:25pm  

The vax campaign was a successfully applied Satanic Inversion lie.

7525   Ceffer   2024 Jun 4, 3:28pm  

"You're in LaunderingTown, Jake."

Administered by dynastic assassins, no less. Rockefellers would need them for all the poisoning and mass murder through the hospitals, medical schools and rank and file medical offices. You simply cannot have anybody with a shred of conscience and who is not practiced in the many arts of murder in those positions or administering the plans and poisons.

7526   Patrick   2024 Jun 5, 2:56pm  


Lafayette, Louisiana, firefighter passes away at the age of 29

Firefighter Darion Whetstone passed away after a lengthy battle with cancer and now the entire firefighting community is mourning his passing. Not only was Whetstone serving the Lafayette community as a firefighter, but he also served our country proudly by being a member of the U.S. military. Engineer Whetstone joined the department in July of 2014.

Lafayette Fire Department receives the COVID-19 “vaccine”: https://tinyurl.com/4ur2msm7
7527   Patrick   2024 Jun 5, 4:10pm  


17-Year-Old Who ‘Loved Flowy Outfits, Music and Art’ Died 2 Months After Second Pfizer Shot

In an interview with The Defender, Shanna Carroll shared the heartbreak she experienced when her 17-year-old daughter Aubrynn suffered cardiac arrest, followed by major complications — and died less than two months after her second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

Aubrynn, who had no known health issues, died in August 2022, less than two months after her second Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

Her medical records, which her mom shared with The Defender, show that Aubrynn was diagnosed with COVID-19, myocarditis and other heart and lung complications, and she experienced three cardiac events.

Her death certificate listed COVID-19 and multi-organ failure as cause of death, her mother said.

Shanna said that as a socially concerned young person, Aubrynn, like so many members of the general public, was taught and believed that masking and getting vaccinated were ways to protect others.

They lived in Michigan, which had no vaccine mandates for schools. Aubrynn didn’t initially get the vaccine. However, in early 2022, she and her friend Rachel were selected to go on a summer trip called Pilgrimage for Youth. To participate, they were required to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

The program, sponsored by the Odd Fellows, is a competitive program open to 16- and 17-year-olds interested in learning about government, politics and international relations.

It was to be Aubrynn’s first and only trip away from home.
7528   Patrick   2024 Jun 5, 8:49pm  

Patrick says


"may have"


"partly to blame"

However much you hate the media, it's still not enough.

7529   Ceffer   2024 Jun 6, 3:26pm  

Is it the vax, or 'bird flu'? Only the propagandists know for sure.

7532   stereotomy   2024 Jun 7, 10:10am  

I learned last week that the guitar player in my band is on blood thinners because of blood clots. Clot shot? Check! Jesus Christ more and more people I know and interact with on a regular basis are falling apart because of the toxxine. I also think the original keyboard player in the band died from the shots too. I only started with these guys about a year ago, but they are wholesale branch-covidian nutcases.

EDIT: The previous longtime keyboard player died at the end of 2021 from heart issues - vaxxed? Probably. Geez no wonder why these people are vehemently in denial.
7533   Patrick   2024 Jun 7, 10:37am  


Greyson Follmer, 19 Year-Old Athlete with Severe Heart Inflammation and 15 ER Trips

April 10, 2023

KEN RUETTGERS: Greyson, why don't you introduce yourself a little bit. Tell us about your experience that you've just had.

GREYSON FOLLMER: Yeah, so I had covid in September of last year. I mean, I got over the virus fine, it was about two weeks where I was just, you know, I had flu-like symptoms, and was completely fine after that, went back to school, did all the sports stuff. I mean, I was exercising continuously. And I was in ROTC[1], which I didn't mention because I was in school last year, too. But in order to go back to ROTC, since I had covid, they required me to get a cardiac MRI, and so they because they know covid does stuff to the heart, I mean, I got a cardiac MRI and it showed that, you know, my heart was just larger, wasn't inflamed or anything at all, just larger—

KEN RUETTGERS: But you know, I mean, I had the same thing when I went to USC and—


KEN RUETTGERS: —we were both athletes, so it's not unusual for athletes—

GREYSON FOLLMER: No [inaudible]—

KEN RUETTGERS: — to have slightly, yeah slightly enlarged, I mean, it's very common, so—

GREYSON FOLLMER: Completely fine, went back to school, heart's in perfect shape, I mean I was just exercising continuously, I had an enlarged heart because, I mean, I was an athlete which was perfectly fine. So I didn't think anything of it, got the shot. I have a little sister that has, just, congenital issues so, I mean, she got the virus, it wouldn't be good. So I got it basically for her sake. I got the shot. First shot, it was kind of, I mean, I was feeling just not very good. Heart started hurting a little bit. I didn't think anything of it, I just thought, you know, it was just, you know, post-shot symptoms.

