Bruce Willis’ family announced earlier this week that the action movie star was retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia. From their statement:
“To Bruce’s amazing supporters, as a family we wanted to share that our beloved Bruce has been experiencing some health issues and has recently been diagnosed with aphasia, which is impacting his cognitive abilities. As a result of this and with much consideration Bruce is stepping away from the career that has meant so much to him.”
According to WebMD: “Aphasia is a communication disorder that makes it hard to use words. It can affect your speech, writing, and ability to understand language. Aphasia results from damage or injury to language parts of the brain. It’s more common in older adults, particularly those who have had a stroke.”
NPR reported that the average age of Americans with aphasia is 70. Although close to that age, Willis is not quite there at 67 years old.
Some “fact checkers” have been quick to state any claims that Willis’ diagnosis is a result of a COVID shot as “false,” but, of course, they provide no reasoning except “there’s no evidence.”
Well, there is plenty of evidence linking the jabs with aphasia, one of the many adverse events reported after the jabs, and that’s the reason you question if it was that jab. Yes, it’s wrong to state as fact that the jab caused it until it’s proven, but you also don’t label it false to question the jabs either.
Steve Kirsch has taken a look at the data from the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) maintained by the Centers for Disease Control.
“I wanted to make sure everyone knows aphasia is one of the thousands of symptoms whose reporting rates were elevated after the COVID vaccines rolled out,” Kirsch wrote. “It’s #1574 on that sorted list of symptoms elevated by the COVID vaccine that we calculated back in November 2021.”
Kirsch added: “But I also very distinctly remember, very early on after the vaccines rolled out, a story from Dr. Byram Bridle of a teenage girl, perfectly healthy before getting the vaccine, who couldn’t speak shortly after getting vaccinated. Of course, we now know this wasn’t just coincidence. The number of reports to the VAERS system bear this out.”
So, what does the VAERS data show on aphasia? Kirsch used 2019 data as a baseline year. For Willis’ age group, 65 to 74, the number of aphasia cases reported to VAERS after a vaccine was 12 in 2019 which has jumped to 340 cases during the COVID jab era. That’s a 2,733% increase.
In fact, the numbers have skyrocketed in basically every age group. The largest percentage change was 16,000% in the 17 to 43 age group, going from 4 cases to 644. The 12 to 16 age range jumped from 1 case to 45, a 4,400% increase, and the 44 to 64 group from 10 cases to 804, a 7,940% increase.
While we’re on the topic of VAERS, it now shows 26,396 deaths after shots in its most recent numbers released on Friday. As previously reported, the CDC has estimated VAERS undercounts injuries by a factor of 6X and independent estimates have estimated as high as a 41X meaning the range of deaths could be between 158,376 and 1,082,236.
As for Willis, Kirsch writes that the doctors simply just wrote off the jab as not the cause. They provide no reasoning for saying that.
“Bruce Willis is 67 and developed aphasia after being vaccinated,” Kirsch wrote. “Could it just be a coincidence? Maybe, but how did Willis’ doctors rule out the vaccine being causal?”
Kirsch adds: “The medical authorities always tell us they want to reduce vaccine hesitancy so why not tell us how the doctors ruled out the vaccine as causal in Willis’ case?”
Rumors had started last year, shortly after the mass experimentation began, that Willis was suffering from dementia. Although it’s unclear from reports, Willis potentially could have had a stroke prior to developing aphasia. As for strokes, Health Impact News reported there’s been a 68,000% increase in strokes being reported to VAERS since the advent of the COVID jabs.