Son of former YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki who censored truth online found DEAD in UC Berkeley dorm: “He ingested a drug”
By Ethan Huff // Feb 21, 2024

An apparent drug overdose led to the death of 19-year-old Marco Troper, the son of former YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.

(Related: Check out our earlier report revealing what Susan "destroyer of human rights" Wojcicki did to YouTube by turning it into a censorship and tyranny platform.)

According to reports, Troper was found unresponsive in his dorm room at the University of California, Berkeley's Clark Kerr campus. The Berkeley Fire Department was called to the scene where emergency personnel attempted to revive Troper, but to no avail.

Esther Wojcicki, Troper's grandmother, told local media that her grandson ingested some unknown drug that ultimately killed him.

"He ingested a drug, and we don't know what was in it," Wojcicki said. "One thing we do know: it was a drug."

On Facebook, Wojcicki posted a message paying tribute to Troper, stating that she and the rest of his family are "devastated beyond comprehension."

"Marco was the most kind, loving, smart, fun and beautiful human being," she wrote. "He was just getting starting [sic] on his second semester of his freshman year at UC Berkeley majoring in math and was truly loving it. He had a strong community of friends from his dorm at Stern Hall and his fraternity Zeta Psi and was thriving academically. At home, he would tell us endless stories of his life and friends at Berkeley."

Was it fentanyl or COVID jabs?

Tests are still pending to determine which drug Troper took that caused him to overdose and die, but many are wondering if the drug was fentanyl. As of now, UC Berkeley police say there are no signs of foul play in the case.

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Numerous right-wing X accounts speculated as to a possible fentanyl link in Troper's death. Several of them noted that the Biden regime's open borders policies are allowing more fentanyl to enter the United States than ever before.

Right now, overdose deaths are responsible for one in every 28 deaths across America. Reports claim that fentanyl analogs are largely to blame as fentanyl is one of the deadliest drugs on the streets right now.

"These days it's either fentanyl or the clot shot," one commenter wrote on a news story about Troper's death, "the clot shot" referring to Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines."

"They have many ways to kill us," wrote another. "Think tanks have been working on this for decades."

"Even if you worship the machine, the machine will still eat your children," said another ominously.

"YouTube has been front and center in promoting the globalist agenda of societal breakdown," someone else expressed. "Sad this woman's son was a casualty, but she is the furthest thing from an innocent victim."

"This is a tragedy but it doesn't escape me that Ms. Wojcicki would consider my child to be an acceptable sacrifice to keep the borders open," wrote another.

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