The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) wrote a draft alert to warn local and state health officials about a potential link between COVID-19 vaccines and an increase in cases of myocarditis but then pulled it before it could be published.
According to documents obtained by the Epoch Times, the alert was aimed at informing officials of the connection between the mRNA vaccines made by Moderna and Pfizer BioNTech and heart inflammation.
The draft alert was intended for transmission through the Health Alert Network, or HAN, which the CDC uses to disseminate notices to hospitals, doctors and health agencies throughout the nation.
The existence of the draft was exposed by an e-mail written by Dr. Demetre Daskalakis to a pair of his senior CDC colleagues, Dr. John Brooks and Dr. Henry Walke. The subject line of the e-mail was “draft alert on myocarditis and mRNA vaccines.”
A spokesman for the doctors said that rather than sending the notice, officials with the CDC chose to include the draft alert’s information in its “clinical consideration” guidance document. However, they did not explain how the CDC could ensure that the same parties who would have received the HAN would receive this document.
The email with the draft was dated May 21, 2021, just three days before a workgroup for the CDC admitted that myocarditis cases following the jab were higher than expected. A week later, the CDC was still recommending that most Americans aged 12 and older get the jab.
The HAN system was used to distribute a warning about links between the Johnson Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and serious health complications, such as low platelet levels and blood clotting in some patients, just a month before the CDC decided not to send the draft alert about myocarditis.
At the time, hundreds of cases of myocarditis linked to the vaccines had been reported in the U.S., Israel and other countries, some of which were fatal.
Epidemiologist questions why draft was never released
A California epidemiologist who has long been trying to challenge the CDC on its claims that the jabs aren’t linked to myocarditis, Dr. Tracey Hoeg, told The Epoch Times she felt there was a double standard at play.
“Why would they issue one for the JJ vaccine for the blood clots but not for myocarditis post-mRNA vaccination? We had data from our own Department of Defense at this time indicating it was a real safety signal and two fatal post-Pfizer vaccination myocarditis cases had already been reported in Israel,” she asked.
She believes that the CDC officials who were involved in the draft and the decision not to release it should be held accountable.
In multiple subsequent alerts sent by the CDC encouraging people to get the jab, none of them mentioned myocarditis.
Government and Big Pharma colluded with social media to censor vaccine concerns
In fact, there was a concerted effort between the government and pharmaceutical companies to censor discussions of myocarditis and other vaccine injuries and side effects during the pandemic. In just one example, the Biden administration was caught working with employees of YouTube, which is owned by Google, to target what authorities claimed was “misinformation” about the vaccines. Other documents have demonstrated the collusion between social media platforms and the government to censor discussions about vaccine effects.
The co-chair of an advocacy group for people who suffered from COVID-19 vaccine injuries known as React19, Dr. Joel Wallskog, told The Epoch Times: “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.”
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