In The News - December 2022
Dec 31, 2022 – Yet another brand new study of kids aged 14-16 diagnosed with mRNA COVID vaccine associated myocarditis found:
- 77.7% abnormal ECG findings (ST-elevation most common).
- LGE on 88.8% of MRIs.
- 55.5% myocardial edoema (excess fluid).
- 100% LGE present at 3-6 month follow up.
Dec. 27, 2022 – “Cormick Scanlan suffered a stroke on December 6, 2022. Angiogram revealed that he had a rare condition called moyamoya disease. He had bypass surgery on Thursday the 15th to repair the left side carotid artery with blood vessels from his head. Sadly, he suffered additional strokes thereafter.”
Dec. 22, 2022 – Young children in elementary school are being asked to disclose their sexual orientation or gender identity for a school survey in Ontario, Canada. Some school boards in Ontario are soliciting sexually explicit data on young, school-aged children under the guise of being required by the Ministry of Education. SOGI.
Dec. 19, 2022 – VAERS data shows a 4,070 percent increase in miscarriages and stillbirths since mRNA roll-out.
Dec. 19, 2022 – Children who aren’t exposed to germs on a regular basis have different microbiomes than those who are. Exposure to nonpathogenic microorganisms train the immune system to function normally and not react excessively or unnecessarily.
Dec. 16, 2022 – A newborn baby who was given a blood transfusion using vaccinated blood after the hospital “lost” the unvaccinated blood specially donated by a member of the family’s church, has died of “huge blood clots.”
Dec. 15, 2022 – Unintended consequence of COVID control measures – kids without immunity. The nearly two years of intense COVID-19 mitigation measures in school and daycare has shifted the advantage to the influenza and RSV viruses. Typically, kids are exposed to respiratory viruses starting when they are very young (a pre-school aged child will have at least six colds, or viral syndromes, per year), and slowly, over time, develop an adaptive immune response that provides some protection against future infection.