THE first COVID shot administered in the United States happened back in December 2020 – seems like a lifetime ago, doesn’t it? Almost immediately, public health officials began pushing the message that widespread administration of COVID jabs was the only way to end the pandemic.
But despite reasonable concerns over adverse events – many of which would be discovered only after mass injections began, as predicted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – few in the public health sphere seemed to express any hesitancy over administering this drug to just about anyone. “It’s alarming,” a leading cardiologist said in a recently published interview available now on Rumble.com.
These are the people who should avoid the COVID jabs, according to cardiologist and Chief of Medicine at major Texas university Dr. Peter McCullough is a consultant cardiologist, professor of Medicine and vice chief of Medicine at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX. He’s been a strong and routinely silenced voice in the informed consent community during this pandemic and has recently expressed his concerns over the widespread administration of COVID shots.
In his professional opinion, groups of people who should NOT get the jab include: Pregnant and lactating women; people who have previously had COVID-19; and a nyone who was explicitly excluded from the clinical drug trials (including older adults).
Aside from the lack of long-term data regarding the safety and effectiveness of these drugs, Dr. McCullough also points to his concerns over the drugs’ short-term effects.
Recent studies reveal that the COVID spike protein (which helps the coronavirus get into the cell) causes damage to the human body. Yet, this spike protein is exactly what jab recipients’ bodies are instructed to make after getting their experimental mRNA shots. (The response from public health officials and fact-checkers: the spike protein produced by COVID shots is not harmful, but the spike protein produced by SARS-CoV-2 is.)
These aren’t Dr. McCullough’s only points of contention with this highly controversial drug.
So, is there anyone who should not get the COVID jab according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)?
Here’s who they advise against the shot in Pfizer‘s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) fact sheet: People who have had a severe allergic reaction after a previous dose of the drug; people who have had a severe allergic reaction to any ingredient of the drug; as for pregnant and breastfeeding women, women planning to become pregnant, people who are immunocompromised, people with bleeding disorders/on blood thinners, people with “any allergies,” and anyone who have “ever fainted in association with an injection,” the FDA states that they should first alert their injection providers about these and any other medical conditions.
The question is: IS this actually happening? When exactly did the media tell millions of Americans to alert their providers about all their medical conditions before rolling up their sleeves?
Remember: choosing to get the COVID shot is a personal choice, and as of this writing, these jabs are still experimental and unapproved medical products.
And since the clinical trials from Pfizer and Moderna were unblinded, meaning those in the control group were allowed to receive the jab, it also remains to be seen just how much clarity we will get about these drugs’ safety even if they eventually receive FDA approval.
By Sara Middleton, Staff Writer NaturalHealth365