Could this explain why the NFL has become full-blown experimental COVID-19 vaccine psychopaths?
The almighty dollar fueling their push to coerce every player and coach to receiving the experimental injections?
According to U.S. Federal Procurement documents, the CDC slipped $3.5 million into the back pocket of the NFL Alumni Association.
In return, NFL veterans received gigs as vaccine salesmen to push the experimental COVID-19 jabs and combat vaccine hesitancy.
While the Alumni Association doesn’t work directly with the NFL, these latest revelations show that they support the same agenda.
To vaccinate as many people as possible with the experimental injections.
Here’s the latest:
CDC Paid ‘NFL Alumni’ Assoc. $3.5 Mil To Promote Covid-19 Vaccine https://t.co/PwGczLAE9F
— TMZ (@TMZ) July 31, 2021
Our growing debt at work. If the therapy is so good, why this: CDC paid NFL Alumni Association $3.5 million to promote COVID vaccine https://t.co/5cLEK7LPQe
— Brent aka Blacklion (@BlacklionCTA) July 31, 2021
I guess, these days, old football players either do vaccine promos or push covid fear mongering health insurance commercials like Joe Namath. https://t.co/kHs83o8C4r
— LadyPatriot🇺🇸 (@Pete2Shawn) August 1, 2021
— NFL Draft Diamonds (@DraftDiamonds) August 1, 2021
The CDC paid the NFL Alumni association $3.5 million back in May to promote the COVID vaccine and address vaccine hesitancy with communities “less likely to get vaccinated”.
In other words: The CDC paid $3.5 mill to tell Black folks to get vaccinated.https://t.co/uf41xGgITo
— Unstripped Voice (@UnstrippedVoice) July 31, 2021
While NFL veterans are selling out to the CDC and Big Pharma, many current NFL players and coaches are speaking out against medical tyranny.
Arizona Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins says he might retire in response to the NFL’s new COVID-19 vaccine policy https://t.co/gVR12rEx7V
— Derek Gendvil (@dgendvil) July 30, 2021
#Bills WR Cole Beasley is talking to reporters now and he starts off by reading a prepared statement. Says he’s not pro or anti-vaccine but that he’s pro-choice. Full video below: pic.twitter.com/C0O39zjaza
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) July 28, 2021
Leonard Fournette says “No” to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Actually, his exact words were “vaccine, I can’t do it”. pic.twitter.com/BhxVi74qOF
— Sports is my thing (@Sports_Chic2) July 24, 2021
ESPN reports that Minnesota Vikings assistant coach Rick Dennison is out of his job after refusing to receive a vaccine for COVID-19 https://t.co/Z7hPbY7F5N
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) July 23, 2021
Any NFL player or coach that refuses to take part in this Big Pharma medical experiment has earned slave status this upcoming season.
And the NFL Alumni Association is taking handouts from the corrupt CDC to promote the tool of enslavement.
TMZ had the scoop:
The NFL Alumni association was paid a whopping $3,500,000 by the CDC to promote the COVID-19 vaccine, TMZ Sports has learned.
U.S. Federal Procurement docs show the CDC and the NFL Alumni assoc. signed the multi-million dollar deal at the beginning of May.
The total value of the contract is listed at $3.5 mil … with the money earmarked for “NFL Alumni (NFLA) Health COVID-19 Vaccination Community Outreach and Education Project.”
FYI, the NFL Alumni was founded in 1967 by a group of retired football players. The organization’s current president is former NY Giants lineman, Bart Oates.
The NFL Alumni’s website features pro-COVID-19 vax testimonials from former NFL stars like Franco Harris, Rod Woodson and Harry Carson, amongst others.
The site also has a “Vaccination Tracker” and a link to access vax locations.
The group is a separate entity from the NFL … though you must have played or coached in the league to be a member.
Prior to awarding the windfall of cash, the CDC issued a Notice of Intent, announcing the grant.“
The [CDC] intends to award a sole source firm fixed price purchase order to The NFL Alumni Association (NFLA). The overall purpose of this contract is to facilitate collaboration among NFL Alumni and federal state and local public health officials as well as other local leaders to address vaccine hesitancy through communication and engagement with communities less likely to get vaccinated.”
The notice continues … “The CDC Vaccine Task Force will work directly with the NFLA to promote community-level and national COVID-19 education outreach and vaccination acceptance.”
The agreement with former players is interesting, because many current players and coaches are pissed about the NFL’s new COVID vax rules
The league has threatened to take away players’ game checks and even force forfeitures if unvaccinated players cause COVID outbreaks.