“We have now proof-positive in autopsies in cases like this: 100% of the time, it is fatal, vaccine-induced myocarditis.”
- Dr. Peter McCullough, a world-renowned cardiologist, discusses concerns about vaccine-induced myocarditis after the COVID-19 vaccination drive.
- The article highlights young people collapsing and dying unexpectedly after receiving the vaccine.
- Dr. McCullough discusses the FDA’s acknowledgment of vaccine-induced myocarditis as a potential consequence of COVID vaccines.
- The timeline of the FDA’s recognition of the issue is outlined, starting from October 2020.
- Historically, myocarditis was known to occasionally result from viruses, and patients with myocarditis were advised against exercising due to the risk of cardiac arrest.
- Recent concerns have arisen due to COVID-19 vaccination and vaccine-induced myocarditis.
- About 800 peer-reviewed papers have been dedicated to vaccine-induced myocarditis, indicating that a percentage of participants showed heart damage after vaccination.
- Cohort studies by Mansuguan and Beurgin & Mueller show that 2.5% of participants displayed heart damage, particularly after second and third vaccine doses.
- Vaccine-induced myocarditis can lead to damage in the heart’s electrical conduction system, potentially causing ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation.
- Dr. McCullough and other doctors co-authored a study that found 100% of autopsy cases with vaccine-induced myocarditis were causally related to the vaccine.
- The study reviewed autopsy reports and identified 28 cases of vaccine-induced myocarditis, all causally connected to COVID-19 vaccination.
- The study’s findings suggest that the COVID-19 vaccine could be considered a significant medical mistake if the claims stand undisputed.
- The article raises the balance between rapid global health responses and potential unintended long-term consequences.
The full episode of The Highwire featuring Dr. Peter McCullough is available below: