Twenty-four-year-old Global Regina reporter Matthew Rodrigopulle passed away at his home, which a fellow reporter announced on Sept. 4 with tears in her eyes. A memorial page for him stated the cause of death as a congenital heart defect, although there was no indication that he earlier had this condition.
The late journalist was known for his natural technique in reporting and stylish on-air presence. Rodrigopulle also carried his love for hockey team Toronto Maple Leafs with his new job in the province of Saskatchewan.
Writing for the RAIR Foundation, investigative journalist Amy Mek pointed out that Rodrigopulle joined the hundreds of thousands of young people who died too soon due to the heart problems caused by the COVID-19 shots.
“Some may be congenital defects; others may not. Only an autopsy could provide clarity, but this is usually refused and not often encouraged by medical professionals,” she wrote. “As a result, scores of people suspected of dying due to the gene therapy injections are being cremated shortly after their death.”
The general public then speculated on Rodrigopulle’s mysterious and unexpected death. However, “fact-checkers” and mainstream media (MSM) outlets worked double-time to debunk any claims that the COVID-19 vaccine had anything to do with his premature demise. The Techarp news and information website from Malaysia – which supported vaccines – even pointed out that the Canadian reporter died of “natural causes.”
Moreover, the “fact checkers” also declared that vaccine side effects always occur immediately and that the spike protein remains in the body for only a few days. But various studies penned by researchers across the globe proved this is not true, only attesting to the fact that the experimental vaccines themselves ironically cause damage instead of imbuing protection. (Related: Dr. Peter McCullough: One COVID vaccine death is too many.)
Despite these attempts to downplay the vaccine’s role in Rodrigopulle’s death, Global Regina itself expressed pride that all of its staff members have received the controversial injections. The young journalist even recommended vaccination and face masks through his social media postings. He was particularly proud that children in Saskatchewan are now being “vaccinated” from age five.
More deaths from “unknown causes” reported in Alberta, Canada
According to a study published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases, more Albertans are dying of “ill-defined and unknown causes” than any other causes, including cancer, heart disease and COVID-19.
Canadian doctors and a civil liberties lawyer are raising concerns about this growing trend of deaths labeled as “unknown causes” after a never-before-seen increase in such deaths was recorded in 2021.
The government study entitled “Top 10 Causes of Death in 2021,” listed 3,362 cases of “ill-defined and unknown cases” as the leading cause of death in the Canadian province. Other causes were dementia (2,135), COVID-19 (1,950), chronic ischemic heart disease (1,939), malignant neoplasms of trachea, bronchus, and lung (1,552), acute myocardial infarction (1,075), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( 1,028), diabetes mellitus (728), stroke (612) and accidental poisoning by and exposure to drugs and other substances (604).
“I think it is probably multifactorial, so there are probably many things playing into that,” said Dr. Daniel Gregson, an associate professor in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary.
Independent Sentinel reported that Gregson sees those factors include a lack of resources to determine the cause of death in certain cases, delayed access to healthcare services and post-COVID-19 complications.
“We have this impression of surviving COVID, and that is the end of it, and that is not necessarily true,” Dr. Gregson told CTV News.
Alberta Health and the medical examiner’s office also said they are looking into this report, but have yet to explain the sudden spike in deaths from unknown causes.
Watch the below video where Rodrigopulle’s colleague announced his death.