Athletes are dropping like flies from heart problems likely caused by the vaccine

Professional athletes worldwide are dropping like flies from heart problems during matches, and few in the media are willing to point out the obvious.

Thomas Lambert

November 26, 2021

Professional athletes worldwide are dropping like flies from heart problems during matches, and few in the media are willing to point out the obvious.

Just yesterday, professional soccer player Charlie Wyke needed to be transported to a hospital after collapsing on the field in the middle of training.

The day before, Adama Traore collapsed on the field while clutching his chest in the middle of the game, clearly indicating that he was experiencing a heart attack, cardiac arrest, or a stroke.

The day before that, on November 23, Sheffield United’s John Fleck also collapsed on the field and needed oxygen to be administered immediately to save his life before he was carried off in a stretcher.

Yes, that’s three in three days.

According to the German news outlet Report 24, over 75 athletes have collapsed due to heart problems between June and October 21, just five months. Certainly not something you’d expect from people who pride themselves on their health and physical prowess.

Moreover, according to a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine in 2017, “Over the course of 18.5 million person-years of observation, 74 sudden cardiac arrests occurred during participation in a sport; of these, 16 occurred during competitive sports, and 58 occurred during noncompetitive sports. The incidence of sudden cardiac arrest during competitive sports was 0.76 cases per 100,000 athlete-years, with 43.8% of the athletes surviving until they were discharged from the hospital.”

Oh, how things have changed since 2017.

This phenomenon isn’t limited to soccer players, either.

On October 30, Slovakian hockey player Boris Sadecky collapsed on the ice during the first period while playing against the Dornbirn Bulldogs and later died in hospital. The cause of his death was not published out of respect for his family.

The same day, Sengelese basketball player Doudou Faze died following a heart attack he experienced while playing.

On October 21, Tevita Bryce of the Montclair Rugby Football Club needed to be rushed to hospital in the middle of the game after he fell to his knees due to a sudden heart attack.

In early October, basketball player Brandon Goodwin of the Atlanta Hawks said he was adamant that the vaccine he took to remain in the league gave him blood clots, which ended his season.

“I would always have back pain,” Goodwin said during a Twitch stream. “I was just super tired in the games. I was so tired. I felt like I couldn’t run up and down the court. My back was hurting. My back really started hurting bad. Then, I’m like, ‘OK. I need to go to the doctor. That’s when I found out I had blood clots. That all [happened] within the span of a month.”

“I was fine until then,” continued Goodwin. “I was fine up until I took the vaccine; I was fine. People trying to tell you, ‘No. It’s not the vaccine.’ How do you know? You don’t know.”

“Yes, the vaccine ended my season,” Goodwin stated. “One thousand percent.”

He later rolled back his statements due to backlash and a stern talking-to from members of the Atlanta Hawks and NBA.

There are, of course, more cases to list. In fact, as far as I can tell, there hasn’t been a single week in 2021 where an athlete hasn’t collapsed from heart problems (with many proving fatal) during a game or training or been forced to stop participating in games due to blood clots.

The phenomenon has become so frequent that many from the athletic community have begun to raise their voices, demanding various sports organizations begin investigating and deduce what is causing it.

Though, at this point, it should be obvious. And no, it’s not climate change.

“Hey @FIFPRO are you not a little bit concerned about how many of your members are suffering heart problems during matches? If you are what action are you taking on behalf of them,” asked pundit and former Soccer player Matt Le Tissier on Twitter.

“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,” asked Head Coach Trevor Sinclair.

“Is anybody brave enough in football to ask why? Or shall we pretend nothings happening,” asked Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme.

Indeed, with so many athletes either collapsing on the field or dying from heart problems, an investigation is warranted to determine what has changed that has caused the notable rise of health problems of vaccines.

And, of course, what has obviously changed is the vaccine in late 2020 and vaccine mandates in 2021, which compel pros to get it.

Thus, the question becomes: “Is the vaccine causing players to collapse, or isn’t it?

Unfortunately, due to the political, anti-science atmosphere created by the media and government, we will likely never get a straight answer.

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