Nothing Stopped Neon Deion Sanders until the Clot Shot
The covid-19 vaccine is the smoking gun in his life-altering surgical emergency, a renowned covid doctor and researcher says.
Editor’s note: Teresa and I are proud to publish Dr. Peter McCullough, the internationlly renowned Texas cardiologist and medical researcher who led the world in successful early treatment of covid-19, saving countless lives including his father’s. Now Dr. McCullough is leading the global medical freedom movement against the tyrannical imposition of deadly mRNA vaccines and the suppression of repurposed drugs and rational scientific debate to boot. One reason we’re confident Dr. McCullough will prevail is because he is speaking the life-saving truth, and the serial liars opposing him are not only wrong they are…shockingly dumb.
Stupidity is the rotten fruit that falls from the tree of tyranny, which by eliminating debate loses touch with the facts on the ground, the truth—and reality itself. But Dr. McCullough’s fascinating analysis of the mRNA vaccine’s smoking-gun role in sadly crippling one of the greatest and speediest athletes in history, who admits he will never run again, illustrates the point.
The only mainstream media attempt to report, or rather debunk, the story comes from the Reuters fact team: “NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders had toes amputated after surgery complications, not COVID-19 vaccine.” There’s no byline except “By Reuters Fact Check,” and no evidence to support the debunking, no science, no medicine, no scholarly expert quoted, except Deion says so—he “has spoken out about having had two toes amputated due to blood clots following a surgery on his leg.” Okay, then, as long as he says so. It’s lazy, dishonest, and, yes, utterly dumb journalism.
The mendacity of the global establishment press is here revealed: Reuters, a giant global news service, employs talented or at least highly experienced science writers and medical writers. Couldn’t they spare one or two to get to the bottom of the most important scientific questions of our age—how to stop the loss of millions of lives and the worst global chaos since World War II? The answer is no. Case in point: the Associated Press fact-checker who attempted to debunk Dr. Pierre Korys’ ground-breaking paper showing the efficacy of ivermectin, which was credited with saving millions of lives, was proud of having recently written for Teen Vogue. FALSE, she wrote, not mentioning any of the dozen supporting studies.
In fact, major media fact-checkers on these vital pandemic questions are often assigned from the bottom of the editorial barrel to do the rough mindless work, like the hit men in La Cosa Nostra. Note that when they quote the CDC or NIH or a doctor who has never treated covid the depth of the science is: not true because we said so. We also asked Dr. Fauci. He says so, too. As a result, trust in the media has collapsed like never before.
Enjoy the brilliant Dr. McCullough’s take on “Prime Time” Sanders. Please support his efforts and read his Substack, Courageous Discourse, and his book, The Courage to Face COVID-19: Preventing Hospitalization and Death While Battling the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex, both co-authored with renowned true crime author John Leake.—MC.
When a blood clot lets loose on the arterial side of the circulation and lands in a vascular bed servicing an organ, a process called ischemia sets in where the organ or a region of tissue is deprived of oxygen and vital nutrients. There is very little time before injury and then often permanent damage occurs. This is best exemplified by an embolic stroke.
In top hospitals, there are “stroke teams” that rush in and try to make decisions based on rapid tests and apply interventional procedures and/or clot-busting medications within minutes. The speed at which medical response teams act is similar to trauma surgery. Because the mRNA and adenoviral DNA covid-19 vaccines install the genetic code for the coronavirus spike protein, which causes blood clots, doctors are fielding a new variety of arterial embolic syndromes in addition to stroke.
One of the first covid-19 vaccine induced deaths that I reported to VAERS (the Vaccine Event Reporting System) was a 64-year-old woman who had only baseline emphysema in her medical history. In the spring of 2021, she took the two-dose series of Moderna (100 mcg of mRNA). Within a few days of the second injection, she developed an arterial embolic syndrome where a shower of blood clots went to her legs, requiring hospitalization and blood thinners. This left her debilitated and, we later discovered, with blood clots in her venous system as well. I was called by the Dallas County Coroners Office about ninety days later when she was found dead at home. The vaccine injury requiring hospitalization was the only new medical problem, so I concluded that she had died of this thromboembolic syndrome despite the use of blood thinners.
