An Ohio teenager’s football career was cut short this year after he was hospitalized and had to have bizarre, 6-foot-long blood clots removed from his legs. This comes on the heels of embalmers and Italian scientists sounding the alarm about people suddenly developing massive, weird, rubbery clots in their veins since the rollout of the COVID shots.
The good news is that it looks like the teenager will live, although he’s taking blood thinners for now and his football career is officially over. The bad news is that the medical establishment and the media are continuing to pretend that the COVID vaccines are not the cause of this problem.
Italian scientists published new research on strange blood clots in people that are double vaccinated. 94% of people who took two COVID shots in the study group had strange, oddly shaped clotting structures that had formed in their blood.
Also, this week, embalmers have begun blowing the whistle on “strange clots” that they’re finding in the veins of deceased people, which only started showing up in 2021. Just as a word of caution, these clots are nightmare fuel, so think twice before you do a Google search for pictures of what they look like. Seriously.
The Ohio teen’s name is Kaden Clymer, and he is a student at Wauseon High School in the town of Wauseon. He was set to play as a junior lineman on his school’s football team this year, but he fell ill a few days before the season opener game. Kaden started having severe pain in his back and his legs, so his dad took him to the emergency room.
When Kaden got to the Toledo Children’s Hospital, his legs had swollen to four times their normal size. The pain in his legs kept increasing.
“I just wanted to go home honestly. I didn’t really care what they did to me, I just wanted to go home,” said Kaden. “I was crying and upset because I’ve played football my whole life and I just wanted to play with my friends.”
But he won’t be playing with his friends this fall. Doctors discovered SIX FEET of blood clots in his legs, which were so thick that they had to remove them. Kaden now has to receive blood thinner injections in his stomach every day until further notice. Having received these blood thinner shots myself as an unvaccinated heart patient, I can tell you this: The shots are slightly more painful than stepping on a LEGO brick in your bare feet in the dark. They’re awful.
The blood thinners are the reason why Kaden’s football career is over. If he’s lucky and his prognosis remains good, he might be able to play on his school’s baseball team next spring. Kaden spent nine days in the hospital, and he was barely able to walk when he checked out. He was diagnosed with a condition called IVC Atresia. Inferior Vena Cava Atresia is a rare form of deep vein thrombosis.
Prior to 2021, the condition only appeared in males in their early to mid-30s. The key word there is “only.” Patients younger than 30 don’t normally get IVC Atresia, and patients over 40 don’t get it. So, how is it possible that a 17-year-old kid suddenly got the condition after the rollout of the COVID vaccines?
To give you an idea of just how stupid reporters are – which is one of my favorite pastimes – the words “COVID” and “vaccine” never appear in the story abut Kaden that aired on TV station WTOL in Ohio. You can tell from the way the story is written HERE that it never even occurred to the reporter that just maybe there’s a connection between these clots and the COVID shots.
Meanwhile, Kaden’s mother is now giving him two blood thinner shots in his stomach every day. “I don’t enjoy giving them to him and I know he doesn’t like getting them. Yet, he does it with a smile and we appreciate that. It could’ve been so much worse.”
Could have been worse how? It probably could have been much better if Kaden had, you know, never been given the COVID shots. Because it’s pretty clear to the rest of us out here in the world that it was the vaccines that caused this.