Shaq used a forced COVID vaccine, knocking down the reporter who was arguing with him

One of the most famous NBA superstars of all time just hit the field against vaccination missions.

In the fifth episode of “Massive Podcast with Shaq”, Shaquille O’Neal staunchly opposes the mandatory use of the COVID-19 vaccine.

He opened his remarks by saying, “I’m probably going to get in trouble for this” and encouraged his listeners to “be at peace” and “take care of your family.”

“But there are still some people who don’t want it, and you shouldn’t be forced to take something you don’t want,” says O’Neal.

His podcast co-host — “Entertainment Tonight” host and former CNN reporter Nischelle Turner — disagrees with him.


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“I don’t think people are being forced to take – well, there are some. I mean, listen, we have a mission at CBS,” Turner said.

“It is required,” O’Neal replied firmly.

Turner repeatedly tried to explain why she didn’t believe a private company’s decision to issue a qualified mandate was “forced,” but the Hall of Famer doesn’t have any of that.

O’Neal cut her off a few times, saying over and over, “It was forced.”

“It was forced. Because if the man doesn’t take it, the man will be fired,” he said.

The discussion can be heard below starting around 43:10:

Like many Americans opposed to the mission, O’Neal vaccinated themselves.

In fact, the legend center previously criticized Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving for refusing to take a vaccine.


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“The day that I decided it wasn’t all about me and it was about us was the day I started winning and really started to dominate,” O’Neal said, according to Fox News.

“I understand the problems and all that. But I got vaccinated because I wasn’t trying to make my mother sick, my sister or my brother or the people around me.”

“I know people say, ‘The vaccine came out so quickly, and is it healthy?’ For each of his own. But sometimes you have to think about the big picture, and you have to think about more than just yourself.”

All that said, Shaq doesn’t believe the solution to such a problem is to fire people who refuse to be vaccinated.

However, O’Neal can now be considered a current “anti-vaxxer” Merriam-Webster definition of the term.

https://www.westernjournal.com/listen-shaq-unleashes-forced-covid-vaccines-smacks-reporter-arguing/ Shaq used a forced COVID vaccine, knocking down the reporter who was arguing with him


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