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NCAA Golfer has severe adverse heart condition due to Covid vaccine, speaks out against vaccine mandates

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – John Stokes, an Academic Medal of Honor student and a Division One golfer at Tennessee State University, developed myocarditis (heart inflammation) four days after his second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.

The 21-year-old golfer sends a message from his hospital bed warning about the dangers of the Covid 19 vaccine, which is not talked about or informed enough.

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John Stokes, an Academic Medal of Honor student, posted a video on TikTok after he contracted myocarditis and was told he had to be out of competition for the entire season.

Stokes contracted myocarditis four days after his second dose of the Covid vaccine and ended up in the hospital. In the video, he says he knows other players who have also undergone heart surgery or had heart problems after their vaccinations.

In his TikTok video, he urges the NCAA to stop imposing the vaccine on athletes. “I wish someone had told me” about the risks of taking the vaccine, he says. “It’s not right for people to be forced to get vaccinated because there are real side effects like this that could happen to you.”

Doctors told John that his college athletic career might be over.

Like many other college athletes, John was required by the NCAA to get vaccinated.

But students were not told about the severe side effects of the vaccine — especially for young people.


A report from the Canadian province of Ontario shows that more than 100, mostly young people, were hospitalized for heart inflammation after receiving one of the mRNA type of vaccines.

According to the report from Public Health Ontario (PHO), as of August 7, 106 people under the age of 25 have been hospitalized for myocarditis related to Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines.

The report lists adverse events related to “Covid-19 vaccines” in Ontario that have gone largely unnoticed. These reports are based on communications to the Ontario Public Health Case and Contract Management Solution.

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