‘Fact checkers’ reassure the public it has nothing to do with vax.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
Two Premier League football matches were halted last night over ‘medical emergencies’ that occurred in the stands, with one victim suffering a cardiac arrest.
The players refused to return to the pitch until the situation had been resolved, with the fan being removed on a stretcher and taken to Watford General Hospital.
The players have returned to the field in preparation of play resuming.— Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) December 1, 2021
Our thoughts are with the fan – who had a cardiac arrest but has now been stabilised – and all those affected.
Thank you to the medical staff, players and fans for their quick response. 💛 pic.twitter.com/wa3QfyF0Em
Meanwhile, another fan was taken ill during a game between Southampton and Leicester at St. Mary’s, with the match being delayed for 15 minutes.
“The fan had collapsed during the interval but the issue was not said to be a cardiac arrest,” reports RT. “The person received treatment inside the stadium before being taken to hospital.”
There have been innumerable incidents in recent weeks and months of footballers suddenly collapsing on the pitch or fans suffering heart problems in the stands.
German newspaper Berliner Zeitung recently published a report seeking to answer why an “unusually large number of professional and amateur soccer players have collapsed recently.”
According to a report by Dr. Yaffa Shir-Raz, there has been a “5-fold increase in sudden cardiac deaths of FIFA players in 2021.”
One video posted to TikTok shows a sports reporter describing three such incidents in just one game.
Scottish female rugby star Siobhan Cattigan also “suddenly died” aged 26, it was announced yesterday.
Another International sports person has "died suddenly". Age 26.https://t.co/b7KdvOfQqg— John Bull (@54JohnBull) December 1, 2021
Although speculation has raged as to whether COVID-19 vaccines, the side-effects of which include myocarditis, have anything to do with the incidents, ‘fact checkers’ have thankfully put this to bed.
Twitter has been running a Reuters ‘fact check’ in its ‘what’s happening’ tab for the past few days vehemently dismissing any connection.
According to a Daily Mail investigation, “It’s terrifying but it’s a COINCIDENCE” and there is no need for “panic.”
The report claims that “A spate of high-profile heart problems and collapses among professional footballers in recent weeks are likely to be coincidence, rather than indication players are struggling to cope with the high-intensity game, according to a leading cardiologist.”
Phew, thank God for that!
Now maybe ex-pro-s like Trevor Sinclair can stop asking awkward questions about the subject on live radio, then it wouldn’t be necessary to clumsily attempt to censor them in real-time.
Everyone I speak to about these heart problems suffered by footballers (which worryingly seem to be happening more regularly) are they linked to covid vaccines or not??— Trevor Sinclair (@trevor8sinclair) November 24, 2021