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.
News Monday of a flood of Covid-positive tests makes lucid Americans question the efficacy of their policies, though media outlets have completely sidestepped the contradictions between the segregation narrative and the real-world results. According to NBC Sports:
The NFL saw 106 players placed on the COVID-19 reserve list Monday, which includes two late positive tests from Saturday and eight from Sunday. All 106 tested positive. They include 22 practice squad players and eight on injured reserve.
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 allcardinals.com.
After checking several of the corporate media outlets reporting the surge, it’s conspicuous that none of them even mentioned vaccination status. We’ve seen them jump up and down like petulant adolescents every time unvaccinated players like Aaron Rodgers or Cole Beasley test positive, but when the compliant vaxxed players test positive, it’s suddenly just “rare” and “unfortunate” breakthrough cases.
There’s nothing rare about 505 players testing positive in one month with the vast majority of them being vaccinated. Nevertheless, the “get vaxxed” drumbeats continue, facts be damned.