Kirk Herbstreit: long-time ESPN football analyst will miss NFL Draft coverage this week due to blood clots

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April 26, 2022

Mr. Kirk Herbstreit.

BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT — A 52-year-old former college football quarterback and long-time television personality is out of action for at least a week due to a very familiar condition on this blog.

Former Ohio State University quarterback Mr. Kirk Herbstreit has been a co-analyst with Mr. Lee Corso on ESPN’s College Gameday since 1996. He never made it to the NFL after college. But Mr. Herbstreit found his calling in broadcasting. He is essentially the face of college football, and one of the most recognizable voices in the industry. But unfortunately he works for Disney-owned ESPN, where vaxx zealotry rules.

ESPN implemented its vaccine mandate in May 2021. Many employees rebelled. SportsCenter co-host Sage Steele called the vaccine mandate “sick” and “scary.”

Sage Steele.

But ultimately if you want these mainstream media jobs, you must do everything they tell you to do, no matter how immoral or wrong. Steele reluctantly received the injections before the September 30 deadline to keep her job. ESPN baseball reporter Allison Williams admirably stood on principle.

Allison Williams.

She left ESPN in October due to the mandate. Mr. Herbstreit was not going to allow experimental injections to stand in the way of his iconic status in sports broadcasting. Now he’s paying for it.

“Out of an abundance of caution…”

It’s unclear when Mr. Herbstreit received his first mRNA injection. But he announced his second Pfizer shot on April 22, 2021, almost exactly a year ago. Mr. Herbstreit said he was thankful and appreciative for the opportunity to receive the shots.

There’s no definitive proof that Mr. Herbstreit received a booster shot. But ESPN has a booster mandate in place for employees working at stadiums and arenas.

Mr. Herbstreit announced yesterday via Twitter that doctors diagnosed him with a blood clot. He did not provide further details as to the type and location of the clot. Mr. Herbstreit said he will miss the NFL Draft in Las Vegas later this week due to the condition. Here is the video via Twitter.

Mr. Herbstreit did not indicate when he would return to his other ESPN duties.

It’s just not worth it

Mr. John Clayton, another long-time ESPN and ESPN Radio personality, passed away on March 22 at age 67. Reports say he died of a “brief illness.” We all know what that means. This blogger told the story of his early radio broadcasting days in a previous article. The things you must do to work in that industry are simply not worth it. Once the novelty ran out, and it became just another job, that was it. Sycophantic obedience is a prerequisite if you desire to work in mainstream media.

We’re seeing several cases recently of people getting sick or dying almost exactly a year after their second injections. Mrs. Kristen Manwaring died after a months-long illness on April 15. She received her second injection on March 3, 2021. Mr. Thomas Senzee died “tragically and unexpectedly” on March 24, 2022. He received his second injection on April 23, 2021. Dr. Charles Hoffe’s prediction that most of the vaxxed will perished within two years is starting to look prophetic.

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Hal
Hal
5 months ago

Kirk was a decent QB at OSU and quickly became an analyst for college games. He was really good at that but became unwatchable for me. Most sports are unwatchable for me these days. Working for espn he had to be fully vaxxed and boosted. Oh well, collateral damage. The price of being intellectually challenged. Good luck to you Kirk you may have a short road to death.

Annie
Annie
5 months ago

“To be vaccinated and feel that freedom. No brainer for me. appreciative of the opportunity.” Wow! I had to read that several times to comprehend it. I guess blood clots and a mandated shot is his definition of freedom that he appreciates. Wow! And is possible premature death a “freedom” to be appreciated too? I’m sorry that this has me floored. God help this fool. Wow!

Ladyhawke
Ladyhawke
5 months ago
Reply to  Annie

I’m empathic, so I understand the ‘freedom’ statement. For me, the last two years have been a cauldron of stress. The pressure of mandates, the uncertainty of our government, censorship, Covid itself, etc.
Also, this so-called freedom relieved many people of personal responsibility in their minds….they weren’t the bad guy, they did their part, their income kept coming in, and the ‘big, red eye’ was turned away from them. Would that promote a freedom feeling? First me the answer is a big yes!
But ohhhh, that asterisk!!!!!

Annie
Annie
5 months ago
Reply to  Ladyhawke

Being badgered, mandated, threatened and fired never equals freedom. Just my opinion. I do understand what you are saying.

Doc Holiday
Doc Holiday
5 months ago

I gotta say the entire 1-2 year mass death prediction is frightening to think about since ALL of us have loved ones who either caved or were zealots to begin with. Sad!

Rox
Rox
5 months ago
Reply to  Doc Holiday

Agreed……..Its a count down we would prefer not to have.

Indomitable
Indomitable
5 months ago
Reply to  Doc Holiday

My ex and my daughter have not taken it, but the rest of my family has.
I have found a new dating interest who has not taken it, so there is that at least.

Ladyhawke
Ladyhawke
5 months ago
Reply to  Indomitable

I’m very happy for you! Wish you all the best!