And so I waited 21 days and then after the second shot, I mean, I couldn't, I was afraid that within probably 2 days after the shot, I was going to have a heart attack. You know, I was, the heart pain was worse than anything I could possibly imagine. Because I mean have problems before with broken bones and this pain was far worse than anything else I've ever dealt with in my life.

You know, every moment I just thought, like, could be the last because, you know, my heart was, heart was so inflamed to the point where I thought I was just going to, I was going to have a heart attack and die at any moment. And it didn't matter which day it was, what time it was, I just thought, you know, it was going to happen eventually.

Now thankfully I've, you know, I've found a very good doctor in my area who's helped me with this. But I know that there's a lot of people around me and around the country that are dealing with the same problems that I have, you know, they're just probably too scared to share their story. Like I was too, I mean, I was just, dealing with this now, but, I mean, it's important for all of us to open up, and you know, it's a scary thing. And —

KEN RUETTGERS:: Were you in the hospital?

GREYSON FOLLMER: I went to the emergency room probably 15 times throughout this 2 month span after the shot because you know, I just thought, any moment, when it got worse— It would come in spikes where it would just, you know, flare up to the point where my heart would start pounding, right, I would have heart attack symptoms. My left arm would start hurting. My blood pressure, I have a blood pressure monitor at my house. I mean, it was, it was continuously— I was an athlete, my blood pressure was always under the normal range, like 120 systolic pressure and then 80's diastolic pressure. But it was continuously, no matter what time of day, if was resting, or exer— I was never exercising, I couldn't even walk, but if I would walk up to get water or something my blood pressure would be, you know, 200, 210 over 130 which is, you know, that's heart attack blood pressure levels. I mean, just continuously. If I was resting it would be probably around 185 continuously systolic pressure and then diastolic pressure was like 110. You know, it was just crazy.

KEN RUETTGERS: I mean were you, I mean, you said you were concerned, you were, I mean, you were on the edge of death. What were some of your thoughts, you know, as you were, like—?

GREYSON FOLLMER: I was just, you know, like, why? Is this only happening to me? You know, I was concerned that it was just like something with my body. You know, I didn't think it was something of the shot at first, really, because there was no, no information coming out about it. I thought it was just me having problems with my heart, you know, it was just shutting dow for whatever reason. But then as, as, you know, more information started coming out, more people were dealing with this, then I started to correlate that, you know, as directly related to the shot I got.


GREYSON FOLLMER: But you know I feel within, like, the potential for the little time I have left on the earth, and, you know, it's hard to think about all that stuff when you're dealing with, you know, unimaginable pain. So, I mean, a lot of it was just thinking about how bad I was hurting the whole time. So it was just crazy.

KEN RUETTGERS: And what about your mom? I mean, you must of scared her, scared her almost to death, huh? Was she pretty concerned?

GREYSON FOLLMER: She was actually, she said, she was more scared with what was going on with me because I was a completely healthy kid. I mean, there was nothing wrong with me before the shot. It was completely out of the blue, and how fast I, my body just started to deteriorate and how fast the potential was for something absolutely serious to happen to me like a heart attack. I mean, it scared the living daylights out of her, so I can't imagine the stress that she went through, too. So she was willing enough to, you know, sleep with me, because you know, I didn't even know, I thought it could happen when I was asleep. So she was, she spent two months just always by by side.

KEN RUETTGERS: Wow. Your mom, your mom, like, slept—

GREYSON FOLLMER: Yeah. My mom slept with me. Because I mean, I was that bad. I thought was, you know, I could have a heart attack at any moment. So she was always by me. You know, I can't thank her enough because just little you know, support, mental support you get from a mother, and you know, your family members, it can, it can go a long way. So.

KEN RUETTGERS: Hmmm. And what did doctors say, did the doctors say, I mean, you're perfectly healthy, did the doctors, what was diagnosis the doctors gave you?

GREYSON FOLLMER: So, yeah, I went to the ER several times, like I said. But at the ER, you get an EKG which is like an electro monitor thing of the heart where it kind of checks the, you know, how well your circulatory system's working, if you're pumping blood the right way. And those all showed up fine. Right? Because you know, what I'm dealing with is heart inflammation.

I'm thinking, you're looking at the doctors, like, why are you guys just giving me an EKG when we know that that's going to be fine because I haven't had something serious yet like a heart attack? Like, there's obviously some other problem because I'm dealing with crazy pain.

So you know, I just requested a heart MRI, which, this is 3 months behind the fact of, I'm starting to recover, right, or else I wouldn't be able to talk to you, but, you know, every single time I went I would just get an EKG. Now I did get a CT scan, but same type of deal as the EKG where it just shows, you know, how well, if you're still able to pump blood, there's no clotting or anything in the area which, I know that's fine because I haven't had a heart attack yet.

Some people have had a heart attack from this shot so far. I haven't because like I said, I had really good doctor that's helped me out with some nonconventional Western medicine. But, you know, but my, my ER trips, emergency room trips were just a complete joke. Waste of time, waste of money.

