(Heavy.com) Back in June of this year, the Pegula family — who owns the Buffalo Bills NFL football team — announced that co-owner Kim Pegula was hospitalized with a “sudden” illness, but have so far refrained — even after four months — from releasing any specifics about her condition:
Buffalo Bills co-owner Kim Pegula is improving amid her emergency health crisis, an insider has revealed.
The Pegula family announced this week that Kim was being treated for an undisclosed health issue, providing no details about the specifics. Kim and husband Terry Pegula own both the Bills and Buffalo Sabres.
“Kim is receiving medical care as a result of some unexpected health issues,” the family said, via ESPN. “We are very grateful for the progress she has made over the past few days. She has an exceptional team of medical experts at her side. We ask that you keep Kim and our family in your prayers and ask that you respect our need for privacy.”
A figure close to the Pegula family has now provided an update that brings good news for the family.
A thread on the subject of Pegula’s health has been posted on Reddit — and commenters have, in fact, speculated whether she may have had a sudden stroke and/or a heart condition which may have been caused by the vaccine.
It’s been four months since this story originally ran about Pegula’s health crisis — and still no specifics have been released — odd considering her high public profile, and her apparent close relationship with the small Buffalo community.
But we’ve seen stories like this all too often since the “vaccine” rollout during the COVID Pandemic™ — people with no known health issues have been “suddenly” hospitalized or even worse — many have died for no apparent reason.
In fact, the leading cause of death in the last two years in highly-vaccinated Canada has been for “reasons unknown.”
32 young doctors in Canada have suddenly died — leaving people wondering how this could be “just a coincidence.”
And keep in mind that the Buffalo Bills were among the very first NFL teams to require that fans who wanted to attend home games in 2021 during the “pandemic” show proof of vaccination to enter the stadium.
And there was controversy surrounding the vaccine requirement in Buffalo at the time — reported on the national level — wide receiver Cole Beasley refused the vaccine and said he would retire before taking it — and Rachel Bush-Poyer — wife of safety Jordan Poyer — openly questioned the lack of choice over the untested vaccine on social media.
Kim Pegula is still very young — only 53 — and appeared to be in excellent health — her daughter is a professional tennis player.
Would the Pegulas insist that fans and players get vaccinated without getting vaccinated themselves? Given the Pegula’s connection and commitment to the Buffalo community — which included donating free Super Bowl tickets to frontline health care workers — that seems unlikely.
We are not suggesting we know what has caused Kim Pegula’s “sudden” and “unexpected” illness — but given the timing and secrecy surrounding it, the public has been left wondering what really happened — most likely we may never know for sure.
Perhaps even her doctors don’t know the cause — given that most doctors deny any connection between the experimental vaccine and any serious side effects — despite documents released by Pfizer admitting to them.
However, if the vaccine were involved, it may explain why Pegula’s recovery so far has taken over four months without any specifics about her progress.
And given that the Pegula family very publicly supported public COVID vaccination, it seems unlikely that if the vaccine were the cause of her health problems that the team or family would publicly admit it — for fear of discouraging both fans and players from getting vaccines in the future — or of vindicating Cole Beasley’s refusal to take the vaccine.