Arizona Cardinals All-World defensive end J.J. Watt reported that his heart went into “A-Fib,” or atrial fibrillation, on Wednesday and had to be shocked back into rhythm. However, the fully vaccinated football star reports that despite the medical incident, he is still playing in today’s game against the Carolina Panthers.
According to the Mayo Clinic, Atrial fibrillation, or A-fib, is an irregular and often very rapid heart rhythm that can lead to blood clots in the heart. A-fib also increases the risk of stroke, heart failure, and other heart-related complications.
Despite having AFib, Watt was listed on the injury report as questionable for the game against the Panthers with a “calf injury.” He didn’t practice on Wednesday or Thursday and was limited in practice on Friday.
NFL on FOX reporter Jay Glazer said Watt started to feel off on Wednesday and went to the hospital Thursday to get his heart “shocked back in.”
Why was JJ Watt listed as having a “calf injury”? Was his team or the NFL trying to hide his heart complication? A complication that has been linked to the Covid vaccine?
RAIR Foundation USA recently reported on Nurse Collette Martin, who delivered jaw-dropping testimony during a hearing in Louisiana regarding “terrifying” adverse events from the Covid vaccines. She also drew attention to the complete lack of reporting and failures of Centers for Disease Control (CDC)-approved Covid treatment protocols in hospitals.
The long-time registered nurse said in part that “[T]he reactions [from the Covid vaccines] we’re seeing in the hospital with adults are terrifying and being ignored.” Some of the “post-vaccine reactions” she saw were “blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, encephalopathy, heart arrhythmia such as atrial fibrillation.”
In September, Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury proudly announced his team was 100% vaccinated. “Fully vaccinated” players can eat out on the road and are not confined to the hotel. They can eat with teammates in the lunch room, and there are no restrictions on the number of players who can be in the weight room at one time.
The controversial “vaccines” have caused millions of adverse reactions, many even deadly, worldwide. Yet, despite the threats to people’s lives, organizations like the NFL continue to push their players, coaches, and staff to receive the injections and the boosters.
As reported previously at RAIR, there is an epidemic of “fit and healthy athletes” mysteriously dropping dead of “unknown causes” or heart complications after receiving the experimental Covid “vaccines.”
A few weeks ago, a 21-year-old senior football player at pro-vaccine Ouachita Baptist University (OBU) “suddenly and expectedly” died after collapsing on Sunday morning. Yet, on Thursday, Clark Yarbrough, the seemingly healthy athlete at the height of his football career, helped lead his team to victory against Oklahoma Baptist in Oklahoma.
A tragic death recently occurred in Canada when a 19-year-old hockey captain, Eli Palfreyman, collapsed and passed away mid-game, sparking many online to question whether the league’s vaccine mandate played a role.
On August 23, 2022, another so-called “unexplained” and “sudden” death of a top athlete tragically occurred. Rob Wardell, a 37-year-old Scottish pro-athlete mountain biker, died in his sleep after going into cardiac arrest. Yet, two days before that, Rob won the elite men’s title at the Scottish MTB XC Championships against expectations.
During a recent segment on GB News, commentator Mark Steyn detailed the many deaths of healthy athletes who have been “vaccinated” in cycling, rugby, football, boxing, and many other sports: