Episode 113: Embalmer Data Revealed

February 8, 2024

On this Thursday's VSRF Live, Steve meets with Retired U.S. Air Force Major Thomas Haviland to discuss Maj. Haviland's groundbreaking new study of novel, fibrous clots observed by embalmers across the world.

Major Haviland, a 20 year veteran of the U.S. Air Force who then went on to work another 16 years as a defense contractor, was unjustly fired in October of 2021 by Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio for refusing the experimental EUA injections. Upon his discharge, Haviland began a personal crusade to put an end to unjust and unethical mandates but would soon find himself moving beyond the mandate issue and questioning the safety of the COVID-19 injections themselves.

After watching the infamous Died Suddenly film in November of 2022 and hearing the anecdotal stories of the handful of embalmers featured in the film, he became intensely interested in learning more about the alleged novel, fibrous, amyloid-like clots being discovered in the bloodstreams of the deceased. Haviland decided to put his expert knowledge of data collection and analysis to work by designing a first-of-its-kind survey of over 1700 funeral homes across the globe around their experiences encountering these mysterious rubbery substances. The results of the survey are sure to astound the audience and forever change the debate on the safety of these so-called "vaccines".

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