Former Football Player Dies Suddenly at 25 After Suffering Cardiac Arrest While Jogging: ‘We’re Heartbroken’


Jack Hescock, who played college football for the University of Central Florida and Wisconsin, died Sunday according to his family

The former tight end, who was 25, had suffered cardiac arrest while jogging earlier this month in Boston, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

“My cousin, Jake, went on a jog Tuesday, 12/6 and collapsed. He was given CPR and has been on life support ever since. We were told last night that the damage to his brain from the lack of oxygen is severe,” Lisa Walz Mlynarczyk wrote on the Facebook page Jake Hescock #88 UCF Football Fans.

The former tight end, who was 25, had suffered cardiac arrest while jogging earlier this month in Boston, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

“My cousin, Jake, went on a jog Tuesday, 12/6 and collapsed. He was given CPR and has been on life support ever since. We were told last night that the damage to his brain from the lack of oxygen is severe,” Lisa Walz Mlynarczyk wrote on the Facebook page Jake Hescock #88 UCF Football Fans.

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She updated that after he passed away Sunday.

“It is with a heavy heart that I have to say my cousin Jake has passed on, may he Rest in Peace and forever shine his bright soul down upon us, I’m sure Papa was there waiting for you with open arms….. forever you will be, Lil Jakers!” she wrote.

According to a post by Carey Hescock on Facebook, Jake Hescock had been on a ventilator.

“Thank you for all of your continued support and prayers. All of them are so appreciated. We hear them and see them. We are so overwhelmed by the outpouring of love we have seen,” she wrote.

University of Central Florida Head Coach Gus Malzahn honored Hescock on Twitter.

“We’re heartbroken to hear of Jake’s passing. He was an incredible person, who embodied what it means to be a UCF Knight. Everyone who knew Jake loved him and he was a blessing to coach. He will be greatly missed. Kristi and I’s prayers are with his whole family,” he wrote.

Hescock played at the University of Central Florida from 2017 to 2021 after playing for Wisconsin in 2016, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Hescock, who was 6-foot-7, was a native of Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
In 2019, Hescock caught nine passes for 87 yards and two touchdowns. In 2020, he caught 10 passes for 53 yards and 3 touchdowns. Hescock moved back to Massachusetts after college. SOURCE

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FAUCI FEARS FOR HIS LIFE: ‘That’s why I have armed agents with me’: Anthony Fauci claims his safety is at risk after Elon Musk called for him to be prosecuted over claims US doc funded research that started Covid pandemic



  • Musk tweeted ‘My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci’ which was met by 1.1m likes
  • Fauci has long been under intense criticism over his handling of the pandemic
  • The 81-year-old stepped down last month after a mega 54-year stint at the NIH

Anthony Fauci claimed today that his safety is at increasing risk after Elon Musk called for him to be prosecuted and accused him of indirectly starting the Covid pandemic.

In an interview with the scientific journal Nature, America’s top infectious disease doctor, 81, said comments like Musk’s ‘stirs a lot of hate in people’ and were the reason he has ‘armed federal agents with me all the time’.

Musk — who was accused of defamation last year after calling a Thai cave hero diver a ‘pedo’ — initially targeted Dr Fauci in a tweet in the early hours of Sunday that said, ‘My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.’

He appeared to be mocking the left-wing embracement of gender identity while alluding to Fauci’s involvement in controversial Chinese research at the center of questions about Covid’s origin.

Elon later shared a meme depicting a scene from the Lord of the Rings edited to show Fauci telling Biden ‘just one more lockdown, my king’. The tweet received over half a million likes

He later shared a meme depicting a scene from the Lord of the Rings edited to show Fauci telling Biden ‘just one more lockdown, my king’ before accusing Fauci of ‘lying to Congress’ and funding ‘gain-of-function research that killed millions of people’.

Asked about the tweets in an interview with Nature this morning, Dr Fauci said: ‘I don’t pay attention to that… and I don’t even feel I need to respond.

‘…A lot of that stuff is just a cesspool of misinformation, and I don’t waste a minute worrying about it.’

Asked whether his safety was at risk, Dr Fauci added: ‘Of course it’s at risk, that’s why I have armed federal agents with me all the time.

‘[Musk’s tweet] stirs a lot of hate in people who have no idea why they’re hating; they’re hating because somebody [famous] is tweeting about it.’

