The fully vaccinated and boosted TV reporter Matthew Rodrigopulle died suddenly and unexpectedly in his home at the age of 24 from a heart problem. Fact-checkers are doing their utmost to deny any connection to the vaccination campaign, reports Report24.news .
What is undisputed is that 24-year-old presenter Matthew Rodrigopulle was “fully vaccinated” and “fully boosted”. The Canadian news channel “Global Regina” editorial office is proud that all their employees have received such a gene treatment. The young man also recommended vaccination and wearing masks through his social media appearances.
He was particularly proud to report that in Saskatchewan, children as young as five are now being “vaccinated”.
And now a fellow presenter appeared on camera and burst into tears as she announced her colleague’s death. The public then began to guess about the reporter’s mysterious, sudden and unexpected death on September 4.
It’s probably the most unserious fact-check I’ve ever had to investigate. On “Techarp” 10 points explain why Rodrigopulle cannot possibly have died from his numerous gene vaccinations. It literally says that he died of a “natural cause of death”. On the page referenced as evidence, on the other hand, only the statement that he died as a result of a congenital heart defect. There is no evidence for such a pre-diagnosis.
Furthermore, the fact checkers untruthfully declare that side effects always occur immediately and that the spike protein is only in the body for a short time. And: After the family of the deceased would not have blamed the vaccination, a connection can be ruled out. This fact check is at an astonishingly low level and is used throughout for disinformation.
The actual facts show: The young man was vaccinated and died unexpectedly of a heart problem. Just like thousands of other young people around the world. Some may be congenital defects, others may not. Only an autopsy could provide clarity – but this is usually refused. Scores of people suspected of dying as a result of gene therapy are cremated shortly after their death.