The American Heart Association (AHA) blames cannabis sativa – and more specifically the growing legalization of it – for the sudden spike in heart attacks that is occurring all across the country as children get "vaccinated" with "Operation Warp Speed" syringes.
An alleged study presented by the AHA, which has not been published nor peer-reviewed, claims that "marijuana" is somehow responsible for more young people having heart attacks. The data the group claims to have collected dates back to 2007, and there is even a name for this fake phenomenon: "cannabis use disorder."
The timing of the AHA's release of this bizarre new claim is no coincidence as it directly coincides with rising cases of myocarditis, pericarditis and other heart-related issues in children who recently got jabbed for the Fauci Flu.
It is apparent that the AHA wants people to believe that cannabis, rather than covid "vaccines," are responsible for this surge in young people getting sick with heart problems.
Worse yet, the AHA is trying to make people believe that cannabis is responsible for hospitals becoming overrun with sick children when the reality is that the jabs are the obvious culprit.
Nowhere on the AHA website is there any mention of the potential heart risks associated with Chinese Virus injections. In fact, the AHA aggressively promotes Fauci Flu shots.
The AHA claims that while there have been some reports of myocarditis and other heart problems associated with the injections, the benefits "outweigh the low risk."
In other words, the AHA wants you to believe the experimental Big Pharma chemicals are more beneficial than they are dangerous, but cannabis is a serious health risk that should be avoided – talk about backwards.
In the serious side effects section of its covid-19 injection information page, the AHA further claims that "very rarely" will anything serious occur. The most common side effects, the group says, are things like redness and swelling at the injection site, which eventually subside.
As for people with a history of heart disease or stroke, the AHA still recommends that they get injected.
"People with cardiovascular risk factors, heart disease, and heart attack and stroke survivors should get vaccinated as soon as possible because they are at much greater risk from the virus than they are from the vaccine," AHA "leaders" insist.
Meanwhile, there is not a single mention on the AHA website about the anti-covid effects of cannabis. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and other cannabis constituents have been found to protect against covid spike proteins, but the AHA does not acknowledge any of this.
Keep in mind that this is the same AHA that once declared exercise to be an "alternative" therapy, suggesting that it is an unproven distraction from pharmaceutical drugs.
"There aren't many large well-designed studies lasting longer than a few weeks looking at alternative therapies, yet patients have a lot of questions about their value," announced Dr. Robert D. Brook, M.D., an AHA panel chairman, back in 2013 about how exercise should not be a substitute for "standard" drug treatments.
This tells us everything we need to know about the AHA's perspective. Much like the federal government, this so-called "nonprofit" is little more than a mouthpiece for the pharmaceutical industry that tells people to do the exact opposite of what they should actually do to maintain good heart health.
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