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CDC Finally Releases Report On Myocarditis—But There’s A Glaring Catch…

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has finally released its study on myocarditis following the rollout of the Covid-19 experimental shots.

However, there is a giant catch—the entire 148-page report is 100% redacted. Every single page contains exactly zero words.

If this doesn’t scream cover-up then I don’t know what will; the CDC is clearly trying to hide something.

I find it startling, and almost unbelievable, that the CDC would attempt to pull something like this—this is a new low even for them.

How are people supposed to have trust in any of the public institutions if the public institutions function like the CDC?

Take a look at a snapshot of the entire report below. Every single page was completely redacted:

The CDC previously admitted that concerns surrounding myocarditis and the experimental Covid-19 shots were not unfounded, according to The Federalist:

According to Vaccine Safety Datalink surveillance data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducted in 2022, within a week of receiving the “Dose 2 Primary Series” of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, there were 14 verified cases of myocarditis or pericarditis among the 102,091 males aged 16-17 who got the shot.

Among the nearly 206,000 12-15-year-old males who received the same series, 31 cases were confirmed within a week.

Emerald Robinson implored her followers: “The CDC won’t allow ONE WORD of their study on myocarditis & the clot shots to be seen. If you’re vaccinated, get to your doctor and have all the heart tests done right now.”

Despite this, mainstream media outlets like The Guardian continue to report:

The latest study sought to investigate the overall impact of a Covid vaccination, given that infection with the virus itself is known to significantly raise the risk of heart failure and various other serious cardiovascular problems.

“What we show in this very large study is that people who are vaccinated are at a very much reduced risk of these complications post-Covid,” said Daniel Prieto-Alhambra, a professor of pharmaco- and device epidemiology at the University of Oxford and a senior author on the study.


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