While initially a revered figure, Dr Fauci has come under intense criticism over his handling of the pandemic and his initial denial of the ‘lab leak theory’. 

Dr Fauci publicly quashed discussion about Covid’s origin and virus-tinkering experiments at the Wuhan lab in the epicenter of the pandemic – even though privately he expressed concern the virus was unleashed in an experiment-gone-wrong.

It emerged in May 2021 that, under his watch, the Government’s infectious disease research body designated money to that lab and sponsored bat coronavirus research years before the pandemic happened.

On May 11 2021, Dr Fauci and Rand Paul, senator for Kentucky, sparred over how a US funding grant was spent. 

Paul insisted that the money was being used for gain of function research – while Dr Fauci insisted it was not.

‘You are entirely and completely incorrect,’ Dr Fauci told Paul at the heated hearing.

He added: ‘The NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute.’

Exactly what constitutes gain-of-function has been debated during the pandemic, but the experiments involve manipulating viruses to make them more severe or transmissible, with the hope of getting ahead of future mutations and outbreaks. 


Dr Fauci then appeared before a Congressional budget committee on May 25 of last year and defended allocating $600,000 to a group called EcoHealth Alliance, which then paid the Wuhan Institute of Virology to study the risk that bat coronaviruses could infect humans.

He said: ‘I would have been almost a dereliction of our duty if we didn’t study this, and the only way you can study these things is you’ve got to go where the action is.

‘You don’t want to study bats in Fairfax County, Virginia, to find out what the animal-human interface is that might lead to a jumping of species.

Countries with the laxest rules governing laboratories that house the world’s most dangerous pathogens were today named and shamed.

Saudi Arabia, Gabon, and Cote d’Ivoire came bottom of the pile in terms of safety standards inside Biosaftey Level 4 labs, secretive sites which often harbor pathogens like smallpox, Ebola and Lassa fever.

Canada, the US, Australia and the UK had some of the best standards overall, according to infectious disease experts who ranked all known facilities across the world.

China, however, ranked middle of the pile overall.

Yet when it came to dual research, a branch of experiments that can include ‘gain of function’ – which carries the risk of making pathogens more deadly, it scored zero out of 100. 

‘So we had a modest collaboration with very respectable Chinese scientists who were world experts on coronavirus, and we did that through a sub-grant from a larger grant to EcoHealth.’

He added: ‘The larger grant was about $600,000 over a period of five years. So it was a modest amount. The purpose of it was to study the animal-human interface, to do surveillance and to determine if these bat viruses were even capable of [infecting humans].’

Files obtained by The Intercept as part of an FOIA request to drill down the possible root of Covid and whether the US had any role in it cast further doubt about whether the money allocated to the Wuhan lab constituted as gain of function. 

Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist at Rutgers University, said: ‘The documents make it clear that assertions by the NIH Director, Francis Collins, and the NIAID Director, Anthony Fauci, that the NIH did not support gain-of-function research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement at WIV are untruthful.’

Dr Ebright, who studied the papers, said the scientists ‘combined a spike gene from one coronavirus with genetic information from another coronavirus and confirmed the resulting viruses could infect human cells’. 

Questions still remain about the origins of Covid. Reporters asking questions about the topic at Dr Fauci’s farewell speech were shut down by White House staff.

Dr Fauci made his final appearance in the official briefing room last month, following a mega 54-year stint at the NIH.

Since Musk bought Twitter in October, he has raged a war on what he termed ‘the woke mind virus’, and sacked many former Twitter employees.

He has reinstated Trump on the website along with many others, who were originally banned for their extreme views.

He also exposed how the FBI leaned on the platform to remove key figures from the site.

Where were the ARMED AGENTS to protect the elderly in nursing homes who ultimately died?

Where were the ARMED AGENTS when people desperately wanted to take Ivermectin or Hydroxychloroquine but were told the lie that those were toxic and then these people died from Covid?



The BLOOD of every healthy person who died suddenly after getting the experimental vaccine IS ON YOUR HANDS FAUCI!!


“And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matthew 10:28).


The single, most distressing question no one wants to contemplate: Has the U.S. Constitution already been terminated?


We have a guest post today from the great constitutional attorney John Whitehead, who strikes at the core of the situation facing America and by extension the entirety of the formerly Free World. He poses the question no one wants to ask, let alone try to answer. 

