Report: NFL WR Antonio Brown Obtained Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Card to Continue Playing Without Getting the Jab

The Tampa Bay Times has reported on accusations that Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccine card in order to continue playing while not complying with NFL protocol.

Brown’s former live-in chef Steven Ruiz, who claims Brown owes him $10,000, is saying that Brown used the fake card to skirt the NFL’s onerous vaccine mandates. Brown’s girlfriend, Cydney Moreau, allegedly sent a text to Ruiz asking to pay for the fake vaccine card.

“Can you get the COVID cards?” Moreau wrote to Ruiz on July 2, according to screenshots sent to the paper. 

“I can try,” Ruiz wrote in response. 

“JNJ shot. Ab said he would give you $500,” Moreau stated, with “Ab” reportedly referring to Brown. Brown’s attorney is denying the claims.

“Antonio Brown appreciates the severity of the pandemic, which is why he got the vaccine and supports everyone for whom it is advisable to get the vaccine,” Brown’s lawyer Sean Burstyn texted. “Coronavirus has hit close to home as it took him out of a game. He is healthy, vaccinated, and ready to win another Super Bowl.

“One of the worst parts of the pandemic has been a movement to cast doubt on our country’s vaccination programs with baseless, vindictive tabloid gossip,” Burstyn added.

Big League Politics has reported on the resistance by NFL players to the mandatory vaccine policies instituted by the felon-rich sportsball association:

“NFL quarterback Kirk Cousins is refusing to budge on his skepticism with regards to the experimental COVID-19 vaccine, even after he sat down with a so-called public health expert.

Cousins met with epidemiologist Dr. Michael Osterholm, and the Minnesota Vikings star was asked by a reporter if his opinion had changed in the aftermath of the visit. He made it clear that he had not changed his stance.

“It was a great meeting. It was informative. And it was what it was,” Cousins said.

Cousins has taken heat from the liberal media for refusing to surrender to the jab. He was even forced to miss practice recently because of alleged exposure to the virus even though he never tested positive for it.

“It was disappointing to miss practice,” Cousins said in Thursday’s press conference. “In my entire college and pro career, I have not missed four practices, so to miss four practices in one week and not have COVID was frustrating, disappointing.”

“You test positive for the virus, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, you can’t play in a game,” he added. “You can’t play in a game with COVID regardless of your vaccination status, so the key will be not being in close contact. That will be the focus and we have to be very vigilant to make sure that does not happen.”

… Cousins, a devout Christian, is showing strength under immense pressure to exercise his medical freedom. Others should follow in his footsteps.”

More people should devise ways to sidestep the COVID-19 vaccine regime that is being coercively implemented throughout every aspect of society. Brown deserves to be applauded if he really did commit this heroic act of civil disobedience.

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