Fatal heart attacks among adults ages 25-44 soared 29.9% over what was predicted. Deaths from heart attack climbed by 19.6% for adults ages 45-64 and by 13.7% for ages 65 and older.
The authors did find a 14% rise in heart attacks in the first year of the pandemic, signalling Covid infections (in severely ill patients), postponed doctor’s visits, lockdown measures, and various other factors played a contributing role.
However, a sharp one-third rise in one of the lowest-risk groups (25-44) suggests something else may have contributed to this surge. Moreover, the rise in heart attacks is steeper with lower age cohorts. The statistical increase in the elderly population (13.7%) is less than half that for those in their 20s, 30s, or 40s (29.9%).
If severe Covid is largely causing a rise in heart attacks, why have younger groups seen the sharpest increases? As the press release states,
Researchers found that although acute myocardial infarction deaths during the pandemic increased across all age groups, the relative rise was most significant for the youngest group, ages 25 to 44.
The study authors don’t even discuss the possibility that vaccines may have contributed to the rise, but they concede there are many uncertainties:
“There are several potential explanations for the rapid rise in cardiac deaths in patients with COVID-19, yet still many unanswered questions.”
Fortunately, we have other national data that more concretely answers our questions — and tragically aligns with our worst fears.
When it comes to myocarditis — inflammation of the heart muscle — countries that keep a national registry appear to have found a suspiciously noteworthy surge.
First, take a look at Germany:
Since vaccines were widely administered last year, myocarditis rates surged more than 75%. One might speculate that severe Covid illness accounts for the rise. Except, myocarditis cases dropped at the start of the Covid pandemic (Jan 2020) and kept declining for a few months afterwards (May – Sept 2020).
What happened in the middle of last year that could have resulted in a large increase in myocarditis cases?
Perhaps the widespread administration of a medical intervention that causes a significant number of myocarditis cases (in specific demographics)?
Maybe Germany is just an outlier and I’m senselessly speculating.
Well, look at France:
In 2021, myocarditis cases rose 31% — the highest in several years.
The orange and red codes are both for myocarditis (the red is for myocarditis cases that are unspecified).
Again, anytime one brings up myocarditis from the vaccine, opponents reflexively counter with the fact that Covid also causes myocarditis.
But as this bar graph shows, myocarditis cases fell in the first year of the pandemic. They only rose in 2021, the year vaccines were rolled out to the public.
It’s impossible to prove with absolute certainty, but this data indicates that mass vaccination in these European nations has led to surging rates of myocarditis (cases are almost certainly concentrated in young men under the age of 40 or 50).
This is why many countries such as Germany, France, and Sweden took measures last year to limit or halt the usage of the Moderna vaccine (associated with 5 – 10 times higher rates of myocarditis than Pfizer):
One more piece of compelling research demonstrates an association (at least) between cardiac injuries and the mass-administration of mRNA vaccines: an Israeli study conducted by MIT researchers comparing emergency services calls for acute cardiac events (cardiac arrest and acute coronary syndrome) with the timeline of the first and second vaccine doses.
The study specifically uses cardiac arrests in the 16 to 39-year-old population because undetected myocarditis is a leading cause, including in cases of cardiac arrest-induced sudden death. Acute coronary syndrome is also measured because it’s often erroneously diagnosed in those who have myocarditis.
Here’s what the study finds:
As first doses of the vaccine were administered, cardiac arrest EMS calls rose precipitously. When second doses of the vaccine peaked around March 7, cardiac arrest calls were also at their highest. As the researchers state, they have identified a robust correlation between emergency calls and the rates of administered first and second vaccine doses in the 16 to 39-year-old population.
For both cardiac arrest and acute coronary syndrome EMS calls, the study finds a >25-percent rise during the interval January–May 2021 (when vaccines were rolled out), compared with the years 2019–2020.
Notably, while both vaccine administration and cardiac arrest calls congruently fell in March, EMS calls began to surge again in mid-April (with no corresponding association with vaccine distribution).
This suggests undetected myocarditis post-vaccination may result in sudden cardiac arrest weeks later. For this reason, the authors recommend making the public more aware of cardiac symptoms following vaccination to prevent serious damage in the long term:
“[I]t is essential to raise awareness among patients and clinicians with respect to related symptoms (e.g., chest discomfort and shortness of breath) following vaccination or COVID-19 infection to ensure that potential harm is minimized.”
The 33-year-old Canadian law enforcement member I interviewed in my investigative vaccine myocarditis article earlier this year almost died due to ignorance of vaccine myocarditis:
As I write in the article (link above):
Against his will, he got his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine (which has significantly lower rates of myocarditis) on Oct. 29. That night he experienced intense heart palpitations, but they entirely subsided by the next day. He didn’t think of linking it to the vaccine.
…Thirty days later Desh got his second dose with no immediate side effects.
….Then on the night of Dec. 11, he came within an hour or so of dying from heart failure.
The health authorities have done an abysmal job of warning the public of cardiac side effects—perhaps because doing so would discourage many young people from getting vaccinated. The government has been massively influenced by Big Pharma and self-selected “top epidemiologists” who eerily hold the same views surrounding COVID-19 policy.
Self-identifying objective journalists and fact-checkers have also lost all credibility in combating supposed “Covid misinformation.” Reuters published a piece debunking the false claim that the Israeli study “proves COVID-19 vaccines cause heart problems.”
Except, both of the social media users they highlight of making this claim didn’t make that claim. Their primary example, Rep. Thomas Massie, correctly quotes the study from an article on justthenews.com:
“COVID-19 vaccination was significantly associated with a 25% jump in emergency medical services for heart problems in 16-39 year-olds in Israel, whose vaccination rate is among the world’s highest, according to a peer-reviewed study by MIT researchers.”
Needless to say, the study in itself doesn’t “prove” mRNA vaccines cause a surge in emergency cardiovascular events. The authors don’t claim otherwise. However, given the volume of existing data surrounding vaccine myocarditis in light of this new study, it’s highly likely there’s a causal relationship between mass vaccination and cardiac arrests.
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In totality, data from the U.S, France, Germany, and Israel point to a dark truth with paralyzing medical and political ramifications: mRNA vaccines have damaged the hearts of a significant number of people who signed up for a highly dangerous experiment because Big Pharma in lockstep with the federal government coerced them to do so.
As a truth-seeking journalist, I will never look away. That may mean I will never be able to write for the lucrative, elite publications I used to (Google my name), but I will be living in line with my values.
I will continue investigating matters no one at The New York Times will. Not only are our rights and freedoms on the line, but the living flourishing of our own sacred biology, which we only have one chance at preserving in this remarkably short lifetime.