It’s the latest baseless plot to engulf the nation: Damar Hamlinthe The safety of the Buffalo Bills, who went into cardiac arrest during a game on January 2, actually died on the field from a COVID vaccine and was replaced with a dual body as part of a massive cover-up by everyone from the NFL to Pfizer.
It sounds odd, but conspiracy nonsense has gone mainstream this week — prompting teammates and Hamlin to address suggestions that he has been cloned, while the national media prefers New York Post Office, Fox News and TMZ claims are included.
The origin of the plot dates back to the week that Hamlin almost died. He went into cardiac arrest on the field just moments after being hit by the Cincinnati Bengals’ Tee Higgins and everything looked terrible.
Hamlin was unconscious as paramedics cared for him for nearly 20 minutes before an ambulance took him away. At the time, some self-proclaimed experts claimed that Hamlin would not survive, and to save face, the NFL or the vaccine manufacturers would find a way to cover up his death.
The conspiracies quickly lost their footing when there were updates that Hamlin’s health was rapidly improving. Mr. FaceTimed teammates from his hospital bed on January 6 and quickly transferred to a medical facility in Buffalo, then all discharged together — posted on social media, including My pictureall over.
However, the conspirators returned with vengeance this weekend, when Hamlin attended the Bills’ knockout match against the Bengals — where it took place. almost frozen—and the TV cameras never clearly captured Hamlin’s face, who was covered with a mask and hoodie.
At one point in the game, the broadcast cutscene Hamlin herding the Buffalo mob out of his suite. Again, the camera zoomed in on Hamlin from across the field as the snow fell heavily, so it was difficult to see his face clearly — another detail the masterminds managed to capture.
Wild questions soon emerged about Hamlin: Is that a double body? How can he wave if his ribs are broken during CPR? Why didn’t he take off his hood? Is that a UFO???
“CPR – broken ribs. How did he wave his hand like that?” posted Peters. “This man looks ready to PLAY in that game on Sunday. Never take off your hood, cover the sun, or lower your mask. Why didn’t @NFL give way to Damar Hamlin for his miracle stadium ‘return’? This is fake.”
While it’s human nature to be intrigued by even the craziest conspiracy theories, it’s an easy thing to debunk Damar Hamlin’s humanism, no matter how conspirators try to use ‘what’ death’ of Hamlin as a way to go further. vaccines are deadly nonsense.
First, there is a general sense. How was the NFL able to get so many people, including Hamlin’s family, friends and senior teammates, involved in such an elaborate cover-up? What about the countless nurses and doctors at the hospitals in Cincinnati and Buffalo?
If that’s not enough to make you see the light, there’s plenty of physical evidence that Hamlin—the real Hamlin!—is alive and well.
To begin with, Hamlin posted a photo from his hospital bed on January 8 shows most of his face. He posted another photo on monday—this time mocking those who thought he was dead — with the caption “replica” showing him standing with his head bowed outside a mural in Buffalo.
Philadelphia Eagles rerun Miles Sanders also posted a video on January 8 of a FaceTime call with Hamlin, in which he can be seen smiling and fingering a 3 (Hamlin wears a 3 for the Bills).
“My straight guy,” Sanders happily says in the 12-second clip.
Matthew Milano, who supports the Bills, also posted a photo that clearly shows Hamlin alive and seemingly happy during a visit with teammates on January 14. A picture of Hamlin’s face was posted. widely downloaded, even by the mainstream media. like CBS.
When asked about the ridiculous theory on the podcast “Kyle Brandt’s Basement,” Josh Allen—the Bills’ star quarterback—replied, “Yeah, that was stupid.”
Allen said Hamlin covered his face over the weekend and wore a hood because it was “his swag substance,” adding that he had personally seen Hamlin in the Bills’ locker room before and after the game.
“One, it’s Damar’s swag. He likes to wear that,” Allen said annoyed. “Secondly, he was in the dressing room with us before the game, so it was Damar.”
Allen says it’s “absolutely unlikely” the conspiracies are true, sending a message to the madmen: “Stop it.”
In a tweet Tuesday, Hamlin thanked his supporters and promised the world they’d hear from him soon — something that will hopefully put these conspiracies into oblivion. wasteful.
“Thankful for all the GENUINE love, thoughts and prayers from around the world,” Hamlin Written. “Everyone will hear from me soon!”