Teenage boys are 6x more likely to suffer heart problems after jab than be hospitalised by Covid


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Shocking story in the Telegraph:

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/09/teenage-boys-risk-vaccines-covid/

Teenage boys are six times more likely to suffer from heart problems from the vaccine than be hospitalised from Covid-19, a major study has found 
Children who face the highest risk of a “cardiac adverse event” are boys aged between 12 and 15 following two doses of a vaccine, according to new research from the US. 

Some very incisive comments on this article:

If one teenage boy dies of or with COVID it is chance, a tragic misfortune. If just one dies of a reaction to, or side effect of, forced vaccination it is culpable manslaughter. Parents must make that clear. 

Just another play on the current theme of sacrificing the young for the sake of the elderly. Nothing new.

As soon as the JCVI, a pro vaccine organisation, didn't recommend vaccinations for this age group then you know something is very wrong.

We have been shouting about the dangers of these experimental injections for months but sadly it's now too late for the many youngsters who have already been injected.

Blood on their hands.

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On 9/9/2021 at 11:48 PM, Trinity said:

Teenage boys are six times more likely to suffer from heart problems from the vaccine than be hospitalised from Covid-19, a major study has found 

That's because young female nurses prefer wealthy established balding older gentlemen to teenage boys. There money from the older men of the district for girls who help eliminate the younger male competition on the polygamist dating scene.

Google Mormons, LDS, and the Lost Boys.

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