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December 25, 2021

Mr. Oscar Cabrera.

SANTANDER, CANTABRIA — An enthralling goal in soccer, a breathtaking slam dunk in basketball, a dramatic home run in baseball. Those are the highlights fans expect to see in their respective favorite sports. But in 2021, fans and players just hope to get through an entire game without seeing the new genre of highlights.

Cantbasket and CB Santuryzi SK, of the fourth-tier Liga EBA basketball system in Spain, were facing off at Exterior Pavilion of La Albericia in Santander on December 18. Cantbasket guard/forward and Dominican Republic native Oscar Cabrera was inbounding the ball with 2:49 left in the first quarter. He stood there, seemingly confused or in some sort of trance for a second or two, dropped the basketball, and collapsed to the floor.

Mr. Cabrera, 26, began convulsing as both teammates and opponents stood there shocked, not knowing what to do or think. Team doctor Fernando Cortina and other medics eventually stabilized Mr. Cabrera, 26, enough to get him on a stretcher and off the court. Mr. Cabrera gave a thumbs-up as he was carried out of the arena to an ambulance. The game was suspended indefinitely.

Watch the video below.

Doctors at Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital performed a battery of tests that evening and determined Mr. Cabrera suffered a syncope. The condition, pronounced “SIN-ko-pea,” is a temporary loss of consciousness due to insufficient blood flow to the brain or a sudden drop in blood pressure. This blogger has been a journalist for 25 years and was a sports reporter for four of those years. Never has the word “syncope” been written or thought of until now, particularly related to basketball.

The former Daytona State (Florida) college star was still under observation at the hospital as of Sunday, December 19. Neither the team nor the league have released further updates.

NHL shuts downs due to COVID-19 outbreaks

The National Hockey League is 99% vaccinated, according to Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly. But more than 15% of players tested positive for COVID-19 this past Monday. The league shut down completely on Wednesday to address the situation. It will resume games on Sunday after Christmas. Now go get your boosters.

Kyrie Irving gets the last laugh

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving.

The NBA is 97% vaccinated, according to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski. But the Brooklyn Nets postponed three games this past week due to 10 players testing positive for COVID-19. So now they are forced to welcome back principled, non-vaccinated Kyrie Irving to fill the voids.

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Irving is only allowed to practice and play in games outside of New York due to the vaccine mandate there. Three California teams (Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers) also have vaccine mandates for their players. But Irving can play in games at The Staples Center (Los Angeles) and The Chase Center (San Francisco) because visiting players are exempt from the mandate. Make it make sense. Even NBA all-world superstar and de-facto spokesperson Lebron James is fed up with the entire COVID-19 agenda.

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Tone deaf, impressionable soccer pro urges vaccination

Jude Bellingham.

Jude Bellingham is 18 years old, has 1.7 million Instagram followers, and a contract worth nearly $30 million. But apparently that’s not enough, as he’s either tone deaf or greedily collecting more money for endorsing lethal injections.

Here is what Bellingham told the BBC:

“I’ve had both jabs and the booster, just to be safe. I don’t want to be passing anything on to my family and be having to miss games myself. It’s not for me to sit here and say everyone has to get vaccinated, it is personal choice… obviously I want everyone to be safe, so I’d probably advise them to get it.”

It is a near-daily occurrence in 2021 for soccer players (“footballers”) across the globe to collapse on the pitch, clutch their chests and/or die shortly after playing. We get emails almost everyday of yet another incident.

A conservative estimate is that over 300 soccer players have collapsed on the pitch and/or died in 2021. Two more soccer players – Mukhaled Al-Raqadi of Muscat FC in Oman and Marin Cacic of the Croatian NK Nehaj football club – died this past week after heart attacks.

Proof in the pudding

We covered enough stories on this blog to reasonably conclude that the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections change people’s personalities. Whether it’s through genetic manipulation or some sort of exterior control is debatable. But vaxx zealotry, at this point, has surpassed the realms of ridiculous.

Sports are all you need to understand everything about these injection. They do not prevent what they are supposed to prevent. The injections will maim and kill you. And you need to continually get “booster shots” because someone tells you too, not for any medicinal purpose.

This blogger has evolved in the year of The COVID Blog. Sympathy still exists for those who are speaking out about their injuries and deaths in families. But for those who continue believing what their told instead of believing what they see with their own eyes…well, good luck to you.

Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.

 

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