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Are COVID-19 Vaccines Causing Myocarditis Surge Among US Troops?

Well, well, well, who would have thought that COVID-19 vaccines could be the not-so-secret ingredient behind a sudden surge in myocarditis cases among our brave US service members? It’s almost like we’re playing a game of medical Russian roulette, but hey, who doesn’t love a little adrenaline rush with their vaccination? Strap in, folks; we’re on an adventure to discover whether it’s the virus, the vaccine, or just the universe messing with our hearts. Stay tuned, because this rollercoaster ride isn’t over yet! Insert eye roll here.

In 2021, the United States witnessed a concerning surge in cases of myocarditis among its service members following the widespread administration of COVID-19 vaccines. Gilbert Cisneros Jr., the undersecretary of defense for personnel and readiness, confirmed this distressing data, which revealed a 151 percent increase in myocarditis cases compared to the average from 2016 to 2020. This article delves into the implications of these findings and explores the link between COVID-19 vaccination and myocarditis.

The Alarming Rise in Myocarditis Cases

According to the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database, a total of 275 cases of myocarditis were reported among US service members in 2021. Myocarditis, characterized by heart inflammation, can have severe consequences, including sudden death. Disturbingly, COVID-19 vaccines were identified as a potential cause of this condition, raising concerns about their safety.

Measuring Risk: Infection vs. Vaccination

Gilbert Cisneros Jr. presented the rate of myocarditis cases per 100,000 person-years as a measure of risk over time. Surprisingly, the data indicated that the rate was significantly higher among individuals with a prior COVID-19 infection (69.8) than among those who had been vaccinated (21.7). This finding prompted speculation that COVID-19 infection, rather than vaccination, could be the primary cause of the increased myocarditis cases.

Senator’s Inquiry and Lack of Clarity

In light of the unsettling data, Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) undertook an investigation into the Defense Medical Epidemiology Database. He raised questions about how the military derived the figures and whether they accounted for service members who had both prior COVID-19 infections and received vaccinations. Unfortunately, the Department of Defense (DOD) officials did not respond to requests for clarification, leaving the matter unresolved.

Expert Analysis on COVID-19 Vaccination and Myocarditis

Dr. Peter McCullough, a prominent cardiologist, and president of the McCullough Foundation examined the disclosed data. His assessment pointed towards the COVID-19 vaccinations as the likely cause for the surge in myocarditis cases within the military in 2021. He cited a study from Israel that found no such increase in myocarditis cases among COVID-19 patients. While some studies have linked COVID-19 vaccines to an increased risk of myocarditis, it is important to note that COVID-19 itself has been associated with this condition, indicating the complexity of the situation.


The rise in myocarditis cases among US service members in 2021 following the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has raised significant concerns. Gilbert Cisneros Jr.’s confirmation of the data highlights the need for further investigation into the possible connection between COVID-19 vaccinations and myocarditis. While the risk appears higher among those with prior infections, it is essential to comprehensively assess all factors contributing to this alarming trend. As the medical community continues to monitor and analyze data, it remains imperative to strike a balance between ensuring public health and safety while maintaining transparency regarding potential risks associated with vaccinations.

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