NBA: Michael Porter Jr. says coronavirus is being used for population control …

The 22-year-old NBA player said, “Personally I think coronoviruses are being used for big agendas.” “It is being used for population control, because it is able to control masses of people. I mean the whole world is being controlled because of the virus.”

He said: “You need to wear a mask. And who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out. You may have to get vaccinated to travel. Like that would be crazy.”

According to Johns Hopkins University, the number of coronovirus deaths in the US as of Wednesday was 149,684.

Porter, who played college basketball in Missouri, said he was never vaccinated.

However, according to the school’s website, students born after 1956 are required to “comply with the two-dose MMR vaccination policy”.

“I’ve never been vaccinated in my life. I’ve never had a shot or anything like that. So it can be crazy. But it’s definitely behind everything that’s going on right now and what you do. He can sit back and see what is there. ” Moving.

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

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

The 2019-20 season – which was postponed in March – is scheduled to return on July 31, with 22 of the 30 NBA teams in Orlando, Florida, to finish the season at the Disney World complex.

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

CNN has reached out to Porter Jr. and the Nuggets for comment.

Wayne Sterling contributed to this report.


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