The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 43
White clots and black specks. A plane falls out of the sky, a teen falls off his bike, and a car starts a fire. Drivers, a toddler, hikers, an oil rig worker, a prisoner, a swimmer, a guy. It's TROME
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Notable excerpts from the article: Ctrl+f —> “vaccine” —> 0/0 results.
Well, I couldn’t let Jo Lindner’s situation pass without mention. He potentially found the white clots in his own blood, along with black specks. Quadruple shotted. He had extensive bloodwork done regularly, as a steroid-recovering bodybuilder still undergoing various treatments including testosterone therapy, as I understand it. A few weeks ago he went on the Bradley Martyn podcast and spoke of finding the white substance and the black specks and the four shots:
Jo Lindner: “I did blood-cleaning twice after all this. I did a plasmapheresis where taking out heavy metals and all that stuff. Oh, man, yeah, I did all this, and I don’t know, if this is too controversi- probably to say —”
Bradley Martyn: “Wait, no, say it! Say it!”
Lindner: “[…] I did my bloodwork again because I take my bloodwork all the time and then, I show it to the doctor and we kind of see these — particles, and I’m like ‘What is this?’ and then —”
Martyn: “No way, dude!”
He had the plasmapheresis, which is where the blood is removed from the body and cleaned I guess like in dialysis, and he had that done twice, and tells and interesting story about it:
Lindner: “I don’t know if the nurse did something weird […]. So when she then took out the blood, and it’s like, there was some, like a white thing in there. And I’m like: ‘What the fuck is it?’ And then, then maybe they’re like: ‘Maybe cholesterol.’”
He had further bloodwork done and did not find more white clots, but that’s when he found the black particles.
Not long later he died from an aneurysm.
But that’s not a medical emergency. That’s an aneurysm.
The reason for the TROME series was to keep an eye on the reporting of obvious candidate vaccine injury, both on the reports themselves but also on the reporting per se. I get sidetracked with the mountain of stories to go through just to keep the situation updated, but I have several media-centric stories on the backburner from all the subterfuge and noise and garbage out there alongside the simple term “medical emergency.”
The fact is, though, a lot of these emergencies actually are just sheer mysteries. Outright. We know that a lot of them stay mysteries in the hospital, and stay mysteries the whole rest of the way.
But that’s the problem, isn’t it? Mystery? What mystery? In the face of experimental shots THERE IS NO MYSTERY. I’m not blaming the shots by saying so, either.
When the experimental shots started and the sudden deaths followed, there was no mystery. At that point, instead of mystery, there was a need for close review. And maybe I should put “need” in capital letters, eh? Because the lack of the necessary reaction — the lack of review — is what causes the mystery. There is no mystery. What there is is a determined failure to review.
They’re baffled. And they made themselves baffled. We all know this. Anybody reading this knows this.
And here’s one way they keep themselves baffled. After the vaccine wasn’t examined, it had to be actively ignored. Thus the diagnoses became in every instance identical: ABTV — Anything But The Vaccine:
No one asked about steroids in James’ case. And no one asked about the shots in Jo Lindner’s case. That’s concerning, since he himself had described what he found in his blood after the shots only weeks before dying the same way the young woman had almost died. The same way 22 year-old champion volleyball player Fatima Shabazz died in 2021.
I’m always struck by her beauty. RIP Fatima Shabazz. So many stars have been taken from us. So many great names have been eliminated from future rosters.
And there was no mystery to it. There never was.
1) Three killed, one injured in South Carolina when small plane crashed into woods near golf course outside Myrtle Beach and burst into flames
‘Three people have reportedly been killed, and one person was injured when a small plane crashed at a golf course near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Sunday.
The crash occurred at around 11.20am in the woods north of the Barefoot Resort and Golf Club. It involved a single-engine Piper PA-32 with four people onboard, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement.
Photo and videos posted online showed smoke emanating from the golf course near the ritzy Barefoot Landing area.’
‘[…] one person was taken to a local hospital and at least one other was pronounced dead at the scene.’
‘The situation is critical for a teenager from Covington, Phoenix Bigler has been hospitalized after suffering a medical emergency while riding his bike.
The 17-year-old is well known within his church community, his friend Christian Kennedy told Eyewitness News.
"Phoenix was a very healthy kid, he was always active, always running around," Kennedy said.’
‘According to close family friend John Wondergem, the teen was riding his bike Sunday afternoon and experienced a medical episode. There are few details, but Phoenix had to be airlifted to New Orleans and is in critical condition.’
‘Firefighters were able to put out a small grass fire that also torched a car on some farmland on Highway 36 on Monday afternoon.
