Reuters ‘Fact Checkers’ Forced to Admit That 1 in 6 Teens Develop Heart Problems after COVID Jab

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Reuters fact-check proves that teens suffer heart problems as a result of COVID jabs

One of Facebook’s fact-checkers tasked with censoring online content has been forced to admit that COVID jabs cause heart problems in teenagers.

Fact-checker and news organization Reuters has taken its role as a propaganda arm of the Democratic Party to dizzying new heights with its latest “fact check.”

Social media posts that had accurately claimed a Thailand study showed heart problems developing in one third of teens who took the Covid jabs were censored and marked as “false” by Reuters.

Reuters claimed in its fact-check that it was “only” 1 in 6 teens who, after taking the Covid jabs, developed “temporary heart rhythm changes.” reports: I don’t think this was as reassuring as they’d hoped.

In reality, many who read this news will not comprehend the math well enough to realize that one in six teens developing heart issues of any sort is absolutely enormous. This is a bombshell framed in a “debunking.”

If you haven’t been jabbed, don’t. If you’ve been jabbed and you’re considering getting boosted, don’t. If you’ve been jabbed and boosted already, follow Dr. Sherri Tenpenny’s advice and pray for forgiveness.