Nuggets striker Michael Porter Jr. said in a Snapchat question and answer interview on Tuesday night that he thought the coronavirus was being used for a “bigger agenda.”
In response to a user who seems to ask Porter Jr. why he “doesn’t talk about what’s going on in the world,” the second year ahead, he said, “Personally, I think coronavirus is clearly being used for a bigger agenda.” It is used to control the population in terms of its ability to control the masses. The whole world is controlled.
“You must have masks. And who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out. You may need a vaccine to travel.
Porter added that “he has never been vaccinated in my life.”;
“I’ve never had any bullets or anything like that,” he said. “It could go crazy. But it’s definitely worth everything that’s going on right now, and all you could do is sit back and watch what’s going on. Don’t get too emotional. But yes, it’s a serious matter. real thing. But yes, it is overblown. ‘ “
Comments by Portera Jr. they point to a similar similarity as in the Lakers Center. Dwight Howard, who recently answered Instagram Live, seems to have answered a fan’s question about vaccination.
“Do I believe in vaccinations?” Howard said. “I have not. That’s my personal opinion, but no, I don’t. “
Just before that, he said, “I didn’t know that the coronavirus was flying through the air looking for people.”
Howard walked around the campus in Orlando without wearing a mask to answer his questions on Instagram.
“Personally, I don’t see the risk of getting him in the time we’re here,” Howard said of IG Live above.
Porter Jr. was selection no. 14 in the 2018 proposal. He lost his injury all last season, but became an important reserve on Denver’s list in 2019-20.
An average of 7.5 points and 4.1 rebounds per game in 14 minutes of action.
More than 16.6 million cases of coronavirus worldwide were reported on Tuesday night, killing at least 650,000 deaths. More than 4.3 million cases have been confirmed in the United States.