Steve Kirsch consulted Dr. Peter McCullough in order to determine what might have happened.
There is a term, commotio cordis, that describes this type of situation. A blunt hit to the chest causes a potentially lethal heart rhythm abnormality. I had been familiar with this type of injury but was unfamiliar with the term.
I had another potential explanation– cardiac tamponade. This occurs when trauma causes fluid to fill the sac surrounding the heart.
Kirsch explains in his post that the Buffalo Bills are a 100 percent vaccinated team.
It must be understood that the impact that caused this apparent injury was not unusual for football. Hamlin was making a tackle, although it would be fair to say that he took a much harder hit than the guy carrying the ball.
It was a typical football play that had never before caused a “sudden death” scenario.
McCullough explains that mild, subclinical myocarditis due to the vaccine could have predisposed him to developing a lethal heart rhythm.
Pericarditis can be a set-up for developing cardiac tamponade when there is a blunt hit to the chest. Is it possible he might have had mild, subclinical pericarditis due to the vaccine?
These are two possible mechanisms for what might have happened– commotio cordis and cardiac tamponade. Of course, there is always a possibility that neither of the above was the key factor. But we have to keep the vaccine in mind.
Recall how Aaron Rodgers was pilloried mercilessly by the media/left complex when he refused to take the vaccine. Forcing the vaccine on young athletes who had virtually no risk of dying due to Covid-19 is a crime against humanity.
Addendum: Dr. Paul Alexander has more commentary.