Joe Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandate has caused major backlash.
Many professional athletes are speaking out against the relentless vaccine push.
And a former ESPN host is furious at one player for what he did to Biden.
Brooklyn Nets star point guard Kyrie Irving has enraged the COVID regime for his resistance to taking the vaccine.
Even though the NBA does not have a vaccine mandate, local municipalities do.
New York City is COVID hysteria central, and Irving was barred by the city from participating in games and practices.
Irving is only allowed to participate with his team in road games.
The Nets at first said it was not worth it and shut Irving down for the season, but a rash of COVID-positive players has left the Nets’ roster depleted and now the organization is allowing Irving to play in road games.
And former ESPN host Jemele Hill is furious.
Hill, who now writes “woke” pieces for The Atlantic, was angered by the Nets and the NBA flinching before Irving.
“This resolution of the Nets’ high-profile dispute with Irving is part of a larger problem in professional sports: Confronted with this latest virus surge, both the NBA and the NFL have essentially waved the white flag. They are easing their health rules and sending conciliatory signals to players who have refused to get COVID-19 shots.”
First, the NBA has near 100% vaccination, yet outbreaks have happened across the league.
Some teams have already had to postpone games because they did not have enough available players.
Vaccination clearly does not stop the transmission of COVID, something that even the establishment is conceding.
Also, the CDC reduced its own quarantine guidelines for the virus in light of the Omicron variant, which has proven to be far more transmissible, but far less deadly.
Some doctors and health experts have even dubbed it “Omicold.”
“Both leagues had adopted a range of health protocols that strongly encouraged vaccination. But now the leagues are choosing instead to cede to the forces of capitalism. Short-term financial concerns are dictating that even as Omicron spreads, games must go on. And if that means holding vaccinated and unvaccinated players to the same standards, the leagues will do it.”
No, the league has ceded to the forces of common sense.
With a vaccination rate over 97%, it’s comical to argue that the 3% of unvaccinated players are responsible for all of the outbreaks over the league.
In fact, standard PCR testing for COVID is finally getting scrutinized.
PCR tests only prove if the virus is present in the nasopharynx, which does not mean someone is either symptomatic or capable of transmitting the virus in any meaningful way.
The PCR tests can also return false positives.
Irving’s short-lived victory over the COVID regime is a win for common sense, but propagandists like hill remain committed to the hysteria they have spread for nearly two years.