A Comment on Myocarditis in Association with the COVID-19 Injections
Keywords:COVID-19 injections, delayed vigilance, Google search popularity, hypergeometric statistical significance, myocarditis
This comment documents the fact that the CDC delayed reporting the incidence of myocarditis to the general public for three months after the first statistically significant signal appeared in the VAERS database. The delay kept about 120,000,000 Americans in the dark until after they had already unknowingly exposed themselves to one or more doses of the COVID-19 injections that were, according to the analysis presented here, in all probability, the proximate cause of the increased incidence of myocarditis, especially in young male Americans from 8 to 21 years of age.
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