A group of experts recently confirmed that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines, not infection caused by the pathogen, are responsible for myocarditis, or inflammation of the heart muscle.
The Health Advisory & Recovery Team (HART) based in the United Kingdom said “it’s the injections, not the infections, that cause myocarditis.” It arrived at this conclusion by analyzing evidence from various sources, including two sources of U.K. data that “look odd and seem to contradict each other.”
The group sent Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and found that there was a marked increase in myocarditis and pericarditis (heart lining inflammation) cases since the COVID-19 vaccines were rolled out.
Per data from both hospital trusts, there were only 170 cardiac inflammation cases in 2019 and 167 cases in 2020. The total number of pericarditis and myocarditis cases increased to 210 in 2021. This trend continued in 2022, with a total of 167 cases being recorded as of Nov. 27, 2022.
Another FOI request sent to Clalit Health Services in Israel revealed an increase in the number of cardiac inflammation cases beginning in the first quarter of 2021.
During the fourth quarter of 2020, the hospital recorded only nine cases of myocarditis and 17 cases of pericarditis. The following year, however, saw an increase in cases. For Q1 2021, there were 19 myocarditis cases and 27 pericarditis cases. This trend continued throughout the year, peaking in Q3 2021 with 31 cases each of heart lining and heart muscle inflammation.
“Given the notable rise in cardiac deaths seen recently, there needs to be an investigation of the possibility that heart damage after these injections has led to scarring in hearts – causing sudden cardiac deaths,” HART pointed out. (Related: Study: Teenage boys six times more likely to suffer from heart problems caused by coronavirus vaccine than be hospitalized from covid.)
“Myocarditis and pericarditis are caused by the inflammation of the heart and the layers of tissue that surround it. It is not known how much of this occurs after injection due to misdirecting the immune system to attack the heart, or due to cells being destroyed because they have been damaged or are expressing spike proteins,” HART continued.
“The issue is that the cells of the heart cannot be replaced. What is worse is that when the cells are killed, they leave behind a scar – which means that the electrical circuitry of the heart can short-circuit, causing a sudden cardiac arrest in the future.”
The group concluded that “despite attempts to blame myocarditis on infection, it has clearly risen in incidence only after the arrival of the injection program. Other evidence suggests the incidence after infection seems to be higher in the injected than the uninjected.”
“As always with COVID, the story is in the data that has not been shared. In the meantime, data on subclinical heart damage that could lead to long-term negative outcomes keeps accumulating.”
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