August 3, 2022

Conservative leadership candidate Leslyn Lewis said governments need to look into Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS).

“We were quickly told this wasn’t vaccine-related,” said Lewis in a Wednesday email.

“But that is not good enough.”

Lewis pointed out SADS manifests in healthy young adults who suddenly drop dead. She said SADS might be the reason the leading cause of death in Alberta is because of unknown reasons.

Alberta reported an unprecedented increase in ill-defined and unknown causes of death in 2021.

Unknown causes is leading the way over dementia, which had been in the top spot since 2016, and COVID-19 which began adding to the death tally in Alberta in 2020.

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  1. Dear Ms. Lewis.

    Where were you when the people (doctors included) originally tried to warn everyone as far back as 18 months ago that these things were made to kill people? That they were made to turn anyone injected into full-time walking ‘typhoid mary’s that would eventually kill them through internal sabotage? Where were you when SADS was starting to become a thing several months back? Why wait so damn long before standing up for the endless victims of this charade?

    Hmm? Oh, you were nowhere in sight. You were helping to promote this. You were helping to keep up pinned in our homes, helping to suffocate the elderly through neglect and 4th-world conditions. You were busy making sure no one noticed your own pharma ties. Sorry, but using a crisis as a way of promoting yourself as the best leader for a party that is just as corrupt as the one on the left side (and pretty much everyone else in the House of Parasites) shows just how despicable you are

    I await to be called mysoginist, racist, holder of unacceptable views, etc…

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