The tragic on-field collapse of NFL player Damar Hamlin may have been caused by the COVID-19 shot, Dr. Peter McCullough revealed in a recent interview.
During Tuesday’s broadcast of Fox News‘ “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the top cardiologist explained NFL athletes like Hamlin are regularly screened for underlying heart issues.
He continued to say that after watching the play that took place just moments before Hamlin collapsed, “it looked like a primary cardiac arrest.”
Dr. McCullough commended the work of the medical staff tending to Hamlin on the field and optimistically suggested Hamlin “can have neurological recovery” thanks to their help.
Getting to what may have caused the incident, Dr. McCullough noted the leading concern is “vaccine-induced myocarditis, if indeed he’s taken the vaccine.”
He also said the doctors working on Hamlin “have a public health obligation to tell us if he’s taken the vaccine.”
Later, Dr. McCullough told Tucker, “The FDA says the vaccines cause myocarditis and heart damage. Autopsy studies show it can be and is fatal. The same is true for blood clots and neurologic damage. Our agencies should be protecting the health of Americans and safety is job one. I’m disappointed that they’re minimizing it.”
On Twitter, Dr. McCullough posted an image from a recent paper showing a sharp increase in deadly cardiac arrests in athletes since January 2021.
Time will tell what the official word from doctors is regarding this tragic story.
Don’t miss Dr. McCullough’s latest appearance on The Alex Jones Show.
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