The Stew Peters Died Suddenly movie was caught misusing photos of birth defects from before the COVID-19 pandemic!
Died Suddenly : Anti-Vaccination Claims Of Birth Defects
Anti-vaccination activist and conspiracy theorist Stew Peters recently released Died Suddenly – his “documentary” on sudden deaths blamed on “mysterious blood clots” caused by the COVID-19 vaccine.
The trouble is – the sudden deaths featured in his movie were not confirmed to be caused by the COVID-19 vaccine. In fact, many of them did not even die!
The movie was even caught using an old blood clot video from before the COVID-19 pandemic!
And now – its shocking photos of birth defects have been proven to have nothing to do with COVID-19 vaccines!
Died Suddenly Caught Misusing Birth Defect Photos!
At around 58:16 of the Died Suddenly movie, Dr. James A. Thorp, MD. – a 43 year veteran OBGYN embalmer said that they were seeing a substantial increase in miscarriages and birth defects.
Three shocking photos of babies with birth defects flashed as Dr. Thorp was talking about birth defects.
When I investigated all three photos, I discovered that all three were wrongly attributed to the vaccine, and two photos were taken long before the COVID-19 pandemic even occurred!
Neonate With Large Cystic Hygroma
The first photo is of a 5 year-old neonate presenting with a large cystic hygroma in the neck. This photo was posted in March 2011.
That’s more than 8.5 years before the COVID-19 pandemic, and over 9.5 years before the first COVID-19 vaccines were approved.
Just in case anti-vaccination activists try to claim that the COVID-19 vaccines have a Time Machine, a cystic hygroma (also known as a lymphangioma) is a birth defect that is not caused by vaccines.
Baby Eli With Congenital Arhinia
The second photo is of Baby Eli, who was born on March 4, 2015 to Brandi McGlathery and Troy Thompson.
That was more than 4.5 years before the COVID-19 pandemic, and over 5.5 years before the first COVID-19 vaccines were approved.
Baby Eli was born without a nose – an extremely rare (one in 197 million) birth defect called congenital arhinia.
Eli also suffered from other problems – his soft palate did not develop properly, his brain sat lower in his head, and his pituitary gland was not working.
Tragically, Eli died two years later, on June 3, 2017 – 2.5 years before the COVID-19 pandemic, and 3.5 years before the first COVID-19 vaccines were approved.
Video Edited To Remove Dr. Erik Beyer’s Overlay
The third photo was a screenshot from an August 2021 YouTube video – at around 10:37, which was recorded by the Richardsons Face Hospitals.
It showed a 5 year-old Indian boy who was born with bilateral oblique facial clefts, and underwent surgery sometime in 2021.
Even though this photo was from 2021, the boy was born with this birth defect in 2016 – at least 3 years before the COVID-19 pandemic, and 4 years before the first COVID-19 vaccines were approved.
You have to ask yourself – why do the creators of Died Suddenly need to use photos of children who were born with birth defects long before the COVID-19 vaccines were invented.
If what they say is true – they would have tens of thousands, if not millions, of examples of birth defects caused by the COVID-19 vaccines.
Yet, they had no choice but to use photos of birth defects from before the COVID-19 pandemic… WHY? That is a question the creators of Died Suddenly must answer.
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