The country was deeply impacted in so many ways due to the COVID “pandemic.” It’s amazing, that a virus with a 99.8 survival rate, caused so much panic, fear, and utter devastation. I really don’t understand how we got to that point, except to say it was the media and social media’s fault. It started with all of those fake “fear-mongering” videos from China and Italy, that made it seem as if anyone who caught COVID would die. That was never the case. The average age for mortality from COVID is 81.5.
Young, healthy people have always had little-to-no risk, yet the entire world went bonkers and the end result of all that was Trump was uninstalled and the “great reset” took place worldwide.
It worked out great for local globalists and big pharma.
Suicides were one of the horrific side effects of this insane “pandemic.” CNN reported that the mental health of Americans has suffered during the Covid-19 pandemic, and new research shows the damage wasn’t limited to adults.
The number of suicides among adolescents between the ages of 10 and 19 increased in five states during the pandemic, according to research looking at 14 states published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics on Monday.
Data from Georgia, Indiana, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Virginia and California also showed an increase in the proportion of adolescent deaths by suicide relative to suicides by people of all ages, the authors found. Conversely, Montana had a decrease in adolescent suicides and the proportion of adolescent deaths by suicide during the pandemic, while Alaska had a decrease in proportion only, the research found.
“Suicide-risk screenings have yielded higher positive rates” during the pandemic than beforehand, the authors said. And in 2021, the American Academy of Pediatrics declared a state of emergency concerning children’s and adolescents’ mental health.
And even though this story isn’t about a “young” person committing suicide, it’s still a cautionary and very sad tale. If you’re a child of the 90s or were a parent in the 90s, I am sure you remember what Power Rangers were.
Well, one of those rangers – the black one- is dead, after committing suicide in Texas.
TMZ reported that Walter Jones, who played the black ranger in ‘MMPR,’ tells TMZ … “He was an inspiration to so many people. His presence will be dearly missed. It’s so sad to lose another member of our Ranger family.”
He adds, “Jason was one of the biggest pranksters on the show. He had a wild sense of humor. We had our shares of ups and downs but I stayed consistent about being an ear if he needed one. My prayers go out to his family and all that will miss him.” Jason David Frank — one of the original “Power Rangers” — has died … TMZ has learned.
The actor and mixed martial artist died in Texas, according to his rep Justine Hunt. Sources with direct knowledge tell us his death was the result of suicide.
JDF is best known as Tommy Oliver from the original run of the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” franchise, dating back to the kids series’ debut in 1993 … when he was introduced as one of six crime/monster-fighting superheroes, masked head to toe with kung-fu skills.
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