Speaking on Snapchat evening on Tuesday night, Nuggets striker Michael Porter Jr. said he believed the coronavirus was being used for a “bigger agenda”.
In response to a consumer who turned out to ask Porter Jr. why he “doesn’t talk about what’s going on in the world,” the second-year forward said, “Personally, I think coronavirus is clearly being used for a bigger agenda. It is used to control the population, to control the mass of people, to control the whole world.
“You have to wear masks. And who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out. You may need a vaccine to travel. How crazy that would be.”
Porter went on to say that “I have never been vaccinated in my life.”;
“I never had any shots or anything like that,” he said. “It may go crazy. But it’s definitely lagging behind everything that’s going on right now. All you can do is sit back and watch what’s going on. Don’t get emotional. But yes, it’s a serious thing. It’s a real thing. But yes, he overcrowded ’.
Porter Jr.’s comments show a slight resemblance to Lakers Center spokesman Dwight Howard, who appeared on the recent Instagram Live to answer a fan question about vaccinations.
“Do I believe in vaccinations?” Howard said. “No, I’m not. That’s my personal opinion, but I’m not.”
He said before, “I didn’t know the coronavirus was flying in the air looking for people.”
Howard walked around the town of Orlando without wearing a mask, answering his Instagram questions.
“I personally don’t see the risk of us getting it while we’re here,” Howard told IG Live.
Porter Jr. was elected in 2018. Draft no. 14. He spent the entire last season due to injury, but became an important reserve in the Denver qualifier 2019-20.
During the 14 minutes of play, he collects an average of 7.5 points and 4.1 rebounds per match.
More than 16.6 million were approved worldwide on Tuesday night. Coronavirus cases that have killed at least 650,000 people. More than 4.3 million have been approved in the United States. Cases.