February 8, 2023 (updated 2:20 p.m. Pacific)
BUFFALO — We wrote on January 24, in our third Damar Hamlin-related story/update of 2023 the following:
“The name Damar Hamlin will fade away into obscurity, except on platforms like this, in the coming months.”
But the plot just keeps thickening, which reminded this blogger of the 1982 Richard Pryor comedy “The Toy” because “the bullsh*t is getting thick.”
Our fourth Damar Hamlin update, published on January 29, featured that video published by the Buffalo Bills and Mr. Hamlin one day prior. The video was supposed to embarrass and silence conspiracy theorists, including this blogger, because it is mainstream media “proof” that Mr. Hamlin is alive. Fast forward to January 31.
The official Hamlin Twitter account posted another video of “Damar Hamlin.” It features the exact same lighting and highly-produced, scripted style as the January 28 video. There’s also no interaction with other people in this new video, just like the last one.
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Mr. Hamlin is [was] a 24-year-old Generation Z young man with TikTok, Instagram, Twitter, $12 million to his name and, according to mainstream media, a clean bill of health. But he is suddenly camera shy. Further, there is a company called Metaphysic. Its co-founder, Chris Ume, went viral in early 2021 when he fooled the entire world with his Tom Cruise deepfake videos.
We’re making no accusations or drawing any conclusions herein. But this Damar Hamlin story is not going away until he interacts with people live on camera.
UPDATED 2:20 p.m. Pacific – Damar Hamlin wins Alan Page Community Award today.
Are you convinced he’s alive now? As this blogger stated on January 29, “It’d be a nice change of pace…to truly see young Mr. Hamlin alive, happy and successful.”
Background on Buffalo Bills co-owner Kim Pegula
Mrs. Kim Pegula is the wife of Terry Pegula. The latter made his fortune in the oil industry, particularly via fracking. He started out at Getty Oil in Texas in 1973, and today has a net worth of about $7 billion. He and Mrs. Pegula, who is 18 years his junior, married in 1993.
She was born in South Korea in 1969, and adopted by American parents in 1974. The story goes that she was working as a waitress in Belfast, New York in 1991 when Terry came in to dine. He offered her a job at his oil company, then married her a couple years later. Terry has five total kids, two from a previous marriage, and three with Kim, including professional tennis player Jessica Pegula. More on her in a bit.
The Pegulas purchased the NHL Buffalo Sabres for $150 million in 2011. They purchased the Buffalo Bills three years later for $1.4 billion. Both teams are under the Pegula Sports and Entertainment umbrella.
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Mrs. Pegula was in charge of all the day-to-day operations for the Bills. She is a die-hard vaxx zealot. Mrs. Pegula selected a few of her vaccinated “frontline workers” to sit in their luxury box seat at Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay on February 7, 2021.
She issued a vaccine mandate for all fans entering Highmark Stadium to watch the Bills for the entire 2021-22 season. All fans over age 12 had to show proof of vaccination to enter the building. The players never faced a mandate, and many of them revolted because of all the nonsensical COVID rules in 2021.
The Bills ended up having one of the lowest vaccination rates in the NFL in 2021-22. Again, Mr. Hamlin was a rookie selected in the sixth round of the NFL Draft that year. Refusal to receive the injections would have likely cost him his roster spot. Sports Illustrated confirmed in June 2021 that both Terry and Kim Pegula were vaccinated to “set an example.”
The John Murphy stroke and Kim Pegula disappearance
Mrs. Pegula was very hands-on with the Bills and the Sabres. She’s the billionaire owner of two major sports franchises. Thus a lot of people noticed when she completely disappeared from the public eye without explanation in June 2022.
The speculation intensified after the Hamlin incident on January 2. It also didn’t help that the Bills long-time radio announcer, John Murphy (67), suffered a stroke over New Year’s weekend.
Jessica Pegula is Kim’s first child and Terry’s third. She is currently the number-4 ranked women’s professional tennis player in the world. She caught sports fans completely off guard yesterday when she published a lengthy article on The Players’ Tribune. Jessica revealed that Kim suffered from cardiac arrest sometime in June 2022. Kim apparently spent several months in the hospital due to brain damage. Jessica wrote in the article:
“Today, my mom is still in recovery and although it is the same answer every time someone asks me, it is true, she is improving every day. She is dealing with significant expressive aphasia and significant memory issues. She can read, write, and understand pretty well, but she has trouble finding the words to respond.”
Jessica turns 29 later this month. But she wrote that her tennis career may be over. Jessica must pick up the slack in the vast family business, as it appears Kim is permanently disabled.
Bad batch in Buffalo?
We wrote about Florida International University football player Luke Knox last summer. He is the younger brother of Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox. Luke died suddenly on August 17 in his dorm room from what appeared to be cardiac arrest. Whether the two brothers received their injections together in Buffalo is unknown. But there sure have been a lot of coincidences in that town.
This blogger is inclined to believe Jessica’s story about her mother. Kim Pegula is alive, but there’s a strong possibility that she never shows her face in public again. There’s no convincing evidence of life at all for John Murphy. Granted the NFL has been hit hard with vaxx injuries and deaths, including coaches, broadcasters, current and former players since 2021. But no other team has suffered anything close to what the Bills have endured.
The NFL and the powers-that-be at-large are holding their collective breath this week. The Hamlin collapse on Monday Night Football was seen by a few millions Americans. The Super Bowl this Sunday will be seen by 200 million people across the globe.
It was bad enough that three reporters died suddenly at the World Cup last year. If a halftime show dancer or sideline reporter collapses during the Super Bowl, that’s one thing. But if a player collapses on Sunday, especially with the recent stories of Kim Pegula, Damar Hamlin, and John Murphy…
Stay vigilant and protect your friends and loved ones.
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