Another young, healthy male athlete has suddenly collapsed and died in a phenomenon that is becoming increasingly common in the last two years.
Hunter Brown, a sophomore Center for the Air Force football team, died at the age of 21 on his way to his dorm after suddenly collapsing.
Brown’s death comes just over a week after Bills Safety Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac arrest during a Prime Time Monday night game between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals.
While it is not yet clear if Brown collapsed due to a cardiac-related incident, research has come out indicating that young males who took the mRNA Covid-19 vaccine are at a significantly increased risk of myocarditis.
A report released by Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo found that males aged 18-30 were almost twice as likely to suffer from a cardiac-related incident as a result of taking the Covid-19 vaccine.
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Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough discusses his findings with Tucker Carlson on the disturbing trend of more young athletes collapsing on the field with heart issues than ever before.
"The leading concern here is vaccine-induced myocarditis, if indeed he's taken the vaccine." pic.twitter.com/MILxJgecjy
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Air Force football player Hunter Brown suffered a medical emergency on his way to class Monday and died, the academy announced Tuesday. He was 21.
Brown, a sophomore center for the Falcons from Lake Charles, Louisiana, was on his way to class from his dorm room when he collapsed. Emergency personnel attempted life-saving measures but were unsuccessful, the school said.
“Hunter was a standout offensive lineman on the Falcon football team and was well-respected in his squadron,” Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark, U.S. Air Force Academy Superintendent, said in a statement. “The entire U.S. Air Force Academy mourns his loss, and our hearts and condolences are with his family, his squadron, and all who were touched by this incredible young man.”
Brig. Gen. Paul D. Moga, Commander of Cadets added: “It is with a heavy heart and profound sadness I share with you that we have lost one of our own. He leaves behind friends, grieving teammates, a grieving cadet wing, and a devastated family.”