New Reports Raise Questions About Covid 19 mRNA Vaccines’ Potential To Induce Acute Myopericarditis


There’s been a lot of talk about the efficiency of the covid 19 vaccines and their potential health risks as well. Now, more and more data is leaked especially about the Pfizer covid 19 vaccine which is raising some experts’ eyebrows.

Check out the latest reports on the mRNA covid 19 vaccine below.

Important cardiologist Peter McCullough shared the following tweet, suggesting that new studies involving the mRNA type of covid vaccine could trigger terrible side effects in subjects.

Someone hopped in the comments section and noted the following: “Was never a safe technology. I can remember reading about it’s failures. Unbelievable that it was given to the world on such a low death rate. But when you have an industry with no product and alot of big powerful investors. What’s the lives of people really matter?”

Another follower said this: “Recently McCullough stated that the extra adrenaline that athletes produce when engaging in their sport can trigger the heart problems post-vaccine. Does anyone have a link to a paper/article that deals with this theory?”

Pfizer released 55k pages of covid vaccine data

Pfizer has to release a specific number of pages of unrevealed data about their vaccine by now. It seems that they are referring to their own product as being experimental or investigational.

According to official data, the FDA turned over thousands of documents related to its review of Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine recently. This is marking the first of several releases mandated by a court in Texas earlier this year.

Here’s what MedPageToday notes:

“The agency released 55,000 pages of COVID-19 vaccine review documents last Tuesday, following a loss in court months earlier that forced it to expedite its process to make the information available to the public.”

Stay tuned for more news about the covid 19 vaccines.

Rada Mateescu
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