The NBA barely made it through a tumultuous season.
The league is attempting to rebuild its brand after the past few years of politicization.
And one NBA player made a shocking confession about Joe Biden’s mandate.
Joe Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandate was struck down by the Supreme Court.
He could not compel businesses to force their employees to get the COVID shot.
However, that didn’t stop some businesses from coercing employees on their own to get the jab.
The NBA was one of the organizations that did exactly that.
And first-time NBA all-star and NBA champion Andrew Wiggins made the stunning revelation that he regretted getting the vaccine in order to play.
During an interview, Wiggins was asked, “When you made the decision to get vaccinated, some people said that really unified the Warriors, like it brought the team together. I don’t know if you were trying to do that, but maybe you were … Looking back on that decision, what went into it at the time?”
Wiggins candidly responded, “I still wish I didn’t get it, to be honest with you, but you gotta do what you gotta do…I did it and I was an all-star this year and a champion. So that was the good part, just not missing out on the year. The best year of my career. But for my body, I just don’t like putting all that stuff in my body, so I didn’t like that and I didn’t like that it wasn’t my choice. I didn’t like that. Either get this or don’t play.”
Wiggins is echoing the sentiment of millions of Americans, as well as Canadians; Wiggins was born and raised in Canada.
The freedom convoy composed of truckers and supporters who were against the authoritarian vaccine mandates roiled Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau.
Instead of talking with the truckers, he smeared them as “racists” and “misogynists.”
That is what leftists do.
They simply slander their political opponents with false accusations.
Wiggins initially refused to get the vaccine, but he ultimately caved.
However, Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving refused to bend the knee.
Irving missed a significant portion of the season before ultimately being allowed to play after the insane COVID restrictions were relaxed.
In peak COVID theater, Irving was barred from playing home games at the Barclays Center, but he was allowed to attend other events there as a spectator.
The height of the COVID hysteria has passed, but the COVID regime is attempting to bring back the mandates.
But if more people like Wiggins speak up, they won’t be able to get away with it again.
Locking down civilization and forcing small businesses to go bankrupt were terrible developments for the country.
Wiggins was a high-profile case, but people who didn’t have millions in the bank for forced to make that awful decision.