A 28-year-old athlete has died suddenly of a heart attack publicly blaming his “compulsory” Pfizer Covid shot for giving him myocarditis.
Professional Dominican basketball player Óscar Cabrera Adames took to social media to reveal he had been diagnosed with myocarditis – a side effect of the mRNA jabs.
Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle (myocardium), according to the Mayo Clinic.
The inflammation can reduce the heart’s ability to pump blood and can cause chest pain, shortness of breath, and rapid or irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmias).
Severe myocarditis weakens the heart so that the rest of the body doesn’t get enough blood.
Clots can form in the heart, leading to a stroke or heart attack.
Cabrera announced in 2021 he suffered from myocarditis, which he said as a result of taking the experimental COVID vaccine.
“I got a damn Myocarditis from taking a f-cking vaccine. (I got 2 doses of Pfizer),” Cabrera wrote on Instagram.
“And I knew it! Many people warned me.
“But guess what? It was compulsory or I couldn’t work,”
“I am an international professional athlete and I am playing in Spain.
“I have no health problem, nothing, not hereditary, no asthma, NOTHING!”
“I suddenly collapsed to the ground in the middle of a match and almost died,” he said.
“I’m still recovering and I’ve had 11 different cardiology tests done and guess? They find nothing.
“I have no cholesterol, no fat, nothing! 7% body fat 93% muscle.
“When they give me the diagnosis, they tell me that I won’t be able to play for at least 5 months until my heart goes down again and they can’t give me that medicine.”
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Cabrera began his basketball career at Daytona State College in the National Junior College Athletic Association but was arrested in 2016 for soliciting sex from a minor.
Pfizer and Moderna launched investigations into their own COVID mRNA vaccines last November to determine the long-term risks of myocarditis after multiple medical studies revealed a correlation and causation between the Covid shots and a major increase in heart problems, specifically among men under 40 years old.