The tragic story of a

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The tragic story of a 14-year-old vaccine myocarditis victim

Source: (https://bit.ly/3ELHEfu)
Vaccine myocarditis is not trivial, mild, or "rare." In young men,
it's a far greater risk than Covid hospitalization and death.
On May 12th of last year, school teacher Emily Jo took her
14-year-old son Aiden to get his first Pfizer vaccine dose. The
public health authorities and her son's pediatrician unanimously
recommended vaccination, prompting her decision. She knew
that mRNA shots caused some number of adverse events, like
all vaccines, but was re-assured by the CDC and White House's
public recommendation.
"The talk amongst the mainstream medical community was that
vaccine myocarditis was mild and that this was very rare," she
told me.
At that time, despite alarming heart inflammation reports from
Israel, the CDC publicly claimed to have found no signal of
myocarditis after "intentionally" investigating over 200 million
administered doses.
Moreover, Emily Jo was never warned of the myocarditis risk or
informed about the risk-benefit profile.
"When I took Aiden to get his vaccines at the drive-through
vaccination site, there was no warning about myocarditis. We
were not counseled about any side effects to be aware of."
In the name of public safety, scientific innovation, and personal
health, Emily Jo sent out a celebratory tweet proclaiming she and
her family are "so thankful" their teenage son was able to get
However, her pride and relief turned out to be tragically
short-lived. Two days after her son's second vaccine dose (which
he got a month after his first), he ended up in the hospital after
experiencing intense chest pain. He was moved to a room on the
acute cardiac floor where he was found to have elevated troponin
levels (a key sign of heart damage) and an abnormal
electrocardiogram. Every doctor Emily Jo spoke to at the pediatric
hospital Children's Healthcare of Atlanta confirmed her son had
vaccine-induced myocarditis.
Given her son's dire condition, Emily worried Aidan might die
or suffer from a catastrophic injury. Thankfully, after four
distressful days at the hospital, Aidan troponin levels returned
to baseline and he was discharged. However, this didn't mean
he could return to his normal life. Aidan was unable to do physical
activity for six months. Sports, hikes, and other forms of exercise
were deemed too dangerous for his heart - a typical consequence
of myocardial injuries. Emily Jo said:
"I had no idea how life altering 'mild' myocarditis actually is.
I have a very hard time with the label 'mild' for anything that
requires hospitalization and months of inactivity." 
The most serious concern with Aidan's vaccine injury isn't the
harrowing experience itself, but the frequency at which it occurs.
Virtually any substance or medication will produce a diverse range
of reactions across the human population. As many commentators
have correctly noted, if you administer peanuts to everyone, there
will be some number of fatalities and cases of anaphylaxis.