Damar Hamlin: What You’re Not Allowed To Say – TomWoods 1/4/23

Source: LewRockwell.com

From the Tom Woods Letter:

I’m writing to you today from the U.S. Virgin Islands — St. John, to be precise, where I’ve spent time for three Januarys in a row.

Surveying Twitter this morning, I find the overwhelming topic of the day to be the horrific incident involving the Buffalo Bills’ Damar Hamlin, who suffered cardiac arrest on the field last night. His heartbeat was restored on the field, the team said. He is in critical condition as of this writing.

Various theories have emerged to account for what happened, and I’m not in a position to adjudicate among them.

Some people, though, have wondered if this is another case of injury from the Covid shots, and all the respectable people are telling them it’s wildly inappropriate to speculate like that while a man’s life hangs in the balance.

I don’t buy that.

The way I think of it is: we’ve seen a lot of these incidents, nobody is being honest with us about them, and we obviously can’t trust the medical establishment, so we have no choice to talk openly among ourselves.

Dr. Peter McCullough pointed out in a recent paper that since the shots were deployed, 1598 athletes have suffered cardiac arrest, with 1101 of them dying. In order to find 1101 similar athlete deaths he has to examine a 38-year period.

After what we’ve been put through, after the coercion, the lies, the censorship, and the massive propaganda campaign, I’d say we’re allowed to talk to each other about what’s going on. It boggles my mind that anyone could consider such talk to be an act of disrespect toward a suffering man.

And if not now, when exactly would be the appropriate moment? Three weeks from now? A year? Ten years, by which time everyone will be pretending to have been an opponent of the shots all along?

Remember, too, that yesterday in California Bill 2098 went into effect, preventing doctors from dissenting from the consensus on the mRNA shots without losing their licenses.

Would we need to impose a law like that on an unambiguous good?…

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