Tawny Buettner, RN observed a >10X increase in the rate of myocarditis after the vaccines rolled out
She worked in the Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit (CTICU) of a major children’s hospital in San Diego, California for more than 12 years. Here's her story about what happened after the vax rollout.
Tawny Buettner, RN, worked in the Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit (CTICU) of a major children’s hospital in San Diego, California for more than 12 years.
Before the vaccine rollout, they’d see 4 or 5 myocarditis cases a year in the CTICU at the hospital where Tawny Buettner works that she was aware of (see 2:15 in the video).
In the last half of 2021, she is aware of 33 cases (at 4:15 in the video).
That’s an increase of over 10X in the rate of cases of myocarditis cases since the vaccines rolled out.
Not only that, the troponin levels of the kids were extremely high (start watching at 3:15), from the teens to up to the 30’s. Note that after a heart attack your troponin levels might hit 5 and then return to normal after a few days. So these troponin levels were elevated by something more extreme than a heart attack. Those levels can stay elevated for months. Troponin is released when the heart is damaged.
One person who commented on the video wrote:
I saw boys with troponin levels more than 400x than normal, 2-3 months after the injections. Girls don't have high troponin, but they do have D-dimers up. God knows what's coming next
Why aren’t we hearing this from other nurses?
Tawny is not the only CTICU RN witnessing this nightmare. Where are the others? Not willing to be fired.
It takes a dedicated intensivist RN fired for doing her job to tell us what she witnessed at her hospital.
The increased rate of myocarditis cases and excessive troponin levels didn’t happen by chance. It only started after the COVID vaccines rolled out.
The CDC says there is only a slightly elevated risk of myocarditis after the vaccine and they claim it is lower than the rate due to the virus.
Someone is lying to you.
On Jan 28, 2022 I sent the following email to Nikki Daniels, Head of School of Monte Vista Christian School and bcc’ed a bunch of parents at the school. I’ll let you know if she responds. For background on MVCS, see Estimated 1 in 95 boys with myocarditis and There are now four myocarditis cases at Monte Vista.
What do you think Nikki should do? Keep quiet? Or go public? Let me know in the comments below.
Here is Nikki’s response on Jan 30:
I am in receipt of your Jan. 28 email, which you posted that same day as the "Postscript" to one of your Substack blog posts. You have previously reported false information about Monte Vista Christian School multiple times on your Substack blog, which false information I challenged in my emails to you of Dec. 28 and Jan. 5.
Your Jan. 28 Substack post published my email address and tacitly encouraged your readers to send emails to me in the same threatening tone you use. I consider this harassing conduct and ask that you remove the “Postscript” from your Jan. 28 Substack post.
Additionally, I ask that you cease making misrepresentations about MVC. I have twice in the past month advised you in writing that it is MVC's policy to not disclose confidential health or diagnostic information regarding students. Despite this, you persist in publishing inaccurate data regarding MVC in your articles. Your “estimate” of the rate of myocarditis at MVC set forth in your blog posts is unscientific, misleading, and simply wrong. With your BCC of your Jan. 28 email to MVC families, you share with them misinformation about myocarditis data.
I believe your media and messaging about MVC are inaccurate and designed to be harassing and intimidating. I ask that you cease posting articles publishing false information about MVC and its employees, students, and parents.
I wrote back on Feb 7:
I am behind on my emails and just noticed your email.
I inadvertently neglected to remove your email address from my post. That error has been corrected.
I have never encouraged any of my readers to harass you. I said I would publish your response and I requested they comment in the comment section, not email you directly. I have made that more explicit now.
I have updated the Postscript section with the latest information including a copy of your letter so that people can see both sides.
I think you should publicly publish your myocarditis statistics at MVCS so that we can put this issue to rest. There is no reason that you cannot do that. This is not confidential information so you are not violating your policy.
Harvard publishes data on the number of COVID cases on campus. I fail to see why you can’t publish the number of myocarditis cases on campus.
That’s the quickest way to put this issue to rest: transparency. Why is that not possible?
I also note that in her three emails to me, Nikki never corrected the number of cases or noted that they were wrong! In her third email, she says my rate calculation is wrong, but she never says the number of cases is wrong. It appears it was carefully worded to use “rate” rather than number. I acknowledge that the rate is an estimate since I don’t know the number of vaccinated students, so I had to estimate this.
Her failure on three occasions to correct the number of cases constitutes a tacit admission by the Head of School that the number was correct because if it was wrong, this would have been the very first thing she would have corrected in all three emails.
There is absolutely no reason she cannot reveal the number of male and female cases of myocarditis cases known by the school, just as Harvard reveals the number of COVID cases at Harvard.
Here’s what Harvard University publishes on their website, for example:
So why can’t Monte Vista Christian School publish a similar dashboard tracking the weekly number of myocarditis cases by age group for male and female students at MVCS? No reason at all!
Transparency is the best defense here. But that’s not the way they roll at MVCS apparently.
If the school wants to sue me for defamation, then I would be entitled to discovery and I would learn the number of myocarditis cases which would then be a public record since there is no basis to keep it under seal. This is why the school isn’t going to sue me.
The other reason they won’t sue me is that they know I would file an anti-SLAPP motion since as I read Nikki’s email, the school is clearly trying to intimidate me from speaking out on an issue of great public concern by alleging my information is false without providing any evidence it is false. This entitles me to all legal fees as well.
If she thinks my myocarditis numbers are false, then she can correct them publicly by providing evidence to that effect. I’ve stated the rates are estimates.