So finally I got scheduled with the cardiologist after, you know, 2 months. Took a long time. And I got an MRI scheduled here in like 4 days, I think. MRI scheduled in 4 days. And you know, that'll be able to show the tissue of my heart. Now if I got this 2 months ago, an MRI, I guarantee you, I would have the worst heart inflammation of all time.

Now the doctor that I have talked to, the cardiologist, he already said, yeah, you, you dealt with some pretty bad heart inflammation. I mean, you don't have an MRI to prove it yet but you have that based on your symptoms, I mean, if you're telling me what you think is, what I think is true, and what I'm seeing with everyone else, then you had pretty severe heart inflammation.

KEN RUETTGERS: [inaudible]


KEN RUETTGERS: So what do you think was the cause?

GREYSON FOLLMER: Oh, yeah, it was the shot. The shot caused a, for whatever reason, it's called myocarditis. You know, I don't know if it's, we don't know what causes it from the shot, I think it's they said spike protein or something like that. But, or it just might be an autoimmune problem. So I've gotten multiple blood tests done to see if I have any autoimmune issues to begin with, and they're coming back here in 5 days, I don't even know the results of them yet, but—

KEN RUETTGERS: So you, you're, you're convinced, you were perfectly healthy, you get the shot, and within a couple days, boom, you're, you're like in the worst pain in your life, and like you said—

GREYSON FOLLMER: Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah. A hundred percent. ...

TEXT ON SCREEN: https://c19vaxreactions.com/
7535   stereotomy   2024 Jun 7, 11:39am  

My work is constantly flogging 30-minute CPR trainings, when that had never happened before. I guess they're dropping like flies at work too.
7536   Ceffer   2024 Jun 7, 3:17pm  

I think they are selling jumper cables that can also double as defibrillator paddles. One charge for the car battery, then one for the ticker, just clamp the leads onto your nipples. Also serves as an S&M station. Multi tasking is so green.
7537   Ceffer   2024 Jun 8, 12:58am  

The media are the virus, and the vaxxes are the death dealers.

7540   Ceffer   2024 Jun 8, 7:47pm  

No mercy for the useful idiots?

7541   Patrick   2024 Jun 8, 7:55pm  


Dr. Rashid Ali Buttar Accurately Predicted Death of CNN Anchor Drew Griffin During Interview

Drew Griffin: 'I’m vaccinated. You think there is a ticking time bomb in me and I’m going to die?'

7542   RayAmerica   2024 Jun 8, 8:32pm  

Ex-LSU player Josh Maravich, son of Hall of Fame player Pete Maravich, dead at age 42

No cause of death given ... most probably it has nothing to do with anything.

7543   GNL   2024 Jun 8, 8:44pm  

Ceffer says

No mercy for the useful idiots?


OMG. Got to show that to everyone I know. OMG. I'm not being sarcastic.
7546   Ceffer   2024 Jun 8, 11:11pm  

Because they were brothers in arms with what they served as food?

7547   Robert Sproul   2024 Jun 9, 7:03am  

Patrick says

Dr. Rashid Ali Buttar Accurately Predicted Death of CNN Anchor Drew Griffin During Interview

Drew Griffin: 'I’m vaccinated. You think there is a ticking time bomb in me and I’m going to die?'

Not sure what it means but they are BOTH dead.
"Buttar died on May 18, 2023, at the age of 57"
7548   Patrick   2024 Jun 9, 7:16pm  

I expect that Pfizer murdered him somehow.
7549   Patrick   2024 Jun 9, 7:16pm  


Kansas City Chiefs defensive end BJ Thompson, 25, is reportedly on the road to recovery after suffering a seizure and cardiac arrest during a team meeting this week.
7552   RayAmerica   2024 Jun 10, 9:04am  

Another in a long list of funeral embalmers speaks out ...

Unsettling observations by an Australian funeral director. By an Australian funeral director who has been in the business all her working life. Paraphrasing.

Something changed with covid “vaccines.”

18:15. A lot of a sudden, a lot of a sudden. A lot of Turbo cancers. It’s a lot of people that are young and healthy and are just dropping dead. You’re just hearing it all the time in funeral services and this is something that you didn’t hear five years ago you. You didn’t hear ten years ago. It is a completely different thing.

We used to do a baby funeral once a month. Now we’re doing four a week, so there’s just that massive difference in numbers.

26:00. People are putting it together slowly. It’s coming out, but still I think people are just accepting what’s what’s going on which is a little bit frustrating.

33:00. There was a dear soul on the mortuary table having a form of embalming and this gentleman that was doing this work I’ve known for close to 15 years and he looked at me and he said “I have never seen so many blood clots.” How many other people do you have like this? “Oh there’s a lot.”

The longest clot he’s pulled out is two feet long. … But nobody says anything.

Watch video here: https://wentworthreport.com/2024/06/10/unsettling-observations-by-an-australian-funeral-director/
7553   Ceffer   2024 Jun 11, 12:53am  

Or, he was executed? Bounties? Each one of these guys were complicit in death dealing and maiming.


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