Covid and heart disease

During the covid pandemic, and after I had received several vaccinations, I was unexpectedly diagnosed with a ‘damaged heart’. That’s the way the cardiologist put it. How did it happen, I asked? Could have been a heart attack, he said. Could have been?

If it was a heart attack, I never felt a thing. I was baffled. I always associated heart attacks with pain, breathlessness, and blue lights to a hospital. Besides, I had had a recent angiogram which showed the arteries to my heart were clear.

The cardiologist remained guarded about the possible cause of my ‘damaged heart’. I only discovered what my heart condition was much later when my GP let slip the word ‘cardiomyopathy’. Is that what I have? Yes, that’s what you have, she said, as if she had said too much.

Then I started to hear and read about the alleged connection between the covid vaccinations and heart disease. Below is the latest article I’ve come across about it. If that connection was ever confirmed, I would be more than furious. The condition of cardiomyopathy has made a dramatic difference to my well-being. Those suffering from cardiomyopathy could drop dead anytime. Who would be responsible?



More Damning COVID Evidence

A US Navy medico says he found major spikes in heart-related ailments among pilots, including heart failure (973%) and cardiomyopathy (152%) over the five-year average.


New data from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) provides further evidence that COVID-19 shots are linked to multiple heart issues.

Lieutenant Ted Macie uploaded a social media post citing a letter confirming that 2021 saw drastic spikes in various diagnoses for serious medical issues over the previous five-year average.

These medical issues included hypertension (2,181%), neurological disorders (1,048%), multiple sclerosis (680%), Guillain-Barre syndrome (551%), breast cancer (487%), female infertility (472%), pulmonary embolism (468%), migraines (452%), ovarian dysfunction (437%), testicular cancer (369%), and tachycardia (302%).

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