Medical Pundits Attempt to Explain Away COVID Vaccines’ Role in Health Scares

As stories rise from across the country of otherwise perfectly healthy people suddenly suffering major heart problems, medical pundits are trying to dismiss any possibility that the largely untested COVID-19 vaccines may have played a role in such health issues.

As reported by Just The News, one prominent example is MSNBC host Yasmin Vossoughian. On Saturday, the 44-year-old host finally described to her viewers the nature of the “health scare” that forced her off the air for several weeks; on December 20th, she began suffering intermittent chest pains which spread to her shoulder 10 days later. After a trip to the emergency room, she was told that she was suffering from pericarditis “brought on by a virus, a literal common cold.” She spent four nights at the hospital, during which her heart had to be partially drained.

Vossoughian was then transferred to NYU Langone before finally being allowed to go home on January 4th; just three days later, she returned to the emergency room after feeling “a flutter” in her heart. She was subsequently diagnosed with myocarditis. The doctors continued to tell her that “it was still just the cold doing all this.” A cardiologist at NYU, Greg Katz, claimed that her condition was brought on by an “overactive immune response” to a cold.

What Vossoughian failed to mention in her story is that she had previously received the Chinese coronavirus vaccine in April of 2021, after NBC Universal ordered all of its employees to take a vaccine in order to return to work. Vossoughian is just slightly older than the under-40 age group that has been shown to be at the highest risk of developing myocarditis and pericarditis as a direct result of vaccination, a side effect that the companies manufacturing the vaccines failed to mention upon distribution.

Alex Berenson, an independent journalist who formerly worked for the New York Times, noted in a recent article that Vossoughian had previously gone out of her way to repeatedly promote the vaccine on her show, hosting “segment after segment lauding the mRNAs with the most extreme vaccine fanatics around.” She even hosted a segment instructing teenagers on how to get a vaccine without their parents’ permission or knowledge.

All three of the major COVID-19 vaccines – developed by Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson – were rushed into production at a faster pace than usual, but ultimately did not provide enough time for the usual testing period before being submitted for mass distribution. Despite the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other government entities insisting there would be no side effects from the vaccines, the warnings of vaccine skeptics appear to have been prescient as numerous cases of similar issues continue to appear in the news.

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About Eric Lendrum

Eric Lendrum graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he was the Secretary of the College Republicans and the founding chairman of the school’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter. He has interned for Young America’s Foundation, the Heritage Foundation, and the White House, and has worked for numerous campaigns including the 2018 re-election of Congressman Devin Nunes (CA-22). He is currently a co-host of The Right Take podcast.

Photo: NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 14: Lenox Hill Hospital Chair of Emergency Medicine Yves Duroseau receives the COVID-19 vaccine from Doctor Michelle Chester at Long Island Jewish Medical Center on December 14, 2020 in New Hyde Park on Long Island, New York. The first vaccination was administered to Registered Nurse Sandra Lindsay, with Governor Andrew Cuomo attending the event remotely via video conference. (Photo by Scott Heins/Getty Images)