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The NFL Doesn’t Accept Religious Exemptions? Maybe It’s Time To Stop Accepting The NFL


I have been calling for a boycott of The NFL for some time now….

Sports are generally televised to distract us and make us stupid—they aren’t propped up by the state through the public education system for the health of our youth, or for no reason at all.

The NFL’s latest anti-American nonsense involves cancelling award winning artist Victory Boyd’s opening day performance because she declined a vaccine for religious reasons.

How can we continue to support these people when they continue to push woke narratives and statist propaganda?

I support Victory Boyd’s religious exemption, I support Victory Boyd’s exemption from experimental vaccines for whatever reason, or no reason at all.

Here’s more on the story:

The Epoch Times had more:

“As I understand that Victory will not be fully vaccinated by the time of the Kickoff game, she would not have been able to comply with the terms of the Game Day Field Access Policy,” NFL Senior Director for Media and Entertainment Events Seth Dudowsky told Boyd’s father and manager, John Boyd, in an Aug. 31 email made available to The Epoch Times.

“And as a result, we unfortunately will not be able to invite Victoria to perform the national anthem at this year’s Kickoff game,” Dudowsky said.

In a related report Stephen A. Smith says The NFL should mandate vaccines via The New York Post:

“The only people that [the vaccine is] not mandated for are the players because they have a union — the Players Association,” Smith said “That’s protecting them from what? Because I’ve got news for you: you’re not protecting them and you’re not protecting us. The reality is if you end up testing positive, you can have an affect on somebody else.”

The ESPN host railed against players who have said they won’t discuss their vaccination status.

“I think it’s shameful when athletes talk about, ‘Oh, it’s a private matter.’ It is not a private matter, because it affects anybody that’s standing right next to you. … It’s ridiculous.”


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