Brandon Goodwin – NBA Point Guard Got Blood Clots Following COVID Vaccine

The former Atlanta Hawks guard had to sit out the 2020-2021 season after being hospitalized from Blood Clots.

However the Associated Press and The NBA reported he was out for the playoffs with a “respiratory condition”. And that his condition was minor.

I guess blood clots after a vaccine that ends the season for a professional NBA player, is bad for Big Pharma’s business?

But, if you listen to his side of the story, as told on a twitch stream, he’s crystal clear what happened to him.

“I got sick, then I never recovered from it. I would always have back pain, and I was super tired in the games. When we played Philly back to back, I was so tired, I felt like I couldn’t run up and down the court and my back was hurting. When we went home, that’s when my back started hurting bad, and then I knew I had to go to the doctor.”

“That’s when I found out I had blood clots. That all happened in the span of a month. I was fine until then, up until I took the vaccine, I was fine.”

“The vaccine ended my season 1000%.”

He then goes on to share that the Atlanta Hawks called him the next day, when he was still in the hospital. They told him they were to going tell the press that his season was over.

Brandon was told he was not allowed to say anything about it, and to not tell anyone about his situation.

Brandon signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers and appears to have made a full recovery.

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