Casket Salesman Confirms Bulk Orders for Child-Size Coffins

Mick Haddock, a casket salesman whose family business manufactures coffins which are then supplied to retailers such as Costco, said that normally his company sells 50 to 60 child coffins per year. But this year is different, he says that in the last seven months, the company received two bulk orders, one for 200 child coffins and another for 250 small coffins. He added that “all casket sales are up dramatically in the last two years.”

Children ages 12 and up became eligible for COVID injections in May 2021. By January 2022, most children and all teens could get COVID-19 shots. Authorized ‘vaccines’ include For Pfizer-BioNTech Moderna J&J / Janssen.

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A casket manufacturing insider confirmed he’s received bulk orders for child-size coffins for the first time ever, which he believes could portend possible mass vaccine deaths.

Speaking to radio host Stew Peters Monday, Twitter user @highesthalfling revealed his identity as Mick Haddock, a casket salesman whose family business manufactures coffins which are then supplied to retailers such as Costco.

“My family business is casket manufacturing in North America. We have received 2 bulk orders for sub 5 foot units (children size) in less then 6 months. Never in 30+ years of business have we ever sold child size coffins in bulk,” @highesthalfling tweeted last Monday.

“Vaccines are killing children. If not, what is?” he added last month.

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1 year ago

I’ll tell you what’s killing them…the parents who decided this was a good idea for a virus 99.9% survive.