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SHOCKING British Heart Foundation Ad Attempts to Normalize Young Soccer Players Suddenly Collapsing to Heart Problems (WATCH)

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The British Heart Foundation as of late distributed an advertisement advancing future innovation.

While the video didn’t talk about COVID-19 or the test infusions, it endeavors to standardize competitors out of nowhere imploding on the playing surface.

Any individual who follows WLT realizes I’ve detailed competitors “unexpectedly falling” consistently from heart-related issues.

It’s NOT NORMAL to see this some profoundly prepared actual examples drop like flies because of heart issues.
Many competitors have imploded because of heart failure during the COVID-19 punch rollout, yet established press stays quiet.

Rather than examining, “specialists” need to standardize heart failure in competitors and youngsters.

A while back, I noticed how traditional press began programming society to think strokes and coronary failures in kids were typical.
It concurs with a New York school sending an email cautioning guardians of abrupt heart failure in youngsters.

It matches with a New York school sending an email cautioning guardians of unexpected heart failure in kids.

As the quantity of soccer players falling turns out to be too huge to even consider disregarding, the British Heart Foundation needs to program us to believe it’s generally expected.

That won’t occur!
Here’s recording of a soccer player unexpectedly falling in the advertisement:

https://twitter.com/YoureAllDunces/status/1480560747415486470?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1480560747415486470%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwelovetrump.com%2F2022%2F01%2F18%2Fshocking-british-heart-foundation-ad-attempts-to-normalize-young-soccer-players-suddenly-collapsing-to-heart-problems-watch%2F

Watch the full British Heart Foundation advertisement named “This Is Science” beneath:

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