Matthew Perry is widely recognized for his support of the mRNA vaccine. In fact, he went as far as sporting a t-shirt featuring a play on the famous line from Friends, which read: “Could I BE any more vaccinated?”
His strong endorsement of vaccination has prompted questions about whether his robust vaccination status might have played a role in his unexpected passing. It’s worth noting that myocarditis and cardiomyopathy have been reported as significant side effects associated with the vaccine.
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After the release of actor Matthew Perry’s autopsy ruled out drug overdose from meth or fentanyl, speculation continued to mount that the 54-year-old Friends star was yet another casualty of the #DiedSuddenly disease that has prematurely claimed untold numbers of young, healthy individuals since the arrival three years ago of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.
Perry was found dead in his hot tub over the weekend after reportedly spending the afternoon playing pickleball—a semi-strenuous, racket-based sport similar to tennis and badminton.
His death was, presumably, the result of a “cardiac episode,” similar to the myocarditis and cardiomyopathy diagnoses present in many of the cases involving adverse vaccine reactions, the Connecticut Centinal reported.
No media reports gave the exact number of Perry’s COVID vaccinations.
Considering the number of sudden deaths among those who have been vaccinated, it’s not unreasonable to raise the question of whether Perry’s passing might also be linked to the mRNA vaccines.