08/04/2021 / By Ethan Huff
It is being reported that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funneled millions of American taxpayer dollars into the coffers of the NFL Alumni Association to push experimental Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” on sports lovers.
According to U.S. Federal Procurement documents, the CDC slipped $3.5 million into the back pocket of the NFL Alumni Association to bribe NFL veterans into publicly endorsing Trump Vaccines to people who somehow care what such people have to say about such matters.
In addition to coercing all NFL players and coaches into getting jabbed themselves, the CDC tasked the NFL Alumni Association with combatting vaccine “hesitancy” among NFL viewers, many of whom are just saying no to experimental drugs from the government.
Any NFL player or coach who dares to say no to the Fauci Flu shots is being punished. Some of them are even being fired or removed from their respective teams for making their own health choices.
The multi-million-dollar deal was struck at the beginning of May, in which the CDC earmarked the $3.5 billion for the NFL Alumni Association’s new “COVID-19 Vaccination Community Outreach and Education Project.”
The NFL Alumni Association, by the way, was founded back in 1967 by a group of retired football players, including its current leader, former New York 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,” reports indicate. “The site also has a ‘Vaccination Tracker’ and a link to access vax locations.”
As you may recall from earlier in the year, the NFL altered its entire Super Bowl commercial lineup to push Chinese Virus injections on viewers.
Tens of millions of dollars were spent during the spectacle trying to convince NFL viewers that Wuhan Flu shots are totally safe and always effective. It was all for naught, of course, as anyone who was not already convinced to take an injection prior certainly was not convinced by the likes of Pepsi and Frito-Lay.
While the NFL Alumni Association is a completely different entity than the NFL, its members have to have been either players or coaches within the league at some point in the past.
“The [CDC] intends to award a sole source firm fixed price purchase order to The NFL Alumni Association (NFLA),” the CDC announced in a Notice of Intent that was issued prior to the cash infusion.
“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 of Intent went on to explain that the CDC’s “Vaccine Task Force” will now be working directly with the NFL Alumni Association to “promote community-level and national COVID-19 education outreach and vaccination acceptance.”
Interestingly, many former NFL players and coaches are outraged about the vaccine push within the league, which threatens to revoke players’ game checks and even force forfeitures if the government decides that unvaccinated players are causing “outbreaks.”
“We know that the federal government deep state has been in collaboration with professional sports for years now,” wrote one commenter at WeLoveTrump.com.
“Between the ‘woke’ players, and the jabs mandated by the league, the oblivious NFL is working themselves into complete irrelevance, as they cancel each other out,” noted another. “Does anyone, regardless of skin color, trust the government?”
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