Correlation is NOT Causation, But …

No, correlation is not causation. Frankly, I don’t know what to make of this phenomenon of Sudden Death — in many cases healthy young people dying of heart failure, cardiac arrest. I heard a remarkable round table discussion the other night on Twitter that included a broad spectrum of medical pros, from pro-vaccine stances to anti COVID vaccine folks. One doctor said he’s torn about the what happened to Damar Hamlin because he’s seen all the videos on social media showing athletes passing out (some dying) on the field. He said he’s struggling with whether it’s like purchasing a new Hyundai Palisade car and then noticing all the Palisades on the roads. Meaning because there’s been so many video images of (presumably vaccinated) athletes having heart attacks that he’s hyper sensitive to the point of projecting that onto Hamlin. And he’s got plenty of company. I’ve seen those videos too. And that’s precisely what I thought when I saw Hamlin keel over.

I blame all of this on government/Big Tech censorship. For those folks who’re furious at people who’d speculate about the vaccines while Damar is fighting for his life — this is what censorship buys you! If career medical experts and people in general were not censored, if there was healthy discourse and debate from the beginning of this pandemic, there’d be no undercurrent of so-called “antivaxxers” and ”conspiracy theorists.” This dialogue would have been out in the open. I agree with these two Cardiologists. Until such time these unexplained sudden deaths are thoroughly investigated, it’s fair game to suspect that these experimental COVID drugs are the problem, Until Proven Otherwise!

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