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NBA: Michael Porter Jr. says that coronavirus “is used to control the population … exaggerated”

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“Personally, I think coronavirus is obviously used for a larger program,” said the 22-year-old NBA player. “It is used for population control in terms of being able to control masses of people. I mean because of the virus that controls the whole world.”

He continued: “You are asked to wear masks. And who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out. You may need to have the vaccine to travel. As if he were crazy.”

The coronavirus death toll in the United States was 149,684 as of Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Porter, who played basketball in college in Missouri, went on to say that he had never been vaccinated.

However, according to the school website, students born after 1956 are required to “respect the two-dose MMR immunization policy”.

“I’ve never been vaccinated in my life. I’ve never had shots or anything like that. So it could go crazy. But it’s definitely behind everything that’s happening right now and all you could do is sit back and watch what’s there. is happening.

“Don’t get too emotionally involved. But yes, I mean, it’s serious. It’s real. But yes, it’s exaggerated.”

In 48 games this season, Porter averaged 7.4 points and 4.1 rebounds in 14 minutes per game. The Nuggets enlisted him with the 14th pick in the 2018 draft but the forward lost the entire 2018-19 season due to an injury.

The 2019-2020 season, which was postponed to March, will resume on July 31st, with 22 of the 30 NBA teams gathered in Orlando, Florida, to end the season in the Disney World complex.

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Denver begins its Saturday reboot season against Miami Heat at the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Florida.

CNN contacted Porter Jr and the Nuggets for comment.

Wayne Sterling contributed to this report.


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