‘Friends’ Star Matthew Perry’s Mysterious Death Appears to Be Vax-Related after Autopsy


(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) After the release of actor Matthew Perry’s autopsy ruled out drug overdose from meth or fentanyl, speculation continued to mount that the 54-year-old Friends star was yet another casualty of the #DiedSuddenly disease that has prematurely claimed untold numbers of young, healthy individuals since the arrival three years ago of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.

Perry was found dead in his hot tub over the weekend after reportedly spending the afternoon playing pickleball—a semi-strenuous, racket-based sport similar to tennis and badminton.

His death was, presumably, the result of a “cardiac episode,” similar to the myocarditis and cardiomyopathy diagnoses present in many of the cases involving adverse vaccine reactions, the Connecticut Centinal reported.

No media reports gave the exact number of Perry’s COVID vaccinations.

However, in May 2021, not long after the vaccines went public, the sitcom star drew harsh criticism, according to Fox News, for launching a line of T-shirts that used a catchphrase from his Friends character, Chandler Bing, to push the experimental jabs, all while turning a healthy profit for himself.

The now ironically-tinged apparel remains available at ViralStyle.com for $21.99 per shirt, a perfect sympathy gift for the vaccine-injury denier in your life.

A recent study from Germany confirmed that the “cardiotoxic” effects and abnormalities present in many recent cases involving young and otherwise healthy individuals were, indeed, linked to those who had taken the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

The shots are designed to alter the genetic sequence and short-circuit cells to begin the rapid production of dangerous spike proteins.

Although the proteins have been useful to staving off the novel coronavirus and its variants, some vaccinated patients continue to produce them indefinitely, and the spike proteins then proceed to accumulate in vital organs such as the brain, causing damage that has yet to be fully assessed and understood by long-range studies.

Leftist media outlets routinely pushed health disinformation and fraudulent, propagandist narratives during the pandemic to benefit the government-backed pharmaceutical companies. Although science has since discredited many of the spurious claims made during the height of the mass formation psychosis, some remain shamelessly unchastened.

Following the shocking news of Perry’s death, far-left outlets rushed, as if in unison, to dismiss the possibility that the actor had suffered a vaccine injury, despite having no evidence to substantiate their reports.

“The wildly arbitrary claims about the heat of a hot tub or Wi-Fi activating the vaccine to kill him is complete nonsense devoid of any biological plausibility,” said Amesh Adajla, an  adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, in response to an emailed query from USA Today.

So-called fact-checkers like the Poynter Institute offered up Perry’s history of drug addiction as the more plausible alternative.

Yet, “[i]f information emerges to corroborate what is now a baseless claim, we’ll reconsider our ruling,” they hedged, knowing they would promptly memory-hole the entire episode if they were disproven, without ever fully owning their failure to perform their basic journalistic function of information-gathering in pursuit of the truth.

“For now we rate it False,” they added.

Full testing for all kinds of drugs that may have been in Perry’s system will take 4-6 months to yield results. But the idea of a drug relapse simply doesn’t track with the healthy lifestyle that Perry, a former addict, had worked hard to undertake.

Several other prominent celebrities and athletes have experienced similar symptoms, suddenly dropping dead after intense cardiovascular exercise.

Damar Hamlin, safety for the Buffalo Bills, suffered cardiac arrest after completing a tackle in early January. He was resuscitated twice on the field and put on a ventilator for several days.

Hamlin recently returned to the football field after a lengthy hiatus.

The situation has become so common that it has led the #DiedSuddenly hashtag to frequently trend on Twitter, with viral videos depicting the devastating moments that specimens in otherwise peak physical condition have seen their careers—and sometimes lives—cut short.

Nonetheless, in one of the most unhinged hot-takes of all, Wired magazine lashed out at those who floated the possibility that Perry’s death was vaccine related because it would have been against his wishes.

The San Francisco publication name-checked several social-media personalities on the Right, even doxxing the highly influential meme-maker and humorist known as “Catturd.”

“Perry’s last years were spent trying to share the truth about his personal health challenges in order to prevent others from enduring the same pain” seethed the leftist screed. “So it is particularly nasty that a movement dedicated to obscuring the truth in favor of fearmongering and innuendo is now leeching onto his death.”

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.