CTV News has added traffic noises to their growing list of reasons someone may experience a heart attack, totally ignoring the elephant in the room.
According to CTV News, “People who live in neighbourhoods with constant traffic noise are at higher risk of hospitalization for heart attacks compared with those who live in quieter areas, according to a recently published population-based study out of Rutgers University.”
According to studies and experts cited by CTV News, other reasons that someone may have an increased risk of experiencing a heart attack include working out while angry, Christmas Eve, the Winter season, shovelling snow, living in a low-income neighbourhood, and having sex.
Of course, there may be some validity to these contributing factors. The problem is that there’s a glaringly obvious and more serious contributing factor that CTV News, and the entire mainstream media apparatus more generally, will not talk about: the COVID vaccine.
As previously reported by The Counter Signal, over one million adverse events following injection with the COVID vaccine were reported to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) in 2021. Many of these adverse events were heart-related, including 10,640 reports of heart attacks and 22,117 incidents of myocarditis/pericarditis.
At the time of writing, these figures have increased to 13,819 reports of heart attacks and 38,605 incidents of myocarditis/pericarditis — and that’s just in the US.
Moreover, these figures are likely just a fraction of the real number. According to the Lazarus Report, a report commissioned by the CDC to see how comprehensive and representative reports of vaccine adverse events are in America, what gets reported to VAERS is only representative of 1 to 10 per cent of all actual vaccine adverse events in America.
This is newsworthy, but it’s unlikely that CTV News will ever report it. In fact, CTV News won’t even admit when there are more vaccinated patients in the hospital for COVID than unvaccinated patients without a disclaimer, having deleted their tweet and edited their headline after one of their journalists made the mistake of telling the truth.