Myocarditis, cardiac arrest and miscarriages have been sucking all the oxygen out of the room when it comes to COVID vaccine side effects. As if those weren’t bad enough, there now appears to be an elevated risk of young people having brain aneurysms. The incidence of aneurysms seems to be weighted about 4 to 1 toward young females.
Multiple young people have died from aneurysms in March, and several others have suffered serious aneurysms (brain bleeds) that they have survived. No one is talking about this yet, but we need to.
Young men have an elevated risk of myocarditis from the mRNA COVID shots. But that doesn’t mean young women are not at risk of serious side effects too. Women and girls are less likely to develop myocarditis, but these shots trigger a different set of problems in females. We’ve talked a lot about ovarian dysfunction, miscarriages, stillbirths and reproductive disorders in women since the shots were rolled out. Brain aneurysms need to be added to the list.
A 16-year-old high school girl from Kamiak High School in a suburb north of Seattle died from a brain aneurysm on March 16. We’re withholding her name out of respect for the tragedy the family is suffering through, and because she’s a minor. She apparently had an aneurysm early in the day, and died that evening surrounded by her family in the hospital.
On March 9, a high school girl in Jonesboro, Georgia died from an aneurysm. She was the captain of the girl’s baseball team at Clayton County High School. Her death happened while she was home for spring break. She had no prior health issues of any kind and was a healthy and athletic young teenager.
On February 14, a 10-year-old boy in Woodland, California complained at school that he had a headache. A few hours later he passed out and his heart stopped. He was rushed to the hospital and revived. The cause of the headache was a brain aneurysm, which caused permanent brain damage.
A mother of two named Cassian Nicholson-Watt began having seizures and had a brain aneurysm in Scarborough, Ontario on March 13. She required surgery to save her life. An Oklahoma City teacher named Jennifer Dodder had a brain aneurysm and a stroke on March 12. She survived, but she’s still in intensive care. A 37-year-old West Virginia mother of two named Natalie Ball died from a ruptured brain aneurysm on March 9.
The evidence has been out there for a while. We just haven’t been paying attention until now. Justin Bieber’s face was paralyzed after vaccination and it destroyed his singing career, his 26-year-old wife also suffered a stroke. That may have been from a brain aneurysm. Soccer journalist Grant Wahl and Hollywood actor Tom Sizemore both died from aneurysms within the past year.
On November 28, 2021, a 22-year-old college volleyball star named Fatimah Shabazz died from a ruptured brain aneurysm. On October 3, 2021, a 21-year-old Staten Island woman died from a brain aneurysm. A 32-year-old teacher named Katy Hancock died in the UK from a brain aneurysm on February 1 of this year. In January of this year, 36-year-old Ellie Kahut, an employee of Unity Hospital in Lino Lakes, Minnesota, died from a brain aneurysm.
An aneurysm starts with a weakened blood vessel wall, which becomes misshapen over time due to elevated blood pressure. If the blood vessel in the brain breaks, it can cause death in just a matter of minutes. Severe headache is one of the earliest symptoms. All of the women listed above were very likely vaccinated. Several of them were definitely vaxed, and their families know that it was the vaccine that killed them.
Skeptics will argue that people die from aneurysms all the time, and that’s true. But most aneurysms don’t start to develop until after age 40. With the exception of Grant Wahl, who was in his 40s, and Tom Sizemore, who was 60, everyone else listed above is under the age of 40. Many are in their teens and 20s, and there are many, many additional people who have suffered brain aneurysms since the shots rolled out.
Hopefully someone will start looking at the increased incidence of brain aneurysms in young women and provide some solid research. Maybe we’re all a bunch of conspiracy theorists, but at this point, it sure looks like we’ve got another problem from the shots hiding just under the surface.