Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is extremely rare in teenagers and adolescents. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that about 1,500 people under age 25 die of cardiac arrest each year in the United States. Prevalence positively correlates with age (the younger you are, the more rare it is). The American Academy of Pediatrics cites various congenital heart defects as the cause in most of these cases. Myocarditis (heart inflammation) is the primary unnatural cause of SCA in children.
The CDC admitted that teenagers are at-risk of developing myocarditis after receiving the experimental Pfizer mRNA injections. The for-profit, quasi-government organization downplayed myocarditis like it’s a paper cut that will heal in a few days. But this blog has covered numerous cases of post-injection myocarditis in teenagers across the globe. Many of them die, while others suffer perpetual debilitating symptoms.
Unfortunately and sadly, we’re seeing a major uptick in teenagers suddenly collapsing and dying like nothing this blogger has seen in over 20 years working in media. Some are confirmed to have received the experimental mRNA injections. Others are not. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services admits that these pediatric deaths are normally “widely publicized” because they are rare and traumatic. But somehow mainstream media and big tech do not see any cause for alarm with this pattern.
You may judge these three cases for yourself.