The sports media has found a target for its “Big Vax” attack machine, and that target is Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins.
One would think that the vax-mob that the logical target for the sports media would be unvaccinated Vikings rookie QB Kellen Mond, who actually tested positive for Covid and caused Minnesota to have to put Cousins and fellow QB Nate Stanley on the reserve/Covid 19 list in the first place.
However, Kellen Mond is black, and targeting him would highlight the fact that blacks make up a huge percentage of the unvaccinated.
Therefore, the media has set its sights on the Christian, allegedly conservative, and white Kirk Cousins.
The anger at Cousins stems largely from an answer Cousins gave about his mindset towards the virus long before vaccines became available.
Cousins gave this reply last September while speaking about Covid generally:
I want to respect what other people’s concerns are. For me personally, just talking no one else can get the virus, what is your concern if you could get it, I would say I’m gonna go about my daily life. If I get it, I’m gonna ride it out. I’m gonna let nature do its course. Survival-of-the-fittest kind of approach. And just say, if it knocks me out, it knocks me out. I’m going to be OK. You know, even if I die. If I die, I die. I kind of have peace about that.
While Cousins may respect other people’s concerns, the other people in Big Vax, specifically their attack dogs in the sports media, have little respect for his “concerns” at all.
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio criticized not only Cousins vaccine stance but whether Cousins even had the right to call his decision about whether to get vaccinated a “personal” decision. – READ MORE