In a statement posted on Twitter, Beasley wrote that rather than receiving a COVID-19 vaccine he planned to eat better, drink water, exercise, and do what he thinks is necessary to be healthy. His statement came as the National Football League (NFL) released its new COVID-19 protocols for upcoming training camps and the preseason. According to Beasley, a lot of other NFL players share his position on COVID-19 vaccines “but aren’t in the right place in their careers to be so outspoken.”
While predictably being subject to widespread criticism from the mainstream media over his statement, Beasley has received support from fans recognizing his right to make his own decisions about his body and what is injected into it. In a recent rally held near the Buffalo Bills stadium, speakers and attendees expressed support for Beasley and their displeasure with local, state, and national governments’ handling of the pandemic.
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