A tackle by NFL player Damar Hamlin on another player on the field resulted in Hamlin falling, getting up, and then collapsing.
It has been claimed that he has recovered consciousness as he is being treated at the hospital. Hamlin’s collapse may have been the result of cardiac damage that was induced by the COVID-19 injection, according to Dr. Peter McCullough, a cardiologist who is worried about this possibility. He said that Hamlin’s family, the medical staff of the Buffalo Bills, and the medical staff at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center all have a duty to the public’s health to notify us whether or not the football player had the COVID vaccination.
On the playing field, there has been a startling rise in the number of young sportsmen passing out. In their research on European sports leagues, Drs. McCullough and Polykretis came to the conclusion that since the COVID ‘vaccine’ campaigns started in January 2021, there have been a total of 1598 incidents of cardiac arrest, and 1101 of those cases ended in the patient’s passing. Before COVID immunization campaigns began, there was only an average of 29 cardiac arrests per league per year.
Appearing on the program “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Fox News On “Tonight,” Dr. Peter McCullough highlighted the sad on-field collapse of NFL player Damar Hamlin and the possible influence of the COVID-19 shot on the NFL player’s condition.
On Tuesday’s program, an expert cardiologist discussed how elite athletes, like Hamlin, get routine screenings to check for undiagnosed cardiac conditions.
After seeing the action that took place only minutes before Hamlin passed out, he proceeded by stating that “it looked like a primary cardiac arrest.”