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Steve Kirsch is amazing, I am humbled by his writing!

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I would assume with the fear mongering that many went out to get life insurance after getting the jab... Just in case. Do life insurance companies, have a legal (if not moral) responsibility to disclose this before selling the policy?

https://www.vosslawfirm.com/blog/life-insurance-claim-denied-because-of-covid-19-diagnosis.cfm

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The nation's blood supply is poisoned with the experimental mRNA "vaccine". The Red Cross is not testing nor labeling blood as vaccinated or pure sourced. Nobody is talking about this nor is anyone asking if the nation's blood supply is safe.

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I agree, it's a horrific situation.

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I have been wondering this also. My father almost died of Myocarditis after the second Pfizer shot. I have a Million dollar policy on him. I did not want to alert them since he finally got off the 02 after 3 months and lived.

I did however call my workmans comp company for my practice when Gov. Newsome was mandating the jab for healthcare workers. All my employees elected to take it on their own fear and I elected to only do rapid tests for myself for legal documentation. When I asked my workmans comp company, if I mandate the Jab to my employees per Calif mandate, and they get a vaccine injury will you cover that for an emergency use drug. Talked to three people and a supervisor! No commitment!!! Said they would have to look at each individuals case.

Would not guarantee coverage.

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Good thing vax deaths aren't ever attributed to the vax.

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I'm posting a new comment as my original one said there was no proof to confirm this. However this Texan law firm say they have people approaching them as they are being refused payments for Covid-19 deaths. https://www.vosslawfirm.com/blog/life-insurance-claim-denied-because-of-covid-19-diagnosis.cfm

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Does anyone know the status of California mandating vaccines for students. Thanks for reply’s because we have to decide if we need to move.

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Living in a communist state should be incentive enough to move. They are not going to change.

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That would tell us all we need to know about the safety of these jabs, if true. I'd read the policy, just in case.

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Hello, everyone. I’m an American writer based in Paris. The story of the French insurer as mentioned in the link to the video intrigued me, so I did some digging and for now, I’m not seeing any evidence of this. It apparently was originally a claim made by French lawyer Brusa Carlo-Alberto on his Facebook page, but I can’t find the post.

This is not to say that some insurers are not paying out. Here’s a link to the British Medical Association detailing that Covid is not classified as a critical illness and thus “is highly unlikely that a critical illness policy will pay out if you develop non-complicated COVID illness.” https://www.bma.org.uk/advice-and-support/covid-19/your-health/covid-19-your-life-insurance

Stay informed, everyone, and continue to get the word out with verified reports. Cheers!

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This is what I have on the France insurance denial… https://www.facebook.com/1245454475/posts/10227658884438066/

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Thank you, Cheryl. This is actually the same video that the link in the article goes too. The doctor’s account, at this time, can’t be verified, for the reasons I’ve mentioned above. With any luck, we’ll hear more on it but for now it could be just a rumor that the lawyer in my comment has put out. He apparently has a history of exaggerating things unfortunately :/

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Ok, thank you for the feedback! We need verification when sharing info. That's for sure. I have a few other links, last line re "experimental"...https://tapnewswire.com/2021/03/if-you-die-from-vaccine-your-life-insurance-wont-pay-as-its-an-experimental-vaccine/

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I recently renewed my life insurance and I asked this question of the agent/broker specifically, who scoffed at the question somewhat and reassured me that of course the policy would pay out in such a circumstance. However, I have not combed through the policy itself yet.

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Your insurance agent/broker cannot guarantee company policy. You need to go directly to the company and speak to their underwriting department for current policy trends. My guess is you will get passed around and get no firm commitment. Once one company does something like this, more of them will follow suit.

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From ACLI which doesn’t unequivocally state that taking a EUA treatment is NOT considered a suicide, thereby negating a life insurance policy’s coverage.

https://www.acli.com/Posting/NR21-012

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Mar 24, 2022·edited Mar 24, 2022

You'd better get your magnifying glass out and read the extra fine print brother. That agent like all agents are there to SELL YOU a policy. I'll bet my ass and $100 not one of them knows exactly what the policy says or doesn't say. They only know the generalizations of any policy.

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Only in this bass ackwards world could someone so desperate to stay alive that they would inject themselves with something they know nothing about because EVERYONE told them it would save them, be accused of committing suicide, while a felon who ingested enough fentanyl to kill an elephant (George Floyd) would be considered an innocent murder victim.

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I too was shocked when the news came that GF was not killed by the cop but died of drug overdose. I learned that 100K people per year die of Fentanyl overdose in the US, which is far worse than the supposed COVID death toll given the average age of victms. And that the political narrative trumps the facts in the US, to the point that you cannot state the facts and that an innocent policeman will be jailed for life on contradictory grounds.

Decadence is not pretty. The US is not just detroying itself. It is deshonoring itself too.

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Maybe you are not aware but the claims have to be submitted to the Vaccination Injury Compensation program and this federal organization decides who has a legitimate claim. If you have a legitimate claim (1 / 1,000,000) you may be compensated and THEN claim for the difference with your life insurance.

https://www.hrsa.gov/sites/default/files/hrsa/vaccine-compensation/data/vicp-stats-03-01-22.pdf

Apparently it's a long and difficult trek.

I don't think you have a much better chance than buying a lottery ticket or slightly better if you consider the odds at the Powerball are 1 / 300,000,000.

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we can't loose all the covid injected people, and yet, that's what many specialists predicted already in 2020, and now from a completely new perspective a superb analysis by Ed:

https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/economist-who-predicted-covid-tyranny-warns-of-imminent-collapse/

who knows a lot about insurances.

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Everyone should watch the video interview with Edward Dowd in this link.

One interesting comment he made is that if the market can't handle even the smallest increase in the interest rate we are in store for..........

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I wish I could say this is a surprise .

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Sort of a catch22. Big Pharma and medical doctors can deny that a vaccinated person died from the vaccine. And also claim a person is unvaccinated until 2 weeks after the second jab.

BUT the insurance company can claim a vaccinated person died from the vaccine.

Sort of a win/win for both. So the vaccinated may as well cancel all life insurance. Because the Actuaries are going to pour over the unredacted Pfizer documents to discover the 1200 possible conditions resulting from these jabs. Result—No payout.

Accidental life insurance is also a rare payout. It’s a scam anyway. Save your money. Cancel life insurance. Another industry that deserves to bite the dust.

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