Any WeLoveTrump readers have to take an ECG screening to play sports?
How about your children?
As someone who played sports their entire childhood, my sports physicals never required an ECG.
For anyone unsure of what an ECG entails, here’s a snippet from Mayo Clinic:
An electrocardiogram records the electrical signals in your heart. It’s a common and painless test used to quickly detect heart problems and monitor your heart’s health.
A Twitter user posted this picture that caught my attention:
I have to post this again with a translation in case some people aren't seeing it. "If your child got the mRNA 💉, we have to assume it gave him heart damage until we rule it out. Only then, can we clear him for sports. What a staggering thing. (last time I forgot the pic) pic.twitter.com/B0VnqRLjSe
— Lady Spaulding (@LadySpaulding11) March 2, 2022
The sign for student athletes allegedly posted at Jackson River Pediatrics in Covington, Virginia states “COVID vaccination affects your risk” of sudden cardiac death on the playing field.
With the number of cardiac-related events in athletes, every individual who took a COVID-19 injection should undergo this screening.
Sadly, that’s the reality our society faces for the individuals who took this experimental injection.
I want to hug their staff for doing their job and taking precautions. Every office should be doing this. I’m wondering if families can sue the offices that clear their kids to play and the child ends up deceased on the playing field.
— Nashville Angela (@Angelasfreenews) March 2, 2022
Wow. That’s insane. For a parent that would be a HUGE wake up
— Mimi J (@TheKanehB) March 2, 2022
I was surprised because their Facebook promotes others. I’m thankful they are aware of this one. pic.twitter.com/CiiizRqI2P
— Nashville Angela (@Angelasfreenews) March 3, 2022
While attempting to confirm the alleged signage at Jackson River Pediatrics, someone sent me a link to Florida’s Orange County School District.
The link for the Athletics page directed me to Sports Physicals:
NEW for the 2021-22 school year, electrocardiogram (ECG) screenings are REQUIRED for high school students wishing to participate in athletic programs. ECG screenings help identify athletes who are at risk for sudden cardiac arrest which is the leading cause of death in athletics.
ECGs will be required of all high school student-athletes prior to the start of their 2021-2022 FHSAA season. Through local medical providers and organizations, ECGs will be offered on high school campuses.
Please see the listings on the right of this page for more information.Below you can find the required OCPS Physical Forms for the current school year.
— Marietha McGarity (@hazelleshonee) March 3, 2022
I was a student athlete for years- my kids have been student athletes. Did a yearly physical every single year- NEVER once was an EKG or ECG administered. Never.
Coincidence that they have started 21-22 school year? Nope. WAKE UP
— TruthSeeker (@gymbosslady) March 3, 2022
If you’ve seen similar changes in sports physical screenings elsewhere in the country, drop a comment below.