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Carlos Tejada was an editor for the New York Times, who played along with the Dems and posted a video about him bragging on getting the COVID 3rd booster shot.
But within 24 hours of receiving the booster and publishing the video online, Tejada died from a heart attack. This was also confirmed by his own wife, who posted about the death and the reason on social media.
Here’s Tejada’s video:
⚠️NYT EDITOR MAKES VIDEO ABOUT TAKING HIS 3RD BOOSTER & DIES THE SAME DAY OF A HEART ATTACK pic.twitter.com/Nl5OSqFkOX
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Here’s more from the original report published by the National Pulse.
“Carlos Tejada, a New York Times Deputy Asia Editor, has died at the age of 49. He suffered a heart attack less than a day after posting to social media that he had received a Moderna booster vaccination.
Tejada, who worked in part on the paper’s COVID-19 coverage, was married with two children. He had worked at the Wall Street Journal prior to moving to the Times, where he worked for almost five years.
According to Tejada’s own Instagram page, he was grateful to receive the mRNA/LNP booster while in Seoul, South Korea. Tejada originally received the Johnson & Johnson DNA/AAV COVID-19 vaccination in July 2021. Less than a day after receiving his Moderna booster on December 17th, Tejada died of a heart attack. The news was shared via Tejada’s social media by his wife Nora the following morning. The Times confirmed his death on December 22nd.
Former NY Times journalist Alex Berenson reported on his Substack that Tejada did not give informed consent to receive the booster shot, as the consent form was written in Korea and Tejada did not read Korean.
On his social media, Tejada joked that Omicron could “hit [him] with your wet snot,” before going on to say, “all I had to do was fill out this form in a language I can’t read. Translation software tells me I now belong to the BTS army.”