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National Red-Pill Moment? Heart Attack Confirmed.


Before we say anything else in this article, I want to ask you to continue to pray for Damar Hamlin.

This is not about proving a political point, this is about searching for truth and getting truth out to the public….

And about seeking justice.

Because I’ll say this…

I stopped watching the NFL a few years ago, but over my lifetime I’ve seen a lot of football.

College football…

Pro football…



I’ve seen it all.

And I’ve seen a lot of tough hits.

But what have I never seen?

A player taking a fairly routine, by-the-book hit, standing back up and collapsing.

Last night we said it looked like a heart attack.

This morning that was confirmed.

So is this “normal” now?

Just like Sudden Adult Death syndrome?

Just like #DiedSuddenly?

Just like Myocarditis and Blood Clots?

All just suddenly normal?

Or did we just have our National Red Pill moment, live on Monday Night Football?

Time will tell.

In the meantime, our prayers are with Damar and his family.

The hit looked routine to me and to Kyle Becker:

Here is the official statement from the Buffalo Bills confirming it was a Heart Attack:

More updates:

The explanations are already coming forth trying to explain what happened and why it most definitely wasn’t the jab:

Others say it’s simply not normal:

Kyle Becker had more details on his Substack:

The New York Times reported that Hamlin was given CPR for nearly 10 minutes, which is a critical cut-off time for the procedure. Lack of oxygen to the brain for longer than ten minutes can lead to extensive brain damage.

Medical personnel administered CPR and attended to him for 10 minutes as players from both teams were visibly upset, some shedding tears on the sideline while others circled together and knelt in prayer. One medical professional appeared to administer an IV. Hamlin was later placed on a stretcher and transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

The 24-year-old players’ cardiac arrest following a blow to the chest set off speculation that it may be vaccine-related.

Dr. Peter McCullough reportedly texted Steve Kirsch and gave his professional opinion:

“I watched the play live both as a fan and a cardiologist and I saw blunt neck and chest trauma, a brief recovery after the tackle and then a classic cardiac arrest.  I have communicated to one of the most experienced trainers in the world and we agree that it was a cardiac arrest in the setting of a big surge of adrenalin.  If Damar Hamlin indeed took one of the COVID-19 vaccines, then subclinical vaccine-induced myocarditis must be considered in the differential diagnosis.   We have been told he was successfully defibrillated on the field and has been intubated and is not spontaneously breathing which is consistent with anoxic encephalopathy.  The nation prays for his complete recovery.”

Steve Kirsch added: “Note that McCullough originally speculated that the injury that Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was due to commotio cordis (a phenomenon in which a sudden blunt impact to the chest causes sudden death in the absence of cardiac damage). The time delay from the hit until he collapsed is expected in commotio cordis. Peter believes that the ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation could have been set up by the vaccine if he took it.”

“Hamlin was shocked back to rhythm,” Kirsch continued. “He now has anoxic encephalopathy. He’s in critical condition at the hospital.”

However, there is no conclusive evidence that this specific case is tied to the mRNA shots. There is scientific evidence tying the mRNA shots to subclinical and clinical myocarditis, as was recently corroborated by a Swiss study.

This is not the first incident in NFL history where a player was believed to have been killed in a game. In 1971, Lions player Chuck Hughes died as the Bears’ Dick Butkus waved frantically for help. The Patriots’ Darryl Stingley was knocked out by Raiders legend Jack Tatum in a 1978 exhibition game and lost his ability to walk. The New York Jets’ Dennis Byrd was paralyzed in a freak collision during a game against the Chiefs in 1992. He would later die at age 50 in a car accident. Steelers’ linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered a devastating spinal cord injury in a 2017 game. He has since regained the ability to walk.  The Buffalo Bills had another injury scare this year as safety Dane Jackson dodged a major spinal cord injury.

The National Football League reportedly did not cancel the Bills-Bengals game tonight. The Buffalo Bills’ and the Cincinnati Bengals’ coaching staff and players made it clear to the league their participation in the game would not continue. The football game was subsequently suspended and will be played at an undisclosed date.

Here’s what we initially reported last night:

MNF Halted, “Collapsed On The Field”

Prayers are needed right now, this looks very serious.

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed suddenly on the field tonight during Monday Night Football.

Yes, it was after a play, but he didn’t appear to suffer anything out of the ordinary in the play.

He stands up and immediately falls over.

Very scary.

From Fox News:

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin was involved in a scary incident on Monday in the team’s Week 17 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.

With 5:58 remaining in the first quarter, Hamlin made a tackle on Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins. Hamlin appeared to get up from the tackle unscathed but he took a few steps back and collapsed onto the field.

Medical personnel came out onto the field to attend to Hamlin and a stretcher and backboard were brought out to transport him out of Paycor Stadium. Moments later, an ambulance was seen on the field and the broadcast showed Bills coach Sean McDermott, quarterback Josh Allen and wide receiver Stefon Diggs emotional on the field as they await to get word on Hamlin.

The entire Bills team was out on the field and players were seen praying. The entire stadium fell silent.

According to multiple reports, medical personnel were giving Hamlin CPR. He eventually put into the back of an ambulance and carried to the hospital.

The game was temporarily suspended and players went back into the locker room.

The injury he sustained wasn’t immediately clear.

You can watch the play here:

Of course, I never remember this happening in all my years of watching football.

Couldn’t be related to the 💉 could it?

I really hope not!

It absolutely does…

When do we put Fauci on trial?

How mad are people going to be when they learn the truth?

We don’t know for sure if this is related to the jab, but we do know this…

All professional athletes were forced to take the shot, is that correct?

When was the last time you remember Monday Night Football being suspended?

Down for 9 minutes, ambulance onto the field….

So scary:

Anyone else sick of this crap?

Speculation is running wild online:

Right now, we don’t know if it’s jab-related and all we can do right now is pray.

Please join us. 🙏 🙏 🙏


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