A group of U.K. doctors and scientists are currently demanding answers from the government when they uncovered a drastic climb in unexpected deaths surrounding young males. The doctors claim that they were given a letter from the British government’s legal department that stated deaths in boys aged 15 to 19 were at a 20% increase over the five year average.

At the same time, deaths in girls were below the five year average. To make the data even more alarming, some speculate the number could be higher due to delays. With young men mysteriously dying and myocarditis on the rise, Fox News’ Laura Ingraham decided to speak with famed Dr. Peter McCullough about the growing issue.

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In the video, which is featured below, Dr. McCullough, who has been the target of censorship from big tech and the Democrats, discussed how two young men were found dead only a few days after receiving the COVID-19 jab from Pfizer. The doctor also noted how both individuals died from myocarditis.

For those wondering, myocarditis is caused by inflammation of the heart muscles. When the inflammation occurs, the heart’s ability to work properly is severely affected. The results of this can lead to irregular heart rhythms and much worse. While Dr. McCullough and other experts aren’t trying to blame the COVID-19 jab on the rise in deaths, the group is demanding that the government investigate the matter to figure out what is causing such an influx of deaths among young men.

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