Florida Surgeon General Warns Risk of 'Cardiac Injury' with New Covid Jab

Florida Surgeon General Warns Risk of 'Cardiac Injury' with New Covid Jab

Chris Nelson
Chris Nelson
September 12, 2023

Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo is warning of the potential dangers of a new COVID-19 mRNA vaccine just as the FDA has given their approval.

"There's a new vaccine that's coming around the corner. A new mRNA COVID-19 vaccine and there is essentially no evidence for it," said Ladapo at a press conference in Jacksonville last week with Governor Ron DeSantis. "There has been no clinical trial done in human beings showing that it benefits people. There has been no clinical trial showing it is a safe product for people."

"The FDA is confident in the safety and effectiveness of these updated vaccines," the FDA wrote in a press release yesterday in regard to the new booster shot.

Instead of pointing to new clinical trials, the FDA sites the risk-profile of previous COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.

"The benefit-risk profile of previously authorized and approved mRNA COVID-19 vaccines is well understood as these vaccines have been administered to hundreds of millions of people in the United States," the FDA wrote in their press release.

Screen shot from FDA press release about new Covid-19 booster.

Ladapo is not convinced.

"There are a lot of red flags," said Ladapo. "There are multiple studies from around the world: Brazil, Australia, the United States that show that over time these mRNA Covid-19 products actually increase your chances of contracting Covid-19. That's not normal."

Ladapo warned to not make any decisions you are uncomfortable with, no matter what anyone says.

"Unfortunately you are going to have people who are going to get on television and try to explain why you should be comfortable with that," said Ladapo. "That you should be comfortable with taking a product that ultimately, like its predecessors, increases your chance of contracting something."

"Omicron booster released last year was not tested on humans. Only mice," posted Kyle Lamb, who works in research for the DeSantis campaign. "Because this one, also not tested in clinical trials, had 'similar' neutralization, they say it "suggests" it's fine because previous benefit-risk was "well understood."

Ladapo warned of increased cardiac injury associated with mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

"They actually cause cardiac injury in many people," said Ladapo. "It is beyond myocarditis. Its clinical significance is unknown. It is unsafe and it is truly irresponsible for FDA, CDC and others to be championing something like that when we don't know the implications of it."

Deltona resident Lindsey Briones, 35, spoke after Ladapo about her experience with the Pfizer COVID-19 shot, saying she developed Supraventricular tachycardia as a result of the vaccine.

"In August of 2021 I took one Pfizer COVID-19 shot," said Briones. "Within a few hours my heart began racing so fast I could not catch my breath. I went to a hospital where I was told I was having a severe reaction to the vaccine."

Briones said she had to have a defibrillator inserted into her chest to keep her heart beating correctly due to her vaccine injury. Briones says the condition is expected to plague her for the rest of her life and the defibrillator cost $350,000. Briones said her life is forever altered and she fears retribution for speaking out about her condition.

"This is a lifelong battle. I am exhausted. I no longer enjoy my life," said Briones. "I will never be able ride a rollercoaster again which is one of my favorite pastimes. I will never be able to live a normal life again. I am not anti-vaccine. I am anti-COVID vaccine based solely on my own life experience."

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Chris Nelson

Chris Nelson

Chris Nelson is a videographer and investigative reporter based in Fort Lauderdale. Chris covers breaking news, and local and state politics, and focuses on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. His work has been cited on Fox News and Epoch Times.

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