It doesn’t matter your level of success. It doesn’t matter how much your services are sought after. It doesn’t matter what’s best for you, your family and your body.
If you wish to work in a liberal city, you must obey the dictates of the tyrants.
There was a reason for the delayed introduction that the Red Sox gave infielder Trevor Story after agreeing to a six-year, $140 million contract, according to a recent report. As described by ESPN reporter Jeff Passan, the holdup — a period which lasted approximately 72 hours — pertained to Story’s vaccination status.
The 29-year-old was unvaccinated against COVID-19, according to Passan. This caused a delay in finalizing the deal, and could have potentially resulted in it falling apart. “There were concerns the agreement could fall apart because Story was reluctant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine,” Passan explained.
But in the end, Story put Red Sox “fears” to rest, and he was able to officially sign.
— Boston.com, 3/25/22
Of course, it can’t have anything to do with the fact that COVID-19 vaccine-pharmaceutical Moderna is a very public sponsor of the Boston Red Sox….
So, the Red Sox’ “fears” were put to rest but what about consideration for the long-standing “fears” of Trevor Story and his family?
With all that’s come out about the fact the COVID-19 vaccine has documented inconsistent effectiveness, growing studies of dangerous side effects, growing numbers of what the pro-vaccination call “breakthrough” cases of the vaccinated still catching the coronavirus, healthy professional and amateur athletes dropping dead, as well as high-profile entertainers succumbing at relatively young ages, there are profound and understandable reasons why Story remained unvaccinated in Colorado up until it was time to sign on the line in Boston.
And they certainly couldn’t have a player show any public doubts in a city where Moderna advertises on the Green Monster and during local broadcasts where play-by-play, color announcers and players (with zero medical credentials) told their viewers to get vaccinated.
Knowing the tyrannical left as we do (Red Sox ownership oozes liberal Democrat), there’s probably a clause in that $140 million dollar contract that absolves the team of any liability from side effects (near or long term) that may affect Trevor Story. Let’s hope the Red Sox, Moderna, the City of Boston and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts didn’t pressure Mallie Story to get vaccinated just so she can have access to team and/or social events. Their newborn baby is safe for now, but we are talking Massachusetts, so it may be on borrowed time.
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