Nuggets talk to Michael Porter Jr. after player floated coronavivrus theory

Paola Ditto
Agosto 2, 2020

Porter said in a Snapchat Q&A that the virus was being used to "control" the population and that the fear of the virus is "overblown", despite 661,000 people dying across the globe.

Responding to a user who appeared to ask Porter Jr. why he doesn't "speak up on what goes on in the world", the second-year forward said that "Personally I think the coronavirus is being used obviously for a bigger agenda". Porter said he believed the virus was being used as an opportunity to control people. "The whole world is being controlled." . I mean, you have to wear masks and who knows what will happen when this vaccine comes out? You might have to have the vaccine in order to travel.

Malone has been frustrated with his roster being decimated by late arrivals to the Walt Disney World resort due to injuries and positive coronavirus tests.

Claiming the coronavirus was created for worldwide "population control", however, is a conspiracy theory without any footing whatsoever.

Porter continued on his rant, claiming that he hasn't ever received a vaccination. I've never been vaccinated in my life, I've never had any shots or anything like that.

This is nearly certainly not true.

However, according to the school's website, students born after 1956 are required to "comply with the two-dose MMR Immunization Policy".

In accordance to United states Nowadays, Porter was questioned: "Bro, communicate on this coronavirus being [overblown] to scare individuals into staying managed, [I know] you know about all that". If the 22-year-old actually didn't ever get vaccinated, he'll have some explaining to do to Missouri.

Not only did a Nuggets executive say he was going to talk with Porter Jr. about the comments, but Snapchat took action. Denver will enter the restart with a 43-22 record, the third-best in the Western Conference.

Michael Porter Jr.'s coronavirus conspiracy led him to a meeting with management.

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