We reported some time ago about how a vaccine lab contracted with the Johnson & Johnson company was shut down for health reasons. The so-called factory was too small to produce vaccines on the scale proposed. The building was filthy with paint peeling off the walls and garbage strewn about the place. This was just one of multiple such stories about vaccines being rushed to market in substandard conditions.
At the same time, reports about vaccine-related injuries continue to rise as the corporate media continues to fail to report on them.
Another such story comes from Connecticut in recent days, where a mother reports that her teenage son was diagnosed with a heart condition just days after being given the COVID vaccine. The mother, Rachel Halton, told local news that her son was complaining of severe chest pain just three days after being given his second dose of the vaccine. On the fourth day, he started experiencing severe back pain as well.
Rachel took her son to a walk-in clinic where he was diagnosed with pericarditis, a condition typified by the swelling of the outer lining of the heart. After that, he was sent to two separate hospitals in an effort to find the source of his condition.
The health officials tested him for infections that could cause the disease, but everything came back negative. Bear in mind that this is a common experience for people seeking a medical diagnosis for sudden illness. Medical bills rise meteorically as one specialist after another fails to find the source of the problem or a workable solution.
What she wasn’t being told was that 18 other teens had recently experienced similar effects and symptoms in Connecticut just days after being given the COVID vaccine, according to the Connecticut Dept. of Public Health.
Halton has been sleep-deprived due to fear over her son’s health. She told reporters, “If I hear my son sneeze or if he sounds like he’s out of breath when I call him on my break at work, I get nervous because I just don’t know what else could happen. He basically has a heart condition now and it’s terrifying.”
She said that she feels compelled to share her story so that others can be alerted to the potential dangers of these vaccines which have been produced in a fraction of the time it normally takes to produce a vaccine.
Even vaccines that go through the proper years-long process of testing and approval, ill health effects are a serious concern, especially in the first two years after it is brought to market.
Today, it has come to light that the CDC is looking into the potential link between heart conditions and the vaccines. Halton reflects on how she should have been told about these concerns beforehand. It could have saved her son from developing a heart condition that is likely to reduce his quality of life as well as his life expectancy.