New study shows that pretty much everyone is getting heart damage from the COVID vaccines
They just aren’t letting you know that. In Canada, the medical community is very smart about this: they don’t let doctors measure troponin levels before you are vaccinated so nobody is the wiser.
A new study shows that nearly everyone getting the mRNA COVID vaccines are experiencing some amount of heart damage.
A new study out of Switzerland shows that vaccinated people have uniformly higher troponin levels than their unvaccinated peers.
In the graph shown at 6:21, we see that the 777 people who got the booster in this study have uniformly higher troponin levels than their matched unvaccinated peers. That is not supposed to happen. If the vaccines are safe, the troponin levels should be nearly identical between vaccinated and unvaccinated groups.
Here are Professor Prasad’s exact words:
It’s not just the tip of the distribution that has elevated high sensitivity troponin, it’s that the entire distribution is right shifted. Everybody’s having a little bit of elevation in high sensitivity troponin. That’s what this graph would have you infer.
Troponin is a type of protein found in the muscles of your heart. Troponin isn’t normally found in the blood. When heart muscles become damaged, troponin is sent into the bloodstream. As heart damage increases, greater amounts of troponin are released in the blood
What the study shows is that nearly everyone is getting a little heart damage when they get the COVID vaccine, some get a lot more damage than others.
Even more important is that it’s not just a little. They are measuring on day 3 and 4 and the slope was going down (See 5:47). So it was presumably much higher before day 3. In other words, the actual damage is likely greater than the curves would indicate.
1 in 28 boys who got the vaccine developed subclinical myocarditis in the Thailand study
Furthermore, the rate of sub-clinical myocarditis in boys in the Thailand study (summarized at 2:47 in the video) is 3.5%, i.e., 1 in 28 boys will have subclinical or overt myocarditis.
It appears that most of the rest are having heart damage that is below the threshold to be classified as subclinical myocarditis.
Although other conditions can cause a troponin elevation, these conditions are all rare and would be unlikely to be coincident with the shot.
We are left with the inescapable conclusion that the vaccine is injuring the heart muscle in nearly everyone who gets the shot.
Attacking the study
The study was well done. Professor Christian Mueller is well respected and has authored many publications on cardiac injury in the scientific literature.
So it’s not likely that anyone will have success attacking the study. But people will try because they don’t like the result.
The Canadian solution to the troponin problem: don’t allow the doctors to order the troponin test before the shot
In Canada, the medical community is very smart about this: they don’t let doctors measure troponin levels before you are vaccinated so nobody’s the wiser.
According to a physician in Canada, after the COVID vaccines rolled out, they changed the rules. They only allow troponin to be measured when you are in the hospital. That way, doctors can’t compare your troponin before getting the shot to the level after the shot.
It’s a clever technique to make sure nobody finds out how dangerous the shots are. I’d expect other countries to adopt this policy so that the data isn’t out there (not that it would matter anyway).
The data is showing the shots are causing some amount of heart damage in nearly everyone who gets the shot.
Doctors and public health authorities are simply turning a blind eye to the data.
Most people put their trust in their doctors and the public health authorities.