Seven News journo goes online to expose his vaccine-induced heart injury
By TONY MOBILIFONITIS
A JOURNALIST who works with the vaccine-pushing Australian TV channel Seven Network has posted a photo of himself in hospital after suffering post-vaccination pericarditis, a heart injury frequently being experienced by people after receiving Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine.
Denham Hitchock, a well-built, very fit outdoors-type, went on Instagram to show himself in a Gold Coast hospital, covered in electro-cardiogram (ECG) monitors. He wrote he had “battled over whether to send this post from hospital or not, but decided after 27 years of being a journalist whose primary goal is to discover the truth – it would be hypocritical not to.”
Absolutely correct Denham. We would be interested to know if your bosses put pressure on you to back down. After all, Seven Network, like all corporate Australian media since the start of the plandemic, have been daily pushing the narrative that “only a vaccine can save us”. Not only that, they have been complicit in the crime of suppressing the proven non-vaccine treatments for “COVID-19” that could have saved people like Hitchcock from vaccine injury.
Hitchcock of course, despite his serious heart muscle inflammation side effect, had to toe the mainstream media line and declare he was “NOT anti vax” but then added: “But I’m really not pro vax either. I’m pro choice and pro information to make that choice. 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. So I got the Pfizer shot.”
In other words, the journalist drank the Kool Aid peddled by his own media employers. Did he, like so many others, not even hear about the alternative treatments and preventatives like vitamin D, zinc and high-dose C, in addition to the hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin and steroidal inhalants like budesonide?
Hitchcock went on to detail the frequently reported side effects: “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. I took Nurofen, and I kept working,” he recounted on his Instagram post.
“By the end of the third week I was getting steadily worse – sharp chest pain. cold shivers and chills. and the dizziness was intense. 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 said since being in hospital he had contacted health professionals he knew in Sydney and learned that while his reaction was “rare” but “certainly not isolated”. “One hospital has had well over a dozen cases like me,” he said. “This is not a post for sympathy – the hospital and staff at the Gold Coast uni hospital have been beyond great and although it’s all new territory I’m told I’ll make a full recovery although I could be like this for months.”
He went on: “Thankfully I have the world’s smallest nurse keeping an eye on my ever present ECG. But my present thought would be, 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 (AstraZeneca) is readily available and does not have this side effect.
“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.”
Despite Cairns News’ serious differences with this journalist whose recent report on Martin Bryant is another travesty against truth, we hope for his family’s sake he gets better and comes to better understand why so many people have turned against vaccines as a “safe and effective” medicine.