Another vax pusher has dropped dead under mysterious circumstances.
Canadian journalist Ian Vandaelle has died at the age of 33 after an unexplained illness, according to a social media post by his partner and fellow journalist Stephanie Hughes.
Vandaelle drew the ire of unvaccinated Canadians after he advocated for vaccine mandates during the Covid-19 pandemic, advocating for both the “carrot” and the “stick” approach.
“Incentivize getting the vaccine however we like … and require vaccination to do … non-essential things. Wanna go to a bar to watch the game? Passport,” Vandaelle wrote on X (Twitter) in 2021.
While employed by BNN Bloomberg, Vandaelle wrote articles with headlines such as Vaccines, not stimulus will ease Canada’s COVID hit.
Friends and colleagues of Vandaelle report being “saddened” by the news of his death. However, critics of the vaccine mandates were less kind, with some describing his passing as “karma.”
Vaccines are still considered safe and effective by health authorities, and serious side effects are rare. However, injury and death have been linked to the vaccine in certain instances.
Many Canadians felt victimized by vaccine mandates, as was evidenced by the strong level of support for the Freedom Convoy in early 2022.
It is not clear how Vandaelle died, and there is no evidence linking his death the Covid-19 vaccine. His partner was asked for comment on the matter, but did not provide an immediate response.
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