Firefighters from Junction City Fire Department, the Lane Fire Authority, and Harrisburg Fire and Rescue responded to a reported grass fire at a property on Highway 36 a few miles east of the community of Cheshire at about 1:07 p.m. on July 3. When they arrived, firefighters said they found that a car on the side of the road was ablaze and had caught some grass on fire.’
‘Firefighters suspect the fire was caused when a person in the car suffered some sort of medical emergency, and left the vehicle while it was still running, where a spark touched off the dry grass and led to the fire. An investigation is ongoing.’
‘A medical emergency caused a local man to lose control of his vehicle Monday morning, leading to damage at the Schroeder Sports Complex in Jasper.’
‘The Slidell Police Department reports that a man is dead after suffering from a medical emergency prior to a car crash in Slidell on Monday, July 3.’
‘Upon arrival, they discovered the driver, a 73-year-old man, unconscious and not breathing. Officers performed lifesaving measures, but the man was eventually pronounced dead at the scene.
Slidell police said a preliminary investigation shows the man was driving a pickup truck westbound on Gause when the truck hit a utility pole. The driver had minor injuries from the crash, leading detectives to believe he may have had a heart attack before losing control of the pickup.’
‘A 50-year-old man killed with his dog in a London crash was a father and longtime business owner who went "above and beyond" for others, his daughter says.’
‘London police have not disclosed details of the incident, but the initial scanner call suggested emergency crews responded around 7:30 p.m. on June 30 to a person who was "vital signs absent" following a single-vehicle crash on Veterans Memorial Parkway near Oxford Street.’
‘While questions remain about the cause of the collision, Madison said her family managed to gain some clarity after speaking to the coroner.
"We did hear from the coroner that there was no heart attack or blood clot or any other medical emergency that they could see," she said. "So whether he fell asleep at the wheel or something like that, we don't know. No one's figured out what exactly happened, but we do know that it's not those things."’
Sounds like a medical emergency alright.
‘A toddler was rushed to the hospital after a "medical emergency" at a home in Phoenix on Monday afternoon.’
‘A hiker died after suffering a medical emergency in North Conway near the summit of Black Cap Mountain, New Hampshire Fish and Game said.
New Hampshire Fish and Game said around 7 p.m. on Sunday, they were notified of a 59-year-old having a medical emergency near the summit.
He was with family who attempted life saving measures but he died, Fish and Game said.’
‘Shortly before 7 p.m. Sunday, New Hampshire Fish and Game officials received a report that a 59-year-old hiker was experiencing a medical emergency near the Black Cap summit, a release from New Hampshire Fish and Game said.
"He was with family who attempted life-saving measures, but unfortunately he passed away," the release said.’
‘Officials said no further information will be released at this time. The hiker's name is being withheld, pending notification of family.’
‘An employee on an offshore rig had to be medevaced on Sunday, June 2 after experiencing an apparent medical emergency.’
‘A 47-year-old man was reported to be experiencing heart-attack-like symptoms while offshore.
The Coast Guard launched the Air Station New Orleans MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew to assist.
The employee was taken to University Medical Center where he was listed to be in stable condition.’
‘Another inmate has died at the Harris County Jail this year, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
Ramon Thomas, 30, was found unresponsive with a low pulse in his cell on Saturday, according to authorities.’
‘Thomas had no obvious physical injuries. He had been in jail since April 19.
The death is being investigated by the Texas Rangers in accordance with state law that requires all jail deaths to be investigated by an outside law enforcement agency.’
‘An air ambulance has landed in a park after reports of a 'medical emergency'. The chopper touched down in Clough Hall Park, in Kidsgrove, over the weekend.
Paramedics were then directed to a property on nearby Westmorland Avenue. The patient's current condition has not been disclosed.’
‘A Florida man died after being pulled from the ocean at Edisto Beach on Sunday afternoon, according to Colleton County Fire-Rescue Chief Barry McRoy.
Around 3:30 p.m., local and county agencies were dispatched to the 100 block of Palmetto Boulevard, nearby Coot’s Bar & Grill, in response to a report of a drowning.
Nick Valdez, 57, was swimming with friends when they turned around and found him under the water, Colleton County Coroner Richard Harvey said Monday morning.’
‘Those helpers stopped after seeing Cummings on the ground. The Vietnam veteran had a medical emergency, but one helper, Paige Leitschuck drives up with some simple question, “Are you okay.” Cummings answered yeah, but Leitschuck told Local4 News she knew he needed help.
“I seen his hat away from his head, so I knew that he fell, and he turned and I heard him say ow,” Leitschuck said.
Leitschuck also stayed with Jack till the ambulance got there, even helping to make sure he kept breathing through a seizure. It was later found that Jack had RSV which he spent some time in the hospital for.’
RSV. This is killing me.