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Popular YouTuber With Over 3 Million Subscribers Dies At Age 40


YouTube star Ben Potter, who amassed over 3 million subscribers on YouTube on his channel “Comicstorian” has died after a “tragic accident.”

Potter died at age 40, in an unfortunate accident, according to his wife Nathalie Porter.

In a post on x, Nathalie Porter wrote “To many of you, he was Comicstorian, voicing stories from across multiple different mediums. To his loved ones, he was one of the best and most supportive individuals anyone could ask for. As a husband, a son, a brother, a friend, or even just a stranger, Ben was loving and genuine.”

Nathalie continued, “He was someone who would listen and make time for his loved ones. He would do his best to make everyone laugh and make sure they were okay. He was our rock.”

Here’s what NBC News reported:

YouTube star Ben Potter, who had over 3 million subscribers on his channel “Comicstorian” which shared opinions on the latest comic-inspired movies, has died following a tragic accident, his wife announced.

Potter, 40, passed away Saturday in an “unfortunate accident,” his wife, Nathalie Potter, shared on the channel’s X account, without disclosing the nature of the accident.

Potter started the “Comicstorian” channel back in 2014, posting audio dramas to comic books. Potter’s latest video posted Friday, one day before his passing, and raked up nearly 200,000 views.

“To many of you, he was Comicstorian, voicing stories from across multiple different mediums. To his loved ones, he was one of the best and most supportive individuals anyone could ask for. As a husband, a son, a brother, a friend, or even just a stranger, Ben was loving and genuine,” Nathalie Potter wrote on X.

“He was someone who would listen and make time for his loved ones. He would do his best to make everyone laugh and make sure they were okay. He was our rock and he’d reassure his loved ones whenever they needed it,” she continued, adding, “He was my world.”

Nathalie Potter asked for privacy as the family grieves their loss together.

Per The New York Post:

Beloved YouTuber Ben Potter, known as Comicstorian online, has died in an “unfortunate accident.”

He was 40 years old.

“Two days ago, on June 8th, my husband, Ben Potter, passed away in an unfortunate accident,” his wife, Nathalie Potter, posted on his X account Monday.

So….what was the “unfortunate accident”?

And why so secretive about it?

Look, I get it…horrible moment for this family, they want their privacy, etc.

But it’s sometimes a little hard to balance “I want my privacy” with a man who made his living in front of millions of fans.

It’s not unreasonable for people to wonder what the unfortunate accident was.

And I want to be very careful with how I introduce this next Tweet, so I will do so with the utmost of caution and deference to the family, saying we have no idea what the cause of death was.  We only know it was an “unfortunate accident”.

And that’s horrific enough.

But when an answer is not given, the human mind tends to wander and tends to fill in the missing gaps itself and perhaps that is why the Tweet below from 2021 of Comicstorian getting his 2nd COVID shot is now circulating again online right now…

Don’t shoot the messenger, this isn’t my Tweet I just happened to see it online.

Take a look:

Am I saying this is the cause of the unfortunate and untimely death?

NO!  100% I am not saying that, let me be abundantly clear.  I have no idea what the unfortunate accident could have been.  It could have been slipping on a banana peel left on a flight of tall stairs.  Ok?  

But I do know this….

I know I lived through the biggest psyop in recent memory, when celebrities, athletes, politicians and even online influencers were all bragging about getting their shots and pressuring everyone else to get one, even publicly shaming the people who didn’t want one.

That’s the one thing I know for sure, I lived through all that crap.

I not only resisted that psyop but I warned all of you here to fight against it as much as you were able.

And in case you don’t remember all the psyops you just lived through, allow me to refresh your memory….

Remember the “Dancing Nurses” from the COVID Planned-Demic years?

You know, the MSM was telling you every day that our hospitals were being overrun with people dying left and right and out in the streets and it was just so bad!

The medical system couldn’t keep up!

IT WAS A PANDEMIC, PEOPLE!!!

But then amidst all that chaos and death, a group of nurses just….had the need to…..dance!

Remember this?

Warning: Major Cringe Alert but the BS was so awful that I hope we never forget they tried to sell us on this:

Right….so we had a deadly pandemic on our hands, but these brave nurses just found the time and courage to create an incredible dance number.

GIVE ME A BREAK!

And here:

Or how about this one?

CRINGE!

Watch it right here on Rumble and give a shout out to Hacker John in LA for his great work!

Or how about this MEGA CRINGE….

Steven Colbert and the dancing syringes:

I don’t know how all of this eventually plays out, but I do know history will not look kindly on that video.

Or what do you think they paid Jimmy Fallon to do this?

Or perhaps it wasn’t payment, perhaps he was threatened?

I don’t know, but I’m just saying I can’t possibly believe he chose to do this under his own freewill?

Allow me to wrap up by saying I don’t wish ill will on anyone.

I mourn with the families who have lost a loved one, especially this YouTuber.

No one deserves to die by an unfortunate accident.

In the end, we only know three things:

  1. By all accounts, this was a wonderful man, gone too soon.
  2. The death was an unfortunate accident.
  3. He received at least two COVID shots.

#3 may have entirely no relation to #2, in fact it probably doesn’t!  But all 3 in and of themselves do appear to be demonstrably true on their own.



 

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