MSNBC Anchor Rushed to Hospital with Myocarditis and Pericarditis, Media Blames the Common Cold
Media blames the common cold for vaccine side effects.
MSNBC anchor Yasmin Vossoughian revealed a doctor misdiagnosed her heart problems as acid reflux. The anchor went on to say that later she was diagnosed with myocarditis and pericarditis.
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The journalist told Insider that she blames herself for not listening to her body more closely, which might have contributed to the initial misdiagnosis.
Yasmin had to be rushed to the hospital to have fluid drained from around her heart the very next day after she was told by a doctor that she only had acid reflux.
The mainstream media immediately jumped on the case and started to blame the common cold for her problems and tried to pull cover for the big pharma monsters that mostly fund their operations.
Unfortunately for the Anchor, she probably was forced to be vaccinated to keep her job which would later most likely cause most of her heart problems.
“After experiencing chest pain for nearly two weeks, Vossoughian, an weekend MSNBC news anchor, was rushed to the hospital on New Years Eve and diagnosed with pericarditis, a condition in which causes thin tissue surrounding the heart to become inflamed. Causes of pericarditis are hard to determine, but include inflammation disorders and, as in Vossoughian's case, infections like the cold.” -
Not a single time did MSNBC mention the COVID vaccine as a possible cause for her heart problems even though the CDC admits the vaccine can cause both conditions.