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It’s not humanly possible for us to cover every important/intriguing story happening right now in this dystopian society. The COVID Blog has a very active, engaged audience. We get emails and often just comments on stories (that we do not publish) providing story leads and requests for us to investigate stories that mainstream media gloss over or propagandize.

We haven’t done one of these summary stories in a while. But it’s necessary to address several subject matters that continually pop up in communications from readers. So we’ll get right to it with these eight story briefs.

Celine Dion paralyzed after mRNA injections?

French-Canadian singer Celine Dion announced via Instagram on October 19 that her long-awaited show at the Resorts World Theater in Las Vegas is cancelled. Ms. Dion, 53, is reportedly suffering from “severe and persistent muscle spasms” and cannot perform as a result.

Resorts World Las Vegas celebrated its grand opening on June 25. But the Resorts World Theater grand opening was scheduled for today, with Ms. Dion as the headliner.

The International Business Times (IBT) published a “fact check” article on October 26. It concluded that all claims connecting Ms. Dion’s poor health and mRNA or viral vector DNA injections are “totally false.” But a whole lot of coincidences say otherwise.

The Resorts World Theater is operated by AEG Presents, a Los Angeles-based sports and entertainment company that owns and/or operates more than 150 venues across the globe. But Resorts World owns the physical space. Jay Marciano, CEO of AEG, told the Las Vegas Review Journal in August that all AEG venues require proof of vaccination for entry into events. Some AEG venues allow a negative COVID test within 72 in lieu of the vaxx card. Resorts World president Scott Sibella said vaccine policies for the theater would be “mutually” agreed upon between the hotel and AEG.

Resorts World announced in September that all new hires are required to receive mRNA or viral vector DNA injections as a condition of employment. Further, Ms. Dion owns several homes around the world, including in Las Vegas. She’s from Canada (Quebec) originally and likely still travels there. Canada requires vaccine passports for international travelers. The foregoing IBT article says, “Dion has taken the Covid-19 vaccine.”

That all said, Ms. Dion’s injuries are far more serious than just muscle spasms, as reported my mainstream media. French weekly magazine Public reported on October 29 that Ms. Dion is paralyzed. A relative told the magazine the following:

“Celine can no longer get out of bed, move or walk. She suffers from pain in her legs and feet which paralyzes her. She is very weak and has lost much weight.”

Paralysis is a fairly common adverse effect from the shots. Ms. Dion also cancelled shows scheduled for February 2022. Thus she does not expect to be healthy anytime soon.

Wendy Williams vaccine adverse effects?

This is one of those sad cases of an informed, critical thinker receiving the shots even though she knew they were dangerous.

Daytime talk show host Wendy Williams adamantly stated her position against the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections during an appearance on the Dr. Oz Show in March. Ms. Williams, 57, told Dr. Mehmet Oz “I don’t trust [these vaccines]” despite Oz continually trying to pressure and talk Ms. Williams into getting the shots. It was an arrogant display by Oz, who was acting like the spokesman for Pfizer or Moderna. But Ms. Williams stood her ground.

“Doctors are really smart people, but doctors don’t know everything, and that’s been proven as well, I’m not getting the vaccine…I’m not saying you shouldn’t get the vaccine, everybody watching, I’m saying I’m not getting the vaccine.”

But the Wendy Williams Show broadcasts from New York City. New York has had that indoor vaxx mandate since August 17. The mandate is the reason Brooklyn Nets star guard Kyrie Irving is sitting out the 2021-22 NBA season (and forfeiting over $30 million). He refuses to be injected regardless of how much money he’ll lose. But money may be more important to Ms. Williams than Mr. Irving.

Ms. Williams postponed the Season 13 premiere of her show, which was set to air on September 20. The premiere was moved to October 4. But the Wendy Williams Show Instagram page announced on September 30 that Ms. Williams was postponing her return again until October 18 due to a “breakthrough COVID case.”

“Breakthrough COVID case” indicates that she caved and received the injections. Several mainstream media outlets, including USA Today and Variety magazine,confirmed that Ms. Williams received the shots. Mainstream outlets all used the CDC propaganda term “breakthrough case” when describing Ms. Williams’ absence from the show. It’s safe to say that her absence is now indefinite, as the show goes on with re-runs and guest hosts.

Mainstream outlets tried putting a positive spin on Ms. Williams’ absence. The Wrap reported that ratings for The Wendy Williams Show are higher in 2021 versus 2020. But the truth is that show producers are now forced to pay studio audience members $75 per show just to fill all the seats.

Wendy Williams already had Graves’ disease, an autoimmune disorder that causes the immune system to attack the thyroid gland. She took three weeks off from her show in 2018 due to complications from the disease. We’ve seen over and over again how the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections exacerbate preexisting medical issues, particularly autoimmune disorders.

Tevita Bryce – New Jersey rugby player collapses on the field

Mr. Tevita Bryce, his wife Ashley, and their now 18-month-old boy just moved to New Jersey from New Zealand in July. Mr. Bryce, 28, has played rugby his whole life. He played professionally in Japan and had an offer to play in Canada. His latest opportunity was with the Montclair Rugby Football Club.

