The study, conducted in Germany, suggests that the spike proteins previously alleged to result from potentially deadly mRNA vaccines do, in fact, begin to form in the heart a mere two days after vaccination.
The study was reviewed by noted COVID vaccine skeptic Peter McCullough—a leading internist, cardiologist and epidemiologist, who has published over 1,000 research reports.
According to McCullough, the findings of the study may help explain the cardiac symptoms that appear to frequently result from vaccination.
The findings support both the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac events following mRNA-based COVID vaccination,” the authors wrote.
One of the most frequent symptoms has been myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, which the mainstream medical industry has attempted to portray as a common childhood illness, despite its having little prevalence until 2021.
Nonetheless, the research suggests that, rather than mycarditis, cardiomyopathy may be a condition more likely to result from the deadly jabs.
According to the report, cardiomyopathy causes heart muscles to becomes “structurally and functionally abnormal,” even outside of the presence of other heart diseases, whereas myocarditis damages the tissue.
“Myocarditis will present with a dilated heart and patients having trouble breathing and heart failure,” McCullough said.
“What we’re seeing with vaccines is not heart failure,” he added. “It’s actually cardiac arrest, which is primarily an electrical [signaling] problem.”
Whatever the specific and immediate cause of the various deaths, the federal government has gone out of its way to conceal what may be deaths caused as a result of the mRNA jabs, which the Biden administration, at one time, made mandatory for many segments of the population in order to remain employed.