With everything President Joe Biden’s administration is pushing forward and the false sense of support they’re getting, you would think that people would be excellent with the Covid-19 vaccine mandates put in place, but you would be wrong. Protests have pushed back on the agenda to vaccinate all Americans, and people are getting fed up with the tyrannical ruler that sits in the White House.
Kyrie Irving, who plays for the Nets basketball team, is being supported in his decision not to get the Covid-19 vaccine that New York City put in place and is excluded from home games. Protesters were in the streets and chanting “Stand with Kyrie” as they marched in the streets:
Brooklyn, NYC, New York 🇺🇸 – Protestors march through the streets chanting "Stand with Kyrie". Kyrie Irving plays for the NBA Brooklyn Nets & chose not to get a vaccine, going against the State's mandate.
🚫 Vaxxpass 🚫💉 Mandates pic.twitter.com/r9J5ljQWo3
— Intrepid Eagle 🇺🇲 (@SonsOfMontesQ) October 24, 2021
The Covid-19 vaccines haven’t been approved by the FDA and are still under emergency use authorization. Regardless of what mainstream media tells you, the only Covid-19 vaccine that the FDA approves is Comirnaty, and it’s not available in the United States.
Kyrie decided not to get the Covid-19 because it’s “what’s best for me.” Fighting despotic tyrants is something that may bring people together. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio overreaches with the mandates, which may be turned around after the lawsuits filed against the city overturn the mandates.
Almost 1,000 people attended the protest in Times Square, and they marched to Barclays Center and swarmed the area.
Medical tyranny is still tyranny. When a government doesn’t treat vaccinated people like unvaccinated people, you show all of your cards. You not only segregate a part of the population, but you admit that the Covid-19 vaccine doesn’t work to begin with. Not one mandate for strep throat has ever been implemented, and there’s not even a vaccine for that. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, “Approximately 11,000 to 13,000 cases of invasive strep diseases occur each year in the United States, resulting in 1,100 to 1,600 deaths.” Where are the mask mandates for strep?
The game proceeded as usual, but people weren’t happy about the decision. No man, woman, or kid should ever be regarded as a second-class citizen simply because they do not wish to inject themselves with an untested vaccination. It’s nonsense and will get shut down when it reaches the Supreme Court.
A statement to Fox News from Barclays Center staff said, “The Barclays Center briefly locked its doors today to clear protestors from the plaza’s main doors and guarantee customers could enter the venue securely.” Only ticketed attendees were permitted to enter the building, and the game went as planned.
These mandates are starting to come with financial burdens for those who enforce them. That’s a good thing.