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MICHAEL PORTER JR. THINKS there is a hidden agenda behind COVID-19


Covid-19 impacted almost every person in this world and the NBA, alongside their players, who were not excluded from these events. When it comes to this topic, Michael Porter Jr. raised many eyebrows today after he published a video on his Snapchat account. Porter. shared his thoughts about the current situation, saying that there is a broader agenda behind this whole pandemic.

“Personally, I think the coronavirus is being used obviously for a bigger agenda. It’s being used for population control in terms of being able to control the masses of people. The whole world is being controlled.”

Michael Porter Jr , via Snapchat

Porter is worried about the vaccine that will come out against COVID-19 and that numerous people might have to get vaccinated. He thinks people will have to do it if they want to travel abroad, which presents a problem in his mind. Porter said he never got any vaccine in his life and seems to be worried about what will happen in the near future.

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Who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out? You might have to have the vaccine in order to travel. That’d be crazy. “I’ve never been vaccinated in my life. I’ve never had any shots or anything like that.”

Michael Porter Jr , via Snapchat

So far, several players were tested positive for COVID, and fortunately, nobody had any serious issues. Even Porter's teammate Nikola Jokic tested positive, but he recovered and rejoined the team in Orlando. Porter's opinion is not something we haven't heard before, and numerous people share the same view about this topic. However, it's an unpopular opinion that many won't agree with and consider it reckless for various reasons.

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