Video Showing Damar Hamlin Using Illuminati Devil 666 Symbols Sparks Seditious Conspiracy Theory Trend

A few weeks ago conspiracy theories surrounding Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest began shortly after the event occurred on January 2nd, 2023. Some conspiracy theorists believe that the whole incident was a hoax, and that Hamlin faked having cardiac arrest. They believe Hamlin’s hospital room was full of props, suggesting that it was all staged. Furthermore, many believe that a fake ambulance came on the field, because it had no logos or words, and looked more like a U-Haul truck. This has led some to believe that Hamlin was never actually taken to the hospital, and that the whole event was a ruse. Now this has been compounded with more evidence from his appearance in the crowd of an NFL game.

Video Showing Damar Hamlin Throwing Up Illuminati Devil 666 Symbols Fuels a Conspiracy Theory

Now a new video has added more fuel to the conspiracy theories surrounding his cardiac arrest. At a recent Buffalo Bills game Damar Hamlin was seen making Illuminati 666 devil worshiping symbols with his hands. First he makes the Illuminati pyramid symbol, then makes 6’s with his hands, which commonly represents the devil number ‘666’ in Illuminati occult conspiracy texts.

This has even more people convinced that his cardiac arrest was actually an Illuminati ritual taking place on national television. You’ll find that many of the most successful athletes money wise have Illuminati paraphernalia on their bodies, such as Luka Doncic’s tattoo. Take a look at the footage below, then we will explain in more detail why people think his collapse on the field was a hoax created by the Illuminati.

The Early Evidence that Fueled the Conspiracy Theory Damar Hamlin’s Cardiac Arrest Was a Staged Hoax Illuminati Ritual

The conspiracy theory of a hoax began to trend when a nurse commented on Damar Hamlin’s IG post asking why he wasn’t connected to a heart monitor, which she insinuated would be standard in situations related to cardiac arrest even after the patient is alert and awake. She then pointed out that his saline lock IV was not taped properly, and stated it looked more like a hospital prop. IG user 2LarryJohnson7 who reposted the nurse’s questions suggested that Hamlin staged the medical emergency for monetary gain by pointing out he started a clothing line and other ventures that capitalize off the situation in just the past few days.

Video Showing Damar Hamlin Throwing Up Illuminati Devil 666 Symbols Sparks Seditious Conspiracy Theory Trend

In a viral Instagram video the same conspiracy theorist pointed out the ambulance that came on the field was said to be from the UC Health Center. However, it seemed to have no branding, and no lights. In addition when the IG user ran the license plate number from Hamlin’s ambulance through a public database it led to a 2016 Chevrolet Express.

Video Showing Damar Hamlin Throwing Up Illuminati Devil 666 Symbols Sparks Seditious Conspiracy Theory Trend
Damar Hamlin Ambulance Side by Side with Alleged Regular UC Health Model Image Credit: IG @2LarryJohnson7
Video Showing Damar Hamlin Throwing Up Illuminati Devil 666 Symbols Sparks Seditious Conspiracy Theory Trend
No Words or Branding on Alleged UC Health Ambulance Image Credit: IG @2LarryJohnson7
Video Showing Damar Hamlin Throwing Up Illuminati Devil 666 Symbols Sparks Seditious Conspiracy Theory Trend
Ambulance Vin Number Shows a 2016 Chevrolet Express Image Credit: IG @2LarryJohnson7

If the incident was indeed a hoax, it would be incredibly difficult to pull off. It would require an immense amount of planning and coordination, and it would also involve a massive risk. Not only would it be difficult to keep the whole thing quiet, but it would also be dangerous to fake a medical emergency. With that said, that could be proof the Illuminati may be connected, because that is something only they would have the power and resources to pull off.

Do you think Damar Hamlin is an Illuminati member now?

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