Vaccinated kids are doing worse
. . . than before and than unvaccinated kids
I just talked to a sports coach, whose kids talk freely and informally amongst themselves and with the coach about who got the COVID shot and who didn't. About half of this coach's kids got the COVID shot, 2 shots each, and about half didn't. This coach observed of the COVID- vaccinated kids:
1) None of them are competing up to previous level; all are doing worse than before, whether vaccinated several months ago or more recently.
2) All are weaker and cannot endure what they used to in practice drills, with some taking a lot of sick days.
3) All talked about chest pain with each other and the coach after the shot.
4) The unvaccinated girls are now beating vaccinated boys, whom they could not do well against last year.
Folks, you are looking at cardiomyopathy, whether myocarditis or other myocardial injury, which is not benign, and is not temporary. Cardiomyocytes do not regenerate; they get replaced by fibrotic tissue. I wrote an article on Substack in July about this danger, as have many others.
Toby Rogers PhD writes about actions we can take to contact the CDC’s committee on vaccine approval for children, ACIP. Their next meeting is November 2, and they likely should hear from people by then. Rogers is an extraordinary scientist in the area of vaccine injury. I was glad to find him on Substack, after his truth bombs had been just too much for Twitter’s fact-inverters.