The media, including most of the conservative media, keeps us distracted and gaslighted with sensational stories like Samuel Brinton stealing women’s luggage at airports, drag queens, and wars started by foreign dictators, while ignoring strong indications that our government has been hijacked and occupied by an alien entity that is 100 percent hostile to the nation’s Constitution and its people. 

This entity ruling the people from Washington is every bit as dangerous and bloodthirsty as the foreign dictator we’re supposed to hate and fear, as it has been known to harass truth-tellers, making sure just enough of them die or disappear under debatable circumstances (Philip HaneySeth RichGary WebbMichael Hastings, etc.). As a result, everyday Americans are left feeling angry, confused, disoriented, disillusioned, isolated, powerless and, most importantly, looking at everyone but the real source of their growing misery.

By John Whitehead

“That was when they suspended the Constitution. They said it would be temporary.”—Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale

If there is one point on which there should be no political parsing, no legal jockeying, and no disagreement, it is this: For anyone to advocate terminating or suspending the Constitution is tantamount to a declaration of war against the founding principles of our representative government and the rule of law.

Then again, one could well make the case that the Constitution has already been terminated after years on life support, given the extent to which the safeguards enshrined in the Bill of Rights—adopted 231 years ago as a means of protecting the people against government overreach and abuse—have been steadily chipped away at, undermined, eroded, whittled down, and generally discarded with the support of Congress, the White House, and the courts.

Consider for yourself.

We are in the grip of martial law. We have what the founders feared most: a “standing” or permanent army on American soil. This de facto standing army is made up of weaponized, militarized domestic police forces which look like, dress like, and act like the military; are armed with guns, ammunition and military-style equipment; are authorized to make arrests; and are trained in military tactics.

We are in the government’s crosshairs. The U.S. government continues to act as judge, jury and executioner over a populace that have been pre-judged and found guilty, stripped of their rights, and left to suffer at the hands of government agents trained to respond with the utmost degree of violence. Consequently, we are at the mercy of law enforcement officers who have almost absolute discretion to decide who is a threat, what constitutes resistance, and how harshly they can deal with the citizens they were appointed to “serve and protect.” With alarming regularity, unarmed men, women, children and even pets are being gunned down by the government’s standing army of militarized police who shoot first and ask questions later.

We are no longer safe in our homes. This present menace comes from the government’s army of bureaucratized, corporatized, militarized SWAT teams who are waging war on the last stronghold left to us as a free people: the sanctity of our homes.

We have no real freedom of speech. We are moving fast down a slippery slope to an authoritarian society in which the only opinions, ideas and speech expressed are the ones permitted by the government and its corporate cohorts. In more and more cases, the government is declaring war on what should be protected political speech whenever it challenges the government’s power, reveals the government’s corruption, exposes the government’s lies, and encourages the citizenry to push back against the government’s many injustices. The ramifications are so far-reaching as to render almost every American who criticizes the government an extremist in word, deed, thought or by association.

We have no real privacy. We’re being spied on by a domestic army of government snitches, spies and techno-warriors. This government of Peeping Toms is watching everything we do, reading everything we write, listening to everything we say, and monitoring everything we spend. Beware of what you say, what you read, what you write, where you go, and with whom you communicate, because it is all being recorded, stored, and catalogued, and will be used against you eventually, at a time and place of the government’s choosing.

We are losing our right to bodily privacy and integrity. The debate over bodily integrity covers broad territory, ranging from forced vaccinations, forced cavity searches, forced colonoscopies, forced blood draws and forced breath-alcohol tests to forced DNA extractions, forced eye scans, and forced inclusion in biometric databases: these are just a few ways in which Americans continue to be reminded that we have no real privacy, no real presumption of innocence, and no real control over what happens to our bodies during an encounter with government officials. The groundwork being laid with these mandates is a prologue to what will become the police state’s conquest of a new, relatively uncharted, frontier: inner space, specifically, the inner workings (genetic, biological, biometric, mental, emotional) of the human race.

We no longer have a right to private property. If government agents can invade your home, break down your doors, kill your dog, damage your furnishings and terrorize your family, your property is no longer private and secure—it belongs to the government. Hard-working Americans are having their bank accounts, homes, cars electronics and cash seized by police under the assumption that they have allegedly been associated with some criminal scheme.

