I forced myself to sit down and watch the NFC and AFC National Football League Championship games on Sunday, January 24th. Why would I do such a thing? I have to confess to readers that I am a sports fan and former athlete. In another lifetime (at least it seems like another lifetime), I participated in many organized sports. The interest still lingers in my mind, and I guess the contests help me escape for a few hours the madness taking place in the world.
Getting back to the games that were played on Sunday afternoon and evening, let me just write that I was overwhelmed by the incredible amount of propaganda coming out of the television. I don’t watch many mainstream media productions, except for a football game here and there. So, when I am stupid enough to put myself through several hours of that kind of brainwashing, it is extremely shocking to my nervous system.
The NFL, like many other professional sports leagues, is a tool of the powers that be. The tool has been used over the years to broadly influence American citizens about many different subjects. War, political agendas, diseases, and other things have been promoted and pushed on the American viewing audience by mainstream media companies that broadcast the football games.
In 2020, the NFL and its partner television stations pushed the COVID-19 agenda to a beyond nauseating level. Players and coaches were wearing masks on the sidelines, and then they weren’t. There would be camera shots of two players wearing a face mask off-field, and then five minutes later, the same two men were close to one another unmasked.
For most of the 2020 season, practically every NFL stadium had been closed to fans. All the games were played in empty arenas, and fake crowd noise had been added to the telecasts so that viewers perceived people cheering on the players.
After the regular season concluded and the playoffs or post-season commenced, approximately 15,000 fans began entering stadiums in certain venues. Keep in mind that the coronavirus case numbers are currently going through the roof — they’re the highest they have been in the United States since the fake pandemic began. But even though the case numbers are being reported at concerning levels, people are now allowed to enter the stadiums. Does this make any sense whatsoever?
During the telecast of the AFC Championship Game, the NFL announced it was sending 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers to the league’s Super Bowl Championship in Tampa, Florida, on February 7th. According to the television announcers, the NFL wanted to demonstrate to Americans how important the COVID-19 vaccines are in getting society back to normal. So, the gesture of sending 7,500 vaccinated healthcare workers to the Super Bowl was a way that the gigantic corporation could accomplish that goal.
Will the NFL require those vaccinated healthcare workers to wear face masks? Will the NFL require those vaccinated healthcare workers to practice social distancing in the stadium? If the people getting into the game for free have been vaccinated and are immune to the disease — they can’t catch it — why would they need to wear a face mask or stay six feet apart from others?
Does the NFL understand that the vaccine makers have gone on the record and stated that their products do not confer immunity against sars-cov-2? Does the NFL understand that these people theoretically have no protection against the nonexistent COVID-19 virus?
Does the NFL understand that the sars-cov-2 virus has never been isolated in totality from an animal or human host or that the existing viral signature that has been published by the scientific community has been computer-modeled?
Does the NFL understand that the PCR lab tests that are being used to diagnose the fake disease are rigged to yield false-positive results 100 percent of the time?
If the vaccines do not give people any protection against the fake virus, what are the benefits of getting the shots?
Perhaps the NFL executives might want to ask Hank Aaron, Major League Baseball’s former home run king who received the COVID-19 vaccine on national television if he still believes that the medicinal concoction is safe for people to receive. Oh, I forgot, they can’t ask the former ballplayer because he mysteriously died in his sleep only two weeks after getting jabbed.
Maybe the NFL executives might want to ask the other people who have been irreparably harmed by these vaccine products or the family members of others who have lost loved ones to these poisons if they think getting the shots is a good thing.
And when the victims and surviving family members give their answers to these questions, how about not censoring them. Let the American people hear the truth about the poisons the NFL and the rest of the mainstream media are promoting.
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