NFL legend JJ Watt suffered heart arrhythmia on 28 Sep. 2022. Had heart shocked back into rhythm

1 year ago

JJ Watt says he went in atrial fibrillation (A-fib) on 28 September 2022. He had to have his heart shocked back into rhythm.

The CDC says atrial fibrillation is the most common type of treated heart arrhythmia. An arrhythmia is when the heart beats too slowly, too fast, or in an irregular way.

The NFL published about a year ago:

"94.6% of NFL players are vaccinated; nearly 100% of NFL personnel are vaccinated."

Starting in the 2021-2022 season, the NFL has a rule that if there is a 'COVID' 'outbreak' among UNvaxxed players, all players will lose their game check. However, if a similar outbreak occurs among vaxxed players, they don't lose their game check.

Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill told reporters in July of 2021 when he was in the process of getting fully vaccinated:

"The NFL has made it clear what they want to happen. If you don't fall in line, they're going to try and make your life miserable because of the protocol. I wouldn't have gotten the vaccine without the protocols that they are enforcing on us. I think it's a personal decision for each of us."

In the second part of the video, dr. Ryan Cole explains the mechanism of how the COVID jab can cause disturbance in heart rhythm.


JJ Watt segment:
Dr. Cole segment (starting at 1h06m):

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