The Canadian radio presenter “Drex” has – thanks to obvious educational gaps – a problem with the unvaccinated. They are ignorant because their lack of vaccination would not protect everyone from Covid who could not be vaccinated themselves. With his allergy to facts, the 43-year-old made no friends. When he suddenly suffered a heart attack on November 18, it hit him: people questioned whether his gene injections were good for him… To his great indignation.
Anyone who sees vaccination as a personal decision should shut up, the Vancouver radio host raged on Twitter in August 2021. He explicitly advocated green passports and the discrimination and exclusion of unvaccinated people. He, who is otherwise very indignant about the discrimination against supporters of the LGBTQ agenda, did not allow criticism of this questionable view: After all, the unvaccinated are “ignorant” – Drex believed in the misinformation of foreign protection through the vaccination and wanted nothing from facts to know. “The media and the government don’t lie,” is his apparent mantra. Apparently he stayed true to that, because as a homosexual man he wasted no time in the summer of this year to get the monkeypox vaccination.
On November 18, the 43-year-old was sitting in front of the television when he felt sick – shortly afterwards he felt a strong feeling of tightness in his chest. He couldn’t reach his husband, so he called a friend who advised him to call 911 immediately. media reports according to rescue workers were on site within ten minutes and took the moderator to the hospital. A heart attack was diagnosed there – he had to undergo emergency surgery. Luckily for him, he survived. He had two stents inserted: According to the doctors treating him, one of his arteries was completely blocked, and another was 80 percent blocked. Three other arteries were also affected, albeit to a lesser extent.
Drex later reported feeling listless and unwell for the past year. However, he does not want to let anything come to the vaccination, which cardiologists repeatedly regard as the main reason for the sudden accumulation of sudden heart and vascular diseases. The 43-year-old was outraged that users on social networks questioned whether the vaunted Covid gene therapy was particularly good for him. He attributes his illness to his diet and genetic disposition:
The genes – a popular excuse for all situations in life. However, if a genetic predisposition is actually present and the development of heart disease is assumed to be likely, those affected usually take this as an opportunity to counteract this with their lifestyle – which generally significantly reduces the risk of actually suffering a heart attack. Failure to do so disqualifies Drex, at the very least, from any public “health advice” he seems so fond of giving unsolicited, particularly to the unvaccinated.
The 43-year-old wants to concentrate on his recovery until January 3, after which he wants to take over the moderation of his show again. The question arises whether it would not be better for his health to consider all possible causes of his illness. But this decision – like the vaccination – is a very personal one…