NBA Star Kyrie Irving Gives up over $100 Million to Refuse COVID Shot – Stands with Black Community in New York
NBA star Kyrie Irving is waging war with the NBA over mandatory COVID-19 shots, and at least from my perspective, he is overwhelmingly winning that war. Kyrie is a member of Brooklyn Nets, a New York City NBA franchise team. New York City mandates that everyone attending events such as professional basketball games must have proof of vaccination for COVID-19. When training camp for the NBA broke a couple of weeks ago for the new season, several players stated that they would not be getting the mandatory COVID-19 shots, with others expressing hesitancy at getting it stating that it should be a matter of one's own choice. But most of the other NBA stars have now come around and announced they are getting the shots. Brooklyn Nets coach Steve Nash said at a press conference yesterday that the team was preparing to play the season without Kyrie being able to play home games, since Kyrie was not apparently budging on his position, undoubtedly in the face of tremendous pressure from the Globalists to announce to the public that he was going to get the shot as a condition to be being able to play games in NYC that require him to have the shot. Kyrie stuck to his principles, and was willing to give up half of his salary and many millions of dollars, to stick to that principle and only be eligible to play road games outside of NYC. He called their bluff. As a result, today, Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks stated that the team would NOT allow Kyrie to play just half their games, games outside of New York, after all. The real reason the NBA and Nets are making this decision, is that they cannot afford the PR nightmare that would ensue for allowing an "anti-vaxxer" to tour to other NBA cities and become a beacon of light for those who refuse to bow to the Globalists and their eugenics agenda. As we have previously reported, less than 30% of Blacks living in New York have taken a COVID-19 shot, deciding instead to stand for freedom and against medical discrimination. Kyrie is obviously choosing to stand with the Black community in New York, rather than using his "privileged status" as an NBA multi-millionaire to take a stand against that Black community, and in favor of the NBA slave masters.