by Brucha Weisberger
First of all, the good news is that I read that, thank G-d, Damar Hamlin is alive and moving around.
I am not unacquainted with the discomfort of public speculation over private tragedy. We lost our dear son in law in November 2021. No, he was not jabbed, but passed away from massive internal bleeding after gross hospital neglect. My daughter fielded some very strange and painful comments, and she was horrified when months later, she stumbled across a discussion people had been having online about the cause of her husband’s death, with some asserting incorrectly that he definitely must have died from the covid vaccine.
And yet. If someone did imbibe poison, how can you not warn others? If someone was murdered, can you not demand justice? That would be true cruelty.
We need people with a bigger vision to cut through the emotional confusion and give us a reality check. That’s what my Rabbi has done for me repeatedly. He has been very clear about the duty to speak up and publicize the truth when someone dies after the covid shots. Yes, very unfortunately, the family may feel pain as a result, but there is a greater imperative here, and that’s to save lives. For everyone who stayed quiet about their loved one’s covid vaccine injury or death, there are more people who got hurt – people who could have been saved, but got the shot out of ignorance, because they weren’t hearing of the vax AE’s happening in their own backyards.
If, let’s say, there was any suspicion that Damar Hamlin had been given a sports drink spiked with something dangerous, everybody would be screaming for an investigation.
So, the people who are furious about claims that Damar collapsed due to the shots and pretend to be worried for the family’s sensitivity are just paid-by-Pharma accomplices to murder.
The visceral, hate-filled reactions are shocking.
After Charlie Kirk tweeted a statement of fact:
This is a tragic and all too familiar sight right now: Athletes dropping suddenly.
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 3, 2023
This is what he suffered:
Adam Kinzinger, the outgoing Republican member of Congress, responded to Mr Kirk’s tweet by calling him “the biggest piece of human garbage that can possibly exist right now”. “I literally think you are done now. Using this tragedy for your … lies is sick,” he said.
Sick disgusting human beings. This isn’t politics this is straight up heartless, cold, evil https://t.co/92bxd33RLu
— Adam Kinzinger #fella (@AdamKinzinger) January 3, 2023
You’re the worst use of flesh and bones ever. Unconscionable
— Andy Richardson (@andy4ok) January 3, 2023
As Toby Rogers wrote:
Within minutes of the heart attack Pharma used MedTwitter to flood the zone with a lie — that the heart attack was definitely a result of “commotio cordis” — an extremely rare sports injury whereby a kid struck in the chest (usually by a baseball) can experience cardiac arrest.
There are all sorts of reasons why this is false. Unlike baseball players, football players wear hard plastic chest protectors. The tackle was not unusual and if anything Hamlin shifted his body to the side in ways that deflected the collision. And commotio cordis usually only happens in kids under 15 years old — by the time one is an adult the body is more fully developed to protect the heart from such a blow. But that did not stop every vaccine injury denialist on Twitter from shouting from the rooftops that the tackle, and not the deadly vaccine, was the culprit.
At the same time MedTwitter told us — vaccine skeptics — that any speculation on our part was dishonoring Damar Hamlin and his family.
So first they lied and then they tried to silence us.
Toby also said:
We said it would happen and it happened. A vaccinated NFL player’s heart stopped during the first quarter of Monday Night Football.
It’s not complicated. If you repeatedly inject billions of people with a shot known to cause blood clots you’re going to see lots of heart attacks — everywhere— at school, at the gym, during a live newscast, at the mall, on the highway, and during sporting events.
Players, coaches, staff, and fans will also have heart attacks in the NBA, NHL, and Major League Baseball in the coming years.
The outcome of the NCAA basketball final last year was influenced by the fact that a star player for North Carolina, “fully vaccinated” of course, had to leave the game with myocarditis. But we’re not allowed to talk about that and so it keeps happening.
The collapse – notice how Damar stood up after the tackle, but then suddenly collapsed: https://gettr.com/post/p23reoua031
Dr. Paul Alexander quoted cardiologist Dr. Ramin Oskoui:
Dr. Oskoui suggested to be open to all possibilities here such that a damaged heart due to the vaccine could not withstand the hit it ordinarily could have. The hit causes a surge in adrenalin etc. that greatly stresses the heart muscle. With damaged myocardium and disturbed electrical signals, the heart can go into cardiac arrest.
