Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo continues to call out Big Pharma for its dubious COVID-19 vaccines, as the public learns more and more that Twitter censored those who challenged the Faucistas.
As The Florida Standard reported Thursday, Ladapo and Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis both continued in recent days to challenge the narrative about the safety of the mRNA vaccines manufactured by Pfizer and Moderna.
The Free Press reported in October that Ladapo cautioned men 18-39 about getting those vaccines. A department review of death certificates showed an increase in heart disease in that demographic following the jab.
Last month, an Australian cardiologist also recommended young men not get the shots for the same reason.
On Tuesday, Ladapo highlighted on Twitter a study published in the Journal of Medical Ethics that showed COVID-19 vaccine mandates at universities for people under 30 “are likely to cause net expected harms to young healthy adults.”
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Researchers determined that for each hospitalization “averted” by a vaccine, they found roughly 18.5 “serious adverse events (SAE) such as myocarditis, which is more common in young males.” These SAEs created “net expected net harm from [COVID] boosters in this young adult age group, whereby the negative outcomes of all SAEs and hospitalizations may on average outweigh the expected benefits in terms of COVID-19 hospitalizations averted.” In other words, the drawbacks of vaccinating are not “outweighed by a proportionate public health benefit.”
On Thursday, Ladapo tweeted a clip from a forum hosted by Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin about the latest COVID-19 science. The clip featured a comment by Dr. Kirk Milhoan, a cardiologist, who said the research indicated the mRNA vaccines were creating a “cardiotoxin,” especially among young men.
“Thank you, @SenRonJohnson, for your dedication. Adverse effects of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines should be addressed with scientifically appropriate attention rather than the see-no-evil attitude from the FDA and CDC. Pure propaganda,” Ladapo commented in the tweet.
The Standard pointed out that Gov. DeSantis also discussed the vaccines during an event last weekend.
“We are going to work to, you know, hold these manufacturers accountable for this mRNA. Because they said there were no side effects, and we know that there have been – a lot,” said DeSantis, citing the Health Department study.
“We’re going to be doing some stuff to bring accountability there,” DeSantis added.