Rolling Stone released a bombshell report today, which gave the world an alleged inside look at how anti-vaxxer NBA players are communicating with each other, as they try to avoid taking the controversial COVID vaccine. The report insinuates that Kyrie Irving thinks Moderna microchip implants, and a satanic Illuminati plot are the real purpose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Many people think the article seemed like Rolling Stone was attacking Kyrie Irving’s character, because he’s an alleged Anti-vaxxer who is skeptical about the COVID vaccine, and it’s limited long term research data. Today it seems Kyrie Irving responded to Rolling Stone’s article with a simple, but powerful message to the people.
Details on Kyrie Irving’s COVID Vaccine Illuminati Moderna Microchip Devil Conspiracy Theory
Rolling Stone’s report alleges that Kyrie Irving recently began following a conspiracy theorist on Instagram, who believes that the Illuminati is using the Moderna COVID Vaccine to implant microchips in Black people that connects them to a super computer, which will be the beginning step of a satanic plot. This belief has allegedly been heard around multiple NBA locker rooms.
Kyrie Irving Responds to Rolling Stone Attacking his Character NBA Anti-Vaxxer COVID Vaccine Investigation
Today Kyrie Irving posted a picture of a Buddha figure meditating, with a simple message saying “peace eternally”. In essence he isn’t even going to entertain the things that were said about him in Rolling Stone’s NBA anti-vaxxer investigation article. The report seemed to target Kyrie as the ring leader of an alleged Anti-vaxxer movement in the NBA. Even if that is true Kyrie is probably standing firm in what he believes in no matter what people think.
Take a look at his response.
As NBA teams continue to announce vaccine mandates that would ban unvaccinated players from their home arenas, the details of these mandates continue to make no sense. For example if Kyrie Irving is unvaccinated he would not be able to play in Nets’ arena, but an unvaccinated player on the opposing team would be able play in Nets arena.
It’s still baffling how people are saying the COVID vaccine works, yet at the same time are saying vaccinated people need to be protected from unvaccinated people. Can both those statements be true at the same time? If a person is vaccinated and believes the COVID-19 vaccine works, then should that person be worried about unvaccinated people?
Additionally there seems to be no clause in the vaccine mandates for people who already have natural immunity from a past COVID-19 infection. Scientific studies have potentially proven that natural immunity gives better protection than the COVID vaccines. Why put people at risk for having an adverse reaction to the COVID vaccine, if they already have better natural protection from previously contracting COVID?
It’s also strange that vaccine mandates only test unvaccinated people when it has been proven that vaccinated people can catch and spread COVID too.
In some ways it’s understandable why businesses have vaccine mandates, but there are so many holes in the way they are implemented that it’s also easy to see why people are skeptical about it. There are also many holes surrounding the COVID vaccine, considering there is relatively no long term research regarding it, which also makes it understandable why people are skeptical about it.
That being said, if you feel the COVID vaccine is right for you and your family, you should definitely take the jab. People should also respect individuals who don’t want to take the COVID vaccine, because in reality they really don’t affect anyone, but themselves in most cases. It also doesn’t seem morally or legally right for anyone to be forced to choose between taking the COVID vaccine or losing their job, especially when there is so much unknown about the long term effects of it.
Where this whole vaccine rollout went wrong is when the media turned the COVID vaccine into a political statement, which was probably by design. When things turn political there will never be any true non biased discussion around the topic anymore, and the narratives can be easily controlled.
Author: JordanThrilla Staff