World renowned cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough with Tucker Carlson on Tuesday night:
Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough discusses his findings with Tucker Carlson on the disturbing trend of more young athletes collapsing on the field with heart issues than ever before.
"The leading concern here is vaccine-induced myocarditis, if indeed he's taken the vaccine." pic.twitter.com/MILxJgecjy
— Scott Morefield (@SKMorefield) January 4, 2023
Dr. McCullough wrote on his substack:
Last night on Tucker Carlson Tonight (FOX News) I told America that there is a building public health obligation to disclose what happened in a case of cardiac arrest and sudden death when it is unexpected with no antecedent disease.
Click to Play: An Obligation to Investigate Possible Role of COVID Vaccination in NFL Collapse
I walked Tucker through the differential diagnosis and concluded that in the case of Damar Hamlin, that COVID-19 vaccine-induced subclinical myocarditis and then arrhythmic cardiac arrest on the field was at the top of the list. Tucker said that’s “fair.”
I think it’s more than fair, since the NFL had a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, as did the military, many corporations, universities, and schools. If an EUA vaccine is mandated, then those who have imposed this product on their players, employees, and students have an ethical public health obligation to tell the world what has happened as a result of the mandate and help all those impacted brace for what could happen next. Damar Hamlin is not just another “unexplained sudden adult death syndrome” case. It was “prime time” for the NFL and now “truth time” for the family, Buffalo Bills doctors, and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center staff.
Did he take the vaccine, brand, and doses given? Is the clinical evaluation consistent with COVID-19 vaccine induced subclinical myocardits and resuscitated cardiac arrest? If not, what is the proven cause of his calamity (hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, anomalous coronary arteries, catecholaminergic ventricular tachycardia, long QT syndrome, Brugada syndrome, Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, pulmonary embolus, spinal cord/intracranial injury, etc.).
I anticipate Hamlin will neurologically recover and come off the mechanical ventilator, so it is possible that the moral obligation of disclosure will be in his hands at some point in the future. Likely is NFL career has ended, an ICD will be implanted, but a new mission in public health may lie in front of him. We pray for his swift and full recovery in the hands of excellent medical staff and the support of his family and team.
Attorney Jeff Childers on the ridiculousness of the “commotio cordis” hypothesis:
Without even examining Hamlin, establishment experts have already concluded that it is most likely that Hamlin died from a blunt-force injury called “commotio cordis,” an ultra-rare event that happens when a focused impact hits the chest wall at exactly the right angle and at just the right time in the heart’s rhythmic cycle to stop the heart.
In 100 years of NFL play, no one has ever died on the field from commotio cordis. That’s how rare it is.
The injury is always caused by a small hard trauma, such as from a baseball, a hockey puck, or a fist. It is almost always seen in young people or folks without protective padding. And when it does happen, it immediately stops the heart.
But here, Hamlin was tackled from the side, not the front. No small blunt force is in evidence; the argument would be it was a shoulder, but that is not seen in the film. Most significantly, before Hamlin collapsed, he stood up and took several steps, which would have been nearly impossible for someone with a stopped heart to do. Finally, the commotio cordis hypothesis cannot explain why Hamlin’s heart was not quickly restarted by CPR or defibrillation.
Do you see the sad irony? The same experts who leaned into “ultra rare” to dismiss jab injuries are now embracing a true “ultra-rare” theory to explain away the more likely possibility. ‘Hypocrites’ is too mild a word.
JD Rucker noted the irony, too:
Sincere people have also opined that it was commotio cordis.
I was reminded of a very old episode of Quincy where a person was killed via a martial arts move called a delayed death blow.
The point of the rarity of commotio cordis happening from a sports activity is a good point.
Meanwhile, many atheletes die suddenly during a marathon, playing tennis, playing soccer, and even while playing football.
Nowadays people are dying suddenly during mundane activities, like walking down a street or supermarket aisle.
Trailer for documentary, Died Suddenly:
I want to know what actually caused this but, of course, we won’t know. Not unless Hamlin doesn’t like the payoff he gets from the NFL because he can’t play any more and spills the beans himself. I don’t know that the vaccine caused this, but I do know that even when I was in high school and played football, the shoulder pads hard plastic mantels came down in front to about the bottom of the pecs and even though they laced up in front, Hamlin was hit with the shoulder part of the shoulder pads, which further distributes the force. Again, I’m no doctor, but this simply does not sound like commotio cordis to me. But don’t expect an honest assessment. We are used to authorities lying to us now.