Denver Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. made some open comments about the coronavirus pandemic and the guidelines about wearing masks to prevent the spread of the illness on Tuesday. Porter Believes there is a bigger agenda at play and that this is being used as population control.
It’s possible Porter Jr. hasn’t been vaccinated.
According to the University of Missouri website, students can apply for a medical or religious waiver.
Website also notes a student can be exempt if they show documentation of “permanent immunity” from measles, mumps & rubella.
— Clevis Murray (@ClevisMurray) July 29, 2020
Michael Porter Jr. openly says COVID-19 is overblown and about population control…
Here come the cancellations lol pic.twitter.com/8c4eKcnJe9
— Sami Jarjour (@JarjourSami) July 29, 2020
Well, Porter is currently in the NBA bubble which to me is one of the safest places to be in American right now, he will be starting the NBA season with the Nuggets on Friday. As you guessed, he isn’t getting a great response on Twitter:
Clipper fans should never be upset about passing on him now. https://t.co/r27rbNwCGM
— Farbod Esnaashari (@Farbod_E) July 29, 2020
Another couple years of college would have done you some good, young man. https://t.co/5JZlIbtsre
— Greg Pinelo (@gregpinelo) July 29, 2020
This is not it https://t.co/vHWHVKjU16
— Ben DuBose (@BenDuBose) July 29, 2020
Me, months ago…
ARE Y'ALL SURE Y'ALL WANT ATHLETES TO SPEAK OUT https://t.co/vqO9nhs9YL
— Jason Maples (@JJMaples55_MST) July 29, 2020