By Zoey Sky
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced in August last year that there were 42.6 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis per million males aged 12 to 15 after Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination.
Just recently, the agency backtracked and admitted that the rate is actually 150.5 per million. This aligns with what independent media outlets previously reported.
Truth behind COVID-19 vaccine side effects on heart health
Back in 2021, reports revealed that some cases of myocarditis or “inflammation of the heart muscle potentially leading to blood clots and heart attack or stroke,” could be linked to the coronavirus vaccine.
Despite the alarming implications of the reports, corporate media and its “fact-checkers” branded the reports as misinformation. The media even claimed that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh these “small risks.”
But this year, these mainstream media outlets can no longer deny that what they called misinformation can actually be verified with undeniable data.
According to a 2021 study conducted by medical scientist Tracy Hoeg and her colleagues, the data align with the latest CDC numbers.
The researchers reported that there was a rate of 94 cases of “cardiac adverse events” per million for teenage boys aged 16 to 17 and 162 per million for teenage boys aged 12 to 15.
Critics attacked the study as “deeply flawed” and “antivaccine.” Even Facebook was flagging similar studies. The censorship meant parents with young children were unable to make informed decisions about COVID-19 vaccines.
Emails revealed that the CDC fed Facebook false information about the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines for children. In one email, a Facebook official revealed that the CDC helped the company “debunk claims about COVID vaccines and children.”
Government data across the globe suggests that people who have been vaccinated are actually more susceptible to coronavirus infection than those who are unvaccinated.
The CDC also ruled false the claim that COVID-19 vaccines alter people’s blood. But blood clots are a known side effect of the vaccines and a study showed that many vaccinated patients have abnormal blood. (Related: COVID vaccines found to increase risk of myocarditis in children by over 13,000 percent.)
Pathologists and embalmers have also reported that they have seen the emergence of bizarre “fibrous” clots in an alarming number of their cases since the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Lawsuit points to alleged collusion among social media companies, the White House and federal agencies
A lawsuit by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry pointed to alleged collusion between social media companies and officials in the White House, the Department of State, the CDC, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other federal agencies.
On Sept. 8, the state AGs asked a federal court to compel the Department of Justice to turn over communications between high-ranking Biden administration officials and social media companies.
In July, internal documents obtained by the group America First Legal revealed that major social media platforms have colluded with federal health officials to censor information about coronavirus, treatments and vaccines that weren’t in line with the government’s narrative.
In March, Dr. Vivek Murthy, President Joe Biden’s surgeon general, demanded that the major social media companies submit detailed information about the alleged COVID-19 “misinformation” on their platforms.
In February, the Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin naming “proliferation of false or misleading narratives” about COVID-19 and the 2020 election as among the top terror threats. Ironically, this came as top health officials and scientists retracted their stances on masks, lockdowns, vaccines and other efforts to fight COVID-19.
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