Aunt Claims Healthy 13-Year-Old Nephew Died 3 Days After Pfizer COVID Vaccine

“If Jacob had not received the 2nd shot, we believe he would be alive today.”

Source: Kelen McBreen

The woman tagged the CDC and asked them to investigate the death of her nephew, Jacob Clynick.

“There have been other cases of myocarditis in young men receiving their 2nd @pfizer shot,” she wrote. “Have others died from it in the United States or is my nephew the first? I think parents should be warned of the risk.”

The concerned aunt even said she still believes “the vaccine is saving millions of lives.”

“But should any innocent child be a sacrificial lamb in this endeavor?” she asked. “There are moral, ethical and health questions that need to be answered. If Jacob had not received the 2nd shot, we believe he would be alive today.”

The CDC recently called for an “emergency meeting” following a high number of reports of myocarditis, or heart inflammation, in people vaccinated with the Pfizer or Moderna Covid-19 vaccines.

Also, according to Dr. Byram Bridle, new peer-reviewed studies suggest there may be terrifying reasons side effects such as heart inflammation, VITT, and other serious issues may occur in those who have received the COVID-19 shot.

Learn more information by watching the following interview with Dr. Bridle.

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