On Friday, successful businessman and inventor Steve Kirsch tweeted about an alleged curious 50x increase in cardiac arrests per year in sports.

Steve Kircsh is responsible for a number of inventions, including the optical mouse. He’s a Democrat donor and founder of the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund (CETF), a vaccine safety research foundation to fund research into off-label treatments that have already been approved by the FDA to be used for the treatment of COVID-19. In addition to raising funds for his foundation, Kirsh has donated $1 million of his own money to the cause.

The following day, in response to Kirsch’s tweet, a Twitter user who goes by the name of “Motherpuncher” tweeted a video he claimed to have taken during an Old Dominion college basketball game that shows a player collapsing on the court.

Players looked on in shock as Imo Essien, a sophomore guard on the Old Dominion University men’s basketball team, collapsed during a game against Georgia Southern. Players were visibly upset, with some of them crying.

MSN reports – The incident occurred with about 13:13 left in the first half. Old Dominion sophomore guard Imo Essien was on the defensive side of the ball when he fell onto his butt on the court. He struggled to get back to his feet and started to lay down on his back, appearing to be in pain.

Here’s another video of the incident:

Last week, 24-year-old Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field during a game against the Bengals. According to the doctors who treated Hamlin, the cause of his collapse was cardiac arrest. Until recently, Buffalo Bills were demanding that fans produce proof of COVID vaccination to enter the stadium to watch their team play.

Over the weekend, while appearing on CBS News’ “The Takeout,” Dr. Fauci called the concerns over the COVID vaccine “horrible lies, nonsense, misinformation, disinformation and conspiracy theories.” CBS News host Major Garrett never asks Dr. Fauci to explain the incredible increase in athletes collapsing on the game field or court, many, if not all, who have received the experimental mRNA vaccine as a condition to play their respective sport.

Many medical professionals are accusing Dr. Fauci of misleading the public about how the safety of the COVID vaccine and are concerned about the alarming number of individuals, especially young men, who are experiencing heart issues, especially myocarditis.

Dr. Peter McCullough,  MD, who has been on the front lines of the fight against COVID vaccines, shared the video of Dr. Fauci talking about “very, very rare cases of myocarditis” related to the COVID vaccine on the CBS show. Dr. McCullough ripped into Dr. Fauci for failing to show up at US Senate Panels on vaccines and for being “afraid to face concerned clinicians and scientists who are seeing patients and staying current on the medical literature.”

Conservative actor Kevin Sorbo says it best:


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