Baseball legend Hank Aaron dies two weeks after receiving coronavirus vaccinate during publicity stunt

On Jan. 5, Major League Baseball (BLM) legend and Hall of Famer Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron publicly took a Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine during a stunt aimed at persuading more African-Americans to get injected. A little more than two weeks later, Aaron died right on cue. The reason this writer says “on cue” is because there is now a clear and undeniable pattern of elderly people – Aaron was 86 years old when he died – passing away roughly two weeks after getting injected with Chinese poison.Aaron was among the first major figures to be injected as part of the Donald Trump-launched “Operation Warp Speed” program for fast-tracked mass vaccination against the WuFlu. Aaron had previously told the media that he was excited about getting jabbed.



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