Bob The Plumber and Marien talk about vaccinated soccer star Sergio "Kun" Aguero collapsing mid-game – Brighteon.TV
Bob Sisson, also known as Bob The Plumber, and his guest host Marien Barrientos talked about soccer star Sergio "Kun" Aguero's mid-game collapse during the Nov. 4 episode
of "CLO2TV" on Brighteon.TV
. Aguero is a healthy young man forced to get vaccinated against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine by his team.
Barrientos explained why the incident was a big deal in Latin America. "Soccer is the biggest sport in Latin America, and Aguero is the second best Argentinian player after [Lionel] Messi. He actually played [in the] Manchester City football club in England, and he's one of the most-loved soccer players that has ever played there," she told Sisson.
"Now, he was hired by [FC Barcelona], which is one of the biggest worldwide teams in soccer. Before they [finalize] these big-deal contracts, sports people do a lot of research [on] the teams to make sure that they are completely healthy. Because it's millions of dollars at stake," Barrientos continued.
According to the guest host, Aguero was "one of the most cared-for players" in the world of soccer – having passed all physical examinations before he was hired by FC Barcelona. However, the football team required all players and staff to be vaccinated, including Aguero.
during an Oct. 30 soccer match between FC Barcelona and Deportivo Alaves. A report by InfoWarsArmy
said the 33-year-old Argentinian striker was examined by medical staff before being taken to a nearby hospital. A statement by FC Barcelona said Aguero "reported chest discomfort and has been admitted to the hospital for a cardiac exam."
The soccer player was later diagnosed with tachycardia
– a condition where the heart beats more than 100 times per minute.
"Aguero dropped on the field playing, he was taken to the hospital – and he now has heart problems. This is a guy who's been playing soccer for years; one of the top players in the world. Because of this tachycardia, he's going to be out of the field for three months. If everything goes OK, then he can go back to playing. But they don't know how he's going to respond to treatment," Barrientos said.
"Everybody was talking about that, at least in Latin America. They could not hide that because it happened in the middle of an FC Barcelona match, and they had to stop it. So yeah, it's so sad." (Related: Teen dies of heart attack soon after getting COVID shot so he could play hockey: report
Vaccine triggering cardiac issues in young people
Many other young people have reported cardiac issues after getting injected with the COVID-19 vaccine. Sisson attested to these reports, citing an article
published in conservative news website ZeroHedge
"I was just reading an article sent to me this morning [from] ZeroHedge
, and it's talking about hospitals and emergency rooms all over America. They're beginning to clog up, but it's got nothing to do with COVID. People are having all these heart problems and stuff, and their blood is clotting. I can't imagine what could cause that," Sisson said. (Related: Young man suffers HEART ATTACK after getting injected with Pfizer vaccine
article talked about a Michigan hospital overwhelmed with patients with heart problems. Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan has had its hands full after the 72 rooms of its emergency department were filled up. Doctors at the hospital say their patients suffer from various illnesses – such as abdominal pain, respiratory problems, blood clots and heart conditions.
by Kaiser Health News
(KHN) mentioned that there has been an increase in people coming to the emergency room with more serious conditions such as strokes and heart attacks. Dr. Lisa Moreno, president of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, attested to this increase.
"We are hearing from members in every part of the country. The Midwest, the South, the Northeast [and] the West, they are seeing this exact same phenomenon," she said.
Caleb Cox, a data scientist at the Epic Health Research Network, told KHN that the increases are "an early indicator that what's happening in the emergency department is that we're seeing more acute cases than we were pre-pandemic."
Sisson said about the ZeroHedge
article: "A lot of people are having a lot of trouble right now. I think that's what this ZeroHedge
report is about – all the people that are clogging up the emergency rooms all over America. People are dying and things are getting bad. We're expecting a very difficult winter because the jab that they're giving people is destroying their immune system
According to the Brighteon.TV
host, this increase in hospitalizations due to cardiac problems has been swept under the rug by the mainstream media. "Nobody's talking about it because the [mainstream] media is not going to report about it. They don't want you to know about it because they're trying to keep all this stuff quiet."
Watch the full Nov. 4 episode
of "CLO2TV" with Bob The Plumber and Marien Barrientos below. Tune in to "CLO2TV" every Thursday at 11-12 p.m. on Brighteon.TV
has more articles about the cardiac issues Aguero and other athletes have experienced.