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Buffalo Bills Cole Beasley Rises Up Against the NFL Political Tyranny on Vaccinations
America’s fifty states celebrate the 245 years of freedom this July 4th, but not without suffering through the cultural transformations of a newfound political tyranny being executed by the domestic terrorists our forefathers warned us about in the Constitution.
Let us never forget that on battlefields across our great nation, it was the less than 1% who gave their lives ever so valiantly so that the remaining 99% could have a voice in the name of American sovereignty.
In the past year and a half, the threat of the COVID lockdown and the repercussions of an unproven vaccination have proven to be an extreme example, and merger of a consolidated corporate, political and domestic tyranny as new narratives, rules, and regulations have been created to eviscerate the heart and soul of an American legacy.
This newfound tyranny has infected the sports arena, team owners, coaches, and players alike.
One of the NFL’s finest, Cole Beasley, has stepped forward as a mouthpiece, standing front and center as he speaks out protecting his rights and that of his fellow players as the NFL alienates those team members who are not vaccinated. One must wonder and ask the question, should we question the NFL owners and what’s in it for them to go against the constitutional rights of their players?
This July 4th, the spotlight shines brightly on one of the NFL’s most outspoken, non-vaccinated football players who is taking a stand and leading by example not only for himself and his fans but for the other NFL players who lost their voices in order to keep their high paying jobs in professional sports.
The colors of red, white, and blue are worn and reflected on the uniform of this thirty-two-year-old Buffalo Bills wide receiver who is a warrior on and off the football field.
Cole Beasley says that he would retire before being forced to take the vaccine!
Beasley signed a $29 million four-year contract with the Buffalo Bills on March 13, 2019, and is in the 3rd year of his contract with the team. This past May 2021, Buffalo Bills General Manager Brandon Beane indicated players could be cut if they were unvaccinated.
Cole Beasley’s voice rose up loud and clear during the recent PSA in which he indicated that he would rather retire from the NFL than be forced to vaccinate…
“Hi, I’m Cole Beasley, and I’m not vaccinated! I will be outside doing what I do. I’ll be in the public. If (you’re) scared of me, then steer clear or get vaccinated. I may die of Covid, but I’d rather die actually living; I”d rather take my chances with Covid and build up my immunity that way. Eat better. Drink water. Exercise and do what I think is necessary to be a healthy individual. That is MY CHOICE based on my experience and what I think is best. I’ll play for free this year to live life how I’ve lived it from day one; if I’m forced into retirement, so be it.”
Beasley made it clear that he doesn’t “play for the money anymore,” adding, “My way of living and my values are more important to me than a dollar.” also stating, “A lot of other NFL players hold my position as well, but aren’t in the right place in their careers to be so outspoken, I feel for you, and hope I’m doing my part to represent you guys.”
As more states across the country eliminate mask mandates and push forward with enjoying the freedoms they once endured as free people before the COVID-19 pandemic, the political wars rage among the various sports venues and make one wonder what goes on behind the scenes with the corporation of all sports owners. The NFL is no different, as they issued COVID-19 protocols for 2021 training camp and preseason, which discriminates against unvaccinated individuals.
Football is a contact sport, yet fully vaccinated individuals are exempt from the following restrictions. Beasley called the rules “crazy” and stated, “Did we vote on this? I stay in the hotel. We still have meetings. We will all be together. Vaccinated players can go out of the hotel and bring Covid back to where I am. So what does it matter if I stay in the hotel now?”
According to a memo sent to the team clubs obtained by NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero, the league mandated the following rules for players who have not been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus:
– Testing is required every day
– Masks must be worn at the club facility and during travel
– Social distancing from others is required in the club facility
– Quarantine is needed after COVID-19 exposure
– Travel restrictions apply
– Eating must occur separately and with social distancing from teammates
– Social media marketing or sponsorship activities are not allowed
– The sauna/steam room is off-limits
– Leaving the hotel to eat in restaurants is prohibited
– Interaction with any person outside of the Team Traveling Party during team travel is not allowed
One thing for sure, the American people will only take just so much of the overreach in the name of sports. They will eventually start abandoning their once-revered teams because they recognize their moral compass has been violated in the name of corporate and political tyranny.
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