This is the first video I have ever posted without watching it in its entirety. I have followed the raw, heartbreaking posts of the Catone family on Facebook, since the sudden death of their son, Nicholas, almost two. When they describe the shattering moment, (“Nicholas is sleeping a bit late..?”) the details so vivid and frozen in amber, I traveled there and felt it too, so many thousands of layers of intensity less, of course, but even that hurt so much that I turned from it. It’s not enough to say: “I can’t imagine.” We can all imagine. This is a catastrophe. A catastrophe. It’s happening every day. They are over-injecting EVERY American child and risking their lives from sudden death, sometimes up to two weeks or more after the chemical attack. The body fights so hard, harder than we can ever know, to compensate, balance, find a way, stay alive. In the case of this strong little boy, his body fought for 17 days before the fight was lost.
Nicholas’ parents have asked–in reply to the question, “what can we do?”–that everybody spread the word, spread the links, to Nicholas’ story, his parents courageous account of what killed him. They don’t want this to happen to anybody else.
Ask yourself: Why has no mainstream media outlet covered the story of the death of Nicholas Catone? Not one.
It is spreading like wildfire across social media and alternative media.
May God bless and protect the Catone family, as they move forward, shattered, and unwavering.