CDC Drafted but Didn’t Send COVID Vax Myocarditis Alert

CDC Drafted but Didn’t Send COVID Vax Myocarditis Alert

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in May of 2021 drafted — but did not send — an alert warning that the COVID-19 vaccines could cause myocarditis.

In a document obtained by The Epoch Times, the subject line for an email read “draft alert on myocarditis and mRNA vaccines.” The email, sent by the CDC’s top official for equity in COVID-19 data and engagement, Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, to two other high-ranking CDC colleagues on May 21, 2021, read, “This is the most recent draft of an alert as discussed. Happy to discuss.”

Throughout the pandemic, despite the warnings issued online, which were quashed by a mass censorship campaign as evidenced by Fifth Circuit Judge Terry Doughty’s ruling barring the government from contacting social media companies, Pfizer alone by Nov. 2021 reported revenue of $24.3 billion. Meanwhile, a number of reports have come out indicating a rise in all-cause mortality.

“This censorship of a proposed alert in May of 2021 is just one more example of our regulatory agencies’ repeated pattern of behavior to censor any information that serves to counter the narrative that the COVID-19 vaccinations are ‘safe and effective,'” co-chair of the vaccine-injured advocacy group React19, Dr. Joel Wallskog told The Epoch Times.

Nick Koutsobinas |

Nick Koutsobinas, a Newsmax writer, has years of news reporting experience. A graduate from Missouri State University’s philosophy program, he focuses on exposing corruption and censorship.

© 2024 Newsmax. All rights reserved.

Originally Posted on:

Written by:

5,541 Posts

View All Posts
Follow Me :