On Covid vaccines, diabetic ketoacidosis, and the death of Dan Kaminsky, by Alex Berenson

You can get ostracized and cancelled for even suggesting that a vaccine recipient’s illness or illnesses might have been brought on by the vaccine. From Alex Berenson at theburningplatform.com:

When people die, refusing to ask hard questions about what might have killed them is not heroic. It’s the opposite.

Dan Kaminsky died in San Francisco at the age of 42 on April 23, 2021.

He a computer security expert, well-known in that tight-knit community, with almost 100,000 followers on Twitter.

He was also a strong supporter of mRNA Covid vaccinations. On April 16, he tweeted that they were “astoundingly clever.” And on April 12, he proudly reported that he had been “vaxxed!”

Eleven days later he was dead.

I can’t remember how I came across Kaminsky’s death, but I did. I checked to see if he had publicly reported being vaccinated; he had. And so I tweeted on April 25 (those were the days before Twitter had censored me):

“So another well-known person in his forties – not a true celebrity, but someone with a sizable Twitter following – “died suddenly” Friday. No cause of death given, and his family wants privacy. These cases have popped with disturbing frequency since December.”

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