Take a look at how David Avocado Wolfe “proved” that vaccines cause SADS, and find out what the facts really are!
David Wolfe : This Is Proof Vaccines Cause SADS
David Avocado Wolfe believes he has proven that vaccines cause SADS. A man of few facts, he recently posted three Google searches as evidence:
died suddenly 2020 : About 46,600,000 results
died suddenly 2021 : About 73,600,000 results
died suddenly 2022 : About 1,060,000,000 results
His fans immediately started sharing his post with comments like:
👀🤯..and people still don’t see what’s going on here.. THIS IS NOT NORMAL, DO NOT NORMALIZE SUDDEN ADULT DEATH SYNDROME!!
IT IS THE #vaccine AND #BoosterShots #VaccineSideEffects #VaccineDeaths #vaccineinjuries #SADS #SuddenAdultDeathSyndrome #suddendeaths2022 #SuddenDeath
Read more : Did More Die From Vaccine Than Virus In Taiwan?!
David Wolfe Is WRONG About Vaccines Causing SADS
This is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created by anti-vaccination activists like David Wolfe, and here are the reasons why…
Fact #1 : Google Search Results Are Not Evidence
Amazingly, the only evidence David Avocado Wolfe offered as a screenshot of three Google search results, using the keywords “died suddenly 2020“, “died suddenly 2021“, and “died suddenly 2022“.
The screenshot showed a progressive increase in the number of Google search results, from 46.6 million for “died suddenly 2020“, to 73.6 million for “died suddenly 2021“, and 1.06 billion for “died suddenly 2022“.
The trouble is – Google search results list the number of online articles containing those key words. They are not evidence of anything else.
They are certainly not evidence that vaccines cause sudden deaths, or Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS).
In fact, the Google search results will include this fact check article, and other articles debunking this claim!
Fact #2 : “Future” Google Search Results Show A Declining Trend
If you search for “died suddenly” in future years, you will notice that the numbers suddenly drop to 12.1 million in 2023, 5.91 million in 2024, and just 3.04 million in 2025.
Do these results imply that there will be a massive drop in sudden adult death syndrome cases in the coming years? Of course, not! These are Google SEARCH RESULTS, not evidence.
Fact #3 : Those Keywords Are Too Generic
The keywords “died suddenly” followed by a year are really too generic. They could mean anything that “died suddenly”, with the search results including:
- computer died suddenly
- phone died suddenly
- fridge died suddenly
- television died suddenly
- erection died suddenly
- car died suddenly
- dog died suddenly
- Russian oligarchs died suddenly
David Avocado Wolfe appears to have intentionally selected those keywords to maximise the number of results.
He could have selected more accurate keywords like “vaccine cause SADS” or “vaccine sudden death“, but they would have yielded far fewer search results… or worse, numbers that do not show a progressive increase over the years.
Fact #4 : COVID-19 Vaccines Do Not Cause SADS
Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), also known as Sudden Adult Death Syndrome, exists, but is not caused by COVID-19 vaccines.
That would be rather ludicrous as SADS was first documented in 1977 – long before COVID-19 vaccines were invented!
SADS also occurs at a rate of 0.12 to 0.21 per 100,000 people every single year. In other words, approximately 9,000 to 16,000 people die from SADS every single year, before the COVID-19 vaccines were invented.
Despite what anti-vaccination activists may tell you – SADS is not a new vaccine-related syndrome.
SADS is usually caused by an abnormal heart rhythm that leads to a cardiac arrest. That’s why it can be prevented by implanting a cardioverter-defribillator.
The UK Office for National Statistics data on Sudden Adult Deaths from 2016 to 2020 also showed NO INCREASE in SADS cases, demonstrating that COVID-19 vaccines did not increase the prevalence of SADS.
|Years||Sudden Adult Death
Fact #5 : COVID-19 Vaccines Proven Safe + Effective
COVID-19 vaccines underwent massive clinical trials, and were only approved after they were proven to be safe and effective.
In addition, they were constantly monitored after they received their approvals, which picked up rare side effects after they were administered to billions of people.
Anti-vaccination activists have often claimed that those who received the vaccine would die. Yet, the opposite was true – the vaccines are not only safe, they are effective in protecting people from getting hospitalised or dying from COVID-19.
Even prominent antivaxxer Steve Kirsch is healthy and well, despite being fully-vaccinated against COVID-19!
Fact #56 : David Wolfe Is Known Fake News Creator
David Avocado Wolfe is infamous for making up all sorts of absurd claims that have been proven to be false, time and time again.
- Chocolate is an octave of sun energy
- Mushrooms come from distant planets, and came to our planet through the cosmic wind
- Gravity is a hoax, and a toxin
- Solar panels are draining the sun’s energy
- The Earth is flat
Everything he says must be considered as FAKE NEWS, until proven otherwise.
Please Support My Work!
Name : Adrian Wong
Bank Transfer : CIMB 7064555917 (Swift Code : CIBBMYKL)
Credit Card / Paypal : https://paypal.me/techarp
Dr. Adrian Wong has been writing about tech and science since 1997, even publishing a book with Prentice Hall called Breaking Through The BIOS Barrier (ISBN 978-0131455368) while in medical school.
He continues to devote countless hours every day writing about tech, medicine and science, in his pursuit of facts in a post-truth world.
- How Ice Cream (Dry Ice) Nearly Killed This Lady!
- Did Brooklyn Couple Steal Palestinian Couple’s Home?!
- Did Matthew Rodrigopulle Die From Vaccine / Accident?
- Did BTS RM Beat Henry Cavill As World’s Most Handsome Man?!
- Was Donald Trump Queen Elizabeth II’s Favourite President?!
Go Back To > Fact Check | Health | Tech ARP