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Denver Nuggets forward Michael Porter Jr. In his verified account, Snapchat stated that behind the COVID-19 pandemic is an “agenda” and that the new coronavirus is being used to “control” people and is “overblown.”

Porter’s comments came to an end with the questions and answers he made in a social media application while killing time in the NBA bubble in Florida.

The last question that was asked to Porter was, “Bro says that this coronavirus is (overblown) to scare people out of control, (I know), you know all about it.”

“Those are the facts,” said Porter, who had previously asked questions about the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory in sections of the questions and answers.

“Personally, I think the coronavirus is obviously being used for a bigger agenda. It is used to control the population only in terms of the ability to control the masses of people. Because this virus is controlled all over the world. Wear masks and who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out. You may need to have the vaccine to travel, it would be crazy. I have never been vaccinated in my life, I have never had any bullets or anything like that.

“It might go crazy, but it’s definitely the agenda of everything that’s going on right now, and all you can do is sit back and watch what’s going on and not get too emotionally involved.

“But it’s a serious thing, it’s a real thing, but yes, this is exaggerated.”

Porter, winner no. 14 in the 2018 NBA Draft, scored an average of 7.4 points and 4.1 rebounds per game this season. He participated in 48 competitions after disappearing the whole of 2018-19 due to injury.

He recruited star high schools in Missouri in 2017-18, but due to injury he appeared in only three games – one in November and the other in March. Although Porter claims that he was never vaccinated, the University of Missouri website “requires that all newly enrolled or readmitted MU students born after December 31, 1956 adhere to the two-dose MMR immunization policy” through vaccination acceptance documentation or providing “measles resistance documentation ( rubella), mumps and rubella. “” The university website states that “students who do not comply … will not be able to register or pre-register for the second semester at MU.”


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