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106 NFL Players Placed On Covid Leave


More proof that these ‘vaccines’ aren’t really vaccines at all.

They may be considered mild therapeutics, but perhaps even that label is too much for these shots. I recently reported that both myself and some friends have Covid.

We are staying in the same place, they are vaccinated, and I am not. Guess who has more severe symptoms? I’ll give you a hint: it’s not me.

106 NFL players were recently put on leave due to Covid. This is significant because NFL players are among the most heavily vaccinated populations I can name.

Yet 105 were placed on Covid leave bringing the grand total to 505 this month.

I am not really sure what else needs to be said or done at this point, but these vaccines don’t work, and no policy can stop a virus. Vaccinated people can still contract and spread Covid, let everyone know—especially on Twitter.

Here’s more on the story:

According to NBC Sports:

Markus Golden, Mike Evans, Josh Reynolds, Bud Dupree, Julio Jones, Matthew Judon, Ja’whaun Bentley, Chris Harris and Nasir Adderley were among the big names to go on the list.

That brings the total this month to 505, with 461 coming since Dec. 13, according to Howard Balzer of


NOQ Report had this to say:

The NFL has been among the most aggressive and draconian proponents of Covid-19 “vaccines” since the season began.

They boast having over 95% of their players “fully vaccinated” and have been heralded by corporate media as doing the “right thing” by treating their unvaxxed players as lepers who must be segregated based solely on their embrace of medical freedom.


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