Kyle Warner - 29 Year Old Professional Mountain Biker With Life Altering Vaccine Injuries After Pfizer COVID Shot

Kyle Warner, a 29 year old professional mountain bike racer and 3 time National Champion, has developed pericarditis, POTS, and reactive arthritis following his second dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine.

 

Per a Children's Health Defense article, this is Kyle's story:

 

  • About two weeks after his second Pfizer dose in June, Warner experienced extremely elevated heart rates; an ER doctor refused to believe it was an adverse reaction to the jab and instead blamed it on a “psychotic episode.”

 

  • After visiting another hospital due to more heart trouble, Warner was referred to a cardiologist who diagnosed him with pericarditis, an inflammation of the outer lining of the heart.
  • For four months now, Warner has been so ill that he hasn’t been able to work or ride a bike — even mental exertion can cause him to relapse physically.
  • At the Real, Not Rare rally held in Washington, D.C., Warner spoke before politicians to make a difference in the support level for vaccine-injured people — which is nonexistent in the U.S. — and voice opposition to vaccine mandates. “I believe where there is risk, there needs to be choice,” he said.

 

His video is below.

Days after being sent home from the ER, Warner again had problems with his heart — this time, a strong squeezing sensation along with cramping and burning. He went to a different hospital where they took his concern seriously, said it could be myocarditis — an inflammation of the heart muscle — and referred him to a cardiologist.

 

It’s since been recognized that myocarditis and pericarditis, inflammation of the outer lining of the heart, are occurring after COVID-19 shots, most often after the second dose in male adolescents and young adults. The cardiologist diagnosed Warner with pericarditis along with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) and reactive arthritis.

 

POTS is a blood circulation disorder that affects the autonomic nervous system and can be triggered by injections, including mRNA COVID-19 shots. One of the key symptoms of POTS is a significant increase in heart rate when a person stands up, and the elevated heart rate remains elevated for a longer than normal period. Fatigue, nausea, dizziness, heart palpitations and exercise intolerance can also occur.

 

As a professional biker, Warner has had his share of injuries, although prior to the shot he wasn’t in any pain and all of his injuries had healed. After the second dose of the jab, however, he felt like all of his old injuries were reactivated and became painful again. His wrists, for instance, became so painful that he couldn’t put his seatbelt on.

For four months now, Warner has been so ill that he hasn’t been able to work. Even mental exertion can cause him to relapse physically. When he has a “good” day and overdoes it, he ends up in pain again for the next few days. Even reading too much makes him feel drained.

 

While his symptoms of pericarditis have cleared, he’s still struggling with the symptoms of reactive arthritis and POTS, which can last for 12 to 18 months or more. And Warner, being very fit and accustomed to listening to his body, caught the problem early — many others may not.

 

Part of Kyle's interview explaining his symptoms is below.

Warner had to fill out his own report to VAERS because no doctor would do it for him. It took him 45 minutes to complete — a length of time that many doctors can’t or won’t devote when it comes to reporting adverse vaccine reactions seen among their patients.

 

This is Kyle's Testimony in Washington DC.

 

NOVEMBER 8, 2021 UPDATE:

"Thanks to everyone that has been supportive and understanding of me speaking out on this issue. Many of you know me as a pretty reasonable and caring guy and I never intended to be a part of this whole conversation.

However after my experience this summer, and listening to literally thousands of similar stories I feel like I need to stand up for the people who either cannot, or don’t have access to the same platform.

It’s not political, it’s personal. I want the best for the world and for humanity and it breaks my heart to see people suffering in any way. This past week in DC shook my view of the world drastically, and it made me realize how much we as average human beings need to come together and advocate for one another. Please listen to my message before judging or labeling. I’m just a dude who cares about others and wants the government to acknowledge and support what’s actually happening ❤️"

 

Kyle continues to share his story on his Instagram Page.

 

Story Reported by Children's Health Defense & Mercola.

 

Watch this video of Kyle doing what he does, video from his Instagram page, March 16, 2020: