"Fully Vaccinated" NFL Megastar JJ Watt Says His Heart Went Into "A-Fib" This Week, Had to Be Shocked Into Rhythm
Nobody in corporate media, the NFL, or the Arizona Cardinals will mention that atrial fibrillation is listed on government websites as an adverse reaction reported following Covid jabs.
There was breaking news from the NFL that nobody will tie to the Covid-19 vaccines because that's just not allowed.
Arizona Cardinals All-World defensive end JJ Watt said his heart went into "A-Fib," or atrial fibrillation, on Wednesday and had to be shocked back into rhythm. Here's his Tweet:
I was just told somebody leaked some personal information about me and it’s going to be reported on today. I went into A-Fib on Wednesday, had my heart shocked back into rhythm on Thursday and I’m playing today. That’s it.
A study posted on the NIH website last year listed atrial fibrillation as an adverse reaction from the Covid-19 jabs.
According to the Mayo Clinic, atrial fibrillation "is an irregular and often very rapid heart rhythm (arrhythmia) that can lead to blood clots in the heart."
Covid-19 injections have caused millions of adverse reactions in the United States alone. Despite this, organizations like the NFL continue to push their players, coaches, and staff to get fully vaccinated and boosted, not because the vaccines have demonstrated efficacy but because that's what the powers-that-be expect from them.
Numerous athletes have become ill and even died due to increased physical activity that is inherent with their lifestyle combined with the adverse reactions from the Covid jabs. It's speculated that the spike proteins cause blood clots and microclots that damage organs of the body, including and especially the heart.
If JJ Watt has any brains he'll hang up his cleats and retire from the NFL. As long as the league continues to push the jab and boosters then he's in serious danger. This episode was just a warning. He's lucky he's still alive. Probably his vigorous workouts was the only thing that saved him. But, as long as he keeps getting boosters then he's at risk of a more serious cardiac episode.
Makes you wonder if the Tua concussion imbroglio isn't a cover for his heart going into afib. He showed all the classic signs after the first hit. Nearly fainting on the field and unable to walk off. Then the second hit sent him into fibrillation again. Conjecture on my part? Why else would they have cleared him to play a couple if days later other than his afib stopped. If the Tua suffered two severe concussions that close together than for all intents and purposes his NFL career should be over. Since the damage to his brain is irreparable.