We have no due process. The groundwork has been laid for a new kind of government where it won’t matter if you’re innocent or guilty, whether you’re a threat to the nation, or even if you’re a citizen. What will matter is what the government—or whoever happens to be calling the shots at the time—thinks. And if the powers-that-be think you’re a threat to the nation and should be locked up, then you’ll be locked up with no access to the protections our Constitution provides.

We are no longer presumed innocent. The burden of proof has been reversed. Now we’re presumed guilty unless we can prove our innocence beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. Rarely, are we even given the opportunity to do so. The government has embarked on a diabolical campaign to create a nation of suspects predicated on a massive national DNA database. Having already used surveillance technology to render the entire American populace potential suspects, DNA technology in the hands of government coupled with artificial intelligence will complete our transition to a suspect society in which we are all merely waiting to be matched up with a crime.

We have lost the right to be anonymous and move about freely.  At every turn, we’re hemmed in by laws, fines and penalties that regulate and restrict our autonomy, and surveillance cameras that monitor our movements. Likewise, digital currency provides the government and its corporate partners with a mode of commerce that can easily be monitored, tracked, tabulated, mined for data, hacked, hijacked and confiscated when convenient.

We no longer have a government of the people, by the people and for the people. In fact, a study conducted by Princeton and Northwestern University concluded that the U.S. government does not represent the majority of American citizens. Instead, the study found that the government is ruled by the rich and powerful, or the so-called “economic elite.” Moreover, the researchers concluded that policies enacted by this governmental elite nearly always favor special interests and lobbying groups. In other words, we are being ruled by an oligarchy disguised as a democracy, and arguably on our way towards fascism—a form of government where private corporate interests rule, money calls the shots, and the people are seen as mere subjects to be controlled.

We have no guardians of justice. The courts were established to intervene and protect the people against the government and its agents when they overstep their bounds. Yet through their deference to police power, preference for security over freedom, and evisceration of our most basic rights for the sake of order and expediency, the courts have become the guardians of the American police state in which we now live. As a result, sound judgment and justice have largely taken a back seat to legalism, statism and elitism, while preserving the rights of the people has been deprioritized and made to play second fiddle to both governmental and corporate interests.

We have been saddled with a dictator for life. Secret, unchecked presidential powers—acquired through the use of executive orders, decrees, memorandums, proclamations, national security directives and legislative signing statements and which can be activated by any sitting president—now enable past, present and future presidents to operate above the law and beyond the reach of the Constitution.

Unfortunately, we have done this to ourselves.

We allowed ourselves to be seduced by the false siren song of politicians promising safety in exchange for relinquished freedom. We placed our trust in political saviors and failed to ask questions to hold our representatives accountable to abiding by the Constitution. We looked the other way and made excuses while the government amassed an amazing amount of power over us, and backed up that power-grab with a terrifying amount of military might and weaponry, and got the courts to sanction their actions every step of the way. We chose to let partisan politics divide us and turn us into easy targets for the government’s oppression.

Mind you, the powers-that-be want us to be censored, silenced, muzzled, gagged, zoned out, caged in and shut down. They want our speech and activities monitored for any sign of “extremist” activity. They want us to be estranged from each other and kept at a distance from those who are supposed to represent us. They want taxation without representation. They want a government without the consent of the governed.

They want the Constitution terminated.

“We” may have contributed to our downfall through our inaction and gullibility, but we are also the only hope for a free future.

After all, the Constitution begins with those three beautiful words, “We the people.” Those three words were intended as a reminder to future generations that there is no government without us—our sheer numbers, our muscle, our economy, our physical presence in this land.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People and in its fictional counterpart The Erik Blair Diaries, when we forget that, when we allow the “Me” of a self-absorbed, narcissistic, politically polarizing culture to override our civic duties as citizens to collectively stand up to tyranny and make the government play by the rules of the Constitution, there can be no surprise when tyranny rises and freedom falls.

Remember, there is power in numbers.

There are 332 million of us in this country. Imagine what we could accomplish if we actually worked together, presented a united front, and spoke with one voice? is 100 percent funded and supported by readers like you. We accept no corporate ads or sponsorships, which allows us to remain independent and report the real news. To help us stay online and grow, please consider a contribution of any size, which may be sent c/o Leo Hohmann, PO Box 291, Newnan, GA 30264, or via credit card through GiveSendGo below.