Kielanders
Kielanders
5 months ago
Reply to  Doc Holiday

Got a sister-in-law heading for the cardiologist in the next week for recent heart palpation & chest tightness. She’s a college educated professional, fully vaxxed & boosted, and worried about my wife and I as we’re unvaxxed. The wife’s side of the family thinks we’re crazy – it’s total f#cking insanity out there.

To boot, my adult nephew, vaxxed with J&J last year at the behest of his church, is heading to specialists to evaluate him for psoratic arthritis that just appeared out of nowhere, and which is particularly nasty – joint swelling, vicious rashes, also can attack the heart, he almost needs a cane or walker at this point.

Last edited 5 months ago by Kielanders
Jim
Jim
5 months ago
Reply to  Doc Holiday

So they remove that clot, patch him up, and send him home. Then what? Where are we in 6 months .. 12 months.. is it a one time thing.. do blood thinners solve this? The clotting is still happening.

I’m coming to accept that I am going to bury my entire family, and all of my two dozen or so friends, except _one with a brain.

Work is coming after me again with “travel requirements” so I guess that will fall soon, then come take the house, I don’t care .. and we’ll get the funerals rolling. Maybe I’ll have a nice shirt to wear.

At least I can think about my cells, and know they are just doing what they’ve always done. For millions of years they have been the same. There’s not some toxic spikey bit being continually produced and fought against in my blood vessels. So I’m doing pretty good still. The harder I think about this, the harder it is to understand how anyone would agree to such therapy. Ignorance and lack of critical thinking is the only answer. A no brainer indeed.

MICHAEL P HAMMER
MICHAEL P HAMMER
5 months ago
Reply to  Jim

I’m not burying anyone or attending any funerals for clot shot suicides. I warned everyone and they said I was crazy and got mad at me.

Rox
Rox
5 months ago

Allison Williams the TRUE MVP of ESPN.

Septimus
Septimus
5 months ago

Each day that goes, I am thankful for websites like thecovidblog.com that have kept me sane the last two years. And have helped me stay steadfast in my decision to never get vaccinated.

Frank DiGorgio
Frank DiGorgio
5 months ago

Remaining at pedo grooming Disney/ESPN was more important to him than his health, so he can live with his life decision to get the suicide jabs.

This won’t be his last clot. R.I.P. in advance.

StatisticsJason
StatisticsJason
5 months ago

Interesting that he associates the shot with freedom. I see it just the opposite. If you are forced to get it you don’t have freedom in the least.

Maria
Maria
5 months ago

I also believe there is no freedom if it is conditioned, nobody gives you the freedom, we are born with it and it was given to us by God. If the society evolved in such a manner that is no longer fair (taxes ok others passports) but evolving into forcing a jab, next will be:
– forcing abortion
– forcing bood and the organ donations
– forcing assisted suicide for vulnerable people or eldery when they are no longer of use
etc you can add
The amount of people accepting the jab for ”freedom” is scary, they will comply with absolutelly everything.
Thankfully, there are many that didn’t comply and sooner or later the world will be populated by us

Dawna
Dawna
5 months ago

This is exactly my thoughts as well. Where is the freedom in being forced to do something that you wouldn’t otherwise do to keep your job? I’d rather live under a bridge, in a cardboard box.

Joekerr
Joekerr
5 months ago

So freedom can now be injected through a syringe???? “No brainer” has multiple meanings.

Giselle
Giselle
5 months ago

“…I respect everyone’s decision, I really do, but to mandate it is, um, sick. And it’s scary to me in many ways. But I have a job, a job that I love, and frankly, a job that I need, but again, I love it.  Sage Steele

What strikes me as even more ‘sick’ is someone doing something that they feel is ‘sick’ for money and prestige and lacking the self-esteem that they could still survive and find employment with a non-sick employer. Her actions overrode her words and showed her true character.

There are many critical thinkers who didn’t cave who had much more to lose than her. But there are also many who followed orders just to keep dead-end jobs that offered much less. It’s a prevailing mindset which reminds me to not be surprised that Americans are once again obediently supporting warmongering actions in a conflict which could lead to WWIII.

Kris
5 months ago
Reply to  Giselle

And worst of all…a person who caves because of a nagging family member. My 98-year-old dad was healthy as horse in 2021. He still worked in his shop all day, and still drove his own pick-up. He was the only one of my family members who still spoke to me, having been disowned by the remainder decades ago for being a “conspiracy theorist”. I begged him not to get the vax, which his wife was pushing him to do. Having escaped three times from a forced-labor camp in WWII, he had every reason not to trust the government.

In June his wife slipped up and spilled the beans that they BOTH had been vaxed twice.. She was very nasty about it too…because she knew I had been advocating he not be vaxed. At first I thought he had gotten a saline placebo, because he was fine until November (except for losing 30 pounds and having digestive problems) but suddenly he developed rapid-onset CJD and died January 3rd.

