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WATCH: Did Pfizer Silence Damar Hamlin?


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Damar Hamlin‘s health has been the biggest story in professional sports over the last month.

After suffering cardiac arrest on January 2 during a broadcast of Monday Night Football, Hamlin has made a miraculous recovery by all visible accounts.

His behavior since returning to the public eye has been strange to day the least…

He hid his face for weeks and then trolled the very fans who prayed for him and gave money to his charity.

He sarcastically tweeted the word “clone” in response to rumors that he had died.

Then there was the jacket he wore while attending the Super Bowl…

Hamlin was recently interviewed by Michael Strahan about his recovery.

Hamlin gave an awkward response when asked by Strahan about what doctors said happened to him.

He paused for almost 15 seconds before responding:

“That’s something I want to stay away from.”

This begs the question…

Why did he even do the interview?

Hamlin almost looked scared during the interview.

Did Pfizer get to him?

See for yourself:

The Gateway Pundit has the details of the interview:

During the course of their discussion, Strahan asked Hamlin about the doctor’s explanation of what caused his heart to stop beating.

“You’re 24. Peak physical condition [that] could run circles around me right now. How did the doctors describe what happened to you?” Strahan asked.

Hamlin said that he would not comment on what may have caused his heart to stop.

“Umm, that’s something I want to stay away from,” Hamlin said.

Many are left pondering the possibility that Hamlin was silenced by Pfizer.

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