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Study DEBUNKS Claim That Myocarditis From COVID Is More Frequent Than From Vaccination

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The “medical experts” were wrong again. Surprise, surprise.

Recently, as the push for boosters has ramped up for the fall and winter, the “medical experts” have been saying that although there is a risk of myocarditis and pericarditis — swelling of tissue around the heart that could be life-threatening — that contracting COVID creates a higher risk for heart inflammation.

The risks to young men who have little risk of serious illness or death from COVID have a markedly increased risk of myocarditis and pericarditis from the mRNA shots.

Many medical “experts” insist that they should get the boosters anyway because the risks from a mild, flu-like illness is apparently much worse than… *checks notes*… permanent damage caused by scarring of the heart tissue as a result of swelling.

What kind of argument is that when we know that the mRNA shots don’t stop the spread of the virus? Why bother to take the risk with the shots or boosters when, according to the “experts” you allegedly have an 8-times higher risk of myocarditis from infection anyway? It makes no sense.

There has been some concern in some medical circles about a sudden increase in myocarditis and pericarditis that began sometime in 2021. What could’ve caused that? No one is really sure, but some experts were insisting that it’s the result of COVID-19 infection. After all, what else could it be?

Podcaster Joe Rogan has been banging the drum about the risks of myocarditis from the jabs for months.

As reports of myocarditis among healthy teen boys and young men from the jabs were being reported in mid-2021, Rogan had cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough on his show to talk about it.

CNN’s Brianna Keiler smugly reported on a real-time “fact-check” of Rogan talking about the issue on his show.

But that “fact-check” didn’t shut Rogan up.

Here he is a couple of months ago continuing to question why young people should risk myocarditis from the jabs.


Well, there’s vindication for Rogan.

An April paper titled, “The Incidence of Myocarditis and Pericarditis in Post COVID-19 Unvaccinated Patients-A Large Population-Based Study” published on PubMed is getting a lot of attention.

The paper reports the results of a large-scale study of 196,992 unvaccinated Israeli adults from March 2020 to January 2021 after COVID-19 infection shows that the risk of myocarditis from the SARS-CoV-2 virus is pretty much the same as it is for the general population who weren’t infected at all.

The study was done before vaccination was widespread in the country. Israel launched its vaccination program on December 20, 2020.

The study also followed the patients for a median of 4.1 months. Clearly, this was a very thorough study that had a lot of follow-up.

The results of the study showed that out of the nearly 200,000 patients studied, only 9 developed myocarditis (0.0046%), and 11 were diagnosed with pericarditis (0.0056%).

The study included a control group of 590,976 adults who had never been infected with COVID-19 and were obviously unvaccinated as the rollout was just beginning. Of that group, 27 developed myocarditis (0.0046%) and 52 developed pericarditis (0.0088%), which is slightly higher than the COVID-positive group.

This indicates that COVID-19 infection did not increase the incidence of post-COVID myocarditis or pericarditis.

MilkBarTV posted this brilliant video showing how a podcaster was right and the “experts” were wrong.

Dr. John Campbell is featured in that video and you can watch his full analysis of the study here. Dr. Campbell has to really parse his words to not get a strike for spreading “misinformation” on YouTube, but you can catch his drift when he talks about “other factors” of myocarditis.

Huh. Look at that the “conspiracy theorists” were right again and it took almost a year for “The Science™” to catch up.

So… when does Joe Rogan get his groveling apology from CNN?

It seems that the risk of myocarditis from ‘Rona jabs in young adults is much higher than the “medical experts” had thought it was. The jabs increase the risk of myocarditis by 800 percent.

Kinda makes you wonder what is actually going on in all those viral social media videos of young, healthy athletes suddenly dropping to the ground in the middle of a competition, doesn’t it?

Ah, that’s probably just a weird coincidence…

If the COVID-19 pandemic taught us anything, it’s that the “experts” are not always right.

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by Doug Giles

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