James C. Smith’s influential roles in both organizations “raises serious conflict of interest concerns,” the National Pulse remarked, because Reuters has not only given extensive coverage to Pfizer’s COVID-19 shot in particular, but it has overwhelmingly moved to “silence skeptics” of the Pfizer shots as well as other COVID-19 shots.
Smith’s roles raise added concern because Reuters, considered a leading international news source and boasting a reach of billions of people, brands itself as a news agency with “integrity” and “freedom from bias.” In fact, a 2021 article praises Reuters as one of the “Top 4 Unbiased Independent World News Sources.”
The National Pulse linked to a compilation of Reuters articles mentioning Pfizer, pointing to about 22,000 over “the last year alone.” Such articles portray Pfizer in an overal positive light, and at times Reuters aims to discredit Pfizer’s critics. The Pulse observed that articles mentioning Pfizer heavily outweigh those mentioning Moderna, which numbered about 8,200.
What gives Smith’s conflict of interest even greater weight is Reuters’ self-appointed role as “fact checker” of news. A survey of Reuters’ more recent fact checks shows the majority are dedicated to defending COVID-19 shots against questioning of their safety or efficacy, or of the motives behind their production and promotion.
For example, one recent “fact check” claims that “there is no evidence currently that COVID-19 vaccines are linked to an increase in sportspeople collapsing or dying due to heart issues such as myocarditis.” It made this claim despite its acknowledgement that “several studies do indeed suggest a link between myocarditis and the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.”
Former Pfizer vice president Dr. Michael Yeadon has documented at least two dozen recent incidents of athletes collapsing, suffering injury, or dying, mostly from heart issues, noting that the rate of such occurrences has spiked in recent weeks.
It is noteworthy that Smith also serves on the board of the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative and is a member of WEF’s International Business Advisory Boards of British American Business and the Atlantic Council.
Smith remains chairman of Reuters after having retired as president and CEO in February 2020, Pfizer’s website notes.
A new study published by the American Heart Association (AHA) found that Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines increase a person’s risk of experiencing a heart attack by as much as 127 percent.
The AHA is one of the leading nonprofit organizations in the United States that funds medical research into cardiovascular health.
The researchers who conducted the study looked at the changes in PULS scores of people who had been monitored every three to six months for the past few years. The PULS test, or Protein Unstable Lesion Signature test, measures the protein biomarkers in the body that indicate if the immune system has recently responded to arterial injuries such as reduced blood flow, myocarditis, pericarditis and heart attacks.
The study was conducted on a group of 500 patients who were vaccinated with the mRNA vaccines. It found higher counts of blood markers, suggesting that the patients were experiencing heart complications.
The study further found that these risk increases continued to be present 2.5 months after the patients received the second dose of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.
The tests indicated that the five-year risk of a heart attack or other heart complication among the patients more than doubled from 11 percent to 25 percent. This represents a 127 percent increase in the risk of suffering a heart attack within five years after getting vaccinated.
This is not the only study to have observed a connection between the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines and heart complications.
In Sweden, Iceland, Finland and Denmark, Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine was halted for distribution for people under 30 because of the high prevalence of heart complications among those who received this vaccine.
In Taiwan, young adults and eligible teenagers were prevented from receiving the second dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine due to similar heart complications. The country found that the chances of being hospitalized for COVID-19 are significantly less than being hospitalized for heart complications caused by the Pfizer vaccine.
Study could explain thousands of “non-COVID deaths” due to heart attacks
Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a cardiologist working in the United Kingdom, pointed out that there have been around 10,000 excess deaths recorded in the country. These deaths are supposedly not related to COVID-19, but many of them are due to heart attacks and strokes.
Malhotra said that if the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine is increasing the risk of heart attacks, then this would explain at least some of the excess deaths. (Related: More young athletes being injured or KILLED by the covid vaccine… disturbing trend accelerates as spike proteins devastate heart cells.)
Malhotra’s suspicions were confirmed when a medical researcher whistleblower contacted him to say that imaging studies proved that the vaccines cause inflammation in the coronary arteries.
This whistleblower mentioned that they do not want to publish the results of the study yet because of fears of backlash from the medical community and the potential to lose opportunities to obtain grant money for future studies from the pharmaceutical industry.
The cardiologist also cited another study that used a test similar to the one conducted by the AHA researchers to predict the risk of heart attacks in their patients. This study found that the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines “dramatically increase inflammation on the endothelium and T cell infiltration of cardiac muscle.” The study suggests that the mRNA vaccines “may account for the observations of increased thrombosis, cardiomyopathy and other vascular events following vaccination.”
Malhotra have also heard multiple testimonials from healthcare workers in the U.K., saying that they have seen a surge in heart attacks – especially among younger people.
The overwhelming amount of data proves that more and more younger adults in the U.K. are coming down with blood clots, myocarditis and other heart complications after getting vaccinated for COVID-19.
In the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is maintaining that the vaccines are safe, effective and essential in stopping the spread of COVID-19 despite the overwhelming evidence that the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are not protecting people and are actually aiding in their premature deaths.
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