The COVID World post date: October 10th, 2021
BOISE, IDAHO – A professional mountain biker developed several health problems shortly after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Kyle Warner got his shot in June. He experienced multiple symptoms shortly afterward. He was hospitalized on Tuesday, July 13th with heart issues. He was released but was then hospitalized again with a “heart attack symptom”. He was eventually diagnosed with pericarditis and POTS.
Kyle recently revealed the news in a video on Youtube. “The second thing (besides pericarditis) that I’ve been dealing with this whole time has been, something called POTS (Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome). I got that diagnosed the other day at the cardiologist’s office, and what was really hard is that he (the cardiologist) kinda told me that, you know, ‘we’re not sure how to treat it’.
Then when he told me ‘it could be 12-18 months to heal from this’, I was just kinda shocked. I came home and broke down crying, mostly out of frustration. Frustration that there’s not really a clear path forward. I think that’s been the hardest thing with this whole thing.” Kyle also mentioned that he’s been suffering from severe joint pain as a result of the medication he’s been put on.
A small part from Kyle’s full vaccine-injury testimony:
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