A pro-vax doctor has blown the whistle to warn the public about the soaring cases of side effects she’s seeing from the Covid mRNA injections.
Dr. Cornelia Tschanett has apparently had a crisis of conscience after administering up to 4,000 shots in her practice.
However, the Austrian doctor says that roughly ten percent of the people she injected have come back to her suffering from side effects.
Tschanett admits that she came to the chilling realization that she couldn’t “continue to vaccinate here” after a teenager she vaccinated suffered heart failure.
Instead, the health professional is now raising the alarm to warn the public that the Covid mRNA shots are not “safe and effective” as governments and their corporate media allies have been claiming.
Dr. Tschanett has gone public with her story in a recently released documentary called “UN-SICHTBAR: Der Film Teil 1.”
The title translates to “INVISIBLE: The Film Part 1.”
In the film, the doctor discloses that 10 percent of the 3,000 to 4,000 patients in her practice have come forward with “problems since the vaccination.”
“We have carried out around 3,000 to 4,000 vaccinations in my practice,” Tschanett reveals, according to an English translation of her statements.
“There were few side effects, as we saw at the beginning.”
However, Tschanett reveals that her patients kept returning with side effects long after they received the injections.
“This slowly became more the case over the course of the year,” she continued.
“You may not notice the first cases that much or dismiss it as an isolated case.
“Possibly also as a psychological overreaction.
“Towards the end of the year, this increased.
“Then more and more people came with supposed complaints after the vaccination.
“And then you question your own perception a bit.”
Tschanett revealed that she and other health professionals feared raising concerns about the safety of the shots.
“It was also difficult to discuss it,” she said.
“We will then have it in the course of autumn 2021.
“There are also groups founded by doctors who also vaccinate,” Tschanett revealed.
“And then you realize they perceive the same thing in their patient clientele.
“People report the same complaints, such as cardiac arrhythmias, insane fatigue, persistent muscle pain, and nerve inflammation.
“This then slowly became reproducible.
“And then, of course, you also try to look for scientific discourse.
“And that was shocking to me that that wasn’t possible.”
Tschanett revealed that when she tried to raise the issue with other doctors and pharmaceutical company officials, her concerns were “dismissed.”
“It was actually an absolutely dogmatic and certain and rock-solid statement: ‘This is not from the vaccination.’
“And the more patients came, the greater the inner conflict became for me — and for many doctors who actually want the best for their patients.”
Dr. Tschanett goes on to explain that she decided to change course after a teenage patient became seriously ill from the injection.
“[Extraordinarily], the first case was a 16-year-old boy who arrived at us 48 hours after the second dose with nausea and chest pressure,” she recalled.
“I took an EKG, and the EKG was impressively changed — so not normal for a 16-year-old.
“We then sent him to the hospital.
“A massive myocarditis of the heart was diagnosed there.
“Thank God he got well again.
“But that was the moment when I really stopped.
“Because people come at the same time, mothers with their children, young people,” she continued.
“They have literally said the sentence very often, ‘I don’t know what’s right, I put my life in her hands.’
“And this power of trust induces an enormous responsibility for me personally to be honest.
“It makes no difference whether you have seen this case once or ten times.
“The risk exists; the connection is vacant.
“Until proven otherwise, we actually have to educate people about what we see and what experiences we have.
“A person has this right if he or she decides to undergo physical intervention.”
Tschanett explains that she felt immense pressure to “vaccinate as many people as possible” with the Covid mRNA injections.
“That was an inner conflict for me because the social pressure to vaccinate as many people as possible and to vaccinate all age groups was very great,” she said.
“And on the other hand, personal experience as a doctor has increased — that this is not possible without side effects.
“That was the moment when I thought to myself, I can’t continue to vaccinate here.
“I have to stick to the truth; I have to live up to this trust.
“We must have had 300-400 people who have come to us with the feeling that they have had problems since the vaccination.”