Once upon a time in the United States, like two years, when little kids died in their sleep for no apparent reason, it was national news. But today it’s just normal and glossed over by cable and network news. Thanks, Ukraine.

Logan Gagnier was a normal, healthy 9-year-old boy from Eagle Mountain, Utah. He loved Oreo cookies, Doritos, BYU football, and Utah Jazz basketball. He played football and basketball himself.

Logan was hanging out with his grandparents on Friday, March 11. He returned home and went to sleep later that night. The next morning, Saturday, March 12, the family was worried when he was very late to wake up and emerge from his room. Logan’s older sister went to check on him, only to find him unresponsive in his bed. He had been dead for hours, according to his father, Garth Gagnier.

Here is a report from KSL News in Salt Lake City.

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Of course the so-called journalists skipped the most important question in these times when kids are dying unexpectedly at very disturbing rates. KSL-TV is owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (“Mormon Church”). Said church publicly and vehemently forbids religious exemptions from the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. The Mormon Church also owns nearly $650 million in Johnson & Johnson stock, and $1 billion each of Google, Apple and Microsoft stock.