The string of sudden cardiac arrests at last week’s Travis Scott Astroworld Festival shocked the world.
How could hundreds of young concertgoers fall to cardiac episodes in such a short timeframe?
The mainstream narrative explains that the compact crowd caused panic and a frenetic push towards the stage.
That influx created such congestion that attendees couldn’t breathe, fell to the ground, and were trampled by others.
While I’m not dismissing the festival’s enormous, unruly crowd, I want to bring attention to another potential culprit to the cardiac arrests.
Could the wave of heart attacks be triggered by graphene oxide inside concertgoers who received the experimental COVID-19 injections?
Proof of COVID-19 jab or negative test was a requirement to enter