Montclair was playing Morris Rugby in a semifinal match in Denville, New Jersey, on Saturday, October 23. In a scary, disturbing moment, Mr. Bryce kicked the ball, and suddenly collapsed to the ground with 15 minutes left in the game. Several people, including members of the other team, rushed to his aid. Mr. Bryce was convulsing on the ground before going limp. He had no pulse and was declared clinically dead.

Morris Rugby happens to be the only team in the league that keeps an automated external defibrillator (AED) on the sidelines during games. Despite having no heartbeat for 28 minutes, CPR kept him alive long enough to get to the hospital. Emergency surgery removed a blood clot that formed in a groin artery and traveled to his heart. Doctors said Mr. Bryce survived two heart attacks and a stroke.

Here is a report from 1 News in Auckland.

Montclair Rugby is managed by Empire GU Rugby. The organization does not appear to have any vaccine mandates. There’s also no blanket vaccine mandate in the state for athletes. But Mrs. Bryce posted a video on Facebook on August 20, apparently approving of mask mandates.

We were emailed this screenshot from a couple different people. But it appears to have been deleted from Mrs. Bryce’s Facebook timeline. She’s also since added her maiden name to her Facebook name, thus we cannot say 100% that the screenshot is legitimate.

Regardless, there sure have been a whole lot of coincidences with young people, particularly athletes, collapsing and, in some cases, dying in 2021.

NFL referee Carl Madsen dies after working Chiefs-Titans game

Mr. Madsen had just finished his duties as the replay official in the Kansas City Chiefs versus Tennessee Titans game at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on October 24. He was driving home when police received a call at 4:46 p.m. Eastern time because an SUV was stopped and blocking traffic on Interstate 65 northbound.

Police arrived and said the driver was “unresponsive.” They use batons to break the windows and open the door. A Nashville Police spokesperson said Mr. Madsen died from a “medical emergency.” He was 71.

Watch a report from WKRN News 2 in Nashville.

Of course vaxx apologists will chalk this up to age. NFL officials were 99% vaccinated as of September 3. Further, the average NFL official is 51 years old. But a lot of them are much older than that. Jerome Boger is 66. Carl Cheffers is 61. Both of them run up and down the field with all those world-class athletes every Sunday. In other words, NFL officials are in very good shape for their ages.

There’s still no official cause of death as of today. But, you know.

Blake Barklage – Pennsylvania 17-year-old dies after soccer game

Blake Barklage was a senior at La Salle College High School in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania. He was also a team manager for the varsity soccer team. La Salle defeated Father Judge High School 3-2 in the Philadelphia Catholic League Championship game on Saturday, October 30. The team was celebrating on the field when Blake suddenly collapsed. He was rushed to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead shortly thereafter. The cause of death is being described as a “sudden cardiac event.”

Watch a report from CBS 3 News in Philadelphia.

There’s no concrete evidence as to Blake’s vaccination status. But Tom Barklage, Blake’s father, works for Johnson & Johnson, and used for work for J&J subsidiary Centocor Biopharmaceutical.

Tom wasn’t shy about promoting his company’s products either.

The family asks for donations to the Guardian Angel Fund in lieu of flowers in Blake’s memory.

Comcast censors Maddie De Garay ad

Most who follow this blog know about Maddie de Garay, the Ohio 13-year-old who is permanently maimed after her parents volunteered her for a Pfizer mRNA trial. Doctors have continually told Maddie and family that all of her problems are “in her head.”

The Vaccine Safety Research Foundation created an 30-second television ad that was to run the weekend before and during the Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) meetings that began on October 25. Comcast signed an agreement to air the ad on Thursday, October 21. It was scheduled to begin airing during NBC’s Saturday Night Live. But Comcast reneged on the deal and pulled the ad before it aired.

Comcast has nearly 19 million paid television customers. It was a blatant act of censorship and missed opportunity for millions of people to see the ad (below) and become more informed.

Meanwhile Pfizer debuted one of the most disgusting, evil ads in broadcast history on November 1. Kids ages 5 to 11 become superheroes once they are injected with Pfizer mRNA, according to Pfizer.

Senator Ron Johnson holds another roundtable for vaxx injured

Speaking of Maddie, it was Senator Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, who gave her and several other vaxx-injured people platforms back on June 28. Mainstream media completely ignored it. Thus it should be no surprise that they ignored yet another roundtable discussion by Senator Johnson on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, November 2.

Maddie and her mother testified once again, along with several other vaxx-injured people and medical experts. Mainstream media completely ignored the three-hour panel discussion. Right now it’s still live on Senator Johnson’s YouTube channel. But don’t be surprised if the following video disappears in the next several days.

Hats off to Senator Johnson and Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, the only two Congress members out of 535 who are on our side in this war.

We’ll publish another one of these long, summary stories next week to ensure you’re in the loop on all the happenings in our new dystopian world. Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.