(Big League Politics) – National Football League wide receiver Cole Beasley is offering to buy tickets for unvaccinated fans of his Buffalo Bills team after they announced unvaccinated adults would be banned from home games.
“sad day for me as a Buffalo fan. I was bringing my 10 year old daughter to her first game in December all the way from Albuquerque. Already bought tickets. I won’t get the shot so now I don’t know what to do. I probably need to sell the tickets and find an away game,” Bills fan Chris Hauquitz wrote to Beasley in a Twitter post.
“If you find an away game you are able to go to then I will buy the tickets for you guys. DM me names and every thing snd I’ll figure out the best way to make it happen. Wish she could witness the mafia!” Beasley said in response.
The tweet can be seen here:
If you find an away game you are able to go to then I will buy the tickets for you guys. DM me names and every thing snd I’ll figure out the best way to make it happen. Wish she could witness the mafia! https://t.co/LfBdULPcmK
— Cole Beasley (@Bease11) September 15, 2021
Big League Politics has reported on Beasley leading the charge against the NFL’s coercive vaccine policies:
“NFL star Cole Beasley issued a Twitter rant on Friday claiming that he would rather quit football than get jabbed with the COVID-19 vaccine.
“I will be outside doing what I do. I’ll be out in public. If your (sic) scared of me then steer clear or get vaccinated,” he said.
“I may die of covid, but I’d rather die actually living,” he added.
The Buffalo Bills wide receiver has drawn controversy in recent days because of his opposition to the NFL’s strict rules regarding COVID-19 and the experimental vaccines. He is refusing to back down on his stance.
“Fine me if you want,” Beasley told the NFL commissars. “My way of living and my values are more important to me than a dollar,” he said.
“I’d rather take my chances with Covid and build up my immunity that way. Eat better. Drink water. Exercise and do what I think is necessary to be a healthy individual,” Beasley continued.
“That is MY CHOICE based on MY experiences and what I think is best. I’ll play for free this year to live life how I’ve lived it from day one. If I’m forced into retirement, so be it,” he added.”
Beasley is one of the few in the NFL who has not let the money and the fame change who they are. He is an American hero for standing for freedom at a pivotal point in this country’s history.