CHICAGO — We repeat this in almost every article. Pfizer has 22 active clinical trials for its experimental COVID-19 mRNA shot, according to ClinicalTrials.gov. Moderna has 16 active clinical trials for its experimental mRNA shot. Some of said trials are ongoing through 2024 and beyond. Thus both companies are documenting short and long-term effects of these shots in real-time via millions of unwitting, unpaid volunteers. The COVID Blog is doing the same thing. Unfortunately a young, promising doctor is now a statistic.
Dr. Joshimar Henry was a resident doctor in the PGY1 program (pharmacy) at Humboldt Park Health in Chicago, according to his Facebook page. He was among the first Chicago residents to get the first dose of Pfizer’s experimental mRNA shot on December 15, 2020. The surreal, creepy video of the event features a presenter calling the shot recipients “the lucky ones,” followed by rounds of applause after each shot.
Dr. Henry received his second shot on January 6.
He said in a Facebook post that he understands people’s hesitancy. But he made his decision after “some research.”
Details are scant from that point. But judging from his Facebook timeline, life was fine. He was a big-time soccer fan and involved with social justice issues. In fact he posted a video clip from Chicago Southside Pick-Up Soccer on April 2. He was dead on April 3.
Reaction and aftermath
Dr. Henry was originally from the east Caribbean island of Saint Lucia. He earned his medical degree from Spartan Health Sciences University in Saint Lucia. His father was Joachim Henry, a Saint Lucia politician. Heather Morales, also a doctor, was his wife.
All of the foregoing is important because healthy, young, happy men don’t just drop dead. Maybe 1 in 50,000 sudden cardiac deaths per year are people under age 35, according to the Mayo Clinic. Strokes, another sudden cause of death, are extremely rare for people under 40, let alone 30.
Mortality rates positively correlate with body mass. You’re essentially immune from COVID-19 death and hospitalization if you’re under age 40 and a healthy weight. The CDC even admitted that nearly 80% of all COVID-19 hospitalizations were overweight and obese people.
Dr. Henry was not obese or overweight. The young man was trucking along fine, living what appears to be a good life. The one indisputable fact is that he received two experimental mRNA shots three months prior to his death. A GoFundMe page is collecting funds in his memory.
Mainstream media refer to the fact that synthetic mRNA changes your genetic makeup as “disinformation.” But Moderna Chief Medical Officer Tal Zaks not only calls the Moderna mRNA shot an “operating system,” but also talks about how it “chang[es] lines of code” in human genes.