Army Admits Jab Caused Soldier's Heart Condition

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It will take years for the full story to come out about the disastrous policies forced on the American people during the pandemic, but at least the process has begun. 


The hearings in Congress have been a good start to the process, despite the fact that Democrats have been flying cover for the public health establishment. There have also been a series of scientific studies showing that vaccine injuries and non-pharmaceutical interventions caused millions of deaths. 

But official acknowledgments have been few and far between, so far. Everybody has been covering their own butts.

Will the dam break? Perhaps, perhaps not. But one good sign is that the Army is beginning to acknowledge that its vaccine policy did permanently damage some soldiers. 

Catherine Herridge, late of CBS and Fox News, and scourge of government bureaucrats who routinely lie, is releasing a new investigation on Twitter/X on vaccine injuries. The first installment focuses on Karoline Stancik's successful fight to get the Army to acknowledge that her heart condition was caused by the jab that the Army mandated that soldiers get. 


After her heart condition developed she was separated from the Army, lost her pay and healthcare benefits, and due to her heart condition (which caused fainting and resulted in heart attacks) was unable to get a job. 

The Army finally acknowledged it after Karoline faced tens of thousands of uncovered healthcare costs. It took over two years of fighting the bureaucracy, but Army Human Resources acknowledged Karoline's heart condition was caused by the jab and that her injuries were a result of actions taken in the line of duty. 

This is huge, both for her and for other soldiers facing similar circumstances. She is now eligible for benefits that will among other things, cover her healthcare costs. 

Mandating the vaccines for soldiers was always a terrible idea. The population covered was never at serious risk from COVID and the vaccine was known to cause potentially deadly side effects, especially in younger people. The decision to mandate the vaccine was political and not based on readiness or health concerns, and no doubt contributed to the recruiting difficulties the military now faces. 

Will Karoline's winning the battle for acknowledging that her injuries occurred in the line of duty open the floodgates for others making similar claims? It is impossible to say right now, especially given that there is such a wide variety of potential side effects that linger but are not so obviously linked to the vaccine. 


But we can hope. 

At least the Biden Administration is now covering transgender surgeries, though, so at least they have some of their priorities straight. 

It's good to see that Catherine Herridge is back doing investigative reporting, and I wish her luck in carving out a career on Twitter where she will not face pressure to conform and censorship of her work. 

As the mainstream media collapses in on itself, the best reporters are developing audiences who produce excellent work. Unfortunately, fewer people will see their work, increasing the information divide between those who still watch the MSM and those who seek a wider range of reporters. 

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