UFC fighter Damon Jackson is still trying to understand how his 37-year-old older brother just died suddenly. He and his family can’t figure out what happened, but they have their suspicions, but Jackson says he doesn’t want to get into “conspiracy theories.” And that’s because Jackson has come forward and said that his beloved brother dropped dead out of nowhere, just 2 weeks after he got the COVID-19 jab.
How sad, that the left-wing media has made people scared to talk about something like this. They’re afraid of being called names.
Disgusting. If you ask me, that is a Marxist plot to silence people and keep them “in line.”
Mission accomplished, Dems…
LifeSite News reported that. Months after the sudden death of his 37-year-old brother, mixed martial artist Damon Jackson says his family is still at a loss as to what happened, speculating that the COVID vaccine could have played a role.
The veteran Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) gladiator addressed the September 2022 death of his older brother Bradley in a January interview with MMA news site Sherdog.com.
The 34-year-old mixed martial artist acknowledged in the interview that Bradley’s death still does not “make a lot of sense.”
“He wasn’t answering calls and texts, so we went over to check on him and we found him at his house,” he said. “We did try to figure out if it could’ve been the vaccine. It could’ve been medication. It could’ve been a handful of things. But there’s no present, like, apparent reason why it happened. Just kind of out of nowhere.”
Jackson pointed out that Bradley was “vaccinated” roughly two weeks before his death, but then added that he did not “want to get into conspiracies and all that kind of stuff.”
“Nothing adds up, so we’re trying to figure out some answers, but we don’t have any answers so far,” he said.
Let’s hope and pray that he and his family, and so many others, get the answer that they deserve about their loved ones who have “died suddenly.”
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