Another renowned cardiologist has sacrificed his career to come forward and blow the whistle about the global spike in “sudden and unexpected” deaths and heart attacks in healthy people.
Dr. Peter McCullough has spoken out to warn the public that vaccines are damaging the hearts of young people, including athletes, causing them to suffer cardiac arrests, and in some cases, die prematurely.
In an explosive video interview with WND, McCullough points out that rare cases of sudden death were handled differently in the past.
Long before Covid emerged, athletes who died suddenly were typically diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, an abnormal thickening of the heart, or premature heart blockage.
However, athletes are now thoroughly screened to rule out those conditions.
McCullough points out that peer-reviewed literature has identified vaccines as a cause of myocarditis.
He noted a U.K. study that found about 100 fatal cases of myocarditis linked to the shots.
And he cited a case report published in August in the journal Archives of Pathology that found a connection between a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine and myocarditis in two adolescents.
A case report by South Korean researchers presented the autopsy findings of a 22-year-old man who developed chest pain five days after the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and died seven hours later.
“When someone dies and the family doesn’t come out and say anything, or doctors don’t come out and say anything, it’s a reasonable assumption that it was the vaccine, until proven otherwise,” McCullough told WND.
He said that as a cardiologist and scientist, he doesn’t want to scare the public.
“But I think this is more of a public warning,” he said.
“We’re seeing a strong signal for sudden death that’s almost certainly due to subclinical or clinical myocarditis.”
He explains that there are two patterns of “sudden death” as it typically occurs during a cardio-intensive sporting event or during sleep.
“In both cases, there’s a surge of adrenaline, of cortisol, that helps the body naturally during these periods, and that seems to be a trigger for the arrhythmias,” McCullough said.
He continues by explaining that the natural biochemical change toward the end of the sleep cycle signals the body to wake up.
And, similarly, these hormones produced by the adrenal glands, catecholamines, are released in response to physical exertion or emotional stress.
They can stress the heart and cause it to beat arrhythmically.
And if there is inflammation and scarring, the mechanism can lead to death.
“We’re left with; what is the smoking gun?” McCullough said.
“The only smoking gun is the COVID-19 vaccine.
“The vaccines have surpassed any guardrails for safety,” he concluded.
“They need to be pulled off the market, all of them, and the mandates need to be rescinded.”
McCullough pointed out the many news stories of sudden deaths in which the vaccine status is not reported.
“I think the biggest observation of this is that families have to help us,” he said.
“Yes or no, did they take the vaccine?”
McCullough referenced the case of the 17-year-old daughter of a Democrat lawmaker.
As Slay News reported, Sean Casten’s (D-IL) healthy teenage daughter Gwen Casten died suddenly in her sleep.
The congressman indicated in a Twitter post before her death that she was fully vaccinated.
But the family said in a statement, “We don’t know what caused the arrhythmia, and likely never will.”
A statement from the Casten family: pic.twitter.com/fHryLYeJif
— Rep. Sean Casten (@RepCasten) October 7, 2022
McCullough has been forced to sacrifice his own career in medicine to warn the public about the shots.
He is accused of spreading “misinformation” about COVID-19 vaccines and is now facing the loss of his board certification in cardiology and internal medicine.
The world-renowned cardiologist and epidemiologist – with 677 scientific publications to his credit – is now engaged in a rigorous appeal process at great expense personally as well as professionally.
“I can tell you this is unprecedented,” he told WND.
“We’ve never had a federal board like this, recommend that a doctor become decertified because of political reasons.”
“There is no complaint regarding my critical care.
“No complaint regarding my board scores.”
McCullough is not the first renowned expert in his field to speak out about the links between heart failure and the Covid vaccines, however.
As Slay News previously reported, Dr. Aseem Malhotra, one of the world’s leading cardiologists, is also raising the alarm after discovering “significant” links between soaring “unexpected” deaths and COVID-19 vaccines.
Malhotra was among the first people to get their Covid shot and made regular appearances on British television to promote the vaccinations.
However, he has now made a complete U-turn after unearthing evidence to suggest that the shots are causing a global spike in sudden cardiac deaths in otherwise healthy people.
London-based Malhotra first spoke out in September and called for vaccinations to be stopped “immediately,” Slay News previously reported at the time.
He argued in a scientific paper that evidence shows that the risk of harm is greater than any benefit.
After further research, Malhotra issued fresh warnings to the public last month.
“It is my duty and responsibility as a consultant cardiologist and public health campaigner to urgently inform doctors, patients, and members of the public that the COVID mRNA vaccine has likely played a significant role of being a primary cause in all unexpected cardiac arrests, heart attacks, strokes, cardiac arrhythmias and heart failure since 2021, until proven otherwise,” Malhotra said in a video statement posted to Twitter.
‘It’s my duty as a cardiologist to urgently inform every Dr, patient & member of the public that the mRNA product is a likely contributory factor in all unexpected cardiac arrests,heart attacks,strokes,cardiac arrhythmia & heart failure since 2021 until proven otherwise’#NHS pic.twitter.com/E06w4KPLxk
— Dr Aseem Malhotra (@DrAseemMalhotra) October 19, 2022
An internationally renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis, and management of heart disease, Malhotra is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and president of the Scientific Advisory Committee of The Public Health Collaboration.
He also is an honorary council member of the Metabolic Psychiatry Clinic at Stanford University School of Medicine.