Fully-vaccinated 42-yr-old BET host Marc Lamont Hill was hospitalized after he suffered a heart attack and pulmonary embolism.
The former CNN host frequently accuses white people and Trump supporters of being racists:
In 2018, the former CNN host was fired from his job for making anti-semitic remarks:
Last week, Lamont-Hill hosted a segment on BET where a pulmonary specialist and Nation of Islam representative debated the importance of getting the COVID vaccine. The Nation of Islam representative argued that Americans should be free to do the research and make their own choices about which type of preventative or alternative COVID treatments they take, and should not be forced to take a vaccination that pharmaceutical companies are pushing.
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Lamont-Hill asked the pulmonologist if natural immunity provides better protection than the COVID vaccination. Dr. Jamie Rutland admitted that natural immunity is proving to be just as effective as the COVID-19 vaccination and that he doesn’t encourage patients that have had the virus to get the vaccination.
Yesterday, Lamont-Hill announced on Instagram that was “home and recovering after a rough week.”
“After my successful Achilles surgery on Friday, I was rushed to the ER on Saturday after suffering a mild heart attack. Turns out that I had DVT (deep vein thrombosis), which caused a pulmonary embolism. Blood clots nearly completely blocked my lungs, preventing blood flow to my heart. The doctors told me that I was VERY lucky not to have died. Fortunately, I received EXCELLENT medical care from the team at Temple University Hospital. The doctors accurately assessed my condition and removed the clots. My body is worn out and sore but I couldn’t feel more grateful to be alive and on the path to full recovery.”
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So, were Lamont-Hill’s blood clots a result of the COVID jab? Did Lamont-Hill contract COVID while fully vaccinated, causing the blood clots, or was it simply a case of bad luck? Most likely, we will never know the answer to any of those questions. We live in a bizarro world, where doctors are refusing to talk about the adverse reactions to the COVID jab or about the COVID-related hospitalizations of fully-vaccinated individuals, and of course, there’s big tech, who’ve hired “fact-checkers” to read stories like this one and slap labels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram warning you about believing what you see with your own eyes.
You may not like his politics or even the vile accusations he makes about white people and Trump supporters, but in the end, he is a child of God, so we ask that you consider praying for a complete and speedy recovery for BET host Marc Lamont Hill.