In a video interview, McCullough explained that before Big Pharma started pushing the COVID-19 vaccines, athletes who suddenly died were usually diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (an abnormal thickening of the heart) or premature heart blockage.
However, athletes are now being thoroughly screened to rule out those conditions. McCullough also said that peer-reviewed literature has revealed that the coronavirus can cause myocarditis.
According to a U.K. study, at least 100 fatal cases of myocarditis were linked to the COVID-19 vaccine.
McCullough also referenced a case report published in the journal Archives of Pathology that discovered a link between the second dose of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine and myocarditis in two adolescents.
In one case report by South Korean researchers, they reported the autopsy findings of a 22-year-old man who developed chest pain five days after receiving his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine. The man died seven hours later.
McCullough explained that if someone dies and the victim's family or doctors don't say anything, it’s reasonable to assume that the death may be linked to the COVID-19 vaccine until proven otherwise.
He added that as a cardiologist and scientist, his goal isn't to scare the public. He considers his advice as "more of a public warning" because there is a "strong signal for sudden death that's almost certainly due to subclinical or clinical myocarditis."
The two emerging patterns of "sudden death" are that it usually happens during a cardio-intensive sporting event or during sleep. During both cases, the patient experiences a surge of adrenaline that helps their body naturally during these periods.
However, adrenaline also seems to be a trigger for the arrhythmias.
The natural biochemical change toward the end of the sleep cycle signals your body to wake up, added McCullough. Similarly, catecholamines, the hormones produced by the adrenal glands, are released in response to physical exertion or emotional stress.
Catecholamines can stress your heart and cause it to beat arrhythmically. Unfortunately, if there is also inflammation and scarring, the mechanism can cause death.
McCullough said this suggests that the COVID-19 vaccine may be linked to these cases of sudden death. (Related: Dr. Peter McCullough: One COVID vaccine death is too many.)
McCullough said that coronavirus vaccines "have surpassed any guardrails for safety" so they all need to be pulled off the market and that vaccine mandates must be rescinded.
He also highlighted the fact that in many news stories of sudden deaths, the vaccine status isn't reported. He encouraged the victim's families to help by indicating if they did or didn't take COVID-19 vaccines prior to their deaths.
He referenced one case involving the 17-year-old daughter of Illinois Rep. Sean Casten who died in her sleep this June.
While Casten indicated in a Twitter post before her death that his daughter had been fully vaccinated, the family released a statement saying, "We don’t know what caused the arrhythmia, and likely never will."
Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a top London cardiologist who was one of the first to take the COVID-19 vaccine and promote it on British television, is now warning his colleagues and the public that he has evidence linking "sudden deaths" to the vaccines.
Malhotra posted a video on Twitter that the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine is possibly the "primary cause in all unexpected cardiac arrests, heart attacks, strokes, cardiac arrhythmias and heart failure since 2021, until proven otherwise."
Last October, Malhotra urged for a suspension of the COVID-19 vaccines because a scientific paper has found that there is evidence the risk of harm is greater than any benefits from the vaccines.
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Watch the video below as Dr. Peter McCullough talks about the skyrocketing cases of myocarditis in children who received the COVID-19 vaccine.
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