7News reporter Denham Hitchcock Calls on gov. to ‘keep promise’ and open borders following vaccine injury.
Source: Adan Salazar
An Australian reporter hospitalized after suffering a case of heart inflammation following a Pfizer Covid-19 injection still went on to promote the vaccine.
In a social media post, 7News investigative journalist Denham Hitchcock documented how his heart behaved abnormally about two weeks after the jab.
The veteran news reporter was adamant that despite his story, which reflects negatively on the Covid vaccine, he’s not one of those loony “anti-vaxxers,” but said he sees no way around most people being jabbed in order to lift the perpetual lockdown. View this post on Instagram
“Disclaimer first – I’m NOT anti vax. But I’m really not pro vax either. I’m pro choice – and pro information to make that choice,” Hitchcock explained, adding, “above all I’m PRO opening the bloody country up and to do that I don’t see any way around getting the majority of Australia vaccinated.”
According to Hitchcock, the health complications started almost two weeks after his first jab.
“The first week was like any vaccine. Feeling off. But nearing the end of the second week my heart started to race, I was getting pins and needles in the arms, extreme fatigue and a very strange sensation of dizziness.”
When adverse reactions persisted into a third week, Hitchcock knew something was up.
“By the end of the third week i was getting steadily worse – sharp chest pain – cold shivers and chills – and the dizziness was intense,” he wrote.
After 25 days, he finally went to the hospital where doctors diagnosed him with having heart inflammation, or pericarditis.
“25 days after the shot and probably a little late to hospital – but here I am – diagnosed with pericarditis – or inflammation of the heart due to the Pfizer vaccine,” Hitchcock wrote.
Hitchcock says he spoke with physicians in other hospitals who related having similar experiences with patients, saying, “One hospital has had well over a dozen cases like me.”
Despite the terrible experience with the vaccine, the deluded reporter went on to tell Australians they should consider the AstraZeneca shot rather than Pfizer, even though that shot has been blamed for causing deadly blood clots.
“In the current vaccine frenzy, no one is talking about this but it’s clearly happening – and if you want the vaccine and have any heart history it would be worth talking to your GP about your vaccine choice, especially as AZ is readily available and does not have this side effect.”
The icing on the cake is Hitchcock actually believes the Australian government, one of the most ruthlessly authoritarian in terms of Covid enforcement, could keep its promise to ease travel restrictions.
“If you don’t want the vaccine – i don’t have a problem with that either – but life and travel will get difficult for you. The only thing for me that’s dead certain – if they don’t open Australia up when we reach their milestone of 70% – then there will be a lot more people marching in the street. You want the trust ? Keep your damn promise.”
The news comes as the US Food and Drug Administration granted full approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA injection earlier this week.