Imagine out-foxing the Nazis three times, going on to live just 15 months shy of your 100th birthday…and then to be killed by a vax you didn’t even want, because you were too spineless to stand up to your nagging wife. I’m fairly sure that soon I will be the sole survivor of my family…but it will be a hollow victory… because there will be no-one left to say: I told you so.

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Droxine Rose
Droxine Rose
5 months ago
Reply to  Kris

Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your father. Was very sad to read. I also fear I may be the last one left in my family in the not too distant future.

Kris
5 months ago
Reply to  Droxine Rose

Thank you, Rose. The first three months were pretty rough for me. I’m feeling a bit better now. Still, it all feels so futile. I spent years tutoring my dad about the NWO. He really did believe me.. yet, in the end it was not enough to save him. I really, really wanted to see him reach 100.

Giselle
Giselle
5 months ago
Reply to  Kris

I am truly sorry for your loss, Kris…my late father fought in WWII as well and suffered a lifelong injury in battle. There were so many sacrifices made in the name of “freedom” but I look at these nations, particularly the former WWII Allied nations and I think…what on earth did they sacrifice for?

The vaccine has caused and accelerated countless deaths and suffering. It has also exposed the real face of certain nations (including the U.S., France and Canada to name just a few) which used this pandemic to manipulate and groom their citizens to accept authoritarian rule. It’s frustrating to know that regardless of age, social position, education, race and whatever demographics you can name, people have been indoctrinated to ignore past and very recent history. All to conform to some weird brand of nationalism–namely giving their complete trust to governments that have not earned it without question. That’s how we got WWI and WWII.

Kris
5 months ago
Reply to  Giselle

Thank you, Giselle. Actually, my father never fought. His country was invaded, and all the men who could work were sent to slave labor camps. In my opinion, WW II was a Globalist coup…totally unnecessary. Millions died for nothing but to further the NWO. Sadly, most Europeans never figured out the truth.

Giselle
Giselle
5 months ago
Reply to  Giselle

Just saw this on Deadline.com about actor Steve Burton who is a great example of someone who probably had more on the line at risk than Sage Steele:

[Steve Burton,] the former General Hospital star who left the ABC soap in 2021 after failing to adhere to its vaccine policy is joining the second installment of Beyond Salem, Peacock’s Days of Our Lives spinoff. Burton left GH for failing to comply with its COVID-19 vaccine mandate. He had returned to the sudser in 2017 after playing Jason on and off on GH from 1991 to 2012. His departure in 2021 came three weeks after the soap drop-kicked Ingo Rademacher, who had been a vocal critic of COVID-19 mandates.

Burton left an employer after a relationship spanning three decades because he valued his health and self-respect. And for everyone else who lost their jobs and trying to regain their footing, take heart (no pun intended). You may not have to wait as long as you thought–because if these vaccine-created deaths and diseases begin to steamroll and the obedient end up dead or under constant medical care, there are going to be good number of job openings. I’m sorry for them but the truth is that we all had a choice.

Kriss
Kriss
5 months ago

“No brainer” Perfect way to describe being happily jabbed. Didn’t gain the sheeple much social “freedom” either; shots didn’t work on acquisition or transmission or severity of disease; and if you’re sick from the shots, there’s no freedom in being down and out, going from specialist to specialist. He says he trusts his doctors in the video. 🙁

farmerz
farmerz
5 months ago

Oh geez, I’m so bummed, here I am going to miss out on his NFL draft pic commentary…… zzzzzzz

Geraldine Muir
Geraldine Muir
5 months ago

Lay off the fried foods, salads, wine/beer, Feta cheese, pomegranate juice, bedroom ‘rumpy pumpy’, salt, ciggies/tobacco, pawpaw festivals, strenuous exercise, mouthwash, meditation, potato waffles, fresh air, DVD Box sets, airplane travel, garlic, novels, gardening, weekend golf, French kissing, aftershave, sun-kissed holidays……………..and you won’t have any clots! [the gist of my comment: IGNORE THE BIG ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM]

Last edited 5 months ago by Geraldine Muir
john wilson
john wilson
5 months ago

good luck with that triple vax!

Kim Karma
Kim Karma
5 months ago

That’s interesting because Mel Kiper is reporting the draft from home because he declined the vax.. see they have a choice.

Schrre
Schrre
5 months ago

Seems like a nice man… But, I’m just wondering –Do these people have any scientific knowledge?.. Most athletes can control their diet, weight, exercise, body mass index, breathing rate, muscle mass, reflexes, hydration, altitudes, etc., but they can’t refrain from something this unusual & risky??….
“I’ll be back next year.”… He says this as if unexplained blood clots just spontaneously go away–?!!… I have family who had natural blood clots, and it never fully went away!!.. When your cardiovascular system has been afflicted, it’s usually a degenerative condition, and can be fatal.
Hoping for mercy, but it’s out of our mere mortal hands!~

Last edited 5 months ago by Schrre
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