Robert F. Kennedy Jr. just suggested that the Hank Aaron autopsy and cause of death may have been falsified to cover up his death from the COVID-19 vaccine!
Take a look at the viral claim, and find out what the facts really are!
Updated @ 2023-09-03 : Added video fact check.
Originally posted @ 2023-09-02
Claim : Hank Aaron Autopsy + Cause of Death Are False!
People are sharing a video clip of US Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to suggest that Hank Aaron likely died from the COVID-19 vaccine, because his autopsy and cause of death may have been falsified!
Chief Nerd : Robert F. Kennedy Jr on How the New York Times Lied About Hank Aaron’s Autopsy
“The New York Times did an article that said ‘Robert Kennedy is a conspiracy theorist because the Fulton County coroner has declared that Hank Aaron’s death was unrelated to the vaccine…So I called the Fulton County coroner and got them on the phone and they said we don’t know what the New York Times is talking about. We never saw Hank Aaron’s body.”
torontowriter : New York Times lied about Hank Aaron’s autopsy
#diedsuddenly #plandemic #vaccineinjuries #politics #cdnpoli #covid #health
Torah Law : How many people knew Hank Aaron took the vaccine shot as a promotion to show its efficacy and then died two and a half weeks later? I didn’t know that. Oh and @RobertKennedyJr says the New York times lied about an autopsy that never happened… so there’s that
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No Evidence Hank Aaron Autopsy + Cause of Death Are False!
Let’s take a look at what happened, and what the facts really are!
Fact #1 : Hank Aaron Received Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Dose
Hank Aaron (born Henry Louis Aaron on February 5, 1934) was an American professional baseball player who played 23 seasons in Major League Baseball, from 1954 to 1976.
On 5 January 2021, Hank Aaron posted on Twitter that he just received his first COVID-19 vaccine dose at the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia:
I was proud to get the COVID-19 vaccine earlier today at Morehouse School of Medicine. I hope you do the same!
It was reported that Hank Aaron received the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Fact #2 : Hank Aaron Did Not Have Side Effect From Vaccine
According to former congressman, mayor and US ambassador, Andrew Young, who was also vaccinated at the same clinic on the same day, Aaron Hank did not experience any side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine he received:
I talked to the fella who was his driver, and I said, ‘was Hank feeling any discomfort or any problem over the last few days?’ and he said, ‘no, he wanted to keep his schedule,’
Fact #3 : Hank Aaron Died Of Natural Causes
Hank Aaron died in his sleep at his Atlanta, Georgia home on January 22, 2021. He was 86 years old when he died.
On January 25, 2021, the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office announce that Hank Aaron died of natural causes.
A memorial service was held at the Truist Park on Tuesday, January 26, with a funeral service on Wednesday, January 27, at the Friendship Baptist Church, followed by a burial at the South-View Cemetery.
Because Hank Aaron died 17 days after receiving the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, many anti-vaccine activists claimed or suggested that he died from the vaccine.
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Fact #4 : RFK Jr. Was Repeating His Earlier Claim
This isn’t the first time Robert F. Kennedy Jr. suggested that Hank Aaron may have died suddenly from the COVID-19 vaccine.
On January 22, 2021, he tweeted a link to an article by his organisation, Children’s Health Defense, which suggested that Hank Aaron died suddenly from the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
#HankAaron’s tragic death is part of a wave of suspicious deaths among elderly closely following administration of #COVID #vaccines. He received the #Moderna vaccine on Jan. 5 to inspire other Black Americans to get the vaccine. #TheDefender
The difference is – this time, he’s suggesting that the New York Times was wrong, and that the Fulton County Examiner’s office “never saw Hank Aaron’s body“!
Fact #5 : Hank Aaron’s Body Was Examined By Fulton County Medical Examiner
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said on The Breakfast Club radio show that he called the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office, and was told that the people there “never saw Hank Aaron’s body”.
He repeated the claim for a second time, stating that he wrote to The New York Times, telling them they needed to post a correction because the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office never saw his body.
That is quite a ludicrous claim since Hank Aaron was taken to the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s office after his death. So it would be quite ridiculous for anyone at the Fulton County ME to claim that it never saw his body.
In fact, the county medical examiner, Karen Sullivan, told AFP Fact Check on January 27, 2021 that it examined Hank Aaron’s body (my emphasis in bold):
[E]xamination of Mr. Aaron’s body did not suggest his death was due to any event other than that associated with his medical history.
Based on the information provided by Mr Aaron’s family and physical examination of his body, it is my medical opinion that Mr Aaron’s death was not related to his recent vaccination for Covid-19.
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Fact #6 : New York Times Never Mentioned An Autopsy
On January 31, 2021, the The New York Times published a fact check article, which called out Robert K. Kennedy for suggesting without evidence that there was a link between Hank Aaron’s death and the COVID-19 vaccine he received.
Never mind the skeptics, officials say: Hank Aaron’s death had nothing to do with the Covid-19 vaccine.
[A]nti-vaccine activists, including Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a prominent vaccine skeptic, are seizing on his death to suggest — without evidence — that there might be a link.
To be clear – the NYT article never mentioned that Hank Aaron underwent an autopsy. The word “autopsy” was not mentioned even once in the entire article.
Neither did the NYT article quote the Fulton County medical examiner as claiming that an autopsy was conducted. It only mentioned that the medical examiner only stated that there was no evidence Hank Aaron suffered any allergic or anaphylactic reaction to the vaccine.
The Fulton County medical examiner has also said there was nothing to suggest that Mr. Aaron had an allergic or anaphylactic reaction related to the vaccine.
Fact #7 : Fulton County Medical Examiner Did Not Mention Autopsy
Other media reports quoting the Fulton County Medical Examiner also did not mention that an autopsy was conducted on Hank Aaron. They only reported that Hank Aaron’s body was examined by the medical examiner.
Under Georgia law, an autopsy is only required (PDF download) in deaths occurring:
- As a result of violence;
- By suicide or casualty;
- Suddenly when in apparent good health;
- When unattended by a physician;
- In any suspicious or unusual manner, with particular attention to those persons 16 years of age and under;
- After birth but before seven years of age if the death is unexpected or unexplained;
- As a result of an execution carried out pursuant to the imposition of the death penalty;
- An inmate of a state hospital or a state, county, or city penal institution; or
- After having been admitted to a hospital in an unconscious state and without regaining consciousness within 24 hours of admission.
Hank Aaron was 86 years-old, and suffering from arthritis, hypertension and prostate issues. He also had a partial hip replacement after falling down in 2014, and has to use a wheelchair.
Therefore, it does not appear that an autopsy was warranted in his death, and an autopsy was likely not conducted.
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Fact #8 : No Evidence Hank Aaron Died From COVID-19 Vaccine
Ultimately, there is simply no evidence that Hank Aaron died from the COVID-19 vaccine.
Unless there is evidence he suffered from an anaphylactic attack (which occurs within minutes), or other vaccine side effects before his death, it is wrong to simply attribute his death to the vaccine:
“That was a pure coincidence,” countered Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, the founding dean of the Morehouse medical school and secretary of health and human services in the George H.W. Bush administration, who was vaccinated along with Mr. Aaron. He told the Atlanta station WSB-TV, “It is though, if you might say, Hank was in a car before the day he died, and we try and attribute his death to being in a car.”
The COVID-19 vaccine only protects against severe disease and death from COVID-19. It cannot protect against other causes of death, and it is certainly not an elixir of immortality. Vaccinated people can and do continue to die from other causes of death.
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