Saturday, February 4, 2023
Journalist gets myocarditis from the common cold
Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle caused by a virus like the common cold or Covid which is a type of cold. A PCR test can't tell the difference. It was a rare disorder but it's not so rare any more. The reason why the Covid mRNA vaccines can cause myocarditis is two fold.
First they're not injecting a dead virus like previous traditional vaccines they are injecting a weaker live form of the virus. The CDC said that some vaccines use weaker live viruses not dead ones. Which ones? We don't know because they won't tell us what's in the Covid vaccines.
Second is because the mRNA causes the vaccine to bypass the immune system and enter the organs of the body namely the heart. This is how your heart catches a virus which causes myocarditis. Traditional vaccines stay in your arm and the body sends antibodies to the arm to fight off the dead virus and thereby builds immunity to it. Dr Byram Bridle explained that the Covid vaccines are different. The mRNA cause the vaccine to bypass the immune system and enter the organs. On top of that, synthetic mRNA doesn't decompose.