Healthy Athletes Suddenly Fall Ill, Die After Forced Covid Injection – And The Media’s Silent
Healthy athletes at the top of their game suffered debilitating, and in some cases career-ending, side effects following mRNA Covid jabs – but don’t expect the media to report it!
‘I’m a Division 1 student athlete with no prior health issues and I got the second COVID shot Tuesday, and within four days I have been diagnosed with myocarditis and was told that I probably won’t be able to play my senior season now.’
While the media, governments and pharmaceutical giants repeat the mantra the Covid vaccine is “safe and effective,” anecdotes of deadly adverse reactions from student athletes tell a very different story.
As the fall semester began, several universities imposed mandates requiring students to be vaccinated.
Following the mass vaccination drives, there’ve been numerous reports of severe vaccine injuries among student athletes worldwide, along with mysterious deaths of otherwise healthy young students.
Christian Blandini, a University of Catania volleyball player described as a “rising star,” died inexplicably on September 9.
In a statement, the university described the industrial engineering student’s passing as a “sudden death.”
The lack of any additional information surrounding Blandini’s untimely death led many to speculate the Covid vaccine may be to blame.
Indeed, the University of Catania requires students accessing facilities to have a Covid-19 “Green Pass” which show a person’s been vaccinated. The university also urges they “strongly encourage all those who have not been vaccinated to do so.”
University of Ottawa Gee-Gees defensive lineman Francis Perron died suddenly over the weekend following his team’s season opening 11-10 loss to the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.
“Perron studied mechanical engineering at the University of Ottawa and was in his fifth season with the program. He was twice honored as a U Sports Academic All-Canadian for his work on the field and in the classroom,” noted BleacherReport.com.