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Daily Express warns tea drinkers against blood clots

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Aletheuo
Aletheuo
2 months ago

By their “science” I should be long dead by now from “sticky blood”. Lol

deletetheelite
deletetheelite
2 months ago
Reply to  Aletheuo

Same here 😂

Surfin Terf
Surfin Terf
2 months ago

Ooooooh, they’re tryin!

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
2 months ago

Bottom line, whoever believes this utterly insane drivel is a useless idiot who has long been a lost cause. We can use stupid clown world headlines like this to see who might be reachable with the truth though, kind of a great tool to separate the truly insane from the thinking ones.

breaker
breaker
2 months ago

Keeping Brits afraid by making the national beverage look dangerous.

Here’s the link: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1636636/blood-clots-deep-vein-thrombosis-symptoms-signs-sticky-blood-risk-factors-diet-tea

unafraidoftheculture
unafraidoftheculture
2 months ago

I don’t get it. Why do they want anyone to think this?

Aletheuo
Aletheuo
2 months ago

They’ve been blaming heart problems and blood clots on anything but the shots. Over the past week I’ve seen articles saying that solar flares, gardening and the economy can increase the risk of heart problems. Last year they said referee whistles, during soccer games, were causing heart issues. They’ve made more absurd excuses, but I can’t remember all of them. The more nonsensical the claims are, is further proof that the media spreads misinformation and propaganda, and outright lies to protect those who pay them.

pika2020
pika2020
2 months ago

Sri Lanka is one of the top tea exporting countries…. could this also be about collapsing an already collapsed economy in addition to covering up vaccine side effects?