• CDC Tried To Cover Up Sudden Deaths Of Two Teens, Including One From CT, Who Died From Myocarditis Linked To Covid Shots

    New records uncovered reveal CDC scrambling to downplay the reports.

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    On February 14, 2022, a report was published in the scientific journal Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine regarding the sudden deaths about two teenage boys, one from Connecticut and the other from Michigan, after they received a second dose of Pfizer's covid vaccine.

    Both boys were found dead in their sleep within a week after receiving covid shots. Neither of the boys had previous health conditions. But the autopsy reports showed clear signs that the boys died suddenly from myocarditis.

    The report states:

    Results.– The microscopic examination revealed features resembling a catecholamine-induced injury, not typical myocarditis pathology.

    Conclusions.– The myocardial injury seen in these post-vaccine hearts is different from typical myocarditis and has an appearance most closely resembling a catecholamine-mediated stress (toxic) cardiomyopathy. Understanding that these instances are different from typical myocarditis and that cytokine storm has a known feedback loop with catecholamines may help guide screening and therapy.

    It turns out new records uncovered by The Epoch Times reveal that the CDC scrambled to respond, and expressed concern that the report would negatively impact efforts to continue promoting covid vaccines.

    Just three days after the autopsy report hit the medical journal, Dr. Sarah Reagan-Steiner, a medical officer at the CDC, wrote, “this is important because this report has significant implications for CDC and FDA’s vaccine safety and policy discussions."

    The CDC's Infectious Diseases Pathology Branch (IDPB) wrote a rebuttal to the report on April 8, 2022, and even claimed excluding CDC scientists on the report "called into question the ethics of the experts who wrote it."

    The CDC concluded that other factors caused the deaths, including the presence of parvovirus B19 in one boy, which CDC said could also cause myocarditis, and the presence of bacteria that can cause sepsis in the other boy.

    "The conclusion of IDPB, based on the composite histologic, immunohistochemical, and molecular findings, was death attributable directly to C septicum sepsis. This conclusion is supported further by several salient and well-recognized clinicopathologic characteristics of this disease," said the IDPB rebuttal.

    But in an email with CDC officials, Dr. Gill noted that "while parvovirus was detected in the other boy, the histopathology did not support a viral source for the myocarditis."

    In an attempt to further downplay the possibility that covid vaccines caused the sudden deaths of the two boys, the IDPB rebuttal stated:

    The report by Gill et al unfortunately omitted many important findings provided by pathologic evaluations at the CDC that suggested an alternate cause of death for patient A and identified a specific infectious cause of death for patient B. These omissions could lead incorrectly to the assumption that COVID-19 vaccines were directly responsible for the deaths of these 2 patients. We believe that providing these important pathologic findings will allow readers a fuller perspective of the causes of death in these cases

    The CDC rushed to get its rebuttal printed even though the clearance process normally takes weeks or even months.

    “It needs to go out to the journal ASAP,” wrote CDC pathologist Dr. Christopher Paddock.

    In another email, Dr. Reagan-Steiner wrote that vaccine safety officials were “pushing for [clearance] in an exceptionally expedited manner."

    After the rebuttal was printed in the journal, Dr. Paddock was happy that it would acknowledge “the work we did to identify the actual cause of death” for the boy with bacteria in his system.

    Dr. Gill and the other authors claimed that the CDC overstepped its role by claiming it identified the cause of death for one of the boys.

    They further allege that the CDC “misinterpreted common postmortem findings, including bacterial overgrowth.”

    Interestingly, in a statement emailed to The Epoch Times, the CDC admitted that "determining a person’s cause of death" is actually "the job of the official who completes the death certificate" and the IDPB simply provides “consultation for analysis of tissue specimens.”

    But not in this case, as it seems CDC was trying to preserve the carefully constructed covid vaccination narrative ... the one that suggests covid vaccines are "safe and effective" despite the mounting evidence to the contrary.

    How can a product that is implicated in 1,637,441 injury reports, including 37,544 death reports, ever be considered "safe and effective"? And why are these vaccines still on the market?

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