NBA Tries to Cover-up Vaccine Truth: It’s DANGEROUS

The left relies on Hollywood and star athletes to spread their propaganda. And the NBA is happy to be one of their puppets.

So, when one of their own experienced a severe reaction to the WuFlu deathpoke, he was told to keep quiet!

One would think the NBA would back their players, and put their safety and well-being above all else. How else do they make their millions? Unfortunately, they prefer to play kiss-ass to the liberal agenda.

The Gateway Pundit explains:

Brandon Goodwin, an NBA player with the Atlanta Hawks, admitted recently that he got blood clots from the COVID vaccine that ended his season and possibly his career.

Goodwin said the NBA told him to keep it quiet.

Brandon Goodwin told “I got sick, and I never quite recovered from it. I would always have back pain. I was just super tired in the games. I was so tired. I felt like I couldn’t run up and down the court. My back was hurting. My back really started hurting bad. Then, I’m like, ‘OK. I need to go to the doctor. That’s when I found out I had blood clots. That all within the span of a month.

Goodwin is confident it was from the COVID vaccine, ““I was fine until then. I was fine up until I took the vaccine, I was fine. People trying to tell you, ‘No. It’s not the vaccine.’ How do you know? You don’t know. Yes, the vaccine ended my season. One thousand percent.”

His story is being hidden by the NBA and fake news media. They would rather lie to the American public and watch a man’s life and dedication be ruined than speak out against these dangerous vaccines.

Open Doors

Ironically, just a few months ago the NBA was among sports franchises that dropped mask requirements and started filling up the stadiums again.

Bradley Beal, a guard on the U.S. Olympic basketball team, had to sit out the Summer Olympics after testing positive for coronavirus.

In July, NPR reported:

“As far as Bradley’s concerned, I’m dying for him. We all are,” said Team USA coach Gregg Popovich at a press conference on Thursday. “Since he was a little kid, this has been a dream of his. He was playing great. He was having fun, being a big part of us coming together chemistrywise and as a family — so for him, for his immediate family, it’s devastating.”

The team canceled an exhibition game against Australia that was scheduled for Friday. A second player, Jerami Grant, is also in the health and safety protocols, the team said, though it was unclear whether he would be allowed to travel to Tokyo. The Athletic reported that Grant has not tested positive for the coronavirus.

Meanwhile, as thousands of athletes and staff arrive in Tokyo for the Games, the city is under a state of emergency as cases rise. More than a thousand new cases are confirmed daily, bringing the city to its highest caseload since winter.

A number of other teams have already been affected by COVID-19 — including nearly the entire Refugee Olympic Team, whose arrival in Tokyo was delayed when a team official tested positive after a welcome party in Qatar for athletes and staff. Reports of teams in isolation include the Russian women’s rugby sevens team and the South African men’s rugby sevens team.

Before that, Beal tried to speak out against the vaccine. And Google quickly censored him.

Crunching the Numbers

After rereading the article, I asked myself “did anyone die at the Summer Olympics from covid?” And I started to crunch the numbers.

NPR added:

The IOC announced earlier this week that there are three positive cases among the roughly 8,000 athletes and staff who have arrived in Tokyo. All three are in isolation, and any close contacts are following health protocols.

Three out of 8,000 is 0.04%. From there, I started looking for news of athletes that died from covid at or after the summer Olympics. Either it never happened (which I am inclined to believe), or Google hid their deaths (which wouldn’t make much sense, considering leftists want us to fear the WuFlu.

I did find this one little snippet of news regarding Olympics, death, and the WuFlu.

Milkha Singh, one of India’s first sports superstars and an ace sprinter who overcame a childhood tragedy to become the country’s most celebrated athlete, has died. He was 91.

Ninety-one, and his wife died a few days before, at the age of 85. I’d say they were among the vulnerable population. It’s worth noting Singh earned his gold medal in 1958 and went to the Olympics three times. God rest his soul.

Further digging failed to find any reports of athletes dropping dead. However, I did find quite a few breakthrough cases among those who were “fully vaccinated.”

Meanwhile, the MLB delayed their All-star game after the Yankees experienced their second covid outbreak. Three players tested positive, and all three were fully vaccinated. However, the teams had an 85% vaccination rate at the time. So why were they still having outbreaks?

I’ll tell you why. Because the vaccine is a joke, at best. And a danger, at worst. It can cost your life if you’re not careful.

The Real State of Affairs

That being said, if covid was the threat the CDC proclaims, why do these sports even continue to exist? If this virus was an automatic death sentence, the NBA, NFL, MLB, WNBA, PGA, and the rest of these high profile, crowd-drawing sports leagues would be a thing of the past. A lost icon of the “good ole days.”

Instead, game restrictions are disappearing. Because no one makes any money if we all stay home. Obviously, corporate greed can only withstand a quarantine for so long. But no one is going to admit the scamdemic was an inflated hoax. Instead, they’ll pretend the death-poke came along and saved the world. Unfortunately, it hasn’t saved the world for everyone. Just ask Brandon Goodwin.

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