NBA great Kyrie Irving has stated that he didn’t want to lose salary or a chance to compete for a championship with the Brooklyn Nets, but was doing “what’s best for me” by refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Speaking on Instagram Live, Irving said “I am doing what’s best for me. I know the consequences here and if it means that I’m judged and demonized for that, that’s just what it is,” Irving said. “That’s the role I play, but I never wanted to give up my passion, my love, my dream just over this mandate.”
Irving went on to say “So what? It’s not about the money,” Irving said. “It’s not always about the money. It’s about choosing what’s best for you. You think I really want to lose money?”
“Once again, I’m going to repeat this. This is not about the Nets, this is not about the organization, it’s not about the NBA, it’s not politics,” Irving said. “It’s not any one thing.
“It’s just about the freedom of what I want to do.” “No, I’m not retiring and no I’m not going and leaving this game like this,” Irving said. “There’s still so much more work to do and there still so many other (youngsters) to inspire, because I know they want to be better than me.”
Kyrie Irving address his stance on not getting the vaccine on IG Live: “It’s about choosing what’s best for you. You think I really want to lose money? You think I really want to give up on my dream to go after a championship? You think I really just want to give up my job?” pic.twitter.com/cYHCWGbnCo— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) October 14, 2021
Floyd Mayweather had a powerful message for Kyrie Irving. This is what he had to say.
“Choice is defined as an act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilities. To my understanding, America gave us the choice to take the vaccine or not take the vaccine originally. As time moves on, that choice is gradually being stripped from us. Limiting the jobs we can do, places we can go, and activities we can perform. Trying to beat us into submission of what they say is best for us. It’s sad people are hated, punished, teased, and discriminated for not taking the vaccine, for making their own choice, standing up for what they not only think is right, but know is right for them and their families. I am Pro Choice. A person should be free to make the decision best suited for themself. If we can’t make our own decisions we are not truly free. Our forefathers, fought for our freedom as our soldiers, first responders, and patriots continue to do to this day. Why is it when someone decides to do something differently from what we are told, it is right we condemn them? Condemn them for making a choice, choosing to be free, choosing to not conform to the norms society tells us to conform to. I’m Pro Choice, we all should have a right to choose what we want, what is best for ourselves, what is best for our our loved ones! If you decide to take the vaccine fine. If you decide to not take the vaccine fine. Rather respect should be earned by everyone who makes their own choice and chooses liberty! For myself, my children, my loved ones…I choose life, I choose liberty, I choose freedom!”
It’s pretty clear why Kyrie would take the Stance he took. Americans who received the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine were 3.5 times as likely to develop rare blood clots compared to the general population, study finds.
On record the Covid vaccine plunges to just 3% effectiveness, yet Biden and CNN authoritarians demand 100% compliance with taking it.
Any physician who expresses even just skepticism about Fauci Flu shots could lose their careers, that is if the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP), the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM), and the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) have anything to say about it.
Cathy Stein, Ph.D. an associate professor of epidemiology, says her goal is to provide a perspective on COVID19, driven by the science, that you may have not seen before. Please read the following article Perspectives on COVID19 from a Christian Epidemiologist.
In a Highwire exclusive, whistleblower Deborah Conrad, a hospitalist physician’s assistant on the frontlines of the pandemic, pulls back the curtain on the complete lack and disregard in her hospital for reporting Covid vaccine injury to VAERS, this country’s only mechanism to track the safety of these rushed-to-market, mandated products. In riveting detail, including emails & recorded phone conversations, Conrad exposes the internal push to turn a blind eye to injuries and “tow the company line” that this vaccine is safe.
We the people choose liberty and freedom and we support Kyrie Irving.
By Daniel Crane
The Citizen Media