They take us for fools

Unfortunately, they're probably right

Writes the BBC:

(see here [remove space between co and .uk]: .uk/news/uk-england-london-65321937

The death of a doctor after his Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab was due to “unintended complications of the vaccine”, an inquest has ruled.

Stephen Wright, an NHS psychologist in south-east London, died 10 days after his first dose in January 2021, senior coroner Andrew Harris found.

Of course, they emphasize this kind of event is rare:

At London Inner South Coroner’s Court, Mr Harris described it as a “very unusual and deeply tragic case”. AstraZeneca (AZ) has been approached for comment.

How unlucky for the victim to have been killed by such a “very unusual” case, when he was one of the first people to receive the vaccine.

Strange, is it not?

They take us for fools. And unfortunately, they are probably right.