The mainstream media is running out of plausible causes to explain away the shocking rise in heart problems plaguing people around the world following the rollout of mRNA vaccines.
In a desperate attempt to placate their globalist backers, mainstream media outlets have spent recent months throwing verbal sh*t at a wall, hoping that some explanation other than the obvious will stick with the public, claiming that everything from cold weather to exercise is to blame.
“Depression worsened during pandemic, boosting heart disease risk, experts warn,” a headline from Today reads.
“TIS THE SEASON — The ways cold weather can affect your body — from winter vagina to blood clots,” an article by The Sun is titled.
Huh? Weird how it wasn’t common for the media to report heart problems due to merely living in the far north before 2020. It must be a coincidence.
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“Cannabis use disorder may disorder may be linked to growing number of heart attacks in younger adults,” an article produced by the American Heart Association News and published by Heart.org reads.
“Rise in heart attacks attributed to pandemic stress and poor diet,” reads a headline from The Sunday Times.
In a shocking bit of obfuscation, The Irish Times has gone so far as to blame physical activity. Yes, exercise.
“Physical activity may increase heart attack risk, study suggests,” the headline reads.
As it stands, the mainstream media seems willing to blame everything conceivable, from not moving enough to moving too much to geographic locations to draw attention away from the obvious: the vaccine, which governments have been forced to admit causes myocarditis (heart inflammation).
Perhaps the most dubious scapegoat, however, is the emergence of a fake mental illness called post-pandemic stress disorder. Indeed, this supposed form of pandemic-related PTSD, which hasn’t even been recognized as existing, is currently being used to explain away an excess of 300,000 heart-related illnesses in the UK.
Regardless, even the media will soon run out of excuses. After all, after claiming exercise is to blame, what could they possibly run next, “The dangers of breathing: Experts say the air can cause blood clots”?