‘This is why you need to kick your corporate media habit’ — Jason Whitlock has some strong views on how the media handled Damar Hamlin’s tragic, on-field cardiac arrest

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A shocking tragedy unfolded during Monday Night Football. With 5:58 left in the first quarter, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed after standing up following a tackle by Bengals wide receiver Tee Higgins.

Fearless” host Jason Whitlock shared his thoughts on how social media reacted to Hamlin’s cardiac arrest and his restored heartbeat. Whitlock observed how the devastation was “strong enough to convert the users of the most secular social media platform, Twitter, into Christians.”

Jason said many users and sports commentators were quoted saying, “Praying for Damar,” and compared football players to heroes who sacrificed their lives. Watch the clip to hear Jason tear into the corporate media.

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