Jesse Gerhard: FDNY union leaders call for investigation after 33-year-old firefighter suffers “sudden medical episode” at firehouse, dies hours later
February 28, 2022
FDNY firefighter Jesse Gerhard.NEW YORK
— We wrote last week about all the ridiculous mainstream media propaganda campaigns attempting to normalize heart attacks and sudden deaths
in young people. The headlines are incredibly asinine and insulting to intelligent people. Now the New York City Fire Chief wants everyone to believe that a young, trained firefighter failed to recognize potential injuries and died from his own negligence.
Mr. Jesse Gerhard had one goal from the time he was a child – to be a firefighter. The-33-year-old began his career with the New York Fire Department (“FDNY”) in 2014 as an emergency medical technician (EMT). He graduated from the Fire Academy in April 2018, and fulfilled his lifelong dream when he was assigned to Engine Company 264 in Far Rockaway.
Mr. Jesse Gerhard with his proud parents.
The 33-year-old battled a 2-alarm fire
at 25-43 Beach Channel Drive in Far Rockaway on February 15. It was nothing out of the ordinary for a firefighter. He went home that night as normal, uninjured and resting up for another day of work with the busiest fire department in the United States
Mr. Gerhard was working the night shift the following day, February 16. But around 11 p.m., he collapsed at the fire station. His colleagues immediately administered CPR before an ambulance rushed Mr. Gerhard to St. John’s Episcopal Hospital. He died a short time alter. The FDNY said he suffered from a “sudden medical episode.”
NBC New York and several other mainstream media outlets reported that Mr. Gerhard suffered from a heart attack.
But most of said news outlets backtracked thereafter, and are now saying the cause of death is unknown
. FDNY Chief John Hodgens tried pushing the idea that a young, well-trained trained firefighter somehow died of smoke inhalation more than 24 hours after he battled a fire.
But more recently, Uniformed Fire Officers Association (New York Local 854) President James McCarthy called for an investigation into the three recent deaths. He told the New York Daily News
that there may be a possible link between the deaths and the injections.
“That’s a significant amount of people in a very short time. The vaccine is a concern with our members because it is something new that is being put into our bodies. It could be a factor.”
Mr. McCarthy demanded that the FDNY provide his organization with the vaccination status of all three men at the time of their deaths. About 2,300 New York City fire personnel called out sick on November 1 when all of them were required to have at least one shot to return to work. A total of 1,500 New York municipal workers, including 25 firefighters, were fired last week for failing to comply with the vaccine mandate
Cop, firefighters dying “unexpectedly” everywhere
Just last week, we wrote about the sudden passing of Alameda County Sheriff’s Deputy Aubrey Phillips
. Another Bay Area cop, Freddie Bobbitt, Jr., of the Fremont Police Department, “died unexpectedly
” on Monday. The department’s Instagram page wrote that officers were “in disbelief and shock” by the 54-year-old’s death.
Fremont is in Alameda County and subject to the jurisdiction’s vaccine mandate for first responders.
San Diego firefighter Nickolas Ramirez died on February 16 due to “complications from COVID-19.” He was fully-vaccinated, according to his long-time friend
and colleague, Mitch Mendler. Thus the “vaccines prevent serious illness” fallacy is once again proven wrong.
Further, all San Diego city employees had a January 3 deadline to be fully-vaccinated or terminated
. Mr. Ramirez was admitted to the hospital in late January and never left. He was set to retire from the department within weeks.
Mr. Matthew Dizney was a 36-year-old in New Britain, Connecticut firefighter. He “unexpectedly passed” at his home on January 26, according to his obituary
. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont issued an Executive Order requiring all state workers to have at least one injection by September 27
. It’s unclear if the City of New Britain has a vaccine mandate for employees. But Mayor Erin Stewart is a die-hard vaxx zealot
who urges kids to roll up their sleeves
We know doctors are dying at unusually high rates
since 2021. Mainstream media workers and celebrities are also bearing the brunt of these deaths
. But now we’re seeing an uptick with cops and firefighters. Granted there are many people who don’t care about cops. But firefighters are vital pillars in communities. They are truly brave, selfless heroes that deserve respect.
We’ll likely start writing summary-type articles like this as these firefighter/cop deaths continue rising. It’s only February. But 2022 is looking like the year of carnage during The Great Reset.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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