The Buffalo Bills player of the National Football League (NFL), Cole Beasley, announced that he will not take the vaccine against the CCP (COVID) Virus and that he will not respect the new restrictions imposed by the league for the unvaccinated.

This Friday, in a twitter post, Beasley communicated that he would rather retire, if forced to do so, than go against his beliefs.

He also said he will play for free this year so he can live life as he has always done and expressed, “If I’m forced into retirement, so be it. I’ve enjoyed the times I’ve had. I’ll get to live freely with my wife, kids and extended family forever.”

The player’s announcement came after the NFL sent out a statement during the week with protocols for the vaccinated and unvaccinated.

According to the new protocols, those who are not fully vaccinated will have to wear masks, have covid tests every day, and will not be allowed to leave the hotel or interact with anyone not on the team during their travels.

As if this were not enough, they will also not be able to use social networks, eat with teammates and participate in sponsorship activities.

The punishment for not complying with these requirements will be $50,000 the first time and penalties will be increased for repeat offenses.

In contrast, those fully vaccinated will have to take a covid test every two weeks, will be able to move freely during travel, will not be required to wear masks, will be able to visit family and friends, and will be able to engage in the usual sponsorship activities.

According to RT, the player was very critical of the players’ association for agreeing to these new rules and expressed that they do not really represent the players.

What was clear from Beasley’s Friday tweet is his strong stance on the matter, that he will do what he usually does and be in public and that if anyone is afraid of him, to stay away or vaccinate. He also knows that he may contract the virus at some point but clarified, “I may die of Covid, but I’d rather die actually living.”

At the same time, he showed what the priorities are in his life, “I don’t play for the money anymore. My family has been taken care of. Fine me if you want. My way of living and my values are more important to me than a dollar.”

And it is true what he says because in making this decision, he is putting up to $5.84 million on the line next season and $6.1 million in 2022, according to his contract and many people for much less are capable of selling their soul to the devil.

In his Friday Twitter post, he also says that many NFL players share his thinking on COVID shots but “aren’t in the right place in their careers to be so outspoken. I feel for you, and I’m hoping I’m doing my part to represent you guys well…”

These new measures taken by the NFL do nothing but infringe on people’s freedom of choice as they put many players between a rock and a hard place in the face of these experimental vaccines they want to impose on the world.

And we cannot forget that they are not even effective since many vaccinated people are still infected and even dying from COVID, not to mention the serious side effects they are producing in those inoculated and those that could be produced in the future.

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