The Hot Zone: Cardiac Arrest
Understanding the catastrophe that is killing the young and fit.
Recent unexpected deaths of young athletes and a young, gifted church pastor in Texas prompted me to interview Dr. McCullough about the precise causes and mechanics of cardiac arrest. What exactly do we mean by “cardiac arrest,” how can (and should) these events be investigated, and what measures can be taken to prevent them from happening?
No one has done more investigative scholarship about this catastrophe than Dr. Peter McCullough. Please listen to him explain what is happening and what more can be done to understand this phenomenon.
Because we aspire to share this video on other platforms (outside of Substack) we refer to COVID-19 vaccines as “the product introduced in 2021.” We hope that with this veiled reference, we might succeed in slipping the video past the censors and shadow-banners. To paraphrase Robert Frost:
But why declare
The things forbidden that while the [censors] slept
I have crossed to [the public forum] with?
Dr. McCullough concludes with a few words about the McCullough Foundation. At the heart of this new institution is his ceaseless effort (starting at around 4:30 every morning) to investigate what is causing the elevated incidence of young people suffering sudden cardiac death.
Because we are still living in the Twilight Zone of federal agencies, legacy media, and much of the medical profession not even acknowledging the problem, the task of figuring out what is going on has fallen to him and his relatively small group of colleagues.
One of our key objectives at the McCullough Foundation is to craft messages that will reach young people. As we are discovering, young people have become very audio-visual in their learning habits. I am therefore assembling a team to help us produce educational videos about COVID shots and cardiac arrest and many other subjects that are being completely neglected by our legacy media.
Please consider giving a donation to the McCullough Foundation to support our work.