Emergence of ‘Sudden Adult Death Syndrome’ sparks bafflement, skepticism

A strange new medical phenomenon referred to as “Sudden Adult Death Syndrome” (SADS) has been making headlines in recent weeks, and though already-fearful liberals are sounding the alarm about lives supposedly lost to this condition, there is one possible explanation few appear willing to explore.

As the Daily Wire reports, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) defines SADS as “an umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people whose cause of death following post mortem examination is ‘undetermined’ or ‘unascertained.’”

The age category reportedly most affected by SADS is, according to the RACGP, adults 40 years and age and under.

Many stories of SADS victims seem to follow a similar pattern in that those affected were young, vigorous, and healthy all the way up to their deaths, leaving friends and family baffled as to what could have possibly caused the loss of their lives.

Last month, for instance the Irish Mirror told the story of Catherine Keane, who passed away suddenly at just 31 years of age, with the woman’s mother confirming that her daughter was a physically active person who “went to the gym and walked 10,000 steps every day,” making her demise all the more confounding to her and those with whom she shared a Dublin flat.

Though some medical professionals insist that despite a seeming rise in news stories about such deaths, the frequency of scenarios in which relatively young individuals suddenly have their heart stop with no underlying cause ever discovered has been quite consistent over many years, not everyone is convinced that nothing nefarious is afoot with the advent of the term “SADS.”

Political commentator Eva Vlaardingerbroek, a frequent contributor to the Mark Steyn Show on GB News in the U.K. has suggested the recent emergence of this newly-named condition is part of a broader, liberal establishment cover-up of injuries caused by COVID-19 vaccines.

During a recent conversation with Steyn, Vlaardingerbroek was asked whether those touting SADS as a perfectly routine cause of death in young people are really as ignorant as they appear when they claim to be “baffled” by such incidents to which she replied, “I don’t think that they’re stupid, I think that they think that we are stupid. …we just have suddenly all these extra deaths, and we have no idea why, but we do know that it’s not the vaccine, that’s the one thing they can tell you for sure.”

“There are too many powerful institutions and stakeholders involved here and all have huge interests in us not knowing what the side effects are of this vaccine, and even apart from the government and big pharma, just ordinary people think about how many people have taken this vaccine and how hard it must be mentally to grasp the idea that you might have taken something that is bad for you…and not just you, also your children,” she added, providing crucial – yet chilling – food for thought.