Editor’s Note: This article is incomplete with many deletions taken out by Google. Why? Perhaps the sudden collapse of Demar Hamlin was due to the sudden stoppage of his heart, and perhaps this was due to his receipt of a COVID-vaccine booster on Dec. 26? Below are other examples of those “Dying Suddenly” we are seeing in conjunction with those receiving this vaccine. Please read on below, understand the pain we suffer today will result in a future where we can always BE in…
Damar Hamlin: 24-year-old NFL Buffalo Bills safety in critical condition after collapsing on the field, while former NFL player Uche Nwaneri dies suddenly
January 3, 2023admin
January 3, 2023 (updated 8:17 a.m. Pacific)
CINCINNATI — Jordanian handball player Adel Bakr Attari collapsed and died on the court during a game on November 7, 2022.
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Saudi businessman Mohammed bin Nasser bin Wazan Al-Qahtani collapsed and died while giving a speech in Cairo, Egypt on August 8, 2022.
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Ms. Betsy Dayana Jaramillo Ramírez collapsed and died while doing aerobics at a gym in Ecuador on November 29, 2022.
All of the foregoing individuals suffered sudden cardiac arrest. The point is that, since late 2020, this can happen anywhere, at any given moment, to anyone who has received the injections. And all of these incidents look almost identical.
This phenomenon has hit international soccer players harder than most other demographics. This blogger has been asked the same question in several languages over 100 times since mid-2021: “why are soccer players dying so much, but NFL and NBA players in the U.S. are not?”
The most likely explanation with NBA players is that they received saline shots or received fake vaccine passports/proof of vaccination without receiving any injections. Many NBA players have fully-guaranteed, nine-figure contracts. If they die or are severely maimed by the injections, the team is still on the hook to pay out that money to surviving family members. It’s simply bad business to inject NBA players. The NFL is a completely different story.
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Only the very best NFL players receive large amounts of guaranteed money in their contracts. Quarterbacks and a few elite defensive players are the only ones who receive nine-figure, guaranteed contracts. Nearly all other NFL contracts are toilet paper.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill is the highest paid player at his position for the 2022-23 season. Hill made headlines when he signed a 4-year, $120 million deal in March 2022. But “only” $72 million of that is fully guaranteed. If he gets hurt, under-performs, and/or the team simply decides to cut him, then they do not have to pay the remainder of the contract. That brings us to the first Monday Night Football game of 2023.
It does not look good for Damar Hamlin
Mr. Damar Hamlin played five years at the University of Pittsburgh before being selected by the Buffalo Bills in the sixth round of 2021 NFL Draft. He signed a 4-year, $3.6 million rookie deal on May 21, 2021. Only $160,476 is guaranteed from the contract.
Note that the NFL had a vaccine mandate for all lower-level employees, and a vaccine coercion policy for players, during the 2021-22 season. The league reported that 94.1% of players were “fully vaccinated” by October 2021. Several NFL coaches quit because of the mandates.
Non-vaccinated NFL players were forced to obey several arbitrary mask and testing rules throughout most of 2021. It’s safe to declare that zero, non-first-round-pick NFL rookies ruffled feathers by refusing the injections last year. That could have and would have jeopardized their dreams of playing in the NFL.
Mr. Hamlin played sparingly in 2021. He was elevated to the team’s starting free safety spot after regular starter Micah Hyde suffered a season-ending neck injury on September 19, 2022 against the Tennessee Titans. Mr. Hamlin had started 13-straight games heading into last night’s matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Bengals receiver Tee Higgins caught a pass from quarterback Joe Burrow with 5:58 remaining in the first quarter. Mr. Hamlin made the tackle on the play. He stood up after the tackle, and fell straight backwards to the ground a second or two later.
Mr. Hamlin stayed on the ground for a total of 30 minutes. Medical personnel administered a defibrillator and CPR on the field, as the young man was in cardiac arrest.
They allegedly got his heart beating again, before rushing Mr. Hamlin to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center at 9:25 p.m. The game was postponed indefinitely, with the Bengals leading 7-3 at the time the game was called. The Bills official Twitter account confirmed that Mr. Hamlin suffered from cardiac arrest.
The COVID Blog® will not and is not allowing mainstream media to insult the intelligence of critical thinkers in 2023. They are already trying to blame a very routine, normal tackle for Mr. Hamlin going into cardiac arrest. Granted the tackle was unorthodox due to how the play unfolded. But a safety’s job is to get the ball carrier down by any means. Mr. Hamlin did his job, pretty routinely.
ESPN described the tackle as a “scary hit.”
WHIO-TV in Dayton, Ohio described it as a “terrifying hit.”
Mainstream media will say that the helmet-to-chest contact caused cardiac arrest. Collisions like that happen upwards of 100 times on any given weekend between high school, college and NFL football. For those unaware, NFL shoulder pads completely cover the entire chest area, with padding on the inside and hard plastic on the outside.
Higgins hit Hamlin helmet to facemask, which is technically a penalty. But for the sake of argument, let’s say Higgins went full force into Hamlin’s chest. This blogger is old enough to remember when that was called “getting the wind knocked out of you.” The medical term for it is “a blunt trauma to the solar plexus.” It happens all the time on football fields. It sucks. You literally feel like you cannot breathe due to temporary paralysis of the diaphragm caused by a spasm. But the condition clears up in 15 to 30 minutes, and you go back out and play.
For the record, only one NFL player in history has collapsed and died from a heart attack, cardiac arrest or any other cause on the field – Detroit Lions wide receiver Chuck Hughes on October 24, 1971 against the Chicago Bears.
Uche Nwaneri – former Jacksonville Jaguars vaxx zealot suddenly collapses and dies
Mr. Uche Nwaneri was an offensive guard in the NFL. He played seven seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2007 until he was released by the team in 2014. Mr. Nwaneri had a YouTube channel called The Observant Lineman.
He was a die-hard vaxx zealot. Mr. Nwaneri, 38, not only received the injections himself, but referred to the non-vaccinated as “dumb asses” and “dumb MFers.”
He advocated for vaccine mandates, and called for the non-vaccinated to be imprisoned.
Mr. Nwaneri likely received at least one booster shot.