I was told that the VAERS contractor for CDC and FDA (Oracle had the contract) told the agencies there was a myocarditis adverse event signal in February 2021. This was 2 months after the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were authorized. (Myocarditis shows up within 4 days of the second shot over 80% of the time, so it is hard to miss the obvious vaccine connection.) This involved people reporting myocarditis to VAERS before there had been any publicity about the connection. I spoke about this on CHD’s Friday Roundtable program with James Lyons-Weiler on May 19. Here is a tweet of me talking about this issue.
Someone just sent me a letter from the Israeli Ministry of Health to other nations’ ministries asking if they too were seeing a myocarditis signal in February 2021.
By April 2021, the Israeli media were all over the story, and it was estimated in Israel that young men had a 25 times elevated risk of myocarditis after the shots. There was a little bit of press in the US also, but somehow the story never got legs.
The CDC and FDA and ? managed to keep the story under wraps, denying any vaccine problems at an advisory committee meeting. Because what did FDA do on May 10, 2021? It authorized the dangerous vaccine for adolescents who FDA knew were at high risk for myocarditis, carefully hiding that data, and failed to disclose it in the Fact Sheet (despite being required to do so in the 2005 Prep Act).
Having then pushed COVID vaccine clinics for kids in a major way, the agencies finally admitted there was a danger signal about 6 weeks later, in late June 2021. Here are the stunning data CDC revealed to its advisory committee.
[There may have been an emergency meeting called by CDC at which the signal was denied. Or maybe that was the late June meeting.]
And the Israelis held off publishing their data in the New England Journal until December of 2021. https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMoa2109730
I think an adolescent who received the Pfizer or Moderna COVID vaccine in May or June 2021 and developed myocarditis would have a very interesting lawsuit.