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NCM on the Shannon Joy Show
In case you missed it, I was on the Shannon Joy Show last week with my good friend and fellow warrior, Dr. Clayton Baker (@cjbakermd on Twitter) talking about how NCM got our start, the importance of community activism, the colleges (101 as of last Friday) that are STILL mandating COVID vaccines and calling upon USC to conduct an investigation into what led to Bronny James’ cardiac arrest.
While LeBron James has publicly stated that he and his family took COVID vaccines; it is unclear how many vaccines Bronny James took, if he took them in anticipation of signing his letter of intent on May 10, 2023 to join the USC Trojans for the 2023-2024 season and his arrival on campus on June 14, 2023, and if the COVID vaccines he took are responsible for his cardiac arrest.
USC coerced all of its students athletes to take COVID initial series and booster vaccines in order to keep their standing and continue playing their sports. It was not until May 19, 2023 that USC dropped the mandates after thousands of student athletes complied with the stringent requirements to take these vaccines for a virus that never posed any risk of severe illness or death to healthy young adults and never protected the community from infection or transmission as USC and so many other colleges claimed that they would.
It is incumbent upon USC to conduct an investigation into the cause of Bronny James’ cardiac arrest given the level of coercion USC levied upon their student athletes over the last three years. If his cardiac arrest had nothing to do with the COVID vaccines then let us know, but until proven otherwise, we are led to believe that the vaccines could have played a role and even caused this unfortunate situation, and we can only hope someone with enough influence and attention will come forward to demand an investigation.
Our segment begins just before the 43:00 minute mark.
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