Coming up on two years post-vaccine rollout, we’ve seen this phenomenon where healthy, young athletes in peak physical condition are collapsing on the pitch at unprecedented rates.
In an interview with ex-The Hill contributor Kim Iversen, Dr. Peter McCullough fills us in on why this is happening. In short, subclinical myocarditis. Or myocarditis that has ‘flown under the radar’ that hasn’t been detected by a physical examination, laboratory test, or otherwise.
“Subclinical is very, very important,” Dr. McCullough explains.
“That means American children who are getting the vaccine, some of them have no symptoms, yet they’re sustaining heart damage. Because the vaccines are brand new, we don’t have any assurances on long-term safety.”
Now, what was the background rate of myocarditis before and after vaccine rollout?
“Myocarditis [was] very rare before COVID-19 vaccination; it could happen. The background rate of with parvovirus or Coxsackievirus is about four cases per million per year. Our initial CDC estimates, again, because they didn’t know the cohort — they estimated 62 cases per million. And then a case series was published by Sharff & Colleagues from Kaiser Permanente, and they had the number up to 500 plus cases per million.”
Nor is it ‘mild,’ as Dr. McCullough details.
“I can tell you as a cardiologist, heart damage causes scarring, and when there’s a scar, that’s a setup for an abnormal heart rhythm, and that abnormal heart rhythm can lead to a cardiac arrest.
The reason why myocarditis is so important in children is that when there’s superimposed adrenaline and noradrenaline in exercise, it is the trigger for cardiac arrest.
And it may explain why we’ve seen scores of athletes die on the field or die during training or other events because it’s subclinical myocarditis, and then superimposed adrenaline surge.”
So I can tell you, as a cardiologist, we take this degree of heart damage seriously. There is no heart damage that’s mild or inconsequential. And there are papers now by Jenna Schauer showing it doesn’t go away.
So I can tell you, as a doctor, in children, the COVID-19 vaccines are not medically necessary. They’re not clinically indicated. So I think Denmark’s got it right. They should withdraw all vaccination for young people.”
Absolutely. There is no logical explanation for injecting a young and healthy person with a virtual ZERO percent chance of a severe outcome to allow them to play Russian Roulette, risking their bodies for up to a 1 in 43 chance of subclinical myocarditis.
Want to hear more from Dr. McCullough? Listen to what he has to say about the pneumococcal and flu injections.
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