Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 25 August 2021

Mother warns parents of the dangers of allowing their kids to have the ‘Covid-19’ fake vaccine after her son is hospitalised with dangerous inflammation of the heart after having the Pfizer jab

A cardiologist who treated a child suffering from myocarditis; dangerous inflammation of the heart muscle, after having the Covid-19 injection, explained to the child’s mother that “no case of myocarditis is mild” confirming Public Health authorities are deceiving parents in the push to vaccinate children.

Fourteen-year-old Aiden Jo received his first dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 injection on May 12th. On June 10th, he woke up in the middle of the night complaining of chest pain and difficulty breathing. The boy’s mother, Emily, rushed him to the hospital where he was ultimately treated for myocarditis.

The mother said she had been under the impression that the adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines are rare and mild.

“What they didn’t explain is that mild means hospital care and follow-up care indefinitely. They’re not explaining what mild myocarditis means. Aiden’s cardiologist told us no case of myocarditis is mild.  That’s like saying a heart attack is mild”.

Aiden is now unable to partake in physical sport, and has to avoid running around and playing outside with his friends due to how easily he gets tired because of his heart being unable to handle the stress of activity.  His mother also faces a bill of thousands in medical care.

“Parents need to understand that myocarditis is not covered under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program,” Emily said. “And the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program only covers if you’re incapacitated, wheelchair-bound or dead.  We have incurred thousands and thousands of dollars in medical bills.  We have insurance but they don’t pay all.  It does not account for tests down the road that we still have to get.”

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