Did ESPN director Kyle Brown die from vaccine SADS?!

Did ESPN director Kyle Brown just collapsed and died suddenly at a baseball game from COVID-19 vaccine SADS?!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!


Claim : ESPN Director Kyle Brown Died From Vaccine SADS!

Right after news broke that Kyle Brown died suddenly in his sleep, anti-vaccination activists immediately claimed that the 42 year-old ESPN director was a victim of COVID-19 vaccine sudden adult death syndrome (SADS)!

Died Suddenly : These kind of deaths are becoming all too common. #diedsuddenly


On his 2nd shot early on but #ESPN had strict #vaccine mandates & got sued by fired workers who refused so I can’t blame a guy with young kids who needed his job. #DiedSuddenly

What’s sad is nobody will even question whether or not it was the vaccine. ESPN – you mandated the shots. It’s time to have a public health announcement that these shots were/are dangerous. We have to face reality and try to save people. RIP Kyle Brown

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No Evidence ESPN Director Kyle Brown Died From Vaccine SADS!

It’s now tradition for anti-vaccination activists to blame all sudden deaths or illnesses on the COVID-19 vaccine.

Here are the reasons why this is yet another example of FAKE NEWS created and propagated by anti-vaccination activists…

Fact #1 : Kyle Brown’s Cause Of Death Is Unknown

ESPN director Kyle Brown (born Kyle Matthew Brown) suffered a “medical emergency” at an NCAA (National Collegiate Athletics Association) regional tournament in North Carolina on Saturday, June 10, 2023.

The super regional game, between Alabama and Wake Forest was delayed by two hours due to the “non game-related medical event“. Hours later, ESPN revealed that Kyle Brown, sadly, passed away.

On Saturday morning, our beloved ESPN director Kyle Brown suffered a medical emergency and tragically passed away at the NCAA super regionals in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

An 18-year ESPN employee, Kyle was a deeply admired member of our production team, and highly accomplished, having captured two sports Emmy awards while working a multitude of sports, from baseball and basketball, to Monday night football and college football.

A former Ohio State pitcher, Kyle cherished the opportunities to have a career in sports. His ESPN family wishes to extend our deepest condolences and full support to Kyle’s loved ones, including his wife, Megan, their four children – Makayla, Carson, Camden and Madden, and their beloved dog, Rookie.

He was 42 years old. Kyle will be greatly missed.

Kyle Brown’s medical emergency, and his cause of death, has not been revealed. Until and unless his family, or ESPN, or the North Carolina Chief Medical Examiner, reveals the nature and cause of death, anyone who tells you that Kyle Brown died from this or that cause is likely lying to you.

Fact #2 : There Are 3 Kyle Browns Associated With ESPN

In their rush to promote these anti-vaccine claims, or simply to capitalise off the news that someone notable died, some people are apparently posting photos of the wrong Kyle Brown.

From what I can surmise, there are at least three people called Kyle Brown who are, or were, associated with ESPN:

  • Kyle Emanuel Brown, a radio host with ESPN Radio 1700AM out of San Diego, California
  • Kyle Matthew Brown, the ESPN director from Ohio
  • Kyle Brown, program director of 710 ESPN in Seattle, which was rebranded to Seattle Sports in 2022

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Fact #3 : Kyle M. Brown Was Likely Fully-Vaccinated

We cannot be completely sure, but Kyle M. Brown was likely fully-vaccinated by April 2021, when he posted this on his Twitter account:

2nd shot, done!

Fact #4 : Vaccine Side Effects Appear Within Hours / Days

Assuming Kyle M. Brown was fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in April 2021 – that would have been more than two years ago!

He cannot possibly have suffered from a vaccine side effect, because they appear within hours or days, not years later.

Mild side effects like injection site pain, fever, muscle ache, headache, lethargy develop within minutes to hours of the vaccination.

Anaphylaxis develops within minutes, while other severe adverse reactions like myocarditis and VITT develop within days or weeks.

The spike proteins produced by the COVID-19 vaccines also do not stick around for months. If these spike proteins are permanent (as antivaxxers claim), we would have lifelong immunity.

Your own immune system will identify the spike proteins as foreign, and destroy them within a matter of days, although some may last for up to a few weeks. This is part of how vaccines teach your immune system to identify the enemy and destroy it.

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Fact #5 : Claims Of COVID-19 Vaccine Deaths Often Proven False

Most claims of sudden deaths / injuries due to the COVID-19 vaccine have been proven false. Here is the latest dozen of other false sudden death claims!

Will these anti-vaccination activists apologise for lying to you? Nope! They will just move on to the next celebrity tragedy…

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