A British author of children’s books who once complained of suffering severe side effects from a Covid jab died suddenly Thursday.
The death of children’s author Marcus Sedgwick, 54, was reported last week by his publisher RCW with an announcement describing his passing as “unexpected.”
Before the Covid pandemic, Sedgwick explained he’d for years suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, or myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME).
On Twitter in July 2021, Sedgwick documented how he was “scared” his ME symptoms were exacerbated after receiving a second Covid-19 jab.
“Hello #peME#MECFS Sorry to put this here but I could really do with some good stories,” Sedgwick told his Twitter audience of over 10 thousand followers. “Having a very bad time after second Pfizer jab; can barely stand, ME symptoms through the roof. I’m alone and scared. Anyone been through this and out the other side?”
Previous tweets indicate Sedgwick considered Covid-19 to be a very serious illness and didn’t take kindly to people advocating naturopathic remedies.
Sedgwick’s work was shortlisted for more than 30 awards, including five nominations for the Carnegie medal, two for the Edgar Allan Poe award and four for the Guardian children’s fiction prize.
He was also the most noted author in the history of the Printz award, with one win and two honour books. He won the Branford Boase award for his debut novel, Floodland, and the Booktrust Teenage prize for My Swordhand Is Singing.
Sedgwick’s official cause of death has not been revealed as of writing.
His untimely death comes amid a troubling trend of people around the world dying unexpectedly since rollout of the experimental Covid-19 injections, a phenomenon that has been chronicled in a recent documentary by the Stew Peters Network titled, “Died Suddenly.”
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