The Food & Drug Administration recently added a warning to the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines regarding two heart conditions. It describes a rare but serious heart inflammation problem that has been attributed to the COVID-19 vaccines. It talks about an increased risk of myocarditis, inflammation of the heart muscle, and pericarditis, an inflammation of the tissue surrounding the heart.
The U.S Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System found over 1,400 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis and over 8,000 cases of irregular or increased heart rates. “Today, the FDA is announcing revisions to the patient and provider fact sheets for the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines regarding the suggested increased risks of myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccination,” the announcement reads.
They state that the FDA and CDC would be monitoring the reports and collecting information overtime on any long-term outcomes.
Even members of the US military, including 23 previously healthy men with an average age of 25, started complaining of chest pains after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The US health regulators informed officials that the risk of heart inflammation “which is rare” is most common in young men. They tried to insist that the benefits of the shots outweigh the risks of the disease, but the reports of heart inflammation are becoming much more common.
“The FDA has added a warning about heart inflammation to the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Will the media apologize? Will colleges actually protect their students and stop mandating vaccinations?” Charlie Kirk, host of the Charlie Kirk Show tweeted.
Yet some federal agencies, such as Michigan’s Henry Ford Health System will mandate COVID-19 vaccines for all team members, students, volunteers, and contractors. President and CEO Wright Lassiter III said that they “acknowledge the magnitude of this decision” and that they did not make it lightly. The health system has about 33,000 employees, with about 68% vaccinated so far.
Mandating the vaccine has remained controversial for workers as it is still under emergency use authorization.
A Texas federal judge even dismissed a lawsuit filed against Houston Methodist Hospital by its workers who challenged the mandate.
Judge Lynn N. Hughs ruled that employers are allowed to mandate vaccines for their workers and that the plaintiffs “had no case.” It’s hard to say that there’s “no case” when you’re forcing a vaccine that is under emergency use authorization and has questionable side effects.
Some state lawmakers are rushing bills through to block vaccine mandates in schools and colleges. There have been so many side effects of the vaccine that parents feel their kids don’t the jab, especially since the disease is so rare in children.
The latest attempt to block vaccine mandates was in Ohio when Sen. Andrew Brenner emphasized that most fatalities from COVID-19 occur among the elderly and that there’s “no clear benefit” to vaccination when measured against the COVID-19 death rate. He said that the vaccine should be a decision between students, their parents, and their physician.
House Speaker Bob Cupp agreed that immunizations are decisions for the parents. “I think there is a concern that there might be a movement toward requiring vaccination when it’s not really clear that that is necessary in order for those age groups to prevent the spread of disease,” he said.
Some college students are even suing the California State University’s requirements of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine before returning to class, even though they’ve already recovered from COVID-19.
We don’t know the long-term effects of this vaccine on individuals but the radical left wants to hold onto as much political power as they can. First, it was the government shutdowns and now it is vaccine verification and passports. What’s next?