A prominent vaccine advocate has died shortly after being diagnosed with “turbo cancer.”
59-year-old Kevin Mitnick was one of the world’s most notorious hackers.
In recent years, Mitnick used his notoriety to promote experimental Covid-19 vaccines, calling on the public to get injected with the Big Pharma jabs for “the greater good.”
However, Mitnick died this week following a short battle with cancer.
The news comes amid soaring reports of new cancers being diagnosed.
The tumors are bigger than ever and they seem to grow very aggressively, spread very rapidly, and are extremely resistant to treatment.
Experts have dubbed the phenomenon “turbo-cancer.”
Cancer pathologists around the world are reporting that people who have previous cancers which were in remission are flaring up since their shots because of the damage to their immune system by the Covid shots.
Mitnick was arrested by the FBI in 1995 on charges he committed wire fraud after “breaking into the computer systems of several major corporations,” according to a 2007 article from Wired.
“The case bestowed upon Mitnick a sort of antihero status while raising the consciousness of hacking and computer security in the general population,” Wired reported at the time.
After spending over five years in prison, Mitnick transformed his life to become a renowned “white hat” cybersecurity expert and consultant helping companies find vulnerabilities in their systems.
Mitnick’s Twitter timeline documented his immense fear of Covid.
During the pandemic, he posted pro-lockdown statements, chastising people for visiting their families during the Thanksgiving holiday.
What could possibly go wrong with people ignoring the advice NOT to travel for Thanksgiving holidays.
This is why Covid will never be resolved until a vaccine is actually administered to the population at large. pic.twitter.com/CyKpnKJjqj
— Kevin Mitnick (@kevinmitnick) November 25, 2020
Mitnick’s Twitter timeline also chronicled his hope and expectation the Covid vaccine would get things back to normal.
“Such great news from Pfizer about a 90%+ effective Covid vaccine,” Mitnick tweeted as the two companies prepared to launch their respective experimental mRNA jabs.
“So happy that lives will be saved and hopefully the world can go back to normal.
“Thank you Pfizer and BioNTech!”
Such great news from Pfizer about a 90%+ effective Covid vaccine. So happy that lives will be saved and hopefully the world can go back to normal.
Thank you Pfizer and BioNTech!
— Kevin Mitnick (@kevinmitnick) November 9, 2020
He also encouraged others to take the jab, demonstrating his trust in the medical establishment’s new vaccine.
Thank you so much Erin. Now go get your vaccine jab. i don’t want to see you get sick. Just Do It!
— Kevin Mitnick (@kevinmitnick) August 7, 2021
Reports revealed Mitnick died after a “battle with pancreatic cancer.”
While no official cause of Mitnick’s cancer was given, the Covid vaccine is more frequently being blamed for an increase in cancer diagnosis.
Top doctors are asserting the jabs are a major driving factor behind “turbo cancer.”
McKernan et al, analyzed two vials of @moderna_tx and 2 vials of @pfizer bivalent vaccines. The cancer promoter SV-40 was in @pfizer. Neither company has done analyses to corroborate or refute these findings. #courageousdiscourse @drcraigwax @MdBreathe @Kevin_McKernan pic.twitter.com/biTMs5e8F2
— Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ (@P_McCulloughMD) July 16, 2023
turbo cancer its called since vaccine👀 pic.twitter.com/6jZBRVUQAh
— Amanda Hall (@amandah32014963) July 23, 2023
Vaccine expert Geert Vanden Bossche: We'll see in the coming weeks is still a further increase in acute autoimmune diseases. For example, autoimmune myocarditis, autoimmune diabetes type one juvenile diabetes, more inflammatory organ disease, turbo cancers, etc. pic.twitter.com/QwvKANKiV0
— wakeup觉醒 (@wakeupusa777) July 21, 2023
Fairbanks, AK – 60 year old Philip Eugene Shenk, healthcare worker, beat bladder cancer
He was mandated Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines and his cancer came back and he died on May 4, 2022
— William Makis MD (@MakisMD) July 17, 2023
Mitnick sadly leaves behind his wife, Kimberly, and their unborn son.
Could the pancreatic cancer that Kevin Mitnick developed, like with so many others, be linked to the Covid jab?