Cardiologist Calls mRNA ‘Greatest Miscarriage Of Medical Science’

British cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra is both a National Health Service-trained consultant cardiologist and best-selling author. He was also a strong early supporter of COVID vaccines who was one of the first double-vaxxed patients in the country.

Now he has made an explosive claim about Pfizer’s genetic therapy agents (GTAs). After the surprising death of his father, Dr. Kailash Chand from cardiac arrest, Malhotra calls the COVID era a “pandemic of misinformation.”

Chand formerly served as the deputy chair of the British Medical Association and at 73 was a picture of health.

Writing in the peer-reviewed Journal of Insulin Resistance (JIR), Maholtra described his post-mortem findings as “particularly shocking and inexplicable.”

Further, he now believes that controlled trials using mRNA technology suggest that there is a “greater risk of serious adverse events from the vaccines than being hospitalized from COVID-19.”

Heart scans just a few years ago showed Chand had “no significant problems with perfect blood flow.” That was then. After his death it was discovered that he had 90% blockage in his left anterior descending artery and 75% blockage in his right coronary.

Speaking to the media, Malhotra described his father as a “very fit and well man” who walked “10 to 15 thousand steps” per day during the COVID lockdown.

Dr. Malhotra concluded that his father’s coronary artery disease was rapidly progressive, and his cardiac arrest was most likely caused by Pfizer’s mRNA product.

He explained that the details of his father’s case shocked him because he knew intimate details of his lifestyle and health. Malhotra further noted a surge in cardiac arrest calls in England last year and a corresponding rise in Israel’s 16-39 age group.

Speaking to Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, he said that Pfizer executives and scientists must have known of the dangers of their vaccines.

Writing in JIR, he said it is “clear” that there is now “a pandemic of misinformed doctors and a misinformed and unwittingly harmed public.” Malhotra described the vaccine mandates as a tragic mistake and called for their suspension, particularly among younger age groups.