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Pro basketball player Óscar Cabrera was diagnosed with myocarditis in 2021 after collapsing during a game.— OutKick (@Outkick) June 24, 2023
Cabrera said the heart condition was a result of the COVID jab, which he was required to get for work.
He died of a heart attack this week at 28.https://t.co/lSGYFL2lSZ
The Daily Mail is reporting that "A Dominican basketball player died this week from an apparent heart attack after previously blaming a case of myocarditis on two compulsory doses of the Pfizer vaccine he received during the COVID-19 pandemic."
"Óscar Cabrera Adames, 28, was battling myocarditis – an inflammation of the heart – prompting a stress test in Santo Domingo this week, where he suffered a heart attack and died, according to multiple reports. Myocarditis reduces the heart's ability to pump blood, making strenuous exercise potentially fatal, according to the American Heart Association."
"After his death, Cabrera Adames' old social media posts resurfaced, showing him blaming the rare disease on the COVID vaccine. 'I got a damn Myocarditis from taking a f***ing vaccine (I got 2 doses of Pfizer),' read a portion of his translated social media post from January. 'And I knew it! Many people warned me. But guess what? It was compulsory or I couldn't work. I am an international professional athlete and I am playing in Spain. I have no health problem, nothing, not hereditary, no asthma, NOTHING!'"
The Canadian Independent posted the video of him collapsing during a basketball game. During the Covid pandemic all cause mortality did not rise. After the RNA genetic vaccine roll out it did.
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More jabs; more illness: "HART reported in January that there was powerful evidence from more than one source that the more injections people had had the higher their risk of contracting covid. One important study in this area was of over 50,000 healthcare workers in the Cleveland Clinic. The researchers observed that the infection rate per person was higher for every additional dose given. This should have been game changing but was ignored or dismissed as not being peer reviewed work. The work is now peer reviewed and was published on 19 April 2023."