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by Published posted January 12, 2022

An obituary for a Minnesota manufacturing worker blamed his death on Joe Biden's vaccine mandates and the experimental Covid jab.

Derek Andrew McIntosh, 41, died unexpectedly last week from blood clots caused by a Covid-19 vaccination, according to an obituary posted online last week.

The jab was clearly mandated by McIntosh's workplace.

"Derek Andrew McIntosh died unexpectedly in the early morning hours of January 4th, 2022, due to complications from blood clots sending him into cardiac arrest following his Covid 19 vaccine," his family wrote.

McIntosh "spent two and a half years at St. Cloud State University, until realizing all college is, is a bunch of professors imposing their liberal and Godless views on the young minds of our nation," according to his obituary.

Prior to his death, he worked "in Non-Destructive Testing Inspection at Kurt Manufacturing."

McIntosh's goal of "spreading love and light" was cut short after he was forced to comply with the federal government's mandatory vaccine orders, according to the death notice.

"In the final weeks of his life... the world became dark with heavy-handed vaccine mandates." "The governments were determined to deprive him of his right to consult his wisdom and enjoy his freedom," according to the obituary.

"He had been vehemently opposed to taking the vaccine, so thank you Joe Biden for bringing on a premature death of a life not fully lived," it continued.

The obituary appeared to have been updated on Wednesday to remove references to blood clots and McIntosh's sudden cardiac arrest, as well as the family's sarcastic "thank you" to Biden.

The Peterson Grimsmo Chapel, which hosted Mr. McIntosh's online obituary and will host his services, did not respond to request for comment on the omissions.

Mr. McIntosh's death comes as the United States Supreme Court considers whether to uphold the Biden administration's federal vaccine mandate for private businesses.

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