Powered by Topple

Mountain bike legend Kyle Warner posts crushing video on incivility over ‘career-ending’ vaccine side effects

Powered by Topple

CHECK OUT WeThePeople.store and WeThePeople.wine for holiday gifts and awesome snarky swag!

Kyle Warner, who is a 29-year-old mountain bike racing champion, claims his career is now over after contracting pericarditis, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), and arthritis following his second dose of the Pfizer COVID vaccine.

He posted a video to Instagram where he tearfully lays out how he has lost friends and family after coming forward over the side effects of the vaccine. He can be seen struggling to contain himself and is not dealing well with what has happened after he submitted to the jab.

“As soon as they injected it, I had a weird metallic saline taste in my mouth. I asked the guy, ‘Is that normal?’ and he said no, they don’t hear of that much. The fact that the clinician doesn’t recognize that a metallic taste in the mouth could be a sign of an inadvertent intravascular administration concerns me because what happens is if the vaccine goes into your muscle, then it stays in your muscle, and it’s going to take half an hour to be systemically absorbed at all, or much longer than that. But if it goes into a vessel, you get a metallic taste straight away …The fact that you could taste that straight away is, to me, very suspicious of them inadvertently giving that into a blood vessel … Basically, you’re having the inflammatory reaction in your heart and in your joints instead of in your arm,” Warner said according to The Defender.

Around two weeks after the second shot, Warner experienced an extremely elevated heart rate. He visited an ER where a doctor refused to believe it was an adverse reaction to the vaccine and instead blamed it on a “psychotic episode.”

Warner proceeded to go to another hospital because he was having more heart trouble. He was referred to a cardiologist who diagnosed him with pericarditis, an inflammation of the outer lining of the heart.

In the video below, Warner tearfully talked about being “hated so much” because he has been vocal about the adverse affects of the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I don’t know how the toxicity of people has become worse than the disease,” he said.

 

Still incredibly ill, he believes that because of the side effects and his physical condition his career is now over.

Accompanying the full video of Warner’s explanation concerning what has befallen him, he wrote a lengthy caption, “Sorry for all the emotion but i think I finally broke today and I wanted to share this message and then take time off for a while,” he began. “It feels so weird being one of the misfit toys…”

“Just because this is an uncomfortable conversation doesn’t mean we should ignore it. I’ve had over a thousand people reach out to me that are fighting the same battle right now. People that were all pro vax enough to take the shots and people that are now considered conspiracy theorists or nut jobs due to their reactions,” Warner continued.

“I’ve never tried to say anything but my own personal experience and story in hopes of informing others that this is real, and helping people in the same situation understand a few things they could troubleshoot with their doctors to try and get some treatments. I’ve had over 20 doctor and hospital visits since July and if I could share my experience with people and save them some time, it felt worth the risk of being attacked,” he added.

“I know it’s helped a ton of people so far who have reached out personally, but by being the tip of the spear I’ve just taken too much damage for right now. I’m sorry for anyone I let down but this constant assault of my character and integrity isn’t sustainable mentally or emotionally while I’m trying to heal. Maybe if I was feeling a hundred percent I could handle it but I felt like I stepped backwards the past few days and it’s been extremely tough,” the young athlete asserted.

“I’m hoping I can take a few months away from everything to just work on my health with my new doctor. I just want to say thank you to April, my mom, brother, sister in law and sponsors for standing with me during this whole time. They know all I’ve ever wanted to do is help. I’m so lucky to have a support group that truly has my back, but I know others don’t have the same luxury and that breaks my heart,” he said.

“I will be back, and hopefully healthy but it’s gonna take some time. I love all you good people who care for others too ❤️ thanks for your understanding and support,” Warner concluded. “Edit: also this was not meant to scare anyone in any way, I love and appreciate all of you and just wanted to share some of the real emotion of what it’s like to be caught in the crossfire of what’s going on in the world.”

Here is the full video from his account:

 

View this post on Instagram

 

A post shared by Kyle Warner (@kylewarnermtb)

Warner was also one of 20 people that were invited to speak at a press conference in Washington, DC that was organized by Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., along with doctors, scientists, and people with adverse reactions to the vaccine. Sen. Johnson also invited Dr. Fauci, the CDC director, the NIH director, the FDA director, the CEO of Pfizer, the CEO of Moderna, and state representatives but none of them attended the event.

(Video Credit: Concerned Doctors)

Comments

Latest Articles