Blood clots, heart attacks and the willful-ignorance of Mark Lamont Hill
Evidence that the vaccines cause clotting and cardiac complications and how the Pharma funded media denies this reality
Plenty of reasons abound for people to not take one of the three available ineffective, unsafe, and lethal covid vaccines. Some concerns include developing life threatening and debilitating thrombosis and myocarditis/pericarditis from the shot. The CDC, however, continues to claim that these adverse events are rare - an absurd assertion.
Let’s take a look at the most up to date Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) numbers concerning myocarditis/pericarditis and heart attacks.
As you can see, reports of myo/pericarditis and heart attacks to VAERS post covid vaccination are off the charts. There have been a total of 6,812 myo/pericarditis reports and 7,582 reports of heart attacks logged into VAERS as of September 24, 2021. VAERS captures only a fragment of all adverse events, perhaps as low as one percent. Additionally, one can view online numerous thrombosis and myo/pericarditis accounts supporting the VAERS data from vaccine victim groups.1
Indeed, issues of blocked arteries, inflammation of the heart muscle, and heart attacks have occurred in higher than usual numbers wherever the needle has found a willing or coerced shoulder. The corporate media, though, plays dumb on what is causing increases in heart attacks.
On September 30, 2021, a journalist writing for British daily newspaper, The Times, wracked his brain trying to figure out how heart attacks could have risen so dramatically in super vaccinated Scotland:
Health experts have been left baffled by a big rise in a common and potentially fatal type of heart attack in the west of Scotland.
During the summer there was a 25 per cent rise in the number of people rushed to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank with partially blocked arteries cutting blood supply to the heart.
Strange. Why would heart attacks all of a sudden occur at a disproportionately high rate in this highly vaccinated nation. Maybe the not so safe nor effective vaccines have caused increases in cardiac complications, which is a hypothesis worthy of investigation, since we are in the midst of the greatest human experiment in history.
Last week gave us some of the most reasoned, intelligent, and compassionate comments regarding vaccination and vaccine mandates by a man who does not want to take part in this experiment. Instead of listening to public health officials blather incoherent nonsense, America had the opportunity to hear a composed and smart statement on the vaccine from Orlando Magic baller, Jonathan Isaac.
Isaac makes several laudable points when responding to a reporters question on why he remains “vaccine hesitant.” He cites his natural immunity; his age and fitness level; the chance of having an adverse reaction to the shot; and the fact that the vaccinated can still catch and spread covid.
Here you have, in under two minutes, more solid information on the benefits of natural immunity, nuance concerning who is actually at risk (certainly not pro-athletes), honesty about the chance of having an adverse event from the vaccine, and the inability of the vaccine to provide sterilizing immunity (making it no more than a therapeutic).
To make his statement even more brilliant, Isaac finished by maintaining his belief in an individuals right to make a personal medical decision, and that “loving your neighbor” is not just loving those who hold the same views as you. An intelligent and compassionate answer to a reporter’s question, indeed.
But how did establishment shill, CNN contributor Marc Lamont Hill respond to the articulate and thoughtful comments of Jonathan Isaac? With elitist condescension, Lamont Hill tweeted that “this sounds smart to people who don’t know things,” which implied that he really “knows things” about these vaccines, unlike Mr. Isaac.
However, within twenty-four hours of his tweet, this was 42-year-old Marc Lamont Hill.
Lamont Hill posted his heart attack experience on his instagram, which I provide below, so you can read his own words concerning the severity of the incident:
I am home and recovering after a rough week. After my successful Achilles surgery on Friday, I was rushed to the ER on Saturday after suffering a mild heart attack. Turns out that I had DVT (deep vein thrombosis), which caused a pulmonary embolism. Blood clots nearly completely blocked my lungs, preventing blood flow to my heart. The doctors told me that I was VERY lucky not to have died. Fortunately, I received EXCELLENT medical care from the team at Temple University Hospital. The doctors accurately assessed my condition and removed the clots. My body is worn out and sore but I couldn’t feel more grateful to be alive and on the path to full recovery….
As one can see, the man nearly died.2 The next day, however, Lamont Hill tried to dismiss the vaccine as the potential cause of his thrombosis and heart attack.
Unbelievably ignorant, he had the gall to call people’s questioning into whether the vaccine caused his heart attack “completely baseless.” It seems as though he did not do a modicum of independent investigation into the potential issues surrounding these novel treatments. A little bit of digging, though, reveals the risks from these vaccines to a person’s arteries and heart, risks you won’t hear honestly discussed on any Pharma funded cable news outlet.
The risk of thrombosis after receiving the shot is known; above you can listen to the most cited Microbiologist in German History, Professor Emeritus of Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Mainz, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, discuss how blood clots occur in the body from the spike protein in the vaccine.
Additionally, on October 1, 2021, Dr. Jessica Rose and world renowned cardiologist, Dr. Peter McCullough, published an alarming paper on vaccine induced myocarditis. Their findings detailed that young men in particular were at grave risk of developing myocarditis from these vaccines. Additionally, they made sure to note that young men are not at risk from the virus, making vaccination for them completely nonsensical.
How, then, knowing the above things, could considering the vaccine a potential culprit in Lamont Hill’s hospitalization be anything more than putting two and two together? Certainly thinking this a possibility is not “baseless,” as he said in his tweet. It is not a far stretch to assume that the vaccine almost killed him, because it has killed many others in a similar fashion. Ultimately, it should not be his place to judge others for their decision to forgo vaccination. Many people who “know things,” like Jonathan Isaac, who cited the chances of an adverse event for why he does not want the vaccine, understand the risks of taking the jab, and therefore choose not to take it.
In late September Harry Potter actor, Tom Felton, of Draco Malfoy fame, collapsed on the eighteenth hole at a celebrity golf event in Wisconsin. He was immediately hospitalized. Three months prior to this incident, Felton enthusiastically encourage teenagers to take the vaccine. Surely Felton took the vaccine since he used his celebrity clout to influence impressionable young people to do the same - even though 12-15 year old boys have a six times greater chance of developing myocarditis from the vaccine than ending up in the hospital from covid.
People have every right to question what caused Felton’s hospitalization, especially since increases in young, otherwise healthy people all of a sudden collapsing has coincided with the vaccine rollout. Why would a 34-year-old man collapse out of nowhere when playing one of the least physically taxing sports on the planet? Unlike Marc Lamont Hill, who informed his Instagram followers of his emergency hospitalization by detailing what occurred, Felton did not. However, we can speculate that the vaccine may have had something to do with it - or, perhaps, everything to do with it, knowing the things that we know. The vaccine, though, should not remain like the infamous Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter series: the-thing-that-must-not-be-named. Certainly not if we care about informed consent and all the relevant details around vaccine safety.
I leave this post with Executive Director of the Covid Early Treatment Fund, Steve Kirsch’s, presentation at the recent FDA virtual meeting. He laid out the lethality of these vaccines, maintaining that they kill more people than they save; and that heart attacks, for instance, occur in the covid vaccinated at a 71 times higher rate than in those vaccinated with other vaccines.
This information must be known by all.
For anyone calling the VAERS data insufficient because it is a passive surveillance system, they need to understand that myocarditis/pericarditis needs a doctor diagnosis, and individuals that have heart attacks get rushed to the emergency room. If anything, physicians have been encouraged by hospital management to not report adverse events into the system, as detailed by a whistleblower on Del Bigtree’s The HighWire. Knowing this and the government backed Harvard study that concluded as little as one percent get reported, these numbers are very likely an undercount of many magnitudes.
Wishing Marc Lamont Hill a speedy recovery and hoping he bounces back to full health.