Two reporters for the BBC are dead at young ages – after mysterious illnesses that are currently under investigation.
In at least one case, the Covid vaccine is listed as a possible cause of death.
Lisa Shaw, a popular BBC presenter, received the Astro-Zeneca vaccine and developed blood clots shortly after. The BBC reports:
A coroner will consider if the cause of BBC presenter Lisa Shaw’s death might have been complicated by her having had the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine.
Her family said the 44-year-old was treated for blood clots days after her first jab. She died on Friday.
An interim fact-of-death certificate lists the vaccine as one of the possible factors being considered.
Another BBC presenter, Dom Busby, also recently passed away after a short illness. The cause of death hasn’t been revealed.
While we aren’t sure whether these deaths are in any way connected to the vaccine, it’s worth noting that the hysterical refusal of the media to investigate claims of vaccine complications allows speculation to run rampant.
The media isn’t trustworthy, and we need to scrutinize vaccine adverse reactions from a non-ideological lens. If we don’t, the consequences could be tragic.