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'''David Sassoli''' was an Italian politician who served as [[President of the European Parliament]] from [[2019]] till his sudden death.
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'''David Sassoli''' was an Italian politician who served as [[President of the European Parliament]] from [[2019]] till his sudden death. He died in hospital in January 2022 of [[pneumonia]] from a dysfunction of the immune system.<ref>https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-59947211</ref>
  
He died in hospital in January 2022 of [[pneumonia]].<ref>https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-59947211</ref>
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==Career==
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Sassoli was not only known as an advocate of an open door migration policy, he also stood out as a staunch supporter of all [[Lockdowns|corona restrictions]], including a rigorous commitment to vaccination campaigns<ref>https://uncutnews.ch/sassoli-wie-man-einen-impftod-elegant-umschreibt/</ref>. Although the [[corporate media]] reports on his death scrupulously avoided mentioning his vaccination status, it can be assumed that this vaccination advocate was at least twice vaccinated and with a probability bordering on certainty that he recently had his "[[booster]]" injection.
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He did not die of or with or from [[coronavirus]]. The cause of death is stated as follows:
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"Sassoli had been in the hospital for a long time, as was announced on Monday. A spokesman for the [[EU Parliament]] in [[Brussels]] had said that the Italian was in a clinic in his home country and was being treated there. The stay had become necessary "because of a serious complication due to a dysfunction of the immune system". According to information from the EU Parliament, the President of the Parliament had been under treatment since December 26.”<ref>https://www.n-tv.de/politik/EU-Parlamentspraesident-Sassoli-ist-tot-article23049090.html</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 08:09, 14 January 2022

Person.png David Sassoli  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician)
David Sassoli.png
BornDavid Maria Sassoli
30 May 1956
Florence, Italy
Died11 January 2022 (Age 65)
Italy
NationalityItalian
Alma materSapienza University of Rome
Victim ofpremature death
PartyDemocratic Party of Italy
Italian MEP; European Parliament President, presumed dead from the "vaccines" he himself promoted.

Employment.png President of the European Parliament Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
3 July 2019 - 11 January 2022
Preceded byAntonio Tajani
Succeeded byRoberta Metsola

David Sassoli was an Italian politician who served as President of the European Parliament from 2019 till his sudden death. He died in hospital in January 2022 of pneumonia from a dysfunction of the immune system.[1]

Career

Sassoli was not only known as an advocate of an open door migration policy, he also stood out as a staunch supporter of all corona restrictions, including a rigorous commitment to vaccination campaigns[2]. Although the corporate media reports on his death scrupulously avoided mentioning his vaccination status, it can be assumed that this vaccination advocate was at least twice vaccinated and with a probability bordering on certainty that he recently had his "booster" injection.

He did not die of or with or from coronavirus. The cause of death is stated as follows:

"Sassoli had been in the hospital for a long time, as was announced on Monday. A spokesman for the EU Parliament in Brussels had said that the Italian was in a clinic in his home country and was being treated there. The stay had become necessary "because of a serious complication due to a dysfunction of the immune system". According to information from the EU Parliament, the President of the Parliament had been under treatment since December 26.”[3]



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