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Kyrie Irving exposes insane Covid rules.

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Brooklyn Nets NBA star Kyrie Irving is currently banned from playing at any of his home games in New York due to an employment mandate in effect across a wide range of industries including the NBA.

Whilst he couldn’t take to the court on Monday, he was able to attend as a guest and cheer on his team. There was no requirement for him to wear a mask, there was no requirement for him to social distance from the thousands of spectators, however he could not step foot on the court.  This is not science; this is discrimination now. Any faint proof that this is all about the science is well and truly gone, as the evidence shows that the virus can still be transmitted by the vaccinated.

So why does New York continue with these ridiculous mandates? Why do so many other states in the USA continue with these mandates? And why do so many countries follow suit including Australia.

Kyrie Irving has exposed the insanity behind these rules as best a superstar can, but what about everyday people.  In Australia you can shop in Coles and Woolworths, but if you were an employee that didn’t get the vaccination then you would find yourself unemployed now.  Does the virus know the difference between when you’re working or just shopping? Surely it must, otherwise the mandates are proven as a divisive bullying move by governments and employers to force the vaccine, stomping over all human rights in the process.  This is not about a virus, this is not about science, this is about the cancel culture we live in and conformity.  You must conform with what the mainstream and social media tell us we must conform with. The pack mentality in this cancel culture world is ruthless and will eat you alive, if you dare, just for one second try and maintain any sort of individuality and freedom.

Kyrie Irving, we salute you for standing up for your individual rights and for exposing the ridiculousness of these mandates and the outright blatant discrimination on show.

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