BEWARE: Life Insurance Doesn’t Generally Pay-Out If You Die From The COVID-19 Shot

According to the company, an experimental vaccine resulting in death is like suicide. When the family sued, this was the court’s verdict:

“The court recognizes the classification of the insurer who, in view of the announced side effects, including death, legally regards participation in the phase three experiment, whose proven harmlessness is not given, as voluntarily taking a fatal risk that is not covered by the contract and legally recognized as suicide. The family has appealed. However, the insurer’s defense is recognized as well-founded and contractually justified, as this publicly known fatal risk is legally considered suicide, since the customer has been notified and has agreed to voluntarily take the risk of death without being obliged or compelled to do so.”

THE RISK OF DYING FROM THE SHOT IS GREATER THAN FROM THE VIRUS ITSELF FOR ALL THOSE BELOW 60. FOR THOSE UNDER 18, THE RISK IS 52X GREATER.

Also, see images at the bottom of this day’s post for information on the long-term effects of the COVID-19 shot.

Have you heard THIS from the lying news/social media? Do you think that you’re getting all the relevant news in regards to the COVID-19 faux-demic or so gullible as to believe what they say? Test: Are you STILL wearing your ineffective, always was and always will be, face diaper? If so, then yep, you are gullible enough.

Source article: https://freewestmedia.com/2022/01/14/life-insurer-refuses-to-cover-vaccine-death/


A staggering number of athletes collapsed during games this past year

  • More than 769 athletes have collapsed on the field during a game from March 2021 to March 2022
  • The shocking statistic was revealed by One America News Network (OAN), which also found the average age of the athletes who suffered cardiac arrest is just 23 years old
  • An updated report by Good Sciencing, a team of investigators, news editors, journalists and “truth seekers,” has detailed 890 cardiac arrests and other serious issues among athletes, including 579 deaths, following COVID-19 shots
  • With cases like these becoming impossible to ignore, even a mainstream media sports channel in Australia speculated that the health issues could be linked to COVID-19 shots, and one of the hosts acknowledged that multiple players have suffered from heart issues and Bell’s palsy following COVID-19 booster shots

Source article: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/a-staggering-number-of-athletes-collapsed-during-games-this-past-year/?utm_source=top_news&utm_campaign=usa


Please forgive the long delay in posting. I have had several personally tragic events happen in my life recently. If you are a person of prayer, and would be wiling to offer one for me and those who are experiencing these tragedies, I would be grateful.

  1. My sister, Eileen, age 58, has Stage 4 liver and colon cancer. She went to her doctor long before her diagnosis because of many symptoms that even I, a non-medical person, would have suspected as being related to cancer, but her doctor kept saying it was an infection. After 10 months of anti-biotics, her doctor finally sent my sister for a colonoscopy. That doctor knew immediately that it was cancer. My sister is going to City of Hope in SoCal for treatments, but I must say that they really have no interest in treating her. Because she does have great insurance, they infuse her with chemo every other week…..and that is all. A nurse comes in to give her infusions of Magnesium twice a week which haven’t done a thing to raise the mineral’s level but cause her extreme stomach pains – and the cancer doctor refuses to prescribe or offer anything more. She is now bedridden. She cannot walk. She can’t even lift her leg back into bed if it should fall off the edge. She never lost much of her hair which causes me to be a little suspicious of the dosage of her treatment. Eileen’s brain is very sharp. When she isn’t too ill, she does others’ taxes and is a source of great info when I am stumped when doing mine. She has a wonderful dry wit. Luckily, she has a very loving, caring husband. He still works 40 hours a week because his workplace and the Fed/State governments have refused to grant them any monetary benefits. He says he has to work to keep the insurance benefits for his wife, anyway. She will no longer allow anyone except her daughter and our Mom to see her. She won’t let me, though occasionally I do talk to her on the phone and text her. Often it is days before her response because she is in such pain that the act of holding her phone and concentrating on the keys is more than she can bear. Please send a prayer her way. Moral of this: Count your blessings.
  2. My husband, Bob, has Lewy Bodies disease. It is a form Alzheimer’s/dementia. I cry a lot and have had to learn new skills. He has been suffering from this disease for several years, now, but I only just started to realize the severity of his disease last year. Although I have looked into moving him into a Memory Care facility, I wasn’t aware that the long-term care insurance he has had for over 30 years doesn’t kick-in for 3 months after entry. The average cost of a room in a Memory Care facility here in California is over $8000 with a $3000 “Entrance fee”, the latter of which I feel is absurd. It’s not like those who are helping him at the outset are paid more. It’s not like there are any expenses on the part of the facility to move him in – the rooms are unfurnished and not everything he needs (wee-wee undies and Endure +) are covered. Granted, I am looking at nicer, albeit not ‘high-end’ facilities. These are by-far “self-pay” facilities where the residents pay the facility, the facility fills out the paperwork for the long-term care insurance company and the insurance company cuts a check to the resident (How wonder how long THAT takes?) Move-in costs would be $11,100 to the facility, plus movers’ fee and incidentals. My husband wants to stay at home, of course, and so far I am doing OK…..but not great. Some have told me to have in-home care come in a few times a week, but that isn’t the main issue. What he needs is supervision 24/7. He ‘wanders’, he touches and moves a lot of items – some of which I still haven’t found – so, I must take him everywhere I go and, believe me, that can be a nightmare. I ‘lost’ him in Costco. I was ready to ask the store’s management for help when I saw him. All I did was bend over to get something out of the freezer and, when I turned to put it in the cart, he was gone. I have begged and pleaded with his family to help me, but those pleas have landed on deaf ears. Why? I have always been there for them, but it isn’t reciprocated. One of his sisters is on a cruise in Asia and is going on a 6-month cruise soon. I strongly suspect that my husband will pass away when she is on a ship. His other sister lives about 6 hours away but has only come to see him once in the last few years. The same is true of his son. His daughter has never come – I’ve never even met her and we have been together for 22 years. My greatest help has come from my 84 year old Mother. Thankfully, my 86 year old Father can still drive and brings her to my house, which is 2 hours away, every other week and she stays a few days. Fortunately, they still have their faculties, otherwise I would be making decisions for 3 elderly persons at once all by myself since my sister is not able to help much at all, and my niece is very self-absorbed with herself and her career. My Mom gives me credit for lasting this long. Bob was a college Physics Professor for 40 years, but, as my Mom puts it, “He is no longer the man you married”. I love him and made a promise that I will keep: “Til death do we part”. I am not in need of financial assistance, although teachers’ salaries are notoriously meager, because we have always lived quite frugally, but I would be grateful for prayers.