February 18, 2022
SAN ANTONIO — The 49-year-old “Voice of the Saints” is dead, in yet another death that is only possible in these surreal times known as “The Great Reset” and “New World Order.”
Our Lady of the Lake University (“OLLU”) is a small Catholic school located in San Antonio, Texas. It has about 3,200 total students, with half of them being in graduate programs. The university’s athletic teams compete in the Red River Athletic Conference, in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The NAIA combined its two basketball divisions into one in 2020.
Mr. Thompson joined the military after high school, but continued pursuing his dreams of sports broadcasting thereafter. Mr. Thompson did play-by-play announcing and other radio gigs starting in 2004. The OLLU Saints joined the Red River Conference in 2008. The following year, Mr. Michael Thompson became a one-man broadcasting machine for the university. He immediately revolutionized the small athletic department by introducing live-streaming for basketball games.
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Mr. Thompson earned his bachelor’s degree in history from OLLU in 2011 at age 39. He left OLLU for a job at the University of St. Mary in Kansas after graduating, according to the OLLU athletics website. But Mr. Thompson returned to OLLU a year later and resumed that he started. He started live-streaming all other sporta on campus, including basketball, from that point forward.
One of his signature moments at the school was his play-by-play call on January 22, 2011. OLLU defeated #1 LSU-Shreveport that day.
Mr. Thompson was honored at halftime of the men’s basketball game against Langston University, for calling his 500th game for the school on January 4, 2018.
By February 12, 2022, Mr. Thompson had called more than 800 games for both men’s and women’s OLLU sports. Sadly, that day was his last broadcast.
Mr. Thompson was calling the OLLU women’s basketball game against LSU-Alexandria this past Saturday afternoon. But at halftime, the OLLU Athletics Twitter account tweeted that the game had been suspended due to “an accident on campus.” The tweet also announced that the men’s game later that day was cancelled.
We contacted an OLLU student who asked not to be identified due to the sensitive nature of the subject. They said a “very loud thud” in the bleachers silenced Mabee Gymnasium at halftime. Mr. Thompson fell from his familiar broadcasting perch near the top of the bleachers, and tumbled all the way down until he hit the floor.
“He was just laying there, not moving at all,” they told The COVID Blog™. KSAT 12 in San Antonio told a similar, but less detailed account of the events. He passed away a short time later. MySanAntonio.com and the aforementioned KSAT reported that Mr. Thompson died of a “cardiac event.”
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The vaccination status of Mr. Thompson is unclear. OLLU’s official policy states that the injections are not required. But the university, “strongly encourages all employees and students to receive the vaccination and voluntarily share your vaccine status with the university.” The school has an online database for people to upload their vaccination records. All incoming freshmen must receive meningitis vaccines.
Mr. Thompson also called games for other teams in the Red River Conference.
OLLU said it will continue live-streaming games, but will not have an announcer for the foreseeable future. Mr. Thompson is survived by his eight-year-old daughter, mother and five siblings.
Spontaneously dropping dead is now normal?
This story felt personal. This blogger was also a play-by-play announcer for two small schools in the late 1990s and early 2000s. University studies were also delayed until age 30.
Regardless, it’s safe to say that nothing remotely close to this has ever happened in U.S. sports history. Granted we’ve seen comediennes, television broadcasters and soccer players collapse, with some dying, on live television. The common denominator is that all of these incidents took place in 2021 or later, when experimental injections are being pushed on the global populace.
Just last month, long-time ESPN announcer Ron Franklin passed away. The cause of death was “COVID pneumonia.” We all know what that really means. The only consolation here is that Mr. Thompson died doing what he loves. Meanwhile, millions of Americans are lining up for lethal injections to keep jobs that they hate. Hope it’s worth it.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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