While much of the entertainment world was focused on the death of Lisa Marie Presley, another celebrity died from a heart attack at an even younger age. Taylor Brice LeJeune may not be a household name, but fans of his popular TikTok persona, Waffler69, were shocked that he died so young.
According to People:
Taylor Brice LeJeune, known to fans on social media as food influencer Waffler69, died on Jan. 11 after suffering a “presumed heart attack,” his brother Clay confirmed on TikTok. The content creator was 33.
According to Clay’s message, Taylor—who resided in Louisiana—was “rushed to the hospital” but ultimately passed away a short time later.
As always, there are no notable corporate media outlets mentioning the possibility that LeJeune died as a result of adverse reactions to the Covid-19 “vaccines” affecting his heart. There are even fewer people questioning LeJeune’s death than normal because his claim to fame was in his eating habits which were notably unhealthy. Nevertheless, eating fast food and other items that are not friendly to the heart generally doesn’t result in a heart attack at the age of 33.
These deaths are becoming more and more common, yet we’re seeing no attention paid to it outside of “fringe” media. But as we always say, someone needs to ask…
Was it the jabs?
What Would You Do If Pharmacies Couldn’t Provide You With Crucial Medications or Antibiotics?
The medication supply chain from China and India is more fragile than ever since Covid. The US is not equipped to handle our pharmaceutical needs. We’ve already seen shortages with antibiotics and other medications in recent months and pharmaceutical challenges are becoming more frequent today.
Our partners at Jase Medical offer a simple solution for Americans to be prepared in case things go south. Their “Jase Case” gives Americans emergency antibiotics they can store away while their “Jase Daily” offers a wide array of prescription drugs to treat the ailments most common to Americans.
They do this through a process that embraces medical freedom. Their secure online form allows board-certified physicians to prescribe the needed drugs. They are then delivered directly to the customer from their pharmacy network. The physicians are available to answer treatment related questions.