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Watch: ‘Embalmed’ – Pathologists, embalmers and funeral directors share their mRNA observations

A new video entitled ‘Embalmed’ provides an insight into what some pathologists, funeral directors and embalmers are seeing post-mRNA vaccine roll-out.

‘In the 20 years I’ve been doing this, I’ve seen lots of clots. But it’s not on 50% of the bodies I’m embalming – it’s every once and a while, you might see one. But never with any with this stuff you can literally rinse off in your hand and get this white stringy fibrous tissue in there. It doesn’t make sense to me.’

‘What we’re seeing is an unnaturally large number of deaths due to heart attack, stroke, anuerysm. These are a direct result of thrombosis embulism, in the lungs, the legs, various places, that’s causing these deaths. These are well-documented by the local coroners, across the country.’

‘The other type of death I’m seeing now, and it distresses me, is people whose immune systems finally give up. So, they’ve had the jabs maybe 6-8 months ago and it’s been eating away at their immune system, and now they’re struggling to fight off things like the common cold.’

‘I talked to an embalmer. She said 93% of these cases (ie. deceased), had these blood clots they’d never seen before the vaccines rolled out.’

‘This is caused by the vaccine. Imagine the amount of people that will be dying in the future because these people can’t live with this kind of substance floating around in their vessels, and people need to know this is happening. And if it is the vaccine causing this, we need to stop it.’

‘I hope the people listen because people are going to die. That’s the reality. You will die if you keep taking these jabs.’

‘I used to see a blood clot very, very rarely, and this year I’ve seen more than I did in the previous 14.’

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