Tori Bowie died suddenly at the ripe young age of 32 for no apparent reason, which in the post-"pandemic" age could mean that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "vaccines" were involved – though this is just speculation, to be clear.
Bowie sprinted to glory in the 2016 Olympics, followed by another win at the 2019 Qatar World Championships. Between then and now, Bowie had been living a quiet life back in Florida.
According to the Orange County Sheriff's Office, Bowie was found dead in her home at 1pm after someone called to request a welfare check. Her cause of death has not been publicly announced.
The day Bowie was found dead, her sister Tamarra posted a cryptic message to Facebook that read:
"People who pretend to be happy have some of the saddest souls and people who do not try to convince the world that they are happy have the most genuine souls, because they are content with just being them for them and nobody else."
The suggestion here is that Tori suffered from mental health issues that may have contributed to her untimely death. To honor Bowie and her family, we will assume that Tamarra knows more about her sister and the possible reason why she died.
(Related: Almost immediately after Operation Warp Speed was launched by the Trump administration, serious adverse events in professional athletes who took the jabs skyrocketed by 6,000 percent.)
Public records do show that Bowie defaulted on her property back in 2021 at the height of the "pandemic." The home was scheduled for foreclosure in 2022, but the auction was canceled before that could occur.
Bowie reportedly had a rocky life growing up, having been dropped off along with her sister at foster care while still an infant. Both Bowie and her sister were later adopted by their biological grandmother.
Bowie herself admitted publicly that it was "a struggle since day one," adding that her "entire life has been a struggle." She was excited to have been afforded the opportunity to succeed as an athlete, however the timing and mysterious circumstances surrounding her death seem to align with the trend of professional athletes who started dropping dead mysteriously after covid injections were unleashed.
Again, we are not saying that Bowie died because of a vaccine injury. What we are saying is that it is a strange coincidence at the very least, especially since the cause of Bowie's death has not been made public.
After winning a bronze medal at the 2015 World Championships, Bowie qualified for the U.S. Olympic Team in the 2016 Rio Olympics, where she qualified to race for Team USA in the finals of the 4x100 meter relay, as well as the 100m and the 200m.
Bowie won silver in the 100m dash, finishing with a time of 10.83 seconds just behind gold medal winner Elaine Thompson of Jamaica who clocked in at 10.71 seconds.
Bowie would eventually help Team USA retain the gold in the 4x100m relay by running as the anchor leg, outlasting Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.
We wish Bowie's family the best and hope that covid jabs had nothing to do with her death.
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