Posted by Curt on 1 August, 2023 at 8:51 am. 3 comments already!

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by Kelen McBreen

A recent study revealing young Americans have seen a 30% increase in heart attack deaths since the spring of 2020 is puzzling mainstream media pundits who must have forgotten about the experimental Covid jabs forced onto the world right at that exact same time.

NBC’s the Today show reported, “A national study from Cedars Sinai hospital shows the deaths related to heart attacks increased across every age group since the spring of 2020, but the group that saw the biggest increase isn’t who you might think… The relative increase in heart attack-associated deaths among 25-44-year-olds was a staggering 30%… Experts are still working to figure out why young people are so impacted.”

An expert interviewed in the news report expressed concern the Covid virus itself may be harming people’s cardiovascular systems and increasing the likelihood of blood clot formation.

The report also explained studies have connected Covid-19 with myocarditis, obviously ignoring the massive links between the Covid jabs and heart inflammation.

A person cited in the report even claimed the Covid virus itself is much more likely to give someone myocarditis than the experimental shot.

NBC Senior Medical Correspondent Dr. John Torres was brought on the program to counter those who think the Covid “vaccines” are behind the sharp rise in heart problems.

When NBC anchors asked Dr. Torres if he had advice for young people who have had Covid and may be afraid of experiencing a heart issue, the Big Pharma shill laughably suggested they get a Covid vaccine and booster!

Popular cardiologist Peter McCullough commented on the Today show segment on Twitter, writing, “Reports falsely blames 2020 SARS-CoV-2 infections in 2020 for the explosion of vaccine induced cardiac arrests today. mRNA vaccines have FDA warning for myocarditis which is frequent and leads to death with shots every six months!”

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