March 14, 2022
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI — Deion “Prime Time” Sanders is, without question, the greatest NFL defensive back of all-time.
He was a two-time consensus All-American cornerback at Florida State University in 1987 and 1988. He was selected fifth overall in the 1989 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Mr. Sanders was originally drafted in the sixth round of the MLB (baseball) draft in 1985 by the Kansas City Royals. But he never signed with the team. The New York Yankees drafted him in the 30th round in 1988; and signed him to a contract.
Mr. Sanders, 54, is the only man in history to play in both the Super Bowl and the World Series. He’s also the only man to score an NFL touchdown and hit a MLB homerun in the same week. Two-sport phenom Bo Jackson never even did that. Mr. Sanders was good at baseball, particularly stealing bases. But he was so great as an NFL cornerback, opposing quarterbacks typically avoided throwing to his side of the field altogether. Mr. Sanders was also a prolific kick and punt returner. He played a total of 13 seasons in the MLB and 14 seasons in the NFL.
The guy wasn’t part of the show. He was the show.
Mr. Sanders was inducted into both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame in 2011. His next challenge in life was coaching his two sons in high school. Then he became the head coach at Jackson State University in 2020, during the so-called pandemic. Both of his sons, Shedeur and Shilo Sanders, are key contributors on the Jackson State team.
Vaxx zealotry run amok
“Coach Prime,” as he’s called by media and his players, got off to a slow start due to so-called COVID-19. Jackson State’s 2020 season was delayed until the spring of 2021. It was also shortened to just seven games. The team went 4-3. Mr. Sanders felt that the only thing preventing him from becoming a great coach, on the same level that he was a player, was COVID-19. He bought into all the injection hysteria hook, line and sinker.
Mr. Sanders told the Arkansas Democrat in July that “freedom of choice is real” as it relates to the injections. He said “quite a few” of his players had already received the shots Mr. Sanders also offered this strange advice regarding the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections.
“I just want the kids to be truly understanding of what’s at hand. I just want them to approach the vaccine like they approach their sex life. Print that. Read between those lines.”
In that same article, Southwestern Athletic Conference commissioner Charles McClelland said, “Get vaccinated because if you don’t, you’re not going to go through the season, and somebody could take your spot. It could be a detriment to the team.”
Mr. Sanders had a more direct and forceful tone a month later. He told the Clarion Ledger that he’d been vaccinated “for quite a long time.” Mr. Sanders then said this:
“One thing about this vaccination, it preserves life. I want a chance to win, to dominate. I want a chance to take this university and these young men and women to another level. How am I going to do that if I’m not here?”
The article goes on to say that the Jackson State football team, including all coaches, players and staff, are 100% vaccinated.
Blood clots and toe amputations
Mr. Sanders reportedly had foot surgery in September. But then everything became a mystery from there. He missed the team’s October 23 game against Bethune-Cookman, and the October 30 game against Mississippi Valley State. It was reported at the time that he was battling “a significant health issue.” Mr. Sanders missed a third game on November 6 against Texas Southern before returning to the sideline the following week. He took to Twitter on November 10, to talk about “complications following [my] foot surgery.”
The full truth would not be revealed until months later when Episode 5 of Barstool Sports’ docuseries Coach Prime was released on March 8. Mr. Sanders suffered from three femoral arterial blood clots in his left leg. Of course vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences. But Mr. Sanders immediately blamed a family history of blood clots. It’s a similar line taken by NFL defense end Vinny Curry. He developed post-injection blood clots in August, forcing him to miss the entire 2021 NFL season. Mr. Curry said his situation was “hereditary.”
Doctors ultimately cut Mr. Sanders’ left leg open to drain fluid that was accumulating inside. That procedure saved his leg. But his big toe and second toe had to be amputated as a result. Mr. Sanders was shocked when he looked at his foot for the first time post-surgery.
Blood clots are one of the top two adverse reactions to the mRNA and viral vector DNA injections, along with heart inflammation. Mr. Sanders is also now at least the fifth case of post-injection amputations we’ve covered on this blog. He lost 35 pounds while in the hospital for those 23 days. Not one mainstream media outlet mentioned his vaccination status or those common adverse reactions.
Denial of the fittest
What Coach Prime is doing at Jackson State is nothing short of spectacular in the world of college football. He led the school to its first 11-win season in its 111-year football history. Coach Prime also landed two very high-profile recruits to the program, something that hasn’t happened at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) since the 1980s. Mr. Sanders is also bringing millions of dollars to the city of Jackson because of his success. Unfortunately his future is now completely uncertain.
Mr. Sanders is a very close friend of FS1 commentator and fellow NFL Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe. He is also a vaxx zealot, and completely programmed to promote and gush over the injections without even being prompted. It’s nauseating listening to this guy anymore.
Deion Sanders is the reason this blogger became a wannabe football player in high school and subsequently a sports reporter. Like Mr. Sharpe on television, Mr. Sanders was a rebel who did things his way and was the best at what he did. Now both of these men are nothing but puppets for big pharma. These are two very strong personalities that are now unpaid Pfizer spokesmen. It just shows how powerful this global psychological operation truly is.
Mr. Sanders won’t even entertain the obvious, in that the injections likely caused the blood clots. His high-profile pal at FS1 won’t and hasn’t said anything about it either. The injections are still not affecting U.S. sports like they are international soccer. Mr. Sanders is by far the highest profile athlete or coach with a likely vaxx injury. Perhaps a few more of these are necessary to open the eyes of the obsequious masses.
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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