Posted BY: J.D. Rucker

The Buffalo Bills have confirmed that Damar Hamlin suffered a massive cardiac arrest. He is currently in critical condition and is not expected to make a full recovery.

Hours before the Bills made the announcement, Dr. Peter McCullough changed his original speculation from commotion cardis to cardiac arrest. He warned that vaccine-induced myocarditis must be considered.

“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.”

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ORIGINAL STORY: When a young and otherwise healthy person collapses suddenly, it’s fair in today’s age of the Covid pandemic to wonder whether the disease or the “vaccines” intended to treat them are to blame. Both put spike proteins in the blood which have been known to cause myocarditis, pericarditis, strokes, heart attacks, and other cardiovascular ailments.

But before anyone jumps to that conclusion regarding what happened during Monday Night Football, it’s important to know that the likely cause can happen whether someone is jabbed or not.

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed after making a tackle against the Cincinnati Bengals. The video of it is very concerning as the hit was not particularly hard. He bounced up and seemed just fine for a few seconds before inexplicably collapsing.

Speculation on social media by doctors is that it’s commotion cordis:

Dr. Peter McCullough told Steve Kirsch he concurred with the diagnosis but believes the vaccines should DEFINITELY be considered. As Kirsch posted on his Substack:

According to Dr. Peter McCullough, the injury that Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin sustained is known as 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. He now has anoxic encephalopathy. He’s in critical condition at the hospital.

Dr. McCullough is a world-renowned cardiologist.

Football is a violent sport and there are many possible reasons that the collision during the tackle caused his heart to stop. But as Kirsch and McCullough noted, we should not dismiss the possibility that the jabs contributed.