Maybe this is the reason Kyrie Irving decided to stand his ground and refuse to take the COVID-19 jab.
The Brooklyn Nets star is the most high-profile NBA player yet to capitulate to medical tyrants.
Because of NYC’s COVID-19 injection mandate, the Nets suspended Irving until he receives the COVID-19 jab.
Another story the mainstream media has kept under wraps is a prime example of the potential side effects of these toxic injections.
Atlanta Hawks point guard Brandon Goodwin revealed COVID-19 jab induced blood clots prematurely ended his season.
While gaming on Twitch, Goodwin discussed his health complications following the injection.
Brandon Goodwin, who played for the Atlanta Hawks last season, believes his season-ending blood clots 'one thousand percent' came from the vaccine. https://t.co/LeoWvbFJdC
— OutKick (@Outkick) October 14, 2021
— Upstate Canadian 🇨🇦🇺🇸 (@UpstateCanadian) October 12, 2021
Kyrie Irving should be able to make a personal medical choice without coercion from government or employer, particularly since he can get regular covid testing. NBA player Brandon Goodwin recently said that he got a rare blood clot from the vaccine that ended his NBA season. pic.twitter.com/qU8g1YP6Ki
— J.D. Chase (@LilChomskyX) October 14, 2021
The Atlanta Hawks organization attempted to cover up Goodwin’s blood clot issues.
Initially, his absence was reported as a “respiratory condition.”
From PeachTree Hoops:
The Atlanta Hawks returned to practice on Tuesday in preparation for the team’s first round series against New York Knicks. While much of the focus is on that matchup and how the team will fare in its return to the postseason for the first time since 2017, the Hawks released an unfortunate injury update on Tuesday evening. Per a team announcement, reserve guard Brandon Goodwin “has been diagnosed with a minor respiratory condition which requires treatment and will keep him out the remainder of the season.”
At this time, no further details are available with regard to Goodwin’s condition. He was listed as out with “flu-like symptoms” for Atlanta’s regular season finale on Sunday against the Houston Rockets.
We now know that wasn’t the case and blood clots were the real culprit.
Now a free agent, Goodwin’s career remains in limbo.
And the NBA appears complicit in silencing players who experience adverse reactions.
How many other players experienced side effects and remain silent due to fear over backlash?
@ATLHawks care to officially comment on the cover up of Brandon Goodwin blood clot issue from the mandated (forced) vaccine by your organization by telling him to keep it quiet?
— Josh Barnett-AZ (@BarnettforAZ) October 13, 2021
The basketball star confirmed the vaccination was the catalyst for his ailment, saying, “I was fine up until I took the vaccine, I was fine. So, people trying to tell you, ‘No. It’s not the vaccine.’ Like, how do you know? You don’t know.”
“Yes, the vaccine ended my season,” Goodwin later declared. “One thousand percent.”
The Atlanta Hawks told Goodwin his season was over after they heard back from team doctors.
“We don’t even know what it is,” Goodwin argued with his team.
However, he holds no hard feelings against the franchise, telling his Twitch viewers, “But it’s whatever. I’m not even going to get into all that, bruh. I still got love for the Hawks. Mad love for the Hawks.”
“It would have been way different,” Goodwin reflected.
The professional baller is unsure of his future in the NBA, saying, “I don’t know where I’m playing at this year. I’m not going to lie to y’all, I don’t know. They (The Hawks) just like, ‘Don’t say anything about it, don’t tell nobody. I’m like, ‘Bruh, what?’”
The league is likely pressuring the Atlanta Hawks to keep Goodwin silent about the adverse reaction.
Outkick weighed in:
In the midst of the fallout between the NBA and Kyrie Irving, a former Atlanta Hawks point guard has now sounded the alarm on how the vaccine ultimately ended his season last year, and how his team attempted to cover up the side effects he suffered from the shot.
Three-year guard Brandon Goodwin was ruled out of the 2020-21 season halfway through due to a “respiratory condition.” Goodwin is currently a free agent, and with nothing to lose, shared the experience of getting blood clots — which he confidently believes came from the vaccine.
“I was super tired in the games. When we played Philly back-to-back [Apr. 28-30], bro, I was so tired,” Goodwin said, during a Twitch stream on Oct. 3. “I felt like I couldn’t run up and down the court. My back was hurting. Then we went home, that’s when my back really started hurting bad. Then I’m like I have to go to the doctor, that’s when I found out I had blood clots.”
Goodwin admitted that the effects “all happened in the span of a month” of getting vaccinated.