The mere mention of young, vaccinated athletes possibly suffering serious health problems as the result of COVID shots is strictly verboten by left-stream media at the mercy of Big Pharma. Mediaite slapped down Charlie Kirk this week for raising the idea that Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest could possibly be related to vaccination.
The Blaze “fire starter” Jason Whitlock insists, however, the subject should be fair game for discussion, in light of Monday’s incident when the Buffalo Bills’ player nearly died after tackling an opponent.
Kirk suggested that a vaccine might be responsible for Hamlin’s injury. “This is a tragic and all too familiar sight right now: Athletes dropping suddenly,” he said on Twitter.
Whitlock, who considers himself an anti-vaxxer, is undecided about Hamlin’s case in particular. He believes vaccination opponents have made a case with anecdotal evidence, and he slammed Big Pharma for trying to silence honest debate about the issue.
First, Whitlock said, “Football is the proverbial bad guy. Speaking ill of the game is celebrated in modern America, where anything as uniquely American as tackle football is despised.”
Secondly, corporate media members risk wrath and censorship by “questioning the methods and products of the pharmaceutical industry,” Whitlock says. It’s safest for them to just follow the politically correct narrative.:
Big Pharma is the most influential advertiser in all of television. Sports television now depends on pharmaceutical companies the way it once depended on Miller Lite, Bud Lite, and Old Milwaukee. The dope dealer replaced the bartender as the biggest bully in TV.
Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna are the puppet masters of the pontificators on television. The vaccine manufacturers demand that their puppets blame football for whatever happened to Damar Hamlin on Monday.
Whitlock is getting less skeptical to the possibility that vaccines (like those promoted by the NFL) may cause more harm than good. “If it’s fair to blame football, why not ponder the impact of the so-called clot shot?”
Elon Musk’s Twitter Files proved that social media platforms banned and shadow-banned people who dared question COVID shots. “YouTube discourages its users from negatively discussing the shot,” Whitlock added.
Big Pharma wields tremendous power over the NFL with its advertising money. It has a say in what can and cannot be said on all platforms. “(NFL Commissioner) Roger Goodell would rather have football blamed for Hamlin’s collapse than have football viewers second-guess their fifth booster,” Whitlock said.
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