I requested an autopsy, but the coroner’s office declined. This case was important as I heard about former football star Deion Sanders. Sanders’s webpage is an understated synopsis of his football greatness:
“More of that spectacular play continued throughout his 14-season, 188-game career. Sanders who spent time with five different NFL teams scored a total of six touchdowns on punt returns, three TDs on kickoff returns, and returned nine interceptions for scores. The multi-faceted athlete also returned one fumble for TD and had 60 receptions for 784 yards and 3 TDs during his career with the Falcons (1989-1993), San Francisco 49ers (1994), Dallas Cowboys (1995-99), Washington Redskins (2000) and Baltimore Ravens (2004-05). In all, he recorded 53 career interceptions including five with the Ravens when he returned to the field after a three-year retirement. Despite his electrifying talents as a return man, Sanders was more widely regarded as a ‘shutdown corner’ during his career. He was named first-team All-Pro nine times at cornerback in addition to receiving All-NFL acclaim by some media outlets as a kick returner in 1992 and as a punt returner in 1998. He was also elected to eight Pro Bowls during his career. Sanders retired second all-time in interception return yardage (1,331) and tied for second for most interceptions returned for a touchdown in a career (9) and a season (3). His career-high 303 yards gained on interception returns with the 49ers in 1994 was third best ever in the NFL at the time of his retirement. He also returned three picks for touchdowns (74, 93, 90 yards) that season to become the first player ever to have two 90-yard interception returns for touchdowns in the same season. He was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year. Sanders won two Super Bowls during his career. He started at right cornerback for the 49ers in their 49-26 victory over the San Diego Chargers in Super Bowl XXIX and at left cornerback in the Cowboys 27-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX.”
Sanders was also a baseball outfielder for nine seasons in Major League Baseball with the New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves, Cincinnati Reds, and San Francisco Giants. He won two Super Bowl titles and made one World Series appearance in 1992, making him the only athlete to play in both a Super Bowl and a World Series. Sanders is also the only athlete to suit up for two sports in the same day, suiting up for both the Atlanta Braves and the Atlanta Falcons. Sanders in retirement has been very active with Deion’s Family Playbook, which Amazon’s Internet Movie Database lists as the “fun-filled and compelling real-life story of Deion Sanders, [exploring] Deion as a single father raising five kids of his own, while also helping to raise five other children who live with him.” Following the conclusion of his athletic career, Sanders became an analyst for CBS Sports, NFL Network, and Barstool Sports. Sanders also founded the Prime Prep Academy charter school in 2012, where he coached until the school closed in 2015. He later served as the offensive coordinator for the football team at Trinity Christian School-Cedar Hill, which his sons attended, from 2017 until 2020, when he was hired by Jackson State as Head Football Coach.
The Shot Clot Heard Round the World
Sanders’ storied life came took a tragic turn when he did what he had aggressively pushed others to do—that is, “get vaccinated.” In 2021 Sanders made the case for everyone to get vaccinated because he wanted “to preserve life.” Additionally, he thought the vaccines would give his team an edge: “I want a chance to dominate.” He criticized Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for declining the vaccine because of known allergies. “The Jackson State Tigers’ coach said as the leader of the team, Rodgers should have gotten vaccinated.”
He did not appreciate what Rodgers understood: that no vaccine is safe in everyone. Sanders’s enthusiasm was grounded in hope but not in science. No randomized trial has ever demonstrated reductions in hospitalizations and deaths as a primary or secondary outcome. Because it was early in 2021, Sanders could not have known that the vaccines incapacitate ~25 percent of recipients for a few days and send 7 to 8 percent to the hospital acutely sick as shown in 2022 from the CDC V-safe data forced into public view by legal action. Vaccinated players are not “dominating,” rather the vaccine takes down even our strongest athletes and coaches. It is a fair conclusion that Sanders was multiply vaccinated by the time he developed arterial blood clots in the large arteries in his upper legs, which then shot to his toes—requiring several amputations. Sanders later revealed the ordeal almost cost him his leg. In 2022, he made a docuseries on his eight surgeries within three weeks and his personal struggle to be on the field coaching.
I infer from a press statement that he has an inherited tendency towards blood clotting:
“He had three blood clots in the arteries of his left leg from the back of his calf to his ankle, cutting off blood flow to his foot. He discovered that two uncles, one of whom died, and his mother had problems with blood clots.”
Pictures of the sidelines showed Sanders had lost weight and was in a scooter—undoubtedly on the long road to recovery learning to walk and hopefully run again with his surgically saved feet. At age 55, being healthy and fit, the only smoking thrombogenic gun is the multiple doses of covid-19 vaccines plus his lifelong proclivity to clotting. I wonder if Sanders, his doctors, or the docuseries producers ever read any papers, Substacks, or tweets about blood clots after vaccination. Why did he not come out and admit he was wrong, and recognize the injections had changed his life forever?
Like so many, Sanders became quiet about vaccination, with no more virtue signaling or public enthusiasm. Psychologists will be studying and writing about what is going on in the mind of someone who had unbridled enthusiasm for an experimental government vaccine and then gets burned with an obvious complication—all in public view. “Neon Deion” could help so many more now by teaming up with doctors and telling the world what vaccination did to him or how it played a role with his genetics to create a shower of blood clots to his toes. Hopefully it’s a matter of time for him to make this honest and humble